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Correction to: How pull vs. push information delivery and social proof affect information disclosure in location based services

  • Johannes Klumpe
  • Oliver Francis Koch
  • Alexander Benlian
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Correction to: Electronic Markets

  https://doi.org/10.1007/s12525-018-0318-1

Table 1 was incorrectly captured in the original article, the correct Table 1 is shown below.
Table 1

Logistical regression analysis on actual location information disclosure

 

Block1

Block2

Coefficient

SE

Coefficient

SE

Intercept

2.164

2.875

1.266

3.464

Manipulations

 Information Delivery Mechanism

1.450*

0.576

 Social Proof ††

2.450***

0.629

Mediators

 Trusting Beliefs

0.547***

0.149

0.557**

0.173

 Privacy Concerns

−0.742**

0.251

−1.133**

0.331

Controls

 Prior Mobile Apps Experience

0.206

0.182

0.132

0.205

 Prior Privacy Experiences

−0.127

0.192

−0.101

0.228

 Privacy Concern Type

0.013

0.23

0.121

0.261

 Age (years)

0.091

0.076

0.126

0.089

 Gender (males)

0.536

0.473

0.763

0.548

 Education

−0.293

0.176

−0.298

0.203

Log Likelihood

122.512

 

97.455

 

Nagelkerke R2

0.477

 

0.622

 

Omnibus Model χ2

60.953**

 

86.011**

 

* p < 0.05; ** p < 0.01; *** p < 0.001; N = 143;

0 = Push, 1 = Pull; †† 0 = Absent, 1 = Present

The original article has been corrected.

Notes

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© Institute of Applied Informatics at University of Leipzig 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Business, Economics and LawTechnische Universität DarmstadtDarmstadtGermany

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