Today communication and access to a variety of communication channels, has forced organizations to provide new and efficient services. In the meantime, banks are one of the organizations that have the largest share in the countrychr('39')s economy, so the managers of successful organizations should try to identify the factors affecting the adoption of electronic banking technology. In this research, with a different approach, meta-analysis approach, the factors affecting the adoption of electronic banking technology have been investigated. The statistical population of the study includes all domestic and foreign studies conducted up to the end of 2017 that have examined the factors affecting the adoption of electronic banking technology. The total number of studies and researches collected included 145 studies. According to the standards of meta-analysis approach, 17 studies were excluded and a total of 128 studies were selected. The results showed that technology factors have a positive and significant effect on perceived usefulness, willingness to use technology and use of technology, as well as organizational and social factors on perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, attitude towards technology, willingness to use It has a positive and significant effect on technology and the use of technology, and individual factors have a positive and significant effect on perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, attitude toward technology, and the use of technology. The effect of technology factor variables on perceived ease of use, attitudes toward technology, as well as individual factors on the willingness to use technology was not confirmed.


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