Links

On this page you will find links of interest to multidisciplinary researchers in e-business. This page is a dynamic list in which links can be added to this collection by contacting Steve Elliot at s.elliot@econ.usyd.edu.au

IFIP Related Sites

Academic Related Sites

Collecter portal
http://www.collecter.org/CollECTeR.html
CollECTeR (Collaborative Electronic Commerce Technology and Research) a joint venture by 22 universities around the world, through a federation of research centres – one located at each institution. Links to all institutions with key academics and research areas listed.

Deakin University School of Information Systems
http://www.deakin.edu.au/mis/research/working_paper.htm
Download .pdf working papers covering ecommerce and web related business subjects.

CIRCIT @ RMIT (Australia)
Centre for International Research on Communication & Information Technologies

http://www.circit.rmit.edu.au/publics/index.html
Although now closed, this research centre has now made freely available all of its research. Publications are arranged under individual authors’ names, or check the index for research areas.

Stanford Business School Center for Electronic Business & Commerce
http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/cebc/
Links to research documents and cases from Stanford, plus other ebusiness sites.

The MIT Sloan School of Management Center of ebusiness@MIT
http://ebusiness.mit.edu/
Download.pdf copies of the latest Working Papers and reports from 52 research projects.

Harvard Business School – E-Commerce & the Marketspace
http://hbswk.hbs.edu/topics/ecommerce/
Summaries of articles, books, reports and links.

Cranfield University – Internet site explorer
http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/cils/library/subjects/elecomm.htm
An index with links to worldwide ecommerce sites, arranged by subject.

Government Related Sites

Australia: The National Office for the Information Economy http://www.noie.gov.au/index.htm
This site lists the Information Economy projects and activities, and policy statements of the Australian Government. The index has links to all the latest government commissioned research documents and reports, including eBusiness in Education, Online Authentication and Australia’s Information Economy: The Big Picture.

World Markets Research Centre – Global eGovernment Survey
http://www.worldmarketsanalysis.com/e_gov_report.html
Download a .pdf 2001 survey of world governments’ services online, derived from 2288 web sites over 196 countries from UK based consultancy organisation. Country rankings and profiles.

Government of the United States
http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d02404.pdf
100 page .pdf report to the US Senate from the General Accounting Office International Electronic Commerce: Definitions and Policy Implications, March 2002.

Government of Canada
http://www.e-com.ic.gc.ca/english/index.html
This site is the focal point for information on Canada’s Electronic Commerce Strategy. Links and reports

Online journals/portals Related Sites

CyberAtlas
http://cyberatlas.internet.com/
Collects useful Internet stats from authoritative organisations in one location (Stats Toolbox), summarises the findings from recently released market research on eCommerce worldwide, good links and more.

CIO Magazine – the E-Business Research Center
http://www.cio.com/research/ec/
Popular newsy magazine with up to date articles, events, cases and book reviews focusing on doing business online.

Ebusiness Forum
http://www.ebusinessforum.com/
A thoroughly well organised site from the Economist Intelligence Unit, with news, articles and features on ebusiness.

InfoWorld.com
http://staging.infoworld.com/
News articles & reports over a range of IT and Ecommerce related subjects.

FT.com
http://news.ft.com/business/specials
Up to the minute global news, reports, industry studies and links from the prestigious UK newspaper. Check the index for country, markets and industry links.

Organisation Related Sites

OECD Electronic Commerce Home Page
http://www.oecd.org/EN/home/0,,EN-home-29-nodirectorate-no-no--29,00.html
International conferences, workshops, reports, statistics, publications and links.

World Trade Organization Electronic Commerce gateway
http://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/ecom_e/ecom_e.htm
For international stats, policy documents, economic research and publications.

Electronic Commerce Branch –
United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD)

http://www.unctad.org/ecommerce/
UNCTAD Electronic Commerce Branch carries out policy-oriented
analytical work on the implications for developing countries of the adoption
of e-commerce and Internet technologies. Download reports.