Xiayu Chen (陈夏雨)
Xiayu Chen (陈夏雨)
Associate Professor, Hefei University of Technology
Verified email at hfut.edu.cn
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Enhancing the flow experience of consumers in China through interpersonal interaction in social commerce
H Liu, H Chu, Q Huang, X Chen
Computers in Human Behavior 58, 306-314, 2016
1792016
The role of website quality and social capital in building buyers’ loyalty
X Chen, Q Huang, RM Davison
International Journal of Information Management 37 (1), 1563-1574, 2017
1322017
What drives trust transfer? The moderating roles of seller-specific and general institutional mechanisms
X Chen, Q Huang, RM Davison, Z Hua
International Journal of Electronic Commerce 20 (2), 261-289, 2015
892015
Understanding buyers' loyalty to a C2C platform: the roles of social capital, satisfaction and perceived effectiveness of e‐commerce institutional mechanisms
Q Huang, X Chen, CX Ou, RM Davison, Z Hua
Information systems journal 27 (1), 91-119, 2017
862017
Social Support, Source Credibility, Social Influence, and Impulsive Purchase Behavior in Social Commerce
X Hu, X Chen, RM Davison
International Journal of Electronic Commerce 23 (3), 297-327, 2019
752019
Enterprise social media use and overload: A curvilinear relationship
X Chen, S Wei
Journal of Information Technology 34 (1), 22-38, 2019
512019
Economic and social satisfaction of buyers on consumer-to-consumer platforms: The role of relational capital
X Chen, Q Huang, RM Davison
International Journal of Electronic Commerce 21 (2), 219-248, 2017
482017
Social value and online social shopping intention: the moderating role of experience
W Wu, V Huang, X Chen, RM Davison, Z Hua
Information Technology & People, 2018
352018
How do enterprise social media affordances affect social network ties and job performance?
X Chen, S Wei, RM Davison, RE Rice
Information Technology & People, 2019
322019
The Impact of Enterprise Social Networking Use on Team Performance: transactive Memory System as an Explanation Mechanism.
H Liu, Z Chen, W Ke, X Chen
PACIS 2014, 70, 2014
242014
The impact of social media use for communication and social exchange relationship on employee performance
X Chen, S Wei
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2020
222020
Understanding the relationship between food experiential quality and customer dining satisfaction: A perspective on negative bias
Y Liu, Y Song, J Sun, C Sun, C Liu, X Chen
International Journal of Hospitality Management 87, 102381, 2020
212020
Integrating the bright and dark sides of communication visibility for knowledge management and creativity: The moderating role of regulatory focus
X Chen, S Wei, RE Rice
Computers in Human Behavior 111, 106421, 2020
112020
How technology support for contextualization affects enterprise social media use: A media system dependency perspective
X Chen, S Wei, C Sun, Y Liu
IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 62 (3), 279-297, 2019
102019
The Moderating effects of Contextual Factors on a Buyer's Trust in E-Commerce Platforms and Sellers.
X Chen, Q Huang, RM Davison, Z Hua
PACIS, 107, 2014
102014
The impact of imitation on Chinese social commerce buyers’ purchase behavior: The moderating role of uncertainty
X Chen, Y Li, RM Davison, Y Liu
International Journal of Information Management 56, 102262, 2021
62021
Does it pay to align a firm’s competitive strategy with its industry IT strategic role?
J Yin, S Wei, X Chen, J Wei
Information & Management 57 (8), 103391, 2020
62020
The competition of homophily and popularity in growing and evolving social networks
Y Liu, L Li, H Wang, C Sun, X Chen, J He, Y Jiang
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-15, 2018
52018
Paradox of Supply Chain Integration and Firm Performance: The Moderating Roles of Distributive and Procedural Justice*
S Wei, J Yin, X Chen
Decision Sciences 52 (1), 78-108, 2021
42021
Factors affecting smart community service adoption intention: Affective community commitment and motivation theory
R Li, Q Huang, X Chen, B Zheng, H Liu
Behaviour & Information Technology 38 (12), 1324-1336, 2019
42019
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