The E-Business Research Network: summary of the results of the Dutch pilot survey
AbstractA project has been started with the intention to develop an E-Business Research Network on E-business related research in business and management. The initiative has been taken in co-operation between Erasmus University and UMIST to develop a project in which the first stage concerns the development of a database of researchers and their activities in e-business related research in business and management. The next stage will be to investigate the needs in companies in relation to e-business. It is hoped that an Internet-based database will stimulate interaction and communication between the supply and demand sides of e-business related research. This assumption is based on our previous research in Quality Management conducted in the early to mid 1990's.This paper describes the project and also summarises the results of the first pilot questionnaire based on responses from researchers at universities in The Netherlands.
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E-business; business and management; pilot survey; research network;
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