Francisco Liébana-Cabanillas
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Antecedents of the adoption of the new mobile payment systems: The moderating effect of age
F Liébana-Cabanillas, J Sánchez-Fernández, F Muñoz-Leiva
Computers in Human Behavior 35, 464-478, 2014
The moderating effect of experience in the adoption of mobile payment tools in Virtual Social Networks: The m-Payment Acceptance Model in Virtual Social Networks (MPAM-VSN)
F Liébana-Cabanillas, J Sánchez-Fernández, F Muñoz-Leiva
International Journal of Information Management, 2014
A SEM-neural network approach for predicting antecedents of m-commerce acceptance
F Liébana-Cabanillas, V Marinković, Z Kalinić
International Journal of Information Management 37 (2), 14-24, 2017
Determinants of intention to use the mobile banking apps: An extension of the classic TAM model
F Munoz-Leiva, S Climent-Climent, F Liébana-Cabanillas
Spanish Journal of Marketing-ESIC 21 (1), 25-38, 2017
Role of gender on acceptance of mobile payment
FJ Liébana-Cabanillas, J Sánchez-Fernández, F Muñoz-Leiva
Industrial Management & Data Systems, 2014
The determinants of satisfaction with e‐banking
F Liébana‐Cabanillas, F Muñoz‐Leiva, F Rejón‐Guardia
Industrial Management & Data Systems, 2013
DMO online platforms: Image and intention to visit
S Molinillo, F Liébana-Cabanillas, R Anaya-Sánchez, D Buhalis
Tourism management 65, 116-130, 2018
A global approach to the analysis of user behavior in mobile payment systems in the new electronic environment
F Liébana-Cabanillas, F Muñoz-Leiva, J Sánchez-Fernández
Service Business, 1-40, 2018
User behaviour in QR mobile payment system: the QR Payment Acceptance Model
F Liébana-Cabanillas, I Ramos de Luna, FJ Montoro-Ríos
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 27 (9), 1031-1049, 2015
Determinants of the intention to use NFC technology as a payment system: an acceptance model approach
I Ramos-de-Luna, F Montoro-Ríos, F Liébana-Cabanillas
Information Systems and e-Business Management 14 (2), 293-314, 2016
Predicting the determinants of mobile payment acceptance: A hybrid SEM-neural network approach
F Liébana-Cabanillas, V Marinkovic, IR de Luna, Z Kalinic
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 129, 117-130, 2018
Factors that determine the adoption of Facebook commerce: The moderating effect of age
F Liebana-Cabanillas, M Alonso-Dos-Santos
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 44, 1-18, 2017
Intention to use new mobile payment systems: a comparative analysis of SMS and NFC payments
F Liébana-Cabanillas, I Ramos de Luna, F Montoro-Ríos
Economic research-Ekonomska istraživanja 30 (1), 892-910, 2017
A model for the integration of e-financial services questionnaires with SERVQUAL scales under fuzzy linguistic modeling
RA Carrasco, F Muñoz-Leiva, J Sánchez-Fernández, ...
Expert Systems with Applications 39 (14), 11535-11547, 2012
Analysing user trust in electronic banking using data mining methods
F Liébana-Cabanillas, R Nogueras, LJ Herrera, A Guillén
Expert Systems with Applications 40 (14), 5439-5447, 2013
Mobile payment is not all the same: The adoption of mobile payment systems depending on the technology applied
IR de Luna, F Liébana-Cabanillas, J Sánchez-Fernández, F Muñoz-Leiva
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 146, 931-944, 2019
Predictive and explanatory modeling regarding adoption of mobile payment systems
F Liébana-Cabanillas, J Lara-Rubio
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 120, 32-40, 2017
A multi-analytical approach to peer-to-peer mobile payment acceptance prediction
Z Kalinic, V Marinkovic, S Molinillo, F Liébana-Cabanillas
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 49, 143-153, 2019
NFC technology acceptance for mobile payments: A Brazilian Perspective
IR de Luna, F Montoro-Ríos, F Liébana-Cabanillas, JG de Luna
Revista brasileira de gestão de negócios 19 (63), 82, 2017
Payment systems in new electronic environments: consumer behavior in payment systems via SMS
LC Francisco, ML Francisco, SF Juan
International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making 14 (02 …, 2015
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