Examining trust as key drivers in smart disclosure for sustainable consumption: the case of I-choose

@inproceedings{Sayogo2014ExaminingTA,
  title={Examining trust as key drivers in smart disclosure for sustainable consumption: the case of I-choose},
  author={Djoko Sigit Sayogo and Jing Zhang and Haixin Liu and Sergio Picazo-Vela and Luis F. Luna-Reyes},
  booktitle={DG.O},
  year={2014}
}
Smart disclosure constitutes a form of open data policy that has the objective of promoting more sustainable economies and innovation by providing consumers with information to help them make better purchasing decisions. Trust in the information regarding product and certification is crucial for the adoption and usage of smart disclosure tools that make use of such information. In this paper, we investigate the determinants of trust in sustainable product information through a survey… CONTINUE READING

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