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Evaluating eReverse auctions (EeRA): a case research note

Hackney, Ray A. and Loesch, Andrea and Irani, Zahir and Ghoneim, Ahmad and Özkan, Sevgi (2007) Evaluating eReverse auctions (EeRA): a case research note. process and policy, 1 (1). pp. 59-66. ISSN 1750-6166

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Abstract

Purpose – To evaluate issues relating to the implementation of electronic reverse auctions (eRA) within local government procurement processes. Design/methodology/approach – The methodology is a structured case analysis approach to enable qualitative data to be modelled through a visual toolset simulation. Findings – The paper identifies a set of business scenarios to demonstrate the impact of different eRA strategies in this respect. Practical implications – The case research described in this paper proposes a detailed, achievable and valid approach to evaluating the complex issues associated with eRAs. Originality/value – The outcome of the investigation will provide valuable insights into the complexities associated with the eProcurement process.

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