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Mobile Government (m-Government) is the use of mobile technologies within the government administration to deliver public services to citizens and firms. It is quickly emerging as the new frontier of service delivery, and transforming government by making public services more accessible to citizens. Governments in developing countries are increasingly(More)
Systems for identifying and managing digital objects are becoming essential for digital content providers as the growth of the digital content market accelerates. Not much research has been done to examine the successful adoption of digital object identifier systems. This study examines the success factors for the adoption of digital object identifier(More)
Web services represent an alternative basis for the rapid development of application systems. Much of the research on composition and orchestration of web services centers around functional sufficiency and performance. Non-functional characteristics like reliability and security play an important role in the selection of web services by system architects.(More)
Internet banking is a prominent example of Internet-based applications. Previous research has found that satisfaction, trust, commitment, and loyalty are important factors for Internet banking success. Resistance to adopt Internet banking is often attributed to the role of trust, security, and privacy in e-commerce systems. This study proposes a framework(More)
We empirically analyze the competitive benefits of sharing economy services to understand why people participate in the sharing economy. We employ the social exchange theory to examine the participation intention in sharing over owning. We emphasize on the importance of service platform as a trusted third party and its influence on reducing the perceived(More)
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are classes delivered in an online environment with several features that are different from previous approaches to online education. The effectiveness of MOOCs is an open question as completion rates are substantially less than traditional online education courses. The objective of this study is to identify factors that(More)