Morad Benyoucef, Ph.D.

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2002 Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada 
Area:
Computer Science, Commerce-Business Economics
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Rudolf Keller grad student 2002 Université de Montréal
 (Combined negotiations in e -commerce: Concepts, architecture, and implementation.)
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Zhang KZK, Benyoucef M, Zhao SJ. (2016) Building brand loyalty in social commerce: The case of brand microblogs Electronic Commerce Research and Applications. 15: 14-25
Zhang KZK, Benyoucef M. (2016) Consumer behavior in social commerce: A literature review Decision Support Systems. 86: 95-108
Huang Z, Benyoucef M. (2015) User preferences of social features on social commerce websites: An empirical study Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 95: 57-72
Zhang KZK, Benyoucef M, Zhao SJ. (2015) Consumer participation and gender differences on companies' microblogs: A brand attachment process perspective Computers in Human Behavior. 44: 357-368
Zhang KZK, Benyoucef M, Zhao SJ. (2015) Understanding consumer participation on companies’ brand microblogs Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing. 209: 125-137
Benyoucef M, Weiss M, Mili H. (2015) Preface Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing. 209
Kucukcay IE, Benyoucef M. (2014) Mobile social commerce implementation Medes 2014 - 6th International Conference On Management of Emergent Digital Ecosystems, Proceedings. 1-8
Huang Z, Benyoucef M. (2014) Usability and credibility of e-government websites Government Information Quarterly. 31: 584-595
Sadeghi P, Andreev P, Benyoucef M, et al. (2014) Activity theory driven system analysis of complex healthcare processes Ecis 2014 Proceedings - 22nd European Conference On Information Systems
Huang Z, Benyoucef M. (2013) From e-commerce to social commerce: A close look at design features Electronic Commerce Research and Applications. 12: 246-259
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