Researchers from multiple disciplines, including economics, marketing, information systems, operations research, and computer science, have contributed to the academic literature on how the Internet has affected retail markets. In this chapter, we build bridges across these various disciplines to provide a common understanding of how the Internet has affected retail markets and to identify important areas for future research.
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