How Mobile Payment Applications Will Change Consumer Shopping Behaviors

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How Mobile Payment Applications Will Change Consumer Shopping Behaviors
Abstract
Mobile payment is becoming more of a focus in development of technological options for consumption, and is being widely adopted in Europe and Asia, but not in the United States. Security concerns, privacy concerns and low uptake among retailers, as well as a lack of core standards for the technology, have led to this failure. Although demographic data has shown that consumers will eventually adopt this form of payment in the US, it is not clear what the impact will be in the near future. The purpose of this research paper is to determine how consumer shopping behaviors in the US will change with the introduction of mobile payment applications. This paper will...
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