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Autor     Ronald M. Lee
Titel    Towards open electronic contracting
Zeitschrift    Electronic Markets
Jahr    1998
Seiten    3-8
URL    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/220505447_Towards_Open_Electronic_Contracting

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Electronic contracting may be viewed from the perspective of its openness to new contracting relationships: (i) open electronic contracting, and (ii) closed electronic contracting (Lee 1998b).

Classic EDI uses closed electronic contracting to advance contracting among parties that already have a trading relationship established. The focus of such applications is to make customer-vendor trading more efficient. The more challenging case for electronic contracting is open electronic contracting, which allows the formation of contracts among parties with no prior trading relationships. [Lee (1998b) points out that the type of electronic contracting (closed to open) is actually a continuum, allowing for intermediate cases.] A central issue for open electronic contracting is in representing and negotiating ways of doing business among parties. The difficulty with classic EDI is that it does not allow flexible adaptation and customization to meet the needs of a particular situation.


Lee, R. M. 1998b, “Towards Open Electronic Contracting”, Electronic Markets, vol. 8, No. 3, p. 3 - 8.

Electronic contracting may be viewed from the perspective of its ‚openness‘ to new contracting relationships. Closed electronic contracting is the use EDI (etc) to expedite contracting among parties that already have a trading relationship established. The focus of such applications is to make customer-vendor trading more efficient. The more challenging case is open electronic contracting, which allows the formation of contracts among parties with no prior trading relationships, so called ‚arm‘s length transactions.

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A central issue for open electronic contracting is in representing and negotiating the ways of doing business among the parties.

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However, a difficulty of this approach is that these scenarios are fixed in their structure, and do not allow flexible adaptation and customization to meet the needs of a particular situation.

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