Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, August 2007

A short post to inform you that the August issue of the Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce is now available online.

Reviewed Research Papers
 The Diffusion of Online Banking: Research Trends from 1998 to 2006 (By: Guosong Shao, The University of Alabama)
* South Korea Factors Influencing the Adoption Behavior of Mobile Banking: A South Korean perspective (By: Ki Soon Lee, Korea University, Hyung Seok Lee, Sahmyook University, and Sang Yong Kim,Korea University)
* Malaysia and USA The Influence of Trust on Internet Banking Acceptance(By: Khalil Md Nor, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and J Michael Pearson, Southern Illinois University @ Carbondale)
* Malaysia The Impact of E-Commerce Security, and National Environment on Consumer adoption of Internet Banking in Malaysia and Singapore (By: Yahya Dauda, A. Solucis Santhapparaj, David Asirvatham, Multimedia University Malaysia, and Murali Raman, Monash University Malaysia)
* Turkey Phishing Attacks and Perceptions of Service Quality: A Content Analysis of Internet Banking in Turkey (By: Murat Hakan Altıntaş and Necmi G¨¹rsakal, Uludag University)
* Nigeria M-Commerce Implementation in Nigeria: Trends and Issues (By: CHarles K. Ayo, Uyinomen O. Ekong, Fatudimu Ibukun Tolulope, and Adebiyi Ayodele A, Covenant University)

Opinion Articles
* India Online Frauds in Banks with Phishing (By: N. P. Singh, Management Development Institute)
* UAE A Preliminary Empirical Investigation of ‘Brick-to-Click’ Banking Presence in the United Arab Emirates (By: Bruce Budd, Zayed University, and Daniel Budd,  Edith Cowan University)
* Malaysia Correlation between Internet and ICT, Web Site Development, and Internet Marketing: Perception of Marketers in Malaysia and Singapore(By: Chai Lee Goi, Curtin University of Technology)
* India
 A Strategic Analysis of Search Engine Advertising in Web based-commerce (By: Ela Kumar, YMCA college of Engineering, and Shruti Kohli, Birla Institute of Technology)

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Written by Christophe Langlois

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