Research Interest and Publications

RESEARCH INTEREST
My research interests revolve around e-business, with particular emphasis on m-Commerce adoption. I’m also interested in researching the impact of IT adoption on businesses, particularly micro and small businesses. Identifying ways of optimizing learning and teaching in higher education is also another area of research I’m interested in.

SELECTED RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Journal Publications
Omonedo, P. & Bocij, P. (2017). Potential Impact of Perceived Security, Trust, Cost and Social Influence on M-Commerce Adoption in a Developing Economy. World Journal of Social Science. 7(1), 147-160.

Omonedo, P. & Bocij, P. (2014). E-Commerce versus m-Commerce: Where is the Dividing Line? International Journal of Science, Education, Economics and Management Engineering, 8(11), 3402 – 3407.

Conference Paper
Omonedo, P. & Bocij, P. (2016). Potential Impact of Perceived Security, Trust, Cost and Social Influence on m-Commerce Adoption in a Developing Economy. Annual Paris Business Research Conference. 28 – 29 July, 2016. Paris, France.

PhD Consortium Papers
Omonedo, P. (2014, April). Factors that Influence the Successful Adoption of M-Commerce via Mobile Phone Devices in a Developing Economy. The West Midlands Regional Doctoral Colloquium. Nottingham Business School, Nottingham.

Omonedo, P. (2016, June). The Impact of Perceived Security, Trust, Cost and Social Influence on m-Commerce Adoption in a Developing Economy. The West Midlands Regional Doctoral Colloquium. Aston Business School, Birmingham.

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