Continuous Investment Model of E-Commerce
Tibin Liu, Jiao Lu, Yingjin Lu
DOI: 10.4236/ib.2011.33034   PDF    HTML   XML   7,109 Downloads   11,274 Views   Citations


The problems of e-commerce investment have been a chronic painful agony, due to its large investment, low profits and long payback periods, etc. In this work, we deeply study e-commerce profits, analyze the investment patterns and establish investment recovery matrices. We also propose the great product matrix concept for solving continues investment, in an attempt to find an optimal solution to maximize the investment profits.

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Liu, T. , Lu, J. and Lu, Y. (2011) Continuous Investment Model of E-Commerce. iBusiness, 3, 262-265. doi: 10.4236/ib.2011.33034.

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