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In view of the deficiencies in current literature, this study seeks to examine if mobile social commerce continuance usage influences brand loyalty among customers, and assessed the inhibitor role of privacy concern in mobile social commerce usage intention. Privacy concern was measured by using concern for social media information privacy (CFSMIP).(More)
Mobile tourism, an emerging mobile commerce application in tourism industry is currently underexplored, especially from the mobile tourism users’ perspectives. In relation to that, this study filled up the gaps by adapting DeLone and McLean model of information systems success and integrated attitude as the moderator. The results from partial least square(More)
What catalyses mobile apps usage intention: An empirical analysis Jun-Jie Hew Voon-Hsien Lee Keng-Boon Ooi June Wei Article information: To cite this document: Jun-Jie Hew Voon-Hsien Lee Keng-Boon Ooi June Wei , (2015),"What catalyses mobile apps usage intention: An empirical analysis", Industrial Management & Data Systems, Vol. 115 Iss 7 pp. Permanent link(More)
This study intends to evaluate the current development and trends of researches on mobile commerce and its applications through bibliometric analysis. Several publication characteristics were examined, on top of lists for most cited articles on this area and most studied mobile commerce applications. Through the data gathered from Web of Science database,(More)
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