Investigation of the Effects of Task Technology Fit, Attitude and Trust on Intention to Adopt Mobile Banking: Placing the Mediating Role of Trialability

  • Changchun G
  • Haider M
  • Akram T
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the proposed model in which effect of trust, attitude and task technology fit are taken as independent variables and intention to m-banking adoption as dependent variable. The study also analyzes the mediating role of trialability between the independent and dependent variables. To find out how much variance each of the independent variables contribute in dependent variable, Structural equation modeling (SEM) approach is applied on the data sample of 271 respondents from Pakistan. The confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) suggested a good model fit. The results from SEM analysis revealed a model R-square of 0.55. It suggested the significant effect of attitude and task technology fit on intention to adopt m-banking. The analysis further explained the presence of mediating role of trialability between the relationship of intention to adopt m-banking and trust, attitude and task technology fit. The study also provides implications, limitations and future research suggestions.

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Changchun, G., Haider, M. J., & Akram, T. (2017). Investigation of the Effects of Task Technology Fit, Attitude and Trust on Intention to Adopt Mobile Banking: Placing the Mediating Role of Trialability. International Business Research, 10(4), 77. https://doi.org/10.5539/ibr.v10n4p77

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