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Consumer perceived risk, attitude and online shopping behaviour; empirical evidence from Malaysia

Md. Ariff, Mohd.Shoki and Sylvester, Michele and M. Zakuan, Norhayati and Ismail, Khalid and Mat Ali, Kamarudin (2014) Consumer perceived risk, attitude and online shopping behaviour; empirical evidence from Malaysia. 2014 International Conference on Manufacturing, Optimization, Industrial and Material Engineering (MOIME 2014), 58 . ISSN 1757-8981

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1757-899X/58/1/012007

Abstract

The development of e-commerce has increased the popularity of online shopping worldwide. In Malaysia, it was reported that online shopping market size was RM1.8 billion in 2013 and it is estimated to reach RM5 billion by 2015. However, online shopping was rated 11th out of 15 purposes of using internet in 2012. Consumers' perceived risks of online shopping becomes a hot topic to research as it will directly influence users' attitude towards online purchasing, and their attitude will have significant impact to the online purchasing behaviour. 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, financial, convenience and non-delivery risks-were examined in term of their effect on consumers' online attitude. A web-based survey was employed, and a total of 300 online shoppers of a Malaysia largest online marketplace participated in this study. The findings indicated that product risk, financial and non-delivery risks are hazardous and negatively affect the attitude of online shoppers. Convenience risk was found to have positive effect on consumers' attitude, denoting that online buyers of this site trusted the online seller and they encountered less troublesome with the site. It also implies that consumers did not really concern on non-convenience aspect of online shopping, such as handling of returned products and examine the quality of products featured in the online seller website. The online buyers' attitude was significantly and positively affects their online purchasing behaviour. The findings provide useful model for measuring and managing consumers' perceived risk in internet-based transaction to increase their involvement in online shopping and to reduce their cognitive dissonance in the e-commerce setting

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:attitude, online shopping behaviour, perceived risks
Subjects:H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor
Divisions:Management
ID Code:52225
Deposited By: Siti Nor Hashidah Zakaria
Deposited On:01 Feb 2016 11:53
Last Modified:17 Sep 2018 12:01

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