Network effects in technology acceptance: Laboratory experimental evidence

@article{Pontiggia2010NetworkEI,
  title={Network effects in technology acceptance: Laboratory experimental evidence},
  author={Andrea Pontiggia and Francesco Virili},
  journal={Int J. Information Management},
  year={2010},
  volume={30},
  pages={68-77}
}
This research analyzes network effects in technology acceptance. The hypothesis is that the size of the user network affects technology acceptance. Even today, empirical measurement of network effects is challenging and there is a lack of experimental evidence. In order to investigate and measure the relationechnology acceptance etwork effects etwork externalities aboratory experiment ship between network size (number of adopters) and user acceptance, technology acceptance research needs to… CONTINUE READING

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