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34th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
January 3-6, 2001, Outrigger Wailea Resort, Island of Maui
Abstract - Minitrack "Communities in the Digital Economy: Concepts, Models and Platforms"
Community building and community development, i.e., community management are a key success factor in the digital economy. They differentiate business models in the digital economy from traditional ones.
These communities may be constituted as Internet shops, portal sites, groupware systems, electronic auctions, billboards, enterprises or organizations. Productcentered communities as well as communities of interest are relevant for electronic marketing, as for example the reader communities at Amazon.com, The Well, or Dreamworks. Another example are communities that form value chains, such as single product manufacturing consortia or flexible consumer-driven organization of global supply chains. Further examples are topic and technology oriented communities such as Open-EDI trading communities, Open Trading on the Internet (OTP), or EDI/XML, in addition to the community-oriented programming of Linux. Communities of practice or learning communities are pivotal for knowledge management.
HICSS 2001 Papers - Minitrack "Communities in the Digital Economy: Concepts, Models and Platforms"
- Communities in the Digital Economy: Concepts, Models and Platforms (Ulrike Lechner, University St. Gallen, Katarina Stanoevska-Slabeva, University St. Gallen, Yao-Hua Tan, Free University Amsterdam)
- A Typology of Online Communities and Community Supporting Platforms (Katarina Stanoevska-Slabeva, University of St. Gallen, Beat F. Schmid, University of St. Gallen)
- The Role of Trust and Deception in Virtual Societies (Cristiano Castelfranchi, University of Siena, Yao-Hua Tan, Erasmus University Rotterdam)
- UNIVERSAL - Design Spaces of Learning Media (Susanne Guth, Gustaf Neumann, Bernd Simon, Helsinki Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration)
- A Conceptual Framework for Demographic Groups Resistant to Online Community Interaction (Dorine Andrews, D.C.D, University of Baltimore, Jennifer Preece, Ph.D., University of Maryland, Murray Turoff, Ph.D., New Jersey Institute of Technology)
- Working for Free? - Motivations of Participating in Open Source Projects (Alexander Hars, University of Southern California, Shaosong Ou, University of Southern California)
- Communities - Business Models and System Architectures: The Blueprint of MP3.com, Napster and Gnutella Revisited (Ulrike Lechner, Beat F. Schmid, University of St.Gallen)
- Computers Play the Beer Game - Can Artificial Agents Manage Supply Chains? (Steven O. Kimbrough, University of Pennsylvania, D.J. Wu, Fang Zhong, Drexel University)
- Knowledge Management in Action: Integrating Knowledge across Communities (Jacky Swan, University of Warwick)