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September 2017 MIS Quarterly: Volume 41 Issue 3, September 2017
Publisher: Society for Information Management and The Management Information Systems Research Center
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Citation Count: 0

The literature highlights the importance of product review information to a consumer, but limited knowledge exists on the provision of such information in a shopping website. This research uses information foraging theory (IFT) to determine how to provide product reviews. Product reviews differ according to whether the content is mainly ...
Keywords: information diet, information patch, information foraging theory, product review, information sequentiality

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July 2016 Electronic Commerce Research and Applications: Volume 18 Issue C, July 2016
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 0

Introduces collaborative shopping into a social media context.Uses 'member intention' to specify the collaborative purchase behavior.Determines the important role of social climate in shaping group members' value perceptions.Figure out the influence of individual's value perceptions on consumer's collaborative purchase behavior.Use uses and gratifications theory (UGT) to explain users' purchase behavior ...
Keywords: Collaborative shopping, Social commerce, WeChat, Purchase behavior, Friendship group, Member intention, Social climate

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June 2016 Information and Management: Volume 53 Issue 4, June 2016
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 2

Online product presentations, which help consumers obtain product information, have an important role in shopping websites. Two major information types, visual and textual information, govern the modalities of consumers in acquiring product-related information from most online product presentations. Previous studies have debated on which of these two information types can ...
Keywords: Level of processing, Information type, Online product presentations, Information load

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June 2015 Information Systems Research: Volume 26 Issue 2, June 2015
Publisher: INFORMS
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Citation Count: 1

Organizational agility is a significant business capability. Though there have been numerous studies about the effects of information technology IT capabilities on organizational agility, there has been limited attention on the enabling effects of IT ambidexterity, namely, the dual capacity to explore and exploit IT resources and practices. We propose ...
Keywords: IT ambidexterity, operational ambidexterity, agility, moderated-mediation analysis, environmental dynamism

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November 2014 Information and Management: Volume 51 Issue 7, November 2014
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 0

We examine the review order effect on customer evaluations.Ordered reviews are more helpful than random ones.Ordered reviews are easier to comprehend than random ones.Product type moderates the effect of ordered reviews on review helpfulness. This article examines whether (if so, how) ordered (versus random) product review display would be more ...
Keywords: Information processing, Schema theory, Information display order, Product review, Product type

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February 2013 Decision Support Systems: Volume 54 Issue 3, February, 2013
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 6

Researchers and practitioners regard information technology (IT) as a competitive tool. However, current knowledge on IT capability mechanisms that affect firm performance remains unclear. Based on the dynamic capabilities perspective and the view of a hierarchy of capabilities, this article proposes a model to examine how IT capabilities (i.e., flexible ...
Keywords: Absorptive capacity, IT infrastructure, Supply chain agility, Dynamic capabilities, IT assimilation

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December 2012 Decision Support Systems: Volume 54 Issue 1, December, 2012
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 0

Motivated by the contradictory findings in literature regarding whether high-reputation sellers enjoy a price premium over low-reputation sellers, this paper examines the pricing strategies of sellers with different reputation levels. We find that a negative price premium effect (i.e., a high-reputation seller charges a lower price than a low-reputation seller) ...
Keywords: Seller reputation, Buyer informativeness, Competition, Pricing strategy, Negative price premium effect

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November 2012 Decision Support Systems: Volume 53 Issue 4, November, 2012
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 1

Product learning aid, which helps consumers to gain product knowledge for subsequent procurement, has fast become an indispensable Information Technology (IT) feature in online shopping website. Contemporary product learning aids differ in the types of the information cues they afford. For instance, some product learning aids, which are of interest ...
Keywords: Recall breadth, Cognitive information processing paradigm, Product learning aid, Recall depth, Recall capacity

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November 2011 Electronic Commerce Research and Applications: Volume 10 Issue 6, November, 2011
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 5

Mobile brokerage services represent an emerging application of mobile commerce in the brokerage industry. Compared with telephone-based trading services and online brokerage services, they have advantages such as ubiquity, convenience, and privacy. However, the number of investors using mobile brokerage services to conduct brokerage transactions is far smaller than those ...
Keywords: Mobile brokerage services, Online brokerage services, Trust, Trust transfer

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August 2011 Information and Management: Volume 48 Issue 6, August, 2011
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 25

Information systems professionals must pay attention to online customer retention. Drawing on the relationship marketing literature, we formulated and tested a model to explain B2C user repurchase intention from the perspective of relationship quality. The model was empirically tested through a survey conducted in Northern Ireland. Results showed that online ...
Keywords: Online relationship quality, Satisfaction, Trust, Repurchase intention, Business-to-customer e-commerce, Distrust

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March 2011 Information Systems Research: Volume 22 Issue 1, March 2011
Publisher: INFORMS
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Citation Count: 10

