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Effects of supply chain characteristics on e-procurement institutionalization in the construction sector: evidence from developing countries

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posted on 2023-05-21, 11:20 authored by Tran, Q, Steve DrewSteve Drew, Stewart, RA

This study seeks to investigate the effects of supply chain characteristics on e-procurement institutionalization in construction companies. Data was collected through the in-depth structured interviews with 47 managers from a sample of 31 construction firms in Vietnam. The technique of cluster analysis with the Ward algorithm, the silhouette coefficient, and the t-test were used to analyze the data. The findings showed that the supply chain characteristics in terms of the size, ownership type, and operating market of strategic partners were significantly associated with the level of e-procurement institutionalization in construction companies. Along with the findings, this study's results will be helpful to policy-makers in formulating supportive policies and actions to effectively improve the low status of e-procurement adoption as well as accelerate the diffusion of the technology in the industry.

History

Publication title

International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems

Volume

17

Pagination

85-96

ISSN

1548-1115

Department/School

DVC - Education

Publisher

I G I Global

Place of publication

United States

Repository Status

  • Restricted

Socio-economic Objectives

Information systems