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Laboratoire en Innovation, Technologies, Economie et Management

Présentation du laboratoire

Le LITEM est un centre de recherche multidisciplinaire, ancré dans les sciences de gestion et les sciences économiques. Son objectif est de comprendre les transformations et les exigences d'un monde complexe et incertain, et d'accompagner les acteurs économiques et parties prenantes. Les axes de recherche du LITEM incluent le Management de l'innovation, la Transformation des systèmes d'information, le Marketing digital, la Finance, et le Management responsable et l'éthique des organisations.

Les 20 dernières publications

Titre Auteurs Date de publication Source
On entrepreneurial decision logics under conditions of uncertainty: an attempt to advance the current debate David J. Rapp 01/12/2020 Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
SMEs embedded in collaborative innovation networks: How to measure their absorptive capacity? Lamiae Benhayoun 01/10/2020 Technological Forecasting and Social Change
Green technological diversification of European ICT firms: a patent-based analysis Müge Özman 17/08/2020 Economics of Innovation and New Technology
Artificially Intelligent or Humanly Artificial?: Examining User Engagement in AI Tools Anuragini Shirish 19/06/2020 SIGMIS-CPR 2020 - Proceedings of the 2020 Computers and People Research Conference
Risk-based performance evaluation of improvement strategies for sustainable e-waste management Bhumika Gupta 01/04/2020 Resources, Conservation and Recycling
The paths of internationalization of chinese innovative firms Liliana Mitkova, Hongping Du 01/03/2020 Sustainability (Switzerland)
Examining the Relationship between Social Media Analytics Practices and Business Performance in the Indian Retail and IT Industries: The Mediation Role of Customer Engagement Bhumika Gupta, Sam Dzever 01/06/2020 International Journal of Information Management
Can Technology Be Leveraged for Bridging the Rural-Urban Divide? Anuragini Shirish 01/01/2020 Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
Understanding entrepreneurial academics ‐ how they perceive their environment differently Todd Davey 06/06/2020 Journal of Management Development
Does enterprise architecture support customer experience improvement? Towards a conceptualization in digital transformation context Saïd Assar, Mouaad Hafsi 01/01/2020 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Eugen Schmalenbach, Austrian economics, and German business economics David J. Rapp 01/01/2020 Review of Austrian Economics
Microfinance institutions, banking, growth and transmission channel: A GMM panel data analysis from developing countries Jean Michel Banto 01/02/2021 Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance
A Systematic Literature Review of Blockchain-Enabled Smart Contracts: Platforms, Languages, Consensus, Applications and Choice Criteria Saïd Assar, Samya Dhaiouir 01/01/2020 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
The adoption of online e-waste collection platform to improve environmental sustainability: an empirical study of Chinese millennials Bhumika Gupta 14/08/2020 Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal
Self-Building Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Empower Big Data Analytics in Smart Cities Bhumika Gupta 01/01/2020 Information Systems Frontiers
On predictive entrepreneurial action in uncertain, ill-structured conditions David J. Rapp 01/01/2020 Review of Managerial Science
Measuring the perceived benefits of implementing blockchain technology in the banking sector Bhumika Gupta 01/02/2021 Technological Forecasting and Social Change
“Smoke on the beach”: on the use of economic vs behavioral policies to reduce environmental pollution by cigarette littering Grazia Cecere 01/01/2020 Economia Politica
Network model of mental disorders: Application and interest in post-stroke depression Camille Vansimaeys 01/01/2020 Encephale