This paper provides the data used to analyze the conceptual replication of Pavlou (2003) by Moqbel and Bartelt (2015) which studied factors that impacted consumer’s behavioral intentions to make online transactions by integrating trust and perceived risk with the technology acceptance model (TAM). We provide a detailed description of the data so it meets the open data standards. In particular, we explain the structure of the data so that other researchers can easily analyze the same dataset to come to the same results and conclusions. Our dataset consists of 240 observations which includes the following constructs: perceived trust, perceived risk, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, satisfaction, and perceived familiarity. Control variables include age, sex, educational level, race/ethnicity, employment status, and work experience. Future studies are encouraged to follow the footsteps of this study in providing open data to support the body of knowledge in the IS field.
Moqbel, Murad A. and Bartelt, Valerie L.
"Open Data Discourse: Consumer Acceptance of Personal Cloud,"
AIS Transactions on Replication Research:
Vol. 2, Article 4.
Available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/trr/vol2/iss1/4
Additional FilesMoqbel & Bartelt - Open Data - Consumer Acceptance of Personal Cloud - Data and Data Dictionary.xlsx (43 kB)
Open Data File