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    AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF DETERMINANTS DRIVING M-COMMERCE ADOPTION IN THAILAND 

    Ployrawee Yingcharoen (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2018)

    This empirical analysis evaluates the impact and correlation among various determinants including social influence, trust, cost, perceived enjoyment, personal innovativeness, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, attitude towards m-commerce, and intention to adopt m-commerce in Thailand. The survey method was applied by using 400 of online questionnaires to obtain the primary data from participants. The target population is people who are living in Thailand and have the experience in using m-commerce at least one time. It was ...
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    Evaluation of E-CMS using tam : focusing on lecturer acceptance 

    Hatane, Saarce Elsye; Tangke, Natali, jt. auth. (Assumption University, 2011)
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    How online trust influence B2C e-Commerce adoption? An empirical study among Asian online shoppers 

    John, Surej P. (2012-08)

    Though many previous studies has proved the importance of trust from various perspectives, the researches about online consumer’s trust are fragmented in nature and still it need more attention from academics. Lack of consumers trust in online systems is a critical impediment to the success of e-Commerce. Therefore it is important to explore the critical factors that affect the formation of user’s trust in online environments. The main objective of this paper is to analyze the effects of various antecedents of online trust and to predict the ...