Déterminants du développement du porte-monnaie électronique: Analyse Théorique et empirique: l’exemple Moneo
[Electronic wallet development determinants:Theoretical and empirical analysis: Moneo in France]
AbstractThis work exposes the nature of electronic money and analyses the development potential of the French experience Moneo. Our study shows the unsufficient capacity of the model itself to reach 500 million transactions, seen as a mature market.
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Date of creation: 2003
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Electronic money; electronic purse; France;
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