Top 10 Cited Articles

On this page you will find the Top 10 most cited articles of Electronic Markets based on a citation analysis of Google Scholar data.

  1. Timmers, P. (1998). Business Models for Electronic MarketsElectronic Markets, 8 (2), pp. 3 - 8.  (Cited by 3456)
           
  2. Warkentin, M., Gefen, D., Pavlou, PA. and Rose, GM. (2002). Encouraging Citizen Adoption of e-Government by Building Trust, Electronic Markets, 12 (3), pp. 157 - 162.  (Cited by 733)
       
  3. Alt, R. and Zimmermann, H-D. (2001). Preface: Introduction to Special Section - Business Models, Electronic Markets, 11 (1), pp. 3 - 9.  (Cited by 575)
       
  4. Wang, Y. and Fesenmaier, D.R. (2003), Assessing Motivation of Contribution in Online Communities: An Empirical Investigation of an Online Travel Community, Electronic Markets, 13 (4), pp. 33 -45.  (Cited by 358)
      
  5. Chae, M., Kim, J., Kim, H. and Ryu, R. (2002). Information Quality for Mobile Internet Services: A Theoretical Model with Empirical ValidationElectronic Markets, 12 (1), pp. 38 - 46.  (Cited by 350)
        
  6. Servan-Schreiber, E., Wolfers, J., Pennock, D.M. and Galebach, B. (2004). Prediction Markets: Does Money Matter?, Electronic Markets, 14 (3), pp. 243 - 251.  (Cited by 345)

  7. Gibbs, J.L. and Kraemer, K.L. (2004). A Cross-Country Investigation of the Determinants of Scope of E-commerce Use: An Institutional Approach, Electronic Markets, 14 (2), pp. 124 - 137.  (Cited by 331)

  8. Helm, S. (2000). Viral marketing-establishing customer relationships by'word-of-mouse', Electronic Markets, 10 (3), pp. 158 - 161.  (Cited by 328)

  9. Klein, S. (1997). Introduction to Electronic Auctions, Electronic Markets, 7 (4), pp. 3 - 6.  (Cited by 323)

  10. Schubert, P. and Ginsburg, M. (2000). Virtual Communities of Transaction: The Role of Personalization in Electronic Commerce, Electronic Markets, 10 (1), pp. 45 - 55.  (Cited by 268)

     
Last update: July 10, 2017