An Empirical Analysis of Mobile Banking Adoption in Vietnam

Vuong, Bui Nhat An Empirical Analysis of Mobile Banking Adoption in Vietnam. Gestão E Sociedade, 2020, vol. 14, n. 37, pp. 3365-3393. [Journal article (Paginated)]

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Mobile phones with banking technology are becoming more readily available in Vietnam. Similarly, many financial institutions and mobile phone service providers are teaming up to provide several banking services to customers via the mobile phone. However, the number of people who choose to adopt or use such technologies is still relatively low. Therefore, there is a need to assess the acceptance of such technologies to establish factors that hinder or promote customer’s intention to use mobile banking. Survey data collected from 452 consumers was analyzed to provide evidence. Results from the partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) using the SmartPLS 3.0 program indicated that perceived easy to use, perceived credibility, usefulness, attitude, perceived behavioral control and subjective norm are significant with respect to the customer’s intention to use mobile banking services. The results of the data analysis contribute to the body of knowledge by demonstrating that the above factors are critical in intention to use mobile banking in a developing country context. The finding of this study can also help marketers in the banking sector offer more suitable marketing strategies in their field in order to make higher attractiveness with mobile banking services.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: Perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, subjective norm, perceived behavioral control, customer’s intention to use mobile banking service
Subjects: F. Management. > FC. Finance.
Depositing user: Dr Bui Nhat Vuong
Date deposited: 03 Mar 2020 08:12
Last modified: 03 Mar 2020 08:12


Vuong, B. N, Hieu, V. T, & Trang, N. T. T. (2020). An empirical analysis of mobile banking adoption in Vietnam. Gestão E Sociedade, 14(37), 3365-3393.


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