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Customers' Psychological Ownership towards Personalized Spaces on e-Commerce Sites

Junghoon Moon, G. Lawrence Sanders
2004 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Some leading e-Commerce sites (B2C) provide customers with over-personalized spaces which do not seem to be necessary. Why do the site providers provide such unnecessary capabilities for customers?  ...  This study proposes the concept of "psychological ownership" for examining the impact of e-Commerce sites' personalized spaces on customer perception and behavior.  ...  It will provide customers with "key experiences" so that customers can develop feelings of ownership towards the spaces installed on a real e-Commerce site for this study.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/MoonS04a fatcat:ardcbk57lfahniipxsa7e4s3fa

E-Commerce Experiences in the Real Estate Industry: a preliminary study in regional Queensland

Jeanette Van Akkeren
2003 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
In recent years, the Internet has become readily available to businesses; consequently there has been growing pressure on SMEs to take up e-commerce.  ...  However, e-commerce is perceived by many as being unproven in terms of business benefit.  ...  The cases are discussed in line with the areas of research, that is: e-commerce experiences and e-commerce success contributors.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v10i2.152 fatcat:g6342fpzrjefdgid6zi3g64wcm

Purchase intention in an electronic commerce environment

Mahmud Akhter Shareef, Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Vinod Kumar, Gareth Davies, Nripendra Rana, Abdullah Baabdullah
2018 Information Technology and People  
This study, for the purpose of conducting the experiment, launched three e-commerce websites temporarily under the student association of the social club of the university (one boutique, one music, and  ...  For this experiment, three e-commerce websites to be operated locally were opened (one boutique store, one book store, and one music/video store).  ...  The experiment was conducted in three artificial e-commerce websites. It might have some impact on higher R 2 value. Future researchers can conduct the same experiment in fully established ecommerce.  ... 
doi:10.1108/itp-05-2018-0241 fatcat:kbjebs2g55b5rneylah2k2vhsu

Systems Issues in E-Commerce

Akhilesh Chandra
2011 Review of Business Information Systems (RBIS)  
This paper profiles critical systems issues in deriving value from e-commerce initiatives.  ...  The planning and execution of e-commerce activity should focus on glitch free front-end portals that are followed up with tight back-end data integrity across various nodes of the value chain.  ...  On-line security (and legal) issues could have a pronounced impact on the design and implementation of control systems.  ... 
doi:10.19030/rbis.v6i1.4576 fatcat:cgztjzldefhmlgqkzw5q3g6tie

Barriers to Putting Businesses on the Internet in Malaysia

Norhayati Abd. Mukti
2000 Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries  
Although some differences were found among certain types of companies, such concerns were generally felt by small and large companies and those with varying e-commerce experience.  ...  Over fifty businesses in the Klang Valley, Malaysia that currently use e-commerce responded to a survey asking them to identify potential barriers to e-commerce expansion.  ...  This was reported by just under 30% of respondents who more likely to be companies with less than one year's experience of conducting e-commerce (χ²(2) = 9.77; p = 0.008).  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1681-4835.2000.tb00013.x fatcat:ywzuebfjuzhvdpbfloqpmb4j3q

Consumer Acceptance of Electronic Commerce: Integrating Trust and Risk with the Technology Acceptance Model

2003 International Journal of Electronic Commerce  
The primary constructs for capturing consumer acceptance of e-commerce are intention to transact and on-line transaction behavior.  ...  This paper aims to predict consumer acceptance of e-commerce by proposing a set of key drivers for engaging consumers in on-line transactions.  ...  This study controls for the effect of experience with specific Web retailers and with on-line retailers in general. • Web-shopping frequency.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10864415.2003.11044275 fatcat:z5riumsk2rg5pht7rcnsfjltee

IS Innovation: Adoption of B2B e-Commerce [chapter]

Helle Zinner Henriksen, Kim Viborg Andersen, Torben Pedersen
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
" along with "organizational issues" are the primary, positive drivers for adopting B2B ecommerce.  ...  Our results challenge the overall thinking of diffusion with respect to the need for 'muddling through' and technical capabilities.  ...  Our results challenge the view on adoption in the sense that respondents clearly indicated that experimenting with the new e-technologies and general recommendations to business partners were factors that  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35617-4_37 fatcat:rtlpqgc27beuhcuwfutna43oly

Trust And Security In Electronic Payments: What We Have And Need To Know?

