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Electronic bill presentment and payment--is it just a click away?

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  • Alexandria Andreef
  • Lisa C. Binmoeller
  • Eve M. Boboch
  • Oscar Cerda
  • Sujit Chakravorti
  • Thomas Ciesielski
  • Edward J. Green

Abstract

This article addresses the following questions about electronic presentment and payment (EBPP) in the business-to-consumer marketplace: Why aren't electronically presented bills always paid electronically? And, if EBPP does aid in the migration to fully electronic end-to-end payment, what are the barriers to its adoption.

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  • Alexandria Andreef & Lisa C. Binmoeller & Eve M. Boboch & Oscar Cerda & Sujit Chakravorti & Thomas Ciesielski & Edward J. Green, 2001. "Electronic bill presentment and payment--is it just a click away?," Economic Perspectives, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, issue Q IV, pages 2-16.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedhep:y:2001:i:qiv:p:2-16:n:v.25no.4
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