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M-commerce – Facts and Forecasts. A Comparative Analysis within a Triad Framework: India, Romania, and the United States

Alexandra Zbuchea (), Elena-Madalina Vä‚tä‚mä‚nescu () and Florina Pãžnzaru ()
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Elena-Madalina Vä‚tä‚mä‚nescu: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Florina Pãžnzaru: National University of Political Studies and Public Administration

Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy Journal, 2016, vol. 4, issue 3, 387-408

Abstract: The present article aims to advance a comparative analysis among three countries - India, Romania and the United States - placing mobile devices, internet infrastructure and m-commerce at the core of the investigation. The scope of the study simultaneously covers the landscape and dynamics of m-commerce and of related objective indicators, bringing to the fore figures, facts and forecasts corroborated from the latest reports, statistics and articles. In this respect, it adds up to the extant literature by systematizing report outputs in a unitary comparative framework and by generating inputs for further research endeavours on the subjected factors associated with m-commerce evolution.

Keywords: impact of digitization; m-commerce; mobile devices; wireless networks (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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