Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (JECR), published by College of Commerce, National Chengchi University, is a quarterly peer-reviewed (double blind) journal with both paper and electronic publication. It provides an international forum for researchers and professionals to share their knowledge and report new advances on all topics related to electronic commerce theories and applications. The journal focuses on electronic commerce including their theoretical foundations, infrastructure, and enabling technologies.
The Journal strongly encourages electronic submissions to expedite processing and to advise authors of their paper status. The target turnaround time is 4 months from submission. A study by Bharati and Tarasewich published in the May, 2002, issue of the Communications of the ACM ranks the Journal of Electronic Commerce Research fourth in “overall quality in publishing E-Commerce research”.
Current Issue: August 2014 Volume15, Number3
- Modeling MGC Strategies Under Extreme Negative UGC Jiayin Qi, Qixing Qu, Yong Tan, Jifeng Mu,
- Expert Reviewers Beware! The Effects Of Review Set Balance, Review Source And Review Content On Consumer Responses To Online Reviews Nathalia Purnawirawan, Nathalie Dens, Patrick De Pelsmacker,
- The Reliability Of Online Review Helpfulness Yun Wan, Makoto Nakayama,
- Effects Of Social Capitaland Community Support On Online Communitymembers’ Intention To Create User-Generated Content Guoxin Li, Xue Yang, Songshan (Sam) Huang,
- The Selling Power Of Consumer-Generated Product Reviews: The Matching Effect Between Consumers’ Cognitive Needs And Persuasive Message Types Lili Gai,
- Antecedents Of Solution Quality In Crowdsourcing: The Sponsor’s Perspective Haichao Zheng, Zongxiao Xie, Wenhua Hou, Dahui Li,
- Do Domestic And International Customers Behave Alike In Online Hotel Booking? Asunur Cezar, Hulisi Öğüt,
- Trust, Psychological Need, And Motivation To Produce User-Generated Content: A Self-Determination Perspective Xuequn Wang, Yibai Li,
- Consumer-Generated Ads On Youtube: Impacts Of Source Credibility And Need For Cognition On Attitudes, Interactive Behaviors, And Ewom Sara Steffes Hansen, Jin Kyun Lee, Shu-Yueh Lee,