for a survey of the literature on disintermediation and reintermediation
in electronic commerce.
7 4 6 7 -- -- Web-Enabler 6 89 5 47 8 76 Disintermediation 4 44 4 22 6 45 Securities Brokerage # of Rank * Cos.
According to Grimes, the reason for departing from monetarist orthodoxy was that reintermediation
following financial deregulation cased large changes in the monetary aggregates.
The PBC expected that the reintermediation
of funds would ease the shortage of working capital and increase the excess reserves held by the specialized banks.
Smith, "Recent Innovations in Interest Rate Risk Management and the Reintermediation
of Commercial Banking," Financial Management (Winter 1988), pp.
The higher targets mainly reflected uncertainties concerning the effects of financial innovation and the expected reintermediation
of financial flows following the lifting of the ceilings for bank credit expansion and the impact of the planned liberalisation of foreign exchange restrictions (Diagram 5).
ChipSolutions achieved exceptional reintermediation
Disintermediation, the practice of bypassing traditional distribution channels or cutting out the middle man, has taken such a hold that it's caused its opposite, reintermediation
, to rise.
Rafaeli urged researchers to move away from commonly researched subjects such as disintermediation, reintermediation
(now on the rise), the digital divide (an overdone topic, in his opinion), technological determinism, content as king, the Internet stock bubble, individual effects (such as addiction, alienation, or loneliness), online journalism, push vs.
replacing the existing supply chain with novel forms of reintermediation
Rather, they will drive a process of reintermediation
, driven by evolving customer needs.
means applying the power of the Web to create new and more effective supply chain relationships.