Information Technology Ethics: Concepts and Practices in the Digital World
This book focuses on how human interactions with technology and information systems could have important ethical implications for both businesses and society at large. By debating issues such as a law for robots, digital healthcare, and codes of conduct in the educational sector, this volume provides provocative insights which challenge students, scholars and anyone concerned with information in society to think critically and draw their own conclusions. Throughout the chapters brought together here, the authors offer relevant theoretical and empirical contributions, which relate to a variety of academic fields, including philosophy, law and management sciences. The subjects covered in the book will also appeal to a large audience from the human, social and economic sciences.
Hajer Kefi, PhD, is an Associate Professor in Management Science at the University of Paris Descartes. Her research interests include technology and information systems (IS/IT) evaluation, IS/IT ethics, IS/IT offshoring and strategic alignment, and social media and digital marketing. She received a PhD degree in Management Science from the University of Paris Dauphine and a post-doctoral degree in Research Supervision (HDR) from the University of Paris Sud, France. She is the recipient of the award for the best dissertation in Management Information Systems in France in 2002. Dr Hajer Kefi has published over 50 studies, including a book and several chapters, and numerous research articles in scientific journals such as the Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS), Management International, Information Resources Management Journal, and Communication of the AIS.
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