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Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "EDI, Theoretical Framework and Lessons from Experience", Egyptian Exports and Challenges in the 21st Century, Cairo, Center for Economics and Financial Research Studies, Cairo University, 2000.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Trade Facilitation: Best Practice and Lessons from Experience", 2nd Mediterranean Development Forum, Marrakech, Morocco, 1998.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "Implementing a National EDI Service: Issues in Developing Countries & Lessons from the U.K.", Annual International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) WG 9.4 1995 Conference on Information and Technology and Socio-Economic Development Challenges and Opportunities, Cairo Egypt, 1995.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "Strategic Use of EDI in the Public Sector: The HMSO Case Study", Journal of Strategic Information Systems, vol. 7, issue 1, pp. 37-51, 1998.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "Extending the Role of EDI: The HMSO Case Study", 4th European Conference of Information Systems, July 1996, Portugal, 1996.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "Drivers and Barriers to Adopting EDI: A Sector Analysis of UK Industry", European Journal of Information Systems, vol. 5, issue 1, pp. 24-33, 1996.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "EDI, Trade Facilitation and Customs Reform”", Trade Policy Developments in the MENA, Washington, The World Bank, 2000.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "Developing a National EDI Strategy", Business Information Technology Management: Closing the International Divide: Har-Anand Publications PVT LTd, 1997.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "Benefits and Barriers to Adopting EDI in the UK - A Sector Survey", Second Conference on Information Systems, 30-31 May, 1994, Nijenrode University, The Netherlands Business School, Netherlands, Nijenrode University, The Netherlands Business School, Netherlands, Nijenrode University, The Netherlands Business School, Netherlands, 1994.
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