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Author Goldbach, Tobias.

Title Control Modes on Mobile Software Platforms [electronic resource] : Empirical Studies on the Importance of Informal Control.

Published Wiesbaden : Springer Vieweg, 2016.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (124 p.)
Series Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Contents Abstract; Zusammenfassung; Acknowledgments; Table of Contents; List of Tables; List of Figures; List of Abbreviations; 1. Introduction; 1.1 Motivation and Research Questions; 1.2 Theoretical Foundation; 1.2.1 Software Platform Ecosystems; 1.2.2 Control Theory; 1.2.3 Thesis Positioning in IS Governance Research; 1.3 Structure of the Thesis; 2. Control Mechanisms on Software Platforms; 2.1 Software-Plattform Ökosysteme; 2.2 Plattform-Governance und Kontrolltheorie; 2.3 Kontrollmechanismen auf Apples App Store Plattform; 2.4 Laborexperiment zur Bedeutung von Selbstkontrolle
2.5 Erkenntnisse und Empfehlungen3 Formal vs. Self-Control on Software Platforms; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Theoretical Background; 3.2.1 Platform Governance and Control Modes; 3.2.2 Developer Autonomy on Software Platforms; 3.2.3 Developer Behaviors and Performance Outcomes on Software Platforms; 3.3 Hypotheses Development; 3.3.1 Differential Effect Hypotheses; 3.3.2 Mediation Hypotheses; 3.3.3 The Relationship between Development Effort and Application Quality; 3.4 Research Methodology; 3.4.1 Experimental Design, Procedures and Treatments; 3.4.2 Subjects; 3.4.3 Measurement Characteristics
3.4.4 Post-Hoc Assessment: Expert Ratings of Mobile App Quality3.5 Results; 3.5.1 Manipulation Checks and Control Variables; 3.5.2 Comparison of Control Mechanisms' Differential Effects; 3.5.3 Test of the Research Model; 3.6 Discussion; 3.6.1 Implication for theory and practice; 3.6.2 Limitations, Future Research and Conclusion; 4. Informal Control and Intrinsic Motivation on Software Platforms; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Theoretical Background; 4.2.1 Platform Governance and Informal Control Modes; 4.2.2 Third-Party Developers Intrinsic Motivation; 4.3 Research Model and Hypotheses
4.3.1 Informal Control Modes and Intrinsic Motivation4.3.2 Intrinsic Motivation and Developers' Behaviors and Outcomes; 4.4 Research Methodology; 4.4.1 Data collection and Sample Description; 4.4.2 Measurement of Constructs; 4.5 Data Analysis and Results; 4.5.1 Assessment of Measurement Model; 4.5.2 Hypotheses Testing; 4.5.3 Mediation Analysis; 4.6 Discussion and Conclusion; 4.6.1 Theoretical and Practical Implications; 4.6.2 Limitations and Future Work; 4.6.3 Conclusion; 5. Social Capital and Clan Control on Software Platforms; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Theoretical Background
5.2.1 Platform Control and the Conceptualization of Clan Control5.2.2 Social Capital on Software Platforms; 5.3 Research Model and Hypotheses; 5.3.1 Social Capital as Facilitator of Clan Control; 5.3.2 Performance Outcomes of Clan Control; 5.4 Research Methodology; 5.4.1 Data Collection and Sample Description; 5.4.2 Measurement Variables and Model; 5.5 Data Analysis and Results; 5.5.1 Measurement Model Assessment; 5.5.2 Hypotheses Testing; 5.5.3 Post-Hoc Analysis; 5.6 Discussion and Conclusion; 5.6.1 Theoretical and Practical Implications; 5.6.2 Limitations and Future Work; 5.6.3 Conclusion
Notes 6. Thesis Conclusion
Other author SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Control theory.
Computer software.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783658148935 (electronic bk.)
3658148934 (electronic bk.)
9783658148928 (print)