A Stakeholder Perspective on Successful Electronic Payment Systems Diffusion

  title={A Stakeholder Perspective on Successful Electronic Payment Systems Diffusion},
  author={Sangjo Oh},
  journal={Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'06)},
Many proposals for electronic payment systems (EPS) have been made but the great majority have failed to achieve widespread adoption. The reasons why some proposals succeed and others fail remains unclear. The successful operation of these systems depends on the cooperation of a number of stakeholders including consumers, merchants, financial institutions and infrastructure providers. In this paper we analyse the conditions for success in terms of the benefits and costs of the system to these… CONTINUE READING
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