Mohammad Alamgir Hossain
Mohammad Alamgir Hossain
Department of Information Systems & Business Analytics
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Social media and entrepreneurship research: A literature review
AST Olanrewaju, MA Hossain, N Whiteside, P Mercieca
International Journal of Information Management 50, 90-110, 2020
State of the Art in Open Data Research: Insights from Existing Literature and a Research Agenda
NPR Mohammad Alamgir Hossain, Yogesh K Dwivedi
Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 2015
Expectation–confirmation theory in information system research: A review and analysis
MA Hossain, M Quaddus
Information Systems Theory: Explaining and Predicting Our Digital Society …, 2012
The adoption and continued usage intention of RFID: An integrated framework
MA Hossain, M Quaddus
Information Technology & People 24 (3), 236-256, 2011
Sharing political content in online social media: A planned and unplanned behaviour approach
MA Hossain, YK Dwivedi, C Chan, C Standing, AS Olanrewaju
Information Systems Frontiers 20, 485-501, 2018
Contributing barriers to corporate social and environmental responsibility practices in a developing country: A stakeholder perspective
MM Hossain, M Alam, Á Hecimovic, M Alamgir Hossain, ...
Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal 7 (2), 319-346, 2016
Assessing m-Health success in Bangladesh: An empirical investigation using IS success models
MA Hossain
Journal of Enterprise Information Management 29 (5), 774-796, 2016
Developing and validating a hierarchical model of service quality of retail banks
MA Hossain, YK Dwivedi, SB Naseem
Total Quality Management & Business Excellence 26 (5-6), 534-549, 2015
Developing and validating a model explaining the assimilation process of RFID: An empirical study
MA Hossain, M Quaddus, N Islam
Information Systems Frontiers 18, 645-663, 2016
What improves citizens’ privacy perceptions toward RFID technology? A cross-country investigation using mixed method approach
MA Hossain, YK Dwivedi
International Journal of Information Management 34 (6), 711-719, 2014
Predicting user acceptance and continuance behaviour towards location-based services: the moderating effect of facilitating conditions on behavioural intention and actual use
MA Hossain, MI Hasan, C Chan, JU Ahmed
Australasian Journal of Information Systems 21, 2017
The development and validation of a two-staged adoption model of RFID technology in livestock businesses
MA Hossain, C Standing, C Chan
Information Technology & People 30 (4), 785-808, 2017
Open data adoption in Australian government agencies: an exploratory study
M Hossain, C Chan
arXiv preprint arXiv:1606.02500, 2016
Understanding the success of private universities: An empirical investigation from graduates’ perspective
MA Hossain, MM Hossain, TH Chowdhury
International journal of quality & reliability management 35 (1), 145-162, 2018
Radio frequency identification (RFID) adoption: A cross-sectional comparison of voluntary and mandatory contexts
MA Hossain, M Quaddus
Information Systems Frontiers 17, 1057-1076, 2015
Factors affecting OHS practices in private universities: An empirical study from Bangladesh
MA Hossain, MM Hossain, S Tarannum, TH Chowdhury
Safety science 72, 371-378, 2015
How signaling mechanisms reduce “lemons” from online group buying (OGB) markets? A study of China
MA Hossain, S Rahman, TA Chowdhury, C Chan, X Yang, Q Su
International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 2018
Development of an integrated model for RFID extension
M Alamgir Hossain
Business Process Management Journal 20 (5), 752-772, 2014
The influence of social media on entrepreneur motivation and marketing strategies in a developing country
AST Olanrewaju, N Whiteside, MA Hossain, P Mercieca
Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Era: 17th IFIP WG 6.11 …, 2018
An adoption diffusion model of RFID-based livestock management system in Australia
MA Hossain, M Quaddus
Human Benefit through the Diffusion of Information Systems Design Science …, 2010
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