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Vol. 1

International Journal of Technology Management

2005 Vol. 31 No. 1/2

Special Issue on Emerging Global Technologies

Guest Editor: Assistant Professor Kanwalroop Kathy Dhanda


PagesTitle and authors
2-19Comparison of e-commerce in India and Mexico: an example of technology diffusion in developing nations
Nanda K. Viswanathan, James B. Pick

20-38The acceptance of ''self-service'' technology in the Egyptian telecom industry
Sandy A. Salib, Khaled Wahba

39-46Disparity of the infusion of e-business within SMEs: a global perspective
Christine Bernadas, Jacques Verville

47-63Broadband: a municipal information platform: Swedish experience
Helena Lindskog, Magnus Johansson

64-77A case study on the initial enquiry stage in a framework for improved planning of rural telecommunications infrastructure in developing countries
T. Andrew, D. Petkov

78-97Collaborative order management: toward standard solutions for interorganisational order management
Rainer Alt, Dimitrios Gizanis, Christine Legner

98-115Evolutionary knowledge management: a case of system development within the manufacturing industry
Amit Mitra, Mildred Brown, Ray Hackney

116-128Enterprise support system architecture: integrating DSS, EIS, and simulation technologies
Mohsen Modarres, Mehdi Beheshtian- Ardekani

129-139A fractal perspective on competencies necessary for managing information systems
Gurpreet Dhillon, Frances Fabian

140-151The role of information technology and systems in reverse logistics: a case study
Kanwalroop Kathy Dhanda, Ronald Paul Hill

152-175Knowledge production of firms: research networks and the ''scientification'' of business R&D
David F.J. Campbell, Wolfgang H. Guttel

176-195Electronic monitoring in criminal justice system: an alternative supervision with IT perspective
Atsuko Miyakawa, Binshan Lin, Jason C.H. Chen