The purpose of this study is to investigate what motivates buyers to purchase tourism products through mobile-commerce applications, and how these motives have an impact on consumers’ impulse buying behavior. For this study, we conducted a mixedmethods approach that combines qualitative and quantitative research methods. First, we interviewed via the qualitative research methods to study motivation for mobilecommerce application use. Then, we extracted the motivation factors and examined how these factors affect impulse purchase intentions for tourism products through mobile-commerce applications. To do this, a questionnaire survey was conducted. Based on the results of the questionnaire, we conducted a hypothesis test of the research model set up through the previous research study. In addition, fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) provided in-depth analysis of factors that may influence impulse buying. As a result of the study, it was found that the characteristics of mobile devices had a positive effect on perceived value. The perceived value, transaction characteristics, and impulsiveness of the individual had a positive influence on urge to buy impulsively.
Chung, Namho and Um, Taehyee, "Investigating the Product Impulsive Buying in Tourism Mobile Commerce" (2019). PACIS 2019 Proceedings. 141.