Policies of Electronic Commerce: Challenges and Development


Dr. Mahesh Baburao Patil, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Commerce, Sheth N. K. T. T. College of Commerce, Thane (w) 400 601 affiliated to University of Mumbai. He has completed M.Com with first Class from Pune University in 1989, MBA from YCMOU Nashik in May, 2011 and Ph. D. in June, 2012 in Commerce & Management from North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, Maharashtra. He has 25 years of Teaching experience at UG & PG Level. He has participated in many workshops, Presented research papers in Conferences & Seminars at State, National & International Level organised by Board of Studies, University of Mumbai and other colleges.

Dr. Mahesh B. Patil is President of Sahyog Pratishthan Thane (w) which is running Sahyog College of Management Studies, Thane (w) 400 601 which is affiliated to University of Mumbai, YCMOU Nashik, MSBVE Mumbai and running Hotel Management, Management an IT Courses



E-Commerce or Electronics Commerce is a philosophy of current business, which addresses the prerequisites of business organizations. It can be comprehensively characterized as the way toward buying or selling of goods or services utilizing an electronic medium, for example, the Internet.

In this edition of Electronic Commerce, gives finish scope of the key business what’s more, technology components of electronic commerce. The book does not expect that readers have any past electronic commerce learning or experience. Subsequent to looking for a textbook that offered adjusted scope of both the business and technology components of electronic commerce, I reasoned that no such book existed.

Electronic Commerce: First Edition introduces readers to both the theory and practical with regards to directing business over the Internet and World Wide Web. The most unmistakable change in this edition is the extended utilization of color in the design of the book. The publisher and I trust that this makes the representations in the book more helpful and the sky is the limit from there intriguing. This edition incorporates the standard updates to keep the substance current with the quickly happening changes in electronic commerce.

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