A intenção do consumidor e a economia compartilhada: uma revisão sistemática da literatura
Keywords:Intenção, Economia Compartilhada, Revisão Sistemática da literatura
Objective of the study: To analyze the relationship between the themes Intention and Sharing Economy from a systematic literature review, verifying how the themes are being worked on since the emergence of the phenomenon.
Methodology: A systematic review of the literature on “intention” and “sharing economy” was carried out in the Scopus database, for all years up to 2020. After using some refinement criteria, 84 articles were analyzed.
Originality / Relevance: Even though the literature on intention has been investigated for many years, the particular dynamics of the Sharing Economy phenomenon offers new challenges and research opportunities that bring the need to better understand the relationship between the subjects. That said, this work presents an analysis of this relationship.
Main results: The results reveal that interest in the subjects is recent, which explains the fact that there is no prominent journal or author on the subjects. Despite this, one of the main topics researched was the factors that affect, influence, impact, explain or predict intention. Still, it is seen that most of the studies tend to use the same approaches, whether they are the research of carpool services and shared accommodation, the survey method and the use of TPB and TRA theories, which provides opportunities for research.
Theoretical contributions: The main contribution of this study is the understanding of how the themes “intention” and “sharing economy” have been studied over time, and some research gaps can be observed.
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