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  1. Factors Influencing Users’ Perceptions of Digital Platform Indispensability: A Comparative Study of Korea and Finland
  2. Health susceptibility perceptions among Iranian, Afghan and Tajik minorities in three Nordic countries
  3. Understanding influences on entrepreneurship educator role identity
  4. Case Study 1: Logistic Service Provider
  5. Case Study 2: Employment Agency
  6. Case Study 3: Construction and Building Company
  7. Case Study 4: Financial Services Provider
  8. Conclusion: Limitations and Future Research
  9. Configurational Thinking Approach
  10. Cross-Case Analysis
  11. Positioning Business Services
  12. Quantitative Research
  13. Digitalisation of Global Business Services
  14. Introduction
  15. Literature Review
  16. Orchestrating a global business services portfolio in a plural sourcing context: the mediating role of modularised business processes
  17. Study destination preference and post-graduation intentions: a push-pull factor theory perspective
  18. Digital proctoring in higher education: a systematic literature review
  19. Exploring key themes and trends in international student mobility research —A systematic literature review
  20. The push-pull factor model and its implications for the retention of international students in the host country
  21. Entrepreneurship educators: a configurational analysis of factors influencing pedagogical choices
  22. FsQCA in entrepreneurship research: Opportunities and best practices
  23. An investigation of health information needs and use of healthcare services among people with asylum seeking background living in Norway
  24. An investigation of unmet health-related information and healthcare services needs of people with asylum-seeking backgrounds
  25. Reducing consumer materialism and compulsive buying through emotional intelligence training amongst Lithuanian students
  26. Factors Influencing Entrepreneurship Educators’ Pedagogical Choices—A Configurational Approach
  27. Perspectives on management theory’s application in the internet of things research
  28. Finnish university students' satisfaction with e-learning outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic
  29. Entrepreneurs’ Information-Seeking Behaviors in the Digital Age–A Systematic Literature Review
  30. Health literacy, health literacy interventions and decision-making: a systematic literature review
  31. Workplace literacy skills—how information and digital literacy affect adoption of digital technology
  32. Health information seeking behaviour during exceptional times: A case study of Persian-speaking minorities in Finland
  33. A fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis of factors influencing successful shared service center implementation
  34. Emotional intelligence and materialism: the mediating effect of subjective well-being
  35. Avoiding negative information as a strategy for emotion regulation
  36. Effective factors influencing individual’s shared health decision making
  37. Understanding University Students’ Health Information Seeking Behaviours on Social Media During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Developing Country Perspective
  38. Do Demographics Matter in Consumer Materialism?
  39. Hide and seek – the role of personality, sense of coherence and experiential information in hidden information needs
  40. The Effect of Emotional Intelligence on Materialism and Compulsive Buying
  41. Business model innovation and firm performance: Exploring causal mechanisms in SMEs
  42. Entrepreneurs’ Information Retrieval: The Role of Affective Aspects through the Media Richness Theory
  43. Are social and traditional entrepreneurial intentions really that different?
  44. The impact of literacy on intention to use digital technology for learning: A comparative study of Korea and Finland
  45. Aligning artificial intelligence with human values: reflections from a phenomenological perspective
  46. Exploring user experience of learning management system
  47. The role of youths’ perceived information literacy in their assessment of youth information and counselling services
  48. Workplace information literacy
  49. An analysis of students' perspectives on e-learning participation – the case of COVID-19 pandemic
  50. Health-seeking behaviours of immigrants, asylum seekers and refugees in Europe: a systematic review of peer-reviewed articles
  51. The nexus between dynamic capabilities and competitive firm performance: the mediating role of open innovation
  52. An assessment of the interplay between literacy and digital Technology in Higher Education
  53. Implementing Global Business Services in a Plural Sourcing Context: Conceptualizing Modes of Service Governance
  54. The Entrepreneurship Educator: Understanding Role Identity
  55. The interplay between literacy and digital technology: a fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis approach
  56. More honour'd in the breach: predicting non-compliant behaviour through individual, situational and habitual factors
  57. An assessment of academic library services!
  58. The revitalization of service orientation: a business services model
  59. Usability and UX of Learning Management Systems: An Eye- Tracking Approach
  60. Business model (BM) experimentation as a step towards BM experimentation capabilities.
  61. Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants in the Creative Economy
  62. Exploring the Role of Digital Source Selection and Information Literacy
  63. Business Model for Mobile Payment in China
  64. Challenging the Concept of Digital Nativeness – Through the Assessment of Information Literacy and Digital Literacy
  65. Trust and Respect in Entrepreneurial Information Seeking Behaviours
  66. Review of the Nexus Between Trust and Respect in Entrepreneurs’ Information-Seeking Behaviour
  67. Factors driving the adoption of smart home technology: An empirical assessment
  68. Digital healthcare technology adoption by elderly people: A capability approach model
  69. Digitalization, business models, and SMEs: How do business model innovation practices improve performance of digitalizing SMEs?
  70. Entrepreneurial intentions and gender: pathways to start-up
  71. What technology enabled services impact business models in the automotive industry? An exploratory study
  72. Mobile Health and Wellness Applications: A Business Model Ontology-Based Review.
  73. Digital natives’ intention to interact with social media: Value systems and gender
  74. The impact of digitalization on business models
  75. Fuzzy optimization to improve mobile health and wellness recommendation systems
  76. Prioritizing the Roles of Control Mechanisms in Digital Platform
  77. The Impact of Multidimensionality of Literacy on the Use of Digital Technology: Digital Immigrants and Digital Natives
  78. Impact of Playing Pokémon Go on Wellness
  79. Value systems and intentions to interact in social media: The digital natives
  80. Mobile application driven consumer engagement
  81. Mobile Health and Wellness Applications
  82. SMEs’ online channel expansion: value creating activities
  83. Domestication of smartphones and mobile applications: A quantitative mixed-method study
  84. Why Controls Are Used in Platform Ecosystems?
  85. The interplay of costs, trust and loyalty in a service industry in transition: The moderating effect of smartphone adoption
  86. A Process View to Evaluate and Understand Preference Elicitation
  87. Mobile technology and forgotten consumers: the young-elderly
  88. Business Model for Mobile Payment in China
  89. Ubiquitous use of mobile social network services
  90. Mobile tethering
  91. Enriched presence information on converged communication platforms
  92. Visual conjoint analysis (VCA): a topology of preferences in multi-attribute decision making
  93. An Exploratory Smartphone Measurement: Perception vs. Actual Use
  94. A Consumer Perspective on Mobile Service Platforms: A Conjoint Analysis Approach
  95. Evaluation of mobile services and substantial adoption factors with Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)
  96. The Diffusion of Mobile Social Network Service in China: The Role of Habit and Social Influence
  97. The potential of converged mobile telecommunication services
  98. Mobile services put in context: A Q-sort analysis
  99. Mobile Converged Rich Communication Services: A Conjoint Analysis
  100. Virtuelles Wasser — Chancen und Probleme eines Wasserfußabdrucks
  101. Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) Approach for Selecting Mobile Service Category (Consumers' Preferences)
  102. Context, cognition and female entrepreneurial intentions: it is all about perceived behavioral control
  103. On the use of configurational analysis in entrepreneurial research