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SCOPUS 학술저널

Role of Social Capital and Consumer Citizenship on Sharing Economy Participation on O2O Retail Platforms

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Purpose: This study empirically validates a research framework encompassing predictors hypothesized to affect the participation in sharing economy on O2O retail platforms. Research design, data, and methodology: The study examines the role of consumers’ social capital and consumer citizenship as a net promoter of retail sales increase of sharing economy products. Using a convenience sampling method, this study used a questionnaire survey method to collect data from 400 adult consumers with previous experience of sharing economy who reside in the metropolitan areas of Seoul and Kyonggi Province, Korea. This study applied structural equation modeling to verify the structural relationships proposed as research hypotheses. Results: The study found a significant impact of social capital on sharing economy participation and the impact of consumer citizenship on sharing economy participation in retail settings. This study also confirmed that social identity and corporate image mediated the relationship between social capital (and citizenship) and sharing economy participation. Conclusions: The study results are expected to contribute to further understanding of the sharing economy’s key success factors. The study results offer significant strategic implications for retail platform operators and individual retail operators of sharing economy.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review and Research Hypotheses

3. Research Methods and Materials

4. Results and Discussion

5. Discussions and Implications

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