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The rise of the "next-generation bar code" : An international RFID adoption study

Frederic Thiesse, Thorsten Staake, Patrick Schmitt & Elgar Fleisch

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abstract Purpose: The present study is concerned with the determinants of RFID adoption among a group of early standards adopters. Despite the extensive discussion of the technological characteristics and expected benenfits of fRFID in the literature, only little is known about the drivers and barriers of RFID implementations in practice. This holds particularly for the later stages of the adoption process after an initial decision in favor of the technology was made. This paper aims to fill this gap by an analysis of a set of factors on the adoption of RFID, which have been shown to be relevant of the adoption of other forms of IT, such as ERP systems and EDI.
   
type journal paper
   
keywords Radio frequency identification, Electronic product code, IT adoption, Diffusion of innovations, Standards
   
language English
kind of paper journal article
date of appearance 20-9-2011
journal Supply Chain Management
publisher Emerald Group Publishing Limited (Bingley, UK (GB))
ISSN 1359-8546
ISSN (online) 1758-6852
DOI 10.1108/13598541111155848
volume of journal 16
number of issue 5
page(s) 328-345
review external review
   
profile area SoM - Business Innovation
citation Thiesse, F., Staake, T., Schmitt, P., & Fleisch, E. (2011). The rise of the "next-generation bar code": An international RFID adoption study. Supply Chain Management, 16(5), 328-345, DOI:10.1108/13598541111155848.