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We are pleased to present the second issue for this year. Three of the four articles deal with trust and other key factors influencing the adoption and acceptance of electronic commerce. The fourth provides and interesting experiment examining potential factors that influence an individual's...
Business-to-consumer electronic commerce (e-commerce), one form of which is Web-based shopping, is defined as electronic-based economic transactions conducted between individual consumers and organizations. While this form of e-commerce is forecast to grow rapidly for the foreseeable future, it...
A possible reason for the delayed acceptance of the Internet as a retail distribution channel may be the lack of trust consumers have in the electronic channel and in the Web merchants. Few prior studies on the adoption of business-to-consumer e-commerce have considered trust in information...
The reluctance to transmit bad news is a problem that is endemic to many organizations. When large projects go awry, it often takes weeks, months, and sometimes even years, before senior management becomes fully aware of what has happened. Accurate communication concerning a project and its...
Greetings!I am pleased to report that the ACM-SIGMIS CPR (Computer Personnel Research) 2004 Conference held at the Tucson Marriott University Park in Tucson, Arizona, April 22-24, 2004, was a great success! This year's conference was co-sponsored by the Arizona Center for Information Science and...
Virtual stores provide great efficiency in the retail value chain, and their existence has tremendously paved the way for the diffusion of electronic commerce. Understanding the determinants of consumer acceptance of virtual stores will provide important theoretical contributions to the area of...
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