Journal of Electronic Commerce Research

Publication focuses on topics related to electronic commerce, including their theoretical foundations, infrastructure, and core enabling technologies.

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 3, 2012

A Social Network Approach to the Influences of Shopping Experiences on E-Wom
ABSTRACTConsumers who had memorable shopping experiences (i.e., special promotions or exceptional services) tend to resort to word-of-mouth to tell significant others in their social network about those experiences. The study aims to investigate the...
Chinese Consumer Perceived Risk and Risk Relievers in E-Shopping for Clothing
ABSTRACTOnline perceived risk is an important issue in e-commerce. As China has a large Internet shopper population and online consumer spending continues to increase, better understanding Chinese online shoppers' perceived risk and risk reduction strategies...
Effects of Dissatisfaction on Customer Repurchase Decisions in E-Commerce-An Emotion-Based Perspective
ABSTRACTDissatisfaction is one of the factors that drive customers' decisions to reduce repurchase intention. Repurchase is crucial to the success of online stores. The present study attempts to examine what coping behavior will be triggered by negative...
Factors Influencing Online Auction Sellers' Intention to Pay: An Empirical Study Integrating Network Externalities with Perceived Value
ABSTRACTDespite the popularity of online auctions as a new e-commerce operating model, few studies have explored why sellers intend to pay for the services of particular auction sites, especially while other free auction services exist. Developed on...
Online Service Switching Behavior: The Case of Blog Service Providers
ABSTRACTIn recent years, there have been a growing number of online social platforms which allow users to publish and share their personal stories, opinions, knowledge, expertise, and product reviews. Online service switching has become a major challenge...
Social Comparison, Social Presence, and Enjoyment in the Acceptance of Social Shopping Websites
ABSTRACTWith businesses seeking to seize the momentum of social media and social networking, technology-enabled social commerce has emerged to combine the power of online social networking with shopping. This study examines an emerging area in E-commerce,...
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