The theory of planned behavior and knowledge sharing: A systematic review and meta-analytic structural equation modelling

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Nguyen, TM
Nham, PT
Hoang, VN
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2019
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Purpose: The theory of planned behavior (TPB) is the most frequently used model in knowledge sharing. However, the empirical results are inconclusive on whether TPB can provide reasonable prediction of knowledge sharing behavior (KSB). This study aims to examine TPB in knowledge sharing and identify potential moderators of relationships among constructs in TPB. Design/methodology/approach: This study conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of 26 studies examining TPB in knowledge sharing. A meta-analytical structural equation model (MASEM) was used to test original and modified TPB models and examine potential moderators. Findings: The results show that attitude has the strongest relationship with intention, followed by perceived behavior control and then subjective norms. Intention shows the strongest association with KSB, followed by perceived behavior control. The moderator roles of culture, economic wealth and information technology support are found in the model. Originality/value: This study is the first attempt to provide a systematic review and MASEM in TPB in knowledge sharing.

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VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems
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49
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1
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Nguyen, TM; Nham, PT; Hoang, VN, The theory of planned behavior and knowledge sharing: A systematic review and meta-analytic structural equation modelling, VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, 2019, 49 (1), pp. 76-94
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