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Accepted papers
  • 30 April 2020
  1. Olga Stoianova, Tatiana Lezina and Victoriia Ivanova (Russia). Corporate culture: impact on companies' readiness for digital transformation
  2. Thabo J. Gopane (South Africa). Digitalisation, Productivity, and Measurability of Digital Economy: evidence from BRICS
  3. Nizar Hariri, Raymond Bou Nader and Sarah Haykal (Lebanon). Technological change and the Future of E-Skills in the Engineering and Architecture Education: Lessons from Lebanon
  4. Aletta Klopper, Machdel Matthee and Alta Van der Merwe (South Africa). A Different Enterprise Architecture Project Types
  5. Marc Gebauer, Diana Zeitschel and Cyrine Tangour (Germany). Digital business model innovation in SMEs - Case studies with DIH support from Brandenburg (Germany)
  6. Racquel Antoun-Nakhle, Nizar Hariri and Rim Haidar (Lebanon). Pricing Digital Arts and Culture through PWYW Strategies: A Reconsideration of the Ricardian Theory of Value
  7. Ghassen Bejaoui and Raouia Ayachi (Tunisia). A Trust-based Clustering Approach for Identifying Grey Sheep Users
  8. Lina Shouman and Jamal Chehade (Lebanon). The Effect of Big Data and Analytics on Firm Decision Making: The Case of the Lebanese Financial Sector
  9. Teissir Benslama and Rim Jallouli (Tunisia). Clustering of Social Media Data and Marketing Decisions
  10. Kristian Dokic, Tomislava Lauc and Bojan Radisic (Croatia). Opportunity for video-on-demand services – collecting consumer’s neurophysiology data for recommendation systems improvement
  11. Arij Jmour (Tunisia). « MAN-MACHINE » Interaction: The Determinants Of The Untact Service’s Use
  12. Inès Mestaoui and Mourad Touzani (France). Rethinking travel experience in light of liminality: How Tunisian travelers are managing their connection/disconnection dilemma?
  13. Yoldes Rannen, Norchene Ben Dahmane and Faten Malek (Tunisia-France). Interactivity: A key element for future digital communication
COVID-19 crisis | The ICDEc 2020 format
  • 18 April 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, ICDEc 2020 team has decided to maintain the initial dates of the conference, including the event dates. The first motivation for such a decision, is to honour our commitments toward the authors of the accepted papers. Thus, ICDEc 2020 will be fully organized online. Discussions of the contributions, submissions to the Springer LNBIP volume and publications will be performed on time.

The organisation details of the conference will be announced very soon.