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. 17, No. 2, 2016

A Novel Approach to Rate and Summarize Online Reviews According to User-Specified Aspects
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1. IntroductionThe widespread use of network and information technology has led to a wide number of conventional commercial activities being performed online. Many e-commerce systems allow customers to express...
Consumer Heterogeneity, Perceived Value, and Repurchase Decision-Making in Online Shopping: The Role of Gender, Age, and Shopping Motives
1. IntroductionForrester Research Inc. forecasts that online retailing sales will grow from $263 billion in 2013 to $414 billion in 2018, representing a 9.5 percent compound annual growth rate [Internet Retailer 2014]. By that time, electronic commerce...
Technology Acceptance in Social Media: Review, Synthesis and Directions for Future Empirical Research
1. IntroductionIn light of social media's significance for individuals and society, in recent years there has been increasingly widespread discussion of the topic in academia [Khang et al. 2012]. Numerous social media-related research interests exist...
The Effects of Reward Type on Evaluations of an Online Lucky Draw
1. IntroductionThe number of online sales is increasing dramatically, and every minute, countless online-advertising messages compete for online shoppers' attention. For this reason, online retailers face tough challenges in attracting target customers,...
The Impact of Presentation Mode and Product Type on Online Impulse Buying Decisions
1. IntroductionPrior research on online purchase behavior has focused primarily on rational and planned purchasing [Ghosh 1998; Keeney 1999; To et al. 2007]. However, just like in-store shopping, consumer purchase behavior on the Internet can at times...
Tracing Topic Discussions with the Event-Driven Sir Model for Online Forums
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1. IntroductionThe Internet has supplied new forms of interactivity such as blogs, online forums, and chat rooms [Robbin & Buente 2008]. This interactivity allows users to disseminate information by posting...
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