The digital divide has loomed as a public policy issue for over a decade. Yet, a theoretical account for the effects of the digital divide is currently lacking. This study examines three levels of the digital divide. The digital access divide (the first-level digital divide) is the inequality of access ...
Keywords: computer self-efficacy, social cognitive theory, adoption and impact of IT, learning outcomes, computer ownership, school IT environment, digital divide

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March 2011 Information Systems Research: Volume 22 Issue 1, March 2011
Publisher: INFORMS
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Citation Count: 6

Despite much hype about electronic payments systems (EPSs), a 2004 survey establishes that close to 80% of between-business payments are still made using paper-based formats. We present a finite mixture logit model to predict likelihood of EPS adoption in business-to-business (B2B) settings. Our model simultaneously classifies firms into homogeneous segments ...
Keywords: finite mixture model, hierarchical logit regression, logistic regression, electronic payments systems, market segmentation, clustering analysis

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November 2010 Electronic Commerce Research and Applications: Volume 9 Issue 6, November, 2010
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 0

Online auction design options (the public reserve price, secret reserve option and buy-out option) are critical in determining auction outcomes (the number of bids, the probability of sale and auction price). However, previous studies about the impacts of online auction design options on auction outcomes have generated inconsistent or even ...
Keywords: Buy-out option, Online auction, Secret reserve option, Public reserve price, Value uncertainty

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October 2010 International Journal of Information Management: The Journal for Information Professionals: Volume 30 Issue 5, October, 2010
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 16

Virtual communities play an important role in business, society, and education. At present, one of the great challenges faced by virtual communities is the availability of knowledge, which is mainly created through knowledge-sharing behavior. Although prior studies have extensively studied knowledge-sharing behavior in virtual communities from various perspectives, they largely ...
Keywords: Psychological safety, Self-consciousness, Trust, Knowledge sharing, Virtual community

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August 2010 International Journal of Mobile Communications: Volume 8 Issue 5, August 2010
Publisher: Inderscience Publishers
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Citation Count: 11

This study examines factors that influence users' adoption of mobile services. Using data collected from mobile phone users in China, we compare adopters' and non-adopters' perceptions on mobile services using a general model. Structural equations modelling testing results show that perceived usefulness and perceived service cost affect mobile service adopters' ...
Keywords: TAM, cell phones, mobile phones, mobile services, service non-adopters, structural equation modelling, trust, m-services, mobile communications, perceptions, technology acceptance model, service adopters

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August 2010 International Journal of Information Management: The Journal for Information Professionals: Volume 30 Issue 4, August, 2010
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 40

With the rapid development of mobile technology and large usage rates of mobile phones, mobile instant message (MIM) services have been widely adopted in China. Although previous studies on the adoption of mobile services are quite extensive, few focus on customer satisfaction and loyalty to MIM in China. In this ...
Keywords: Customer loyalty, Customer satisfaction, Switching cost, Perceived customer value, Perceived service quality, Mobile instant message, Trust

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May 2010 International Journal of Mobile Communications: Volume 8 Issue 3, May 2010
Publisher: Inderscience Publishers
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Citation Count: 1

This research analyses factors affecting mobile community user participation from a social capital perspective. The six factors of social capital are categorised into three dimensions: the structural dimension, the cognitive dimension, and the relational dimension. User participation intention includes two variables: the intention to view and the intention to post. ...
Keywords: identification, mobile communities, structural equation modelling, trust, user participation, intention to post, intention to view, mobile communications, social capital

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June 2009 ICMB '09: Proceedings of the 2009 Eighth International Conference on Mobile Business
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Citation Count: 0

With the rapid development of mobile technology and users’ wide adoption of mobile phones, mobile services have been a huge success in China. Even though the literature on the adoption of mobile services is quite extensive, few studies focus on customer satisfaction and loyalty in China. This study investigated the ...
Keywords: mobile service, customer satisfaction, loyalty, customer value, service quality, trust

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April 2009 Information and Management: Volume 46 Issue 3, April, 2009
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Citation Count: 18

The KMS has been widely implemented in organizations. However, its availability does not guarantee that employees have been willing to spend time and effort using it. We explored the use of KMS with emphasis on social relationship. Specifically, social capital theory was employed to establish the social relationship construct and ...
Keywords: Knowledge management systems (KMS), Knowledge management (KM), Usage, Social relationship

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March 2009 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology: Volume 60 Issue 3, March 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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Citation Count: 5

Knowledge Management Systems (KMS) have become increasingly popular as a knowledge-sharing tool in contemporary corporations. Enticing employees to seek knowledge from KMS remains an important concern for researchers and practitioners. Trust has been widely recognized in many studies as an important enabling factor for seeking knowledge; however, the role of ...
Keywords: knowledge bases, trust, utility, diffusion of innovation, knowledge management



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