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Risk taking and information handling in consumer behaviour

Donald F. Cox

Risk taking and information handling in consumer behaviour

by Donald F. Cox

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Published by Harvard University. Graduate School of Business Administration .
Written in English


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Statemented by D.F.Cox.
The Physical Object
Pagination667p.
Number of Pages667
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13655367M

Report on hotspots of Internet of Chinese on E-mail and on-line purchase. (11) [6]Cox D F editor, Risk Taking and Information Handling in Consumer Behavior,Boston: Graduate school of business administration, Harward University, [7]Gao Hai-xia. Research on purchasing decisions of consumer based on apperceiving by: Solution Manual for Consumer Behavior Buying Having and Being 12th edition by Solomon 1 chapters — updated AM — 0 people liked it.

The conceptualization of consumers' perceived risk, attitude and online shopping behaviour of this study provides empirical evidence in the study of consumer online behaviour. Four types of risks – product risk Cited by: 9. This study deals with consumer risk-taking experience through anticipated positive emotions. An online quasi-experiment was conducted on two service categories considered as risky: financial investments Cited by: 1.

Journal of Consumer Affairs Author Guidelines. JCA publishes applied, topically relevant scholarly research, professionally informed opinions, and findings of exceptional importance from practice. Use the headline style of capitalization for titles of books and articles. Risk Taking and Information Handling in Consumer Behavior. Cunningham, S.M. () The Major Dimensions of Perceived Risk. Risk Taking and Information Handling in Consumer Behavior, 被如下文章引用: TITLE: Study on the Impact of .


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Donald F. Blankertz Cited by: The results suggest that: 1) credit degree negatively influences perceived risks; 2) information quality has a significant positive impact on perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use, and a significant negative impact on perceived risk; 3) service quality has a significant positive impact on perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use, and the impact on the perceived risk.

The results of our empirical study show direct and indirect relationship. The perceived network externalities can influence consumers’ new product purchase intention directly.

In addition, they have an indirect impact by influencing the perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and perceived risk. The Role of Risk in Consumer Behavior A comprehensive and operational theory of risk taking in consumer behavior. R AYMOND Bauer first formally proposed that consumer behavior be viewed as risk taking.

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by Donald F. Cox. Division of Research, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University Year of publication. Trust is known to have a direct influence on a consumer's behavioral intention to use the product of service =-=[7]-=.

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included a book on risk taking and information han- by JOURNAL OF CONSUMER RESEARCH, Inc. * Vol. 21 Cited by: The meaning of this notIon is that when in a product choice situation where all information is available, the consumer has the cognitive capacity of knowing and c~mparing everything.

Of course, such a situation never occurs in reality, SInce consumers have to choose with incomplete information, thus taking a risk Cited by:. Abstract. The influence of perceived risk on customers’ purchasing behavior still plays an important role in the overall process of business to customer(B2C) E-commerce, though the extent Cited by: 5.Cox, Donald F.

(), “Risk Taking and Information Handling in Consumer Behavior,” in Risk Taking and Information Handling in Consumer Behavior, Donald, F. Cox, ed. Boston: Division of Cited by: Perceived Risk and Consumer Behavior: a Critical Review Citation: Ivan Ross (),"Perceived Risk and Consumer Behavior: a Critical Review", in NA - Advances in Consumer Research Vol eds.

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