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Factors influencing adoption of mobile banking by Jordanian bank customers: Extending UTAUT2 with trust
e-Government Adoption Model (GAM): Differing service maturity levels
Modeling Consumers’ Adoption Intentions of Remote Mobile Payments in the United Kingdom: Extending UTAUT with Innovativeness, Risk, and Trust
Mobile payments (MPs) are predicted to be one of the future's most successful mobile services but have achieved limited acceptance in developed countries to date. PCs are still the preferred…
Re-examining the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT): Towards a Revised Theoretical Model
- Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Nripendra P. Rana, A. Jeyaraj, Marc Clement, Michael D. Williams
- BusinessInf. Syst. Frontiers
- 8 June 2017
An alternative theoretical model for explaining the acceptance and use of information system (IS) and information technology (IT) innovations was formalized and the empirical model was empirically examined using a combination of meta-analysis and structural equation modelling techniques.
Social media in marketing: A review and analysis of the existing literature
The unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT): a literature review
- Michael D. Williams, Nripendra P. Rana, Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi
- EconomicsJ. Enterp. Inf. Manag.
- 19 March 2015
A systematic review of articles that have used the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) and indicated that general purpose systems and specialized business systems were examined in the majority of the articles using the UTAUT.
Contemporary trends and issues in IT adoption and diffusion research
- Michael D. Williams, Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Banita Lal, A. Schwarz
- BusinessJ. Inf. Technol.
- 1 March 2009
Findings suggest that the positivist paradigm, empirical and quantitative research, the survey method and Technology Acceptance Model theory were predominantly used in the body of work examined, revealing clear opportunities for researchers to make original contributions by making greater use of the theoretical and methodological variety available to them and reducing the risk of research in the area moving toward overall homogeneity.
The beginnings of a new era: time to reflect on 17 years of the ISJ
Reflections on the first 17 years of the Information Systems Journal find that throughout the period, the published papers evidenced a greater internationalization of the journal and around 250 topics discussed using many research methods to explain the phenomena.
Consumer adoption of mobile banking in Jordan: Examining the role of usefulness, ease of use, perceived risk and self-efficacy
- A. Alalwan, Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Nripendra P. Rana, Michael D. Williams
- BusinessJ. Enterp. Inf. Manag.
- 4 February 2016
A conceptual model that best explains the key factors influencing Jordanian customers ' intention to adopt mobile banking showed that behavioural intention is significantly influenced by perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and perceived risk.