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COMMERCE ITS THEORY AND PRACTICE

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        PublishersFranklin Classics
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        LC ClassificationsOct 15, 2018
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        Paginationxvi, 136 p. :
        Number of Pages53
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        ISBN 10034316583X
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Electronic Commerce: Factors Involved in its Adoption from a Bibliometric Analysis

Therefore, we proceeded to separate the percentage of journals per quartile, obtaining the following results: 1 9. According to the RAT theory beliefs influence attitudes, which lead intentions, generating conduct [8]. Jafari, S, Khatibzadeh and L. Other studies examine the effectiveness and impact of government policies to support the use of e-commerce and propose some recommendations [106]. The article that COMMERCE ITS THEORY AND PRACTICE this amount of citations is the aforementioned Methodology for Workload Characterization of E-commerce Sites showing that the most outstanding authors of the thematic have contributed the findings with greatest value in the field [125] see figure 10.

Currie, Perceptions of strategic value and adoption of e-commerce: A theoretical framework and empirical test, Value Creat. Source: Compiled from bibliometric analysis Figure 8 Number of citations by author Based on quality indicators, it was possible to find the ten authors with most citations on the subject see. 1 Electronic Commerce E-Commerce Electronic commerce has been defined as a useful tool to reduce the economic gap between countries [149] and as a channel to deliver products and services through the Internet.

Subsequently, a search equation was defined per the object of bibliometric analysis; i. Choi, A cross-cultural investigation of consumer e-shopping adoption: A comparison of Korean and American college students, Ph. Bibliometric analysis has thus been proven a methodology that permits a quantitative identification of tendencies and behavior on a specific area of study through a variety of indicators, depending on the factors of interest identified for a particular research study [198].

Such evaluation has been based on the use of quantitative models in agreement with the Diffusion of Innovation Theory, in which inquiry about the validity of the factors of those models and their pertinence in the successful adoption of e-commerce has COMMERCE ITS THEORY AND PRACTICE conducted. Through this model, it was possible to identify determinant factors for the adoption of e-commerce involving perceived usefulness, perceived compatibility, perceived risks, perceived ease, and perceived complexity, which are defined in.

Those tensions led to the implosion of a 1994 attempt to set national history standards. Wigand, Electronic commerce: Definition, theory, and context, The information Society, vol.that some parents blame for the Parkland school shootings.

This journal serves managers, professionals, database administrators, and senior executives of organizations, which design, implement and manage Information Systems Applications.