Exploring Utility, Attitude, Intention to Use, Satisfaction, and Loyalty in B2C vs. P2P Car-Sharing Economy
The purpose of the study is to investigate effects of perceptions on utilities, attitude, satisfaction, loyalty, and intention to use for both cases of B2C and P2P car-sharing by classifying the existing and potential users. Study 1 examines1 the effects of the level of utility related to the levels of satisfaction and loyalty to existing users and intentions to use and expected satisfaction to potential users of B2C car-sharing, while Study 2 investigates the effects of their intention and levels of expected satisfaction to potential users of P2P car-sharing. This study collected the data via online and offline survey and applied statistical analyses including factor analysis, regression analysis, and ANOVA. The results revealed that the effect of perceived utilities on attitude differ for existing and potential users, and also for cases of B2C and P2P car-sharing. The findings of this study have provided managerial, theoretical, and policy implications.
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