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11th Research Symposium on Emerging Electronic Markets

The annual Research Symposium on Emerging Electronic Markets (RSEEM) is a forum to present and discuss current and ongoing research. RSEEM 2004 was limited to 25 participants in order to stimulate lively discussion.

RSEEM 2004

Relationships in Electronic Markets

September 11-13, 2004 in Dublin, Ireland


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Programme committee:

  • Stefan Klein, University College Dublin, IE (Chair)
  • Ulrike Lechner, University of Bremen, D
  • Ron Lee, Florida International University, USA
  • Robert M. O’Keefe, University of Surrey, UK
  • Beat F. Schmid, University of St. Gallen, CH
  • Mareike Schoop, RWTH Aachen, D
  • Petra Schubert, University of Applied Sciences Basel, CH
  • Yao-Hua Tan, Free University Amsterdam, NL (Co-Chair)
  • Rita Walczuch, University of Maastricht, NL


  • Submission of full or work-in-progress papers was required by: August 20, 2004
  • Research symposium was held over: September 11-13, 2004


The conference venue will be Bewleys Hotel in Ballsbridge Dublin 4.

The Monday sessions will take place at UCD, Quinn School of Business, Belfield, Dublin 4 (about 4 km from Bewley’s Hotel)


Registration fee is €350 including accommodation for 2 nights and all meals.


Bewley’s Hotel is on the Aircoach Ballsbridge route ( from the airport.

Buses leave every 15 min in front of Arrivals and stop in front of Bewley’s Hotel in Ballsbridge. The fare is € 7 single, € 12 return. It takes at least 40 min from the airport, in heavy traffic longer.

RSEEM 2004 Conference Programme




Dinner O’Connell’s Restaurant


Bewley’s Hotel Ballsbridge, Dublin 4


Paper Session 1

Chair: Yao-Hua Tan

Andrew Lancastre, Luis Filipe Lages: The Buyer-Supplier Relationship: Cooperation Determinants in an e-Marketplace, in Early Stages of the Relationship Process

Raluca Bunducchi; Martina Gerst: Electronic Markets and their Impact on Buyer-Seller Relationships




Paper Session 2:

Chair: Rita Walczuch

Desirée Knoppen: Supply Chain Relationships

Vera Kartseva, Yao-Hua Tan: Towards a Modelling Tool for Designing Control Mechanisms for Network Organisations



13.30 – 15.00h

Paper Session 3:

Chair: Ulrike Lechner

Marcel Gogolin, Bernd Schneider: Towards a flexible technical infrastructure of Electronic Marketplaces

Sabine Zumpe, Werner Esswein: Goal dependent Success Strategies for Marketplace Operators in different Roles



15.30 – 17.00h

Paper Session 4:

Chair: Petra Schubert

Andreas Voß: Taming the Empowered Customer: Channel Choice or Channelled Behaviour?

Claas Mueller-Lankenau, Kai Wehmeyer: Web Channel Quality in Click & Mortar Contexts - A Challenge to Customer Relationships in Electronic Markets








UCD Quinn School of Business, Belfield Dublin 4


Paper Session 5:

Chair: Katarina Stanoevska

Dirk G. Neumann, Carsten Holtmann: Embodiment Design in Market Engineering

Ilka Weber, Clemens Czernohous, Christof Weinhardt: Simulation of Ending Rules in Online Auctions: Analysis of the Buy Price Option




Paper Session 6:

Chair: Hans van der Heijden

Daniel Risch, Petra Schubert: The effect of virtual relationships on e-shops;  a case-study-based approach

Achim Dannecker; Ulrike Lechner: Virtual Communities with a Mission in the Health Care Sector



13.30 – 16.00h

Paper Session (RIP) and Conclusion

Chair: Michael Koch

Thomas Acton; Willie Golden; Hans van der Heijden: The Impact of a Decision Aid on Performance and Acceptance of Small Screen Information Systems

Katarina Stanoevska: The Transition from e- to m-commerce - How can existing electronic markets be leveraged with mobile technologies?

Petra Schubert: IT Integration in Electronic Markets (presentation only)

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