Accepted papers

  1. Thabo Gopane (University of Johannesburg, South Africa). Evaluating the Likelihood of Financial Inclusion in e Banking: using Bivariate Sample Selection Probit Model
  2. Tasnime Omrani, Rhouma Rhouma and Layth Sliman (ENIT, University Tunis El Manar, Tunisia & EFREI, Paris, France). Lightweight cryptography for resource-constrained devices: A comparative study and Rectangle attacked
  3. Marwa El Abri, Philippe Leray and Nadia Essoussi (ISG, University of Tunis, Tunisia & Polytechnique Nantes, France). DAPER joint learning from partially structured Graph Databases
  4. Rihab Mhimed and Meriam Belkhir (FSEGS, University of Sfax, Tunisia). The role of content marketing strategies in traffic generation: A conceptual model development
  5. Emna Haddar and Meriam Belkhir (FSEGS, University of Sfax, Tunisia). Nonprofit practices in the new age of social media: A qualitative study of donors' receptivity
  6. Rabii El Beji, Saidi Marwa, Houcemeddine Hermassi and Rhouma Rhouma (ENIT, University Tunis El Manar, Tunisia). An Improved CNN Steganalysis Architecture based on Catalyst Kernels and Transfer Learning
  7. Ons Jabnoun, Hadhemi Achour and Kaouther Nouira (ISG, University of Tunis, Tunisia). An Adverse Drug Events Ontology Population from Text using a Multi-Class SVM based Approach
  8. Jihene El Ouakdi, Khira Alimi and Dorra Guermazi (ESEN, University of Manouba & ISAEG, University of Kairouan, Tunisia). Innovation, Développement Bancaire Et Gouvernance
  9. Inga Fischer (TH Köln, Germany). Exploring Readers' Perception of Professional Blogs
  10. Chaima Chaieb, Hadhemi Achour and Ahmed Ferchichi (ISG, University of Tunis, Tunisia). E-Government and Social Media in Tunisia: An Empirical Analysis
  11. Karima Dhaouadi and Fatma Chichti (ISCAE, University of Manouba, Tunisia). The Competitive Intelligence in the Tunisian Start-up firms of ICT Sector
  12. Rabeb Mbarek and Ibticem Ben Zammel (ISCAE, University of Manouba, Tunisia). E-Learning Effectiveness: a Survey in Two Tunisian Higher Education Establishments Using an Educational Platform
  13. Ibticem Ben Zammel, Tharwa Najar and Afef Belghith (ISCAE, University of Manouba, Tunisia). Determinants of E-Learning Effectiveness; The Case of Tunisian Virtual School of Post Office
  14. Olfa Ammar, Safa Garbout and Imene Trigui (Marketing Research Laboratory, Tunisia). Co-design and chronic regulatory focus: a cross-cultural study and suggestions for future e-marketing practices
  15. Daoud Mezghani Ines and Meddeb Marwa (ISET'COM, Tunisia). Social Marketing in Tunisian public health: Case of Sahtek