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Importancia Del Sitio Web En La Banca Online: Influencia Sobre La Confianza / Importance Of Website In The Online Banking: Influence On The Trust


  • López Miguens, M. J.

    () (Universidad de Vigo (España))

  • Rodríguez Comesaña, L.

    () (Universidad de Vigo (España))

  • González Vázquez, E.

    () (Universidad de Vigo (España))


En este trabajo se analiza la incidencia de la calidad del sitio web financiero en la generación de confianza que los usuarios del mismo desarrollan hacia el canal Internet. Se discute, con ese fin, la hipótesis que establece una relación entre ambos constructos y que permitirá comprobar si el diseño, estructura de navegación y la información contenida en el sitio favorecen en el usuario la aparición de la confianza online, entendida ésta en términos de confiabilidad y seguridad y privacidad. Para su contrastación hemos formulado un modelo causal. / This paper examines the impact of the quality of the financial website in the generation of trust that users of the Internet developed into the canal. With this purpose, we discuss the hypothesis that establishes a relationship between both constructs and that it will allow to verify if the design, navigation structure and the information contained on the site favor in the user the appearance of the confidence online, understood this in terms of reliability and safety and privacy. For contrast we have formulated a causal model.

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  • López Miguens, M. J. & Rodríguez Comesaña, L. & González Vázquez, E., 2010. "Importancia Del Sitio Web En La Banca Online: Influencia Sobre La Confianza / Importance Of Website In The Online Banking: Influence On The Trust," Investigaciones Europeas de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (IEDEE), Academia Europea de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (AEDEM), vol. 16(3), pages 85-106.
  • Handle: RePEc:idi:jiedee:v:16:y:2010:i:3:p:85-106

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