Stanislav Mamonov

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Social commerce is a growing trend in practice and an important area of research, yet there have been few studies exploring social commerce in the context of social networking sites. This study begins to address this gap in research by identifying salient user beliefs influencing the intention to use a gift-giving service on a social networking site. The(More)
Drawing on psychological contract theory, we experimentally examine four factors affecting perceptions of privacy breach among smartphone application users. We investigate the effects of the type of information which is perceived to be misappropriated by the application, the presence of legal agreement giving application developers rights to use the(More)
The sustainability of social networking sites is critically dependent on information sharing by site users. However practice suggests that privacy is a major concern which affects users’ willingness to share personal information on social networking sites. To understand how privacy expectancies affect sustainability we draw on the psychological contract(More)
The passage of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act) ushered in a new wave of equity crowdfunding in the United States. Title II of the JOBS Act aims to make it easier for new ventures to raise funds from accredited investors. The number of Title II crowdfunded projects is growing rapidly. Based on data for U.S. online 506(c) offerings across(More)