Alexander Serenko

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Received: 23 March 2011 Revised: 10 September 2011 2nd Revision: 14 November 2011 3rd Revision: 17 December 2011 Accepted: 19 December 2011 Abstract Information Systems enjoyment has been identified as a desirable phenomenon, because it can drive various aspects of system use. In this study, we argue that it can also be a key ingredient in the formation of(More)
Wireless value-added pay-per-use services, such as short messaging services (SMS), have attracted increased attention in recent years. Nevertheless, the extant literature has provided little insight into technology adoption of wireless pay-per-use services. Our study examined this adoption by combining marketing and IS perspectives through an empirical(More)
Perceived Usefulness Gefen et al. (2003) PU1. EBay.com is useful for searching and buying products. PU2. EBay.com improves my performance in product searching and buying. PU3. EBay.com enables me to search and buy products faster. PU4. EBay.com enhances my effectiveness in product searching and buying. PU5. EBay.com makes it easier to search for and(More)
While customer satisfaction and loyalty regarding most physical goods and services have been well explored in academic literature, there exists little research on these factors with respect to mobile telecommunications services. Nevertheless, standardized satisfaction measures are suggested to be useful for various telecom-industry stakeholders. However,(More)
While organizational pervasive technologies, such as mobile computing, can contribute to increased productivity, their nature can also result in technology addiction.We applied the behavior–environment interface of social cognitive theory to explain several negative familial and organizational consequences of addiction to work-related pervasive(More)
Technology addiction is a relatively new, but important, concept that has not yet been well integrated into mainstream IS models. This study bridges this gap, and integrates technology addiction and technology adoption in the context of online auction websites. The findings of an empirical study of 132 eBay users indicate that addiction to online auction(More)
The objective of this study is to conduct a meta-review analysis of the knowledge management and intellectual capital literatures by investigating research productivity and conducting a citation analysis of individuals, institutions, and countries. The meta-analysis focuses on the three leading peer-reviewed, refereed journals in this area: Journal of(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to conduct a scientometric analysis of the body of literature contained in 11 major knowledge management and intellectual capital (KM/IC) peer-reviewed journals. Design/methodology/approach – A total of 2,175 articles published in 11 major KM/IC peer-reviewed journals were carefully reviewed and subjected to(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop a global ranking of knowledge management and intellectual capital academic journals. Design/methodology/approach – An online questionnaire was completed by 233 active knowledge management and intellectual capital researchers from 41 countries. Two different approaches: journal rank-order and journal scoring(More)