Theodosios Tsiakis, George Stephanides, George Pekos
2007 Zenodo  
The paper addresses the challenge of the first trade problem in e-commerce, provides a brief literature review on electronic payment and attempts to explain the underlying concept and method of trust in  ...  Financial organizations are requested to offer a secure e-payment synthesis with equivalent levels of trust and security served in conventional paper-based payment transactions.  ...  Acceptance of e-commerce depends on the confidence of discernible security. Only one security issue is solitary to electronic commerce, which is the electronic payment.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1082315 fatcat:kf6pyslktverlc55zqd4hmqsbq

Dimensions of Internet Commerce Trust

K. Damon Aiken, Robert Mackoy, Ben Shaw-Ching Liu, Richard Fetter, Gregory Osland
2007 Journal of Internet Commerce  
E-mail address: Website:  ...  {Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-HA WORTH.  ...  In the case of ICT, one might evaluate the resources and capabilities of on-line firms, or some other indicators of a supportive framework for conducting business.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15332860802086136 fatcat:tgxc3kxfx5ebxbfdpqdji3445u

A comparison of mortality rates in three prospective studies from Copenhagen with mortality rates in the central part of the city, and the entire country. Copenhagen Center for Prospective Population Studies

L B Andersen, J Vestbo, K Juel, A M Bjerg, N Keiding, G Jensen, H O Hein, T I Sørensen
1998 European Journal of Epidemiology  
The Copenhagen Center for Prospective Population Studies have assessed mortality on the basis of pooled data from three research programmes in the region of Copenhagen.  ...  As mortality rates in the total samples including non-participants were markedly higher than among the participants, generalizations of results for participants to the whole population should be made with  ...  This study controls for the effect of experience with specific Web retailers and with on-line retailers in general. • Web-shopping frequency.  ... 
pmid:9794125 fatcat:do7ueu4b3vcnxi6o2532fmijp4

The Security and Privacy Issues as One of the Barriers Impeding the E-Business Development in Albania

Linda Cepani
2012 Analele Ştiinţifice ale Universităţii "Al.I. Cuza" din Iaşi: Ştiinţe Economice  
The Albanian consumers are interested in being involved in e-commerce but sceptical and with a basic level of knowledge regarding privacy and security issues.  ...  In Albania, as in other Western Balkan countries, e-commerce is regarded as an opportunity for the development of the international trade.  ...  From the interviews conducted with accounting/auditing specialists and with representatives of IEKA, it results that they are not involved in any e-commerce assurance service for Albanian companies yet  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10316-012-0024-7 fatcat:ctciyywlqnd2he7rsdzszhsnqa

Abstracts

2011 Applied Computing and Informatics  
It reports the results of a survey conducted to investigate the acceptance of e-learning in a Saudi x Abstracts  ...  Despite a recent educational revolution in Saudi Arabian educational systems, the issue of access to higher education still remains one of the more enduring challenges.  ...  We hope this study would contribute to a better understanding of individual on-line behavior in the emerging e-commerce and e-government environments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2210-8327(11)00015-9 fatcat:nbkp4akbo5ejvoe5xtkitogcnq

Study on Directed Trust Graph Based Recommendation for E-commerce System

Haidong Zhong, Shaozhong Zhang, Yanling Wang, Yonggang Shu
2014 International Journal of Computers Communications & Control  
In many of these recommendation technologies Collaborative Filtering (CF) has proven to be one of the most successful recommendation method, which has been widely used in many e-commerce systems.  ...  Automated recommender systems have played a more and more important role in marketing and ever increasingly booming e-commerce systems.  ...  The rapid expansion of e-commerce conducts the research of trust in social science to new challenges.  ... 
doi:10.15837/ijccc.2014.4.228 fatcat:3ixbyhfgvbfsrnxrqr4yvxrmha

Effects of Information Overload on Brazilian E-Consumers

Lucian
2009 American Journal of Economics and Business Administration  
Due to the methodology adopted, two samples were obtained, the first of control with 114 respondents and the second of experiment with 178 cases reported.  ...  Problem statement: E-commerce is a reality; Companies must consider this media as an important trade channel without distances between products and consumers.  ...  There is a relationship between information overload experience and e-commerce consumer satisfaction and confusion response, when buying products on-line.  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajebasp.2009.21.26 fatcat:svdgpz5n5neppnt5uhnshjwokm

A Comparative Study on Antecedents to the Customer Satisfaction with Cross-Border E-commerce in Korea and China

Bai Ting, Inwoo Nam
2016 Asia Marketing Journal  
The paper focuses on identifying causal relationships between e-commerce website traits (i.e., website trustworthiness, interactivity and convenience) and consumer satisfaction and along with loyalty.  ...  As one of the most popular forms of electronic commerce, cross-border e-commerce provides numerous consumer benefits, such as broad and deep product assortments at low prices.  ...  As we previous mentioned convenience is one of the most important advantages for on- A Comparative Study on Antecedents to the Customer Satisfaction with Cross-Border E-commerce in Korea and China 75 line  ... 
doi:10.53728/2765-6500.1425 fatcat:i3najuqv3bhfblhrfqcuvuvx3a
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