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Title: What obstruct customer acceptance of internet banking? security and privacy, risk, trust and website usability and the role of moderators.
Authors: Ilmudeen, Aboobucker
Bao, Yukun
Keywords: Internet banking
Customer acceptance
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Elsevier Inc
Citation: The Journal of High Technology Management Research, 29(1), pp 109-123
Series/Report no.: Vol. 29;Issue 1
Abstract: Comparatively a little attention has been paid to the factors that obstruct the acceptance of Internet banking in Sri Lanka. This research assimilates constructs such as security and privacy, perceived trust, perceived risk, and website usability. To test the conceptual model, we collected 186 valid responses from customers who use Internet banking in Sri Lanka. The structural equation modelling technique is applied and hypotheses are validated. The findings show perceived trust and website usability are the possible obstructing factors that highly concerned by Internet banking customers. While security and privacy, and perceived risk are not significant, these are not highly concerned by customers in Internet banking acceptance. The age and gender reveal the moderating effect in each exogenous latent constructs relationship. The practical and managerial implications of the findings are also discussed. This country specific study contributes to the advancement of Internet banking acceptance, and offers some useful insights to researchers, practitioners and policy makers on how to enhance Internet banking acceptance for country similar in context.
ISSN: 1047-8310
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