Go to Page # Page of 36
loading

Assessing the Gains from E-Commerce

 Paul Dolfen, Liran Einav, Peter J. Klenow, Benjamin Klopack, Jonathan D. Levin, Larry Levin, Wayne B
  17th-Apr-2019
Description: E-Commerce represents rapidly growing share of consumer spending in U.S. Using transactions-level data on credit & debit cards from Visa, Inc. between 2007 and 2017.
Views: 1348
Domain: Business
Category: Sales & Marketing
Contributing Organization: Pete Klenow
 ‐ More of their Presentations
Contents:
Assessing the Gains from E-Commerce∗
Paul Dolfen

Liran Einav

Peter J. Klenow

Stanford

Stanford and NBER

Stanford and NBER

Benjamin Klopack

Jonathan D. Levin

Larry Levin

Stanford

Stanford and NBER

Visa, Inc.

Wayne Best
Visa, Inc.
February 2019

Abstract
E-Commerce represents a rapidly growing share of consumer spending
in the U.S. We use transactions-level data on credit and debi ... See more

Recent Presentations

...
27 May, 2019

Working to Maintain Growth in Japan

This paper contains information regarding working to maintain growth in Japan and accelerate growth overseas included with 2019-2021 medium-term business plan & reference materials

...
25 May, 2019

Industry 4.0: Digitization in Supply Chain

This paper present how digitization makes the supply chain efficient, agile & customer-focused. Evolution of traditional supply chains toward a connected & efficient supply chain e

...
24 May, 2019