English, Article edition: TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS AND m-COMMERCE APPLICATIONS VANESSA RATTEN; HAMISH RATTEN

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  • TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS AND m-COMMERCE APPLICATIONS
Author
  • VANESSA RATTEN
  • HAMISH RATTEN
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  • article
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  • Many technological innovations have occurred within the past decade that have revolutionized the banking industry. The most important has been the Internet and the emergence of mobile-commerce (m-commerce). The aim of this paper is to investigate how Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) banking is being implemented with younger adopters. A conceptual model is developed based on the behavioral intentions younger adopters have on WAP banking that is tested through a survey instrument. Social cognitive theory underpins the conceptual model and helps to explain some of the findings from the study. Suggestions for future research are also espoused.
  • m-commerce, technological innovations, banking
  • RePEc:wsi:ijitmx:v:04:y:2007:i:01:p:1-14
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  • English
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