ABSTRACT. The purpose of this study is to examine the ICT capacity for sustainable economic undertaking, the environmental effects of e-commerce, and the competitive superiority provided by a marketing scheme that assimilates sustainability. The overall results provide strong evidence for the influence of ICT capital proportion on the production-oriented initiative of sustainable effectiveness, sustainability inferences of e-business resolutions, and e-commerce impacts on social sustainability. pp. 80–85
JEL codes: L81; Q56

Keywords: sustainable effectiveness; e-commerce; environmental effects; ICT

How to cite: Popescu, Gheorghe H. (2015), "E-Commerce Effects on Social Sustainability," Economics, Management, and Financial Markets 10(1): 80–85.

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