Nessrine Omrani

Nessrine Omrani
Paris School of Business · Department of Digital Entrepreneurship and Society

Ph.D. HDR in Economics and Management of Digital Transformation

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Introduction
Nessrine Omrani is Full Professor of Economics and Management of Digital Transformation at Paris School of Business. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Unievrsity of Paris-Saclay and a post-doctoral degree (HDR) from the University of Paris-Est. Before, she held a Post-Doctoral Researcher position at Ecole Polytechnique of Paris and Associate Professor positions at the University of Panthéon Assas, and other institutions.
Additional affiliations
October 2012 - August 2015
École Polytechnique
Position
  • Research Associate
September 2009 - August 2010
Université Paris Nanterre
Position
  • Research Assistant
September 2009 - August 2012
Université Panthéon-Assas Paris 2
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
September 2008 - September 2012
Université Paris-Sud 11
Field of study
  • Economics

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Publications (25)
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This paper provides a description of the crowdfunding sector, considering investment based crowdfunding platforms as well as platforms in which funders do not obtain monetary payments. It lays out key features of this quickly developing sector and explores the economic forces at play that can explain the design of these platforms. In particular, it...
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Innovation and information technology (IT) are critical to effective knowledge management (KM) This study examines the effects of innovation on small- and medium-sized enterprise (SME) internationalization and the direct and moderating impacts of information and knowledge circulation during ITadoption. The primary data consists of a survey of 612 G...
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This article investigates the links between privacy experience, privacy perception, political ideology and online privacy concern associated with data collection. We use data collected in 2010 that includes more than 14,000 Internet users from 26 European countries. Our results show that there are several (individual, contextual and macro) aspects...
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The concept of privacy concerns is a debated topic both at a European level and in individual countries. This paper investigates the role of online privacy literacy (OPL) as a determinant of Internet users’ concerns about their privacy. It focuses on Internet users’ knowledge about privacy rights and protective strategies, outlining privacy concern...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) characterizes a new generation of technologies capable of interacting with the environment and aiming to simulate human intelligence. The success of integrating AI into organizations critically depends on workers' trust in AI technology. Trust is a central component of the interaction between people and AI, as incorrect...
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In this paper, we study the relationship between geographic distance, asymmetric information and the success of crowdfunding campaigns. For this purpose, we collect data from the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform from 2012 to 2013. The sample contains 9,146 projects financed by more than 300,000 funders in 165 countries. An ordinary least squares (...
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Using employer–employee data, this article studies the relationships between the bundle of human resource management (HRM) practices and job satisfaction. By simultaneously integrating employee HRM exposure and HRM perception, which remains scarce in the literature, the authors find that a high HRM exposure is not sufficient to improve job satisfac...
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This article provides new evidence on various factors that affect residential energy consumption in France. We model the consumption of residential energy in dwellings and apply a bottom-up statistical approach. Our quantile regression model uses an innovative variable selection method via the adaptive elastic net regularization technique. The empi...
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There has been increased research interest in senior entrepreneurs and their potential contribution to the global economy. Nevertheless, the extant literature on senior entrepreneurship is often limited to considering some individual factors of entrepreneurship behavior without considering other factors linked to seniors’ environment. In this paper...
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There is a growing population of healthy older people with the skills, financial resources and time available to contribute to economic activity in Europe. The proportion of people over age 55 was 30% in 2010 in Europe and is expected to be approximately 37% by 2030. However, few older people are involved in entrepreneurship, particularly women. T...
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This article investigates the individual, contextual and macro antecedents affecting online privacy concern in a unique framework. We use a dataset collected in 2010 that includes more than 14,000 Internet users from 26 European countries. Based on the APCO model, we examine the variables associated with the probability of being concerned about the...
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This article investigates the individual, contextual and macro antecedents affecting online privacy concern in a unique framework. We use a dataset collected in 2010 that includes more than 14,000 Internet users from 26 European countries. Based on the APCO model, we examine the variables associated with the probability of being concerned about the...
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Existing evidence on Human Resource Management (HRM) strategy has been limited to separate analyses of the relationship between exposure to or participation in HRM and employee attitudes which affect overall firm performance. This paper is the first to integrate the two perspectives in a single analysis. Using employer-employee matched data with bo...
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Driven by ICT, universities are changing in depth the nature and forms of learning processes, which are intended to prepare students to a better entry into the labour market. In this paper, we focus on the evolution of students’ use of ICT in such an institution characterized by organizational changes and we analyse the determinants of students’ e-...
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This paper provides a description of the crowdfunding sector, considering investment-based crowdfunding platforms as well as platforms in which funders do not obtain monetary payments. It lays out key features of this quickly developing sector and explores the economic forces at play that can explain the design of these platforms. In particular, it...
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Several studies of innovative work practices show a positive link with firm performance and employees’ task involvement, organizational commitment and citizenship behaviours. One of the recent changes faced by firms is the introduction of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). Although several empirical studies analyse the links between...
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This article investigates the relationships between Information Technologies (IT), new organizational practices and workers’ contextual performance in the European context. Our empirical results are based on data about more than 11 000 employees from 16 European countries in 2005 and more than 16 000 in 2010. First, our results underline asymmetric...
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How does computer and Internet use affect the workers' behaviours within the firm? To address this question, we consider various measures of contextual performance as indicators of the behaviour of the workers within the firm. We analyze the link between Intensity of usage of Computer and Internet and Workers' Contextual Performance in Europe. Base...
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Driven by Information Technologies (IT), universities are making in depth changes to the nature and form of learning processes, which are intended to better prepare students for entry into the labour market. In this paper, we focus on the evolution of students’ use of IT in an institution characterized by organizational changes, and we analyse the...
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Driven by ICT, universities are changing in depth the nature and forms of learning processes, which are intended to prepare students to a better entry into the labour market. In this paper, we focus on the evolution of students' use of ICT in such an institution characterized by organizational changes and we analyse the determinants of students' e-...

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While most policy-makers think that “digital divides” and related inequalities are growing and will constitute a real threat to their economies, in a post-pandemic era there is a need for researchers to provide well-assessed analysis of such assertions and discuss to what extent these fears are justified. https://www.mdpi.com/journal/information/special_issues/digital_transformation_dividends This Special Issue welcomes theoretical and practical analyses of the different levels of digital divides (access, use, skills…) for different actors (individuals, workers, firms, regions, countries…). It aims to understand the structural/marginal changes in the trend of the digitalization of countries or regions and to characterize the different levels of the digital divides.