International Chamber of Commerce – Electronic Commerce in Practice

International Chamber of Commerce – Electronic Commerce in Practice

  • Published in asssociation with the International Chamber of Commerce to following the ICC conference The World Business Agenda for Electronic Commerce held in Paris, France, November 1997.
  • 160 pages, hardback, A4 sized
  • August 1997
  • English
Contents
Introduction
Old skills for braving the new world
By Maria Livanos Cattaui, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce
The World Business Agenda for Electronic Commerce: Conference report
By Lionel Walsh
Section One: How New Technologies Change Business Practice
Trade in telecommunications services: The WTO agreement and the role of the ITU
By Pekka Tarjanne, ITU
Technology empowers small businesses
By Jocelyne Attal, IBM
Microsoft’s Internet commerce strategy
By Hugo Lunardelli, Microsoft
Electronic commerce, information highways and job creation in Europe
By Mary K. Weed, Hewlett-Packard
Taking wireless telecommunications into the 21st century
By Nokia
From telecoms liberalization to the information society: A Hungarian perspective
By Dr Ferenc Tompa, Westel 900 GSM
Coping with the internet revolution
By Jaroslaw Deminet, Chancellery of the Polish Senate
Section Two: Electronic Banking and Payments Systems
Are we moving towards a cashless society?
By Christof Blum, Deutsche Bank AG
Revenue opportunities for banks on the Internet
By Richard Crone, CyberCash, Inc.
Making money on the Internet: From a playful information source to a viable economic agent
By Stephen M. Herz, Visa International
An overhaul of the payment system in Argentina
By Claudio Migliore, Banco Rio de la Plata
The ICC in action: The Electronic Commerce Project
By Åke Nilson, Marinade Ltd
Section Three: Electronic Commerce and the Electronic Marketplace
Creating a profit in the digital age
By Jenny Edmondson, Oracle Corporation UK Ltd
Online auctions: What works, what doesn’t
By Jeff Lymburner, Internet Liquidators USA
Beyond 2000: From electronic commerce to the virtual economy
By Gary G. Benesko, IBM
Electronic commerce in the Asia-Pacific region: A glimpse of global trends
By Andersen Consulting
Virtual Vienyards
By Harry Max, SWI/Hewlett-Packard
Servicing electronic commerce professionals
By Roger Till, Electronic Commerce Association
Streamlining businesses, reaping benefits
By David Gobey, Sterling Commerce
Section Four: Security and Privacy in Electronic Transactions
Electronic commerce and its debt to the Internet
By Alex C. Drobik, SITA Group
Trust and electronic commerce
By Nanette Di Tosto, CertCo
Electronic transactions on the Web: Security concerns in the middle tier
By David Arnovitz, Hewlett-Packard
Contracting over the Internet
By Richard Allen Horning, Tomlinson Zisko Morosoli & Maser LLP
Electronic commerce and the year 2000: Dealing with the third dimension
By Harris Miller, Information Technology Association of America
Section Five: The Political and Regulatory Framework for Electronic Commerce
Creating a favourable environment for electronic commerce
By Mario Monti, European Commission
Trade over the Internet: A case of fiscal confusion
By KPMG
Solving disputes involving electronic commerce
By Richard Hill, Hill & Associates
Enabling electronic commerce
By the OECD Secretariat
Don’t tax bits, subsidize them
By Sam Pickens
Copyright and the Internet: A digitization dilemma
By Stefan Bernhard and Richard Åkerman, Lagerhof and Leman
Acknowledgements
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