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Impacts and Policy Challenges
- Jonathan Coppel1
- Author Affiliations
- 1: OECD, France
- 23 June 2000
- Bibliographic information
E-commerce -- an application of the Internet -- has expanded exponentially over the past 5 years and is widely expected to continue to develop rapidly in the medium-term. Much, however, remains to be done to fully exploit the opportunities offered by e-commerce. And as e-commerce develops, it could have profound impacts in individual sectors of the economy as well as for macroeconomic performance and economic policies. This paper assesses the potential outcomes and economic impacts of e-commerce in the business to business and business to consumer spheres; the forces underlying its expansion and the possible implications for structural and macroeconomic policy management ...
- internet, competition policy and economic impacts of e-commerce, e-commerce
- JEL Classification:
- L10: Industrial Organization / Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance / General
- M21: Business Administration and Business Economics ; Marketing ; Accounting ; Personnel Economics / Business Economics / Business Economics