Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research

Articles from Vol. 7, No. 1, April

Addressing Common Vulnerabilities of Reputation Systems for Electronic Commerce
AbstractReputation systems provide a form of social control and reveal behaviour patterns in the uncertain and risk-laden environment of the open Internet. However, proposed reputation systems typically focus on the effectiveness and accuracy of reputation...
Building a Research Model for Mobile Wallet Consumer Adoption: The Case of Mobile Suica in Japan
AbstractThe growth of mobile commerce, or the purchase of services or goods using mobile technology, heavily depends on the availability, reliability, and acceptance of mobile wallet systems. Although several researchers have attempted to create models...
Comparison Shopping Agents and Online Price Dispersion: A Search Cost Based Explanation
AbstractSearch costs and consumer heterogeneity are two important explanations for the price dispersion in the brick and mortar (B&M) markets. Comparison shopping agents (CSAs) provide a single click decision support for consumers' purchasing related...
Editorial: In Memoriam of Associate Professor Dr Elaine Lawrence
Despite being a graduate of the rigorous Bachelor of Information Technology at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) in 1996, I was unfortunate in that I missed being taught by Associate Professor Elaine Lawrence who began working at UTS in 1990...
Exploring Tourist Adoption of Tourism Mobile Payment: An Empirical Analysis
AbstractWith recent developments in mobile technologies, tourism mobile payment(m-payment) is beginning to offer interesting and beneficial new services. This research aimed to identify the factors determining tourists' acceptance of tourism m-payment....
Internet Shopping Behavior of Turkish Customers: Comparison of Two Competing Models
AbstractIn this Internet age, information technologies are increasingly penetrating our daily lives. Internet Shopping has become a daily activity for most of us. However, there are very limited studies to investigate cognitive factors influencing individuals'...
The Impact of Testimonials on Purchase Intentions in a Mock E-Commerce Web Site
AbstractPurchasing through virtual market is different from the process that takes place in the traditional market. In this market, things are less tangible and more threatening. Therefore, trust becomes crucial and it is established in a different way....