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Roger Clarke's Issues in Electronic Payment

Issues Arising From
Electronic Payment Mechanisms

Roger Clarke

Version of 26 December 1995

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The Introduction to the topic suggests that considerable research is needed into electronic payment mechanisms and their impacts and implications.

What sorts of issues arise? This document's purpose is to identify the dimensions, and some of the specific matters needing attention.

The issues are organised under the following headings:

To provide feedback, please email to the convenor, Roger Clarke, using the subject heading EPM (to ensure that my email filter places it in the right in-tray).

User Needs and Product Features

Corporate Processes and Structures

Corporate Strategy

Industry Sector Processes and Structures



Social Processes and Structures

Political Governance

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