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The Adoption of Using Mobile Payment During COVID-19 Pandemic: An Empirical Study in Vietnam

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The COVID-19 pandemic has imposed a number of restrictions on the lives of people and services, forcing them to adopt a “New Normal” way of living. Contactless technologies provide a mechanism to reduce the risk of infection, encouraging people to use touchless payment methods. The aim of this study is to develop an integrated framework based on the Health Belief Model and the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology to justify the use of mobile payment during the COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam. Based on a survey of 434 samples, the proposed conceptual model was empirically justified using structural equation modeling (SEM). This study found that performance expectancy, effort expectancy, enjoyment, perceived severity, and perceived susceptibility significantly and positively influenced behavioral intention of using contactless payment technologies. In addition, this study discovered that effort expectancy, perceived severity, and perceived susceptibility all have a positive impact on performance expectancy, while enjoyment triggered users’ effort expectancy. By adding novel insights into the literature on the acceptance of technology during the pandemic, this study makes a major contribution to justifying how contactless payment technologies can reduce the risk of getting infected by COVID-19.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review and Theoretical Background

3. Research Framework and Hypotheses

4. Research Methodology

5. Results and Discussion

6. Conclusion

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