Entries by Zoltán Rózsa

Generation Z’s perception of privacy on social media: Examining the impact of personalized advertising, interpersonal relationships, reference group dynamics, social isolation, and anxiety on self-disclosure willingness

Research background Consumers frequently exchange personal data for limited benefits from digital services, despite privacy concerns. This data enables digital providers to tailor content and enhance marketing communication, and digital services’ effectiveness and efficiency. Purpose of the article Utilizing the principles of privacy calculus theory, this study aims to identify how attitudes towards advertising (ATT), […]

President appoints 39 new university professors

Slovak President Zuzana Čaputová appointed 39 new university professors on Tuesday. She handed over the appointment decrees to them at the Presidential Palace. List of appointed professors of higher education institutions Kamil Biringer, gynecology and obstetrics Ondrej Blažo, international law Eduard Burda, criminal law Radoslav Delina, finance, banking and investing Anton Dzian, surgery Vladimír Ferianec, […]

Assessing the role of FinTech in entrepreneurial ecosystems at the international level

The goal of the present research was to assess the role of FinTech progress in the enhancement of entrepreneurial ecosystems at the country level for ten European countries within four-time intervals of 2011, 2014, 2017, and 2021. Thus, the research plan involved an empirical approach that utilized twenty-five and six variables to create the consolidated […]

Consumers’ intentions to utilize smartphone diet applications: an integration of the privacy calculus model with self-efficacy, trust and experience

Purpose  The purpose of this study is to investigate the determinants of behavioral intention to use smartphone diet applications within the emerging market. Specifically, it focuses on the Privacy Calculus Model constructs, encompassing perceived risk and perceived benefit, as well as the pivotal elements of trust and self-efficacy. It also explores the moderating influence of […]

Fostering circular economy through open innovation: Insights from multiple case study

This study represents an empirical, comprehensive investigation of two different inter-organizational collaborative approaches, offering a novel perspective on collaborative circular business models in the modern economy. In this vein, we explore how open innovation strategies foster the implementation of circular economy practices within a circular supply chain and a circular ecosystem. In addition, we identify […]

Building a knowledge sharing climate amid shadows of sabotage: a microfoundational perspective into job satisfaction and knowledge sabotage

Drawing on the microfoundations theory and rational choice sociology, this study aims to investigate knowledge sharing microfoundations through knowledge sabotage behaviours in the workplace. As such, it aims to shed light on the adverse impact of knowledge sabotage on a knowledge-sharing climate. Design/methodology/approach As a quantitative deductive study, it is based on information collected from […]