Jungjoo Jahng

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Although there has been a pickup in the growth of business-to-consumer electronic commerce (EC) recently, the overall growth appears to have failed to live up to the various forecasts. Notwithstanding the concerns of security and privacy, this paper posits that for complex products and services offered on the web, existing EC interfaces (ECIs) lack the(More)
The advent of the Internet/World Wide Web (WWW) and its related technologies has created a new format of business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) commerce; for instance, virtual shopping on the Internet within the B2C domain. Such a concept of shopping requires a new paradigm of commerce environments. Forecasts suggest that a major portion(More)
Despite intense coverage of the rapid growth of XML technologies, little is known about the forces shaping their adoption by organizations. This paper provides insight into these processes via unstructured interviews with four global organizations. Despite the small number of study participants, some interesting cross-industry patterns worthy of further(More)
In an attempt to provide a causal model for Information Technology (IT) acceptance, this research integrates task-technology fit and social influence perspectives. This research model includes simultaneously IT acceptance variables, antecedents of IT acceptance, and its impact on individual performance. The implicit assumption between IT acceptance and its(More)
The Information Systems (IS) field has begun to focus on automatic behavior, which is not based on reason-based theory. In this study, we investigate habitual information technology (IT) use as an automatic behavior. We focus on the mood(s) that factor(s) into habitual behavior. People automatically regulate their mood positively when they recognize tense(More)