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Diffusion and Impacts of the Internet and e-Commerce


  • Bjørn-Andersen, Niels

    (Department of Informatics, Copenhagen Business School)

  • Viborg Andersen, Kim

    (Department of Informatics, Copenhagen Business School)


The Danish companies are ahead of the US in B2C e-commerce. With the exception of Germany, Denmark is leading the group of 10 countries included in the survey data forming the basis for this report. The average global sample and countries as Germany is performing substantial better than Denmark on B2B on-line sales. Danish companies have high level of investments in IT, have the lowest barriers for ecommerce and the highest levels of e-commerce drivers. On most indicators for readiness e-commerce such as companies use of e-mail, intranet, EDI, extranet, and provision of mobile services...

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  • Bjørn-Andersen, Niels & Viborg Andersen, Kim, 2009. "Diffusion and Impacts of the Internet and e-Commerce," Working Papers 2003-11, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Informatics.
  • Handle: RePEc:hhs:cbsinf:2003_011

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