Global Advantage on the Internet: From Corporate Connectivity to International Competitiveness
* Critical success factors for global commerce on the World Wide Web
* Evaluation of national information infrastructure developments and the growth of electronic commerce around the world
* Locating international business resources on the Web
* Impact of U.S. government policy on corporate Internet leadership
Table of Contents
Covering Cyberspace: This Sun Never Sets.
Serving Information on a Worldwide Platter.
Opening the Marketplace to Electronic Commerce.
Continental Divide: Canada and Mexico.
Community Ties: Online in Europe.
Japan: Making the Competitive Connection.
Building Global Business: Integrated Web Strategies.
Net Value: International Information Resources.
Country Positioning on the Web.
Assessing Information Infrastructure.
National Policy and Global Advantage.
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