His primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Technology acceptance model, Usability, The Internet and Expectation confirmation theory. His research integrates issues of Information appliance, Emerging technologies and Set in his study of Knowledge management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Elaboration likelihood model, Persuasion and Process.
He integrates Technology acceptance model and Digital library in his research. His Usability study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Explanatory power. His Explanatory power study incorporates themes from Marketing, Order and Technology management.
His primary areas of investigation include Knowledge management, Marketing, The Internet, Usability and World Wide Web. His research in Knowledge management intersects with topics in Service provider, Organizational computing, Set and Technology acceptance model. Kar Yan Tam focuses mostly in the field of Marketing, narrowing it down to topics relating to Empirical evidence and, in certain cases, Quality.
His The Internet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computer security and Recall. His Usability research integrates issues from Explanatory power and Continuance. His Personalization research includes themes of Download, Web intelligence and Information processing.
Kar Yan Tam mainly investigates Knowledge management, Marketing, Service, Usability and Internet privacy. His work on Innovation management as part of his general Knowledge management study is frequently connected to Implementation, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His studies in Marketing integrate themes in fields like Expectancy theory, Information and Communications Technology and Social influence.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Empirical evidence and Advertising in addition to Service. His work on Technology acceptance model as part of general Usability research is frequently linked to Digital library, bridging the gap between disciplines. Kar Yan Tam has included themes like Explanatory power, Order and Set in his Continuance study.
His primary areas of study are Knowledge management, Service, Usability, Marketing and Consumer behaviour. Kar Yan Tam combines subjects such as Information and Communications Technology, The Internet and Service provider with his study of Knowledge management. His Service provider research incorporates themes from Expectancy theory, Social influence and Mobile internet.
The various areas that Kar Yan Tam examines in his Service study include Web service and Advertising. In the subject of general Usability, his work in Technology acceptance model is often linked to Terminology and Digital library, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His work deals with themes such as Empirical evidence, Service quality, Explanatory power, Set and Order, which intersect with Continuance.
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Examining the technology acceptance model using physician acceptance of telemedicine technology
Paul J. Hu;Patrick Y. K. Chau;Olivia R. Liu Sheng;Kar Yan Tam.
Journal of Management Information Systems (1999)
Managerial Applications of Neural Networks: The Case of Bank Failure Predictions
Kar Yan Tam;Melody Y. Kiang.
Management Science (1992)
The effects of post-adoption beliefs on the expectation-confirmation model for information technology continuance
James Y. L. Thong;Se-Joon Hong;Kar Yan Tam.
International Journal of Human-computer Studies / International Journal of Man-machine Studies (2006)
Factors affecting the adoption of open systems: an exploratory study
Patrick Y. K. Chau;Kar Yan Tam.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (1997)
Determinants of User Acceptance of Digital Libraries: An Empirical Examination of Individual Differences and System Characteristics
Weiyin Hong;James Y. L. Thong;Wai-Man Wong;Kar-Yan Tam.
Journal of Management Information Systems (2002)
Understanding continued information technology usage behavior: a comparison of three models in the context of mobile internet
Se-Joon Hong;James Y. L. Thong;Kar Yan Tam.
decision support systems (2006)
Understanding the Adoption of Multipurpose Information Appliances: The Case of Mobile Data Services
Se-Joon Hong;Kar Yan Tam.
Information Systems Research (2006)
Web Personalization as a Persuasion Strategy: An Elaboration Likelihood Model Perspective
Kar Yan Tam;Shuk Ying Ho.
Information Systems Research (2005)
Understanding the impact of web personalization on user information processing and decision outcomes
Kar Yan Tam;Shuk Ying Ho.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (2006)
Understanding user acceptance of digital libraries: what are the roles of interface characteristics, organizational context, and individual differences?
James Y. L. Thong;Weiyin Hong;Kar-Yan Tam.
International Journal of Human-computer Studies / International Journal of Man-machine Studies (2002)
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