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1st Edition

Big Data for Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development




ISBN 9780367546632
Published December 22, 2021 by CRC Press
222 Pages 28 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book provides insight for researchers and decision-makers on the application of data in the entrepreneurship and sustainable development sector. This book covers how Big Data for Industry 4.0 and entrepreneurship are effective in resolving business, social, and economic problems.

The book discusses how entrepreneurs use Big Data to cut costs and minimize the waste of time. It offers how using Big Data can increase efficiency, enables the studying of competitors, can improve the pricing of products, increase sales and loyalty, and can ensure the right people are hired. The book presents how decision-makers can make use of Big Data to resolve economic and social problems. Analyze the development of the economy and enhance the business climate.

This book is for researchers, PhD students, and entrepreneurs and can also be of interest for transforming governments as well as businesses.

Table of Contents

1. Entrepreneurship and social innovation in big data era: a particular focus on the Internet of Things. 2. Big Data for Entrepreneurship towards CSR and Sustainable Development. 3. Finance, Digital Disruption, and Sustainability: Issues, Challenges, and Future Directions. 4. Disruptive Financial Innovation and Big Data implications in Digital Finance. 5. Cybersecurity Aids Financial Institutions Performance. 6. Sustainability Oriented Cost Management Tools and Big Data Analytics: An Organizing Framework for Enhancing Sustainable Decision Making. 7. Industry 4.0 and Digital Supply Chain Management: ERP-SCM Implementation. 8. New forms of effective collaboration: how to enhance big data for innovative ideas in the online environment. 9. Rethinking tourism entrepreneurship amidst COVID-19 through the lens of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Analytics. 10. The New Trends Technology of Entrepreneurship in the Incubators: a case study of Cyber-Parc Sidi Abdallah.

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Editor(s)

Biography

Mohammed El Amine Abdelli is a Researcher at the University of Western Brittany and the Technical University of Cartagena. He is a member at Western Economics and Management Laboratory LEGO and an Researcher at the University of Salamanca (Spain). El Amine’s research interests focus on big data, entrepreneurship, governance, innovation, and sustainable development. He is an editor of several books. He was a guest editor of 11 high-quality journals (Scopus) and has published 15 papers between chapters and articles. He is an invited speaker in international universities and an academic member of a committee member of several international. He is an editorial board member of over 20 indexed journals (Scopus).

Wissem Ajili-Ben Youssef is an Assistant Professor in Economics and International Finance at the ESLSCA Paris Business School (France). Wissem Ajili’s main research interests are the political economy of sovereign debt and international crisis management: economic and institutional approaches for public debt management, sovereign debt default, sovereign debt auditing, public debt viability, and the new approaches for sovereign debt management, mainly social and environmental sustainability. She is also interested in risk management, emerging risks (cyber-risk & climatic risk), derivatives (insurancelinked securities), digital disruptions in finance (fintech, blockchain, cryptocurrencies.), and Islamic finance. Wissem Ajili is a member of the scientific board of the Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, a reviewer in the African Development Review, in the Business and Management Research Journal, and the Net Journal of Business Management. Dr. Ajili has presented her research findings in many international conferences such as the American Association’s Annual Meeting and the Canadian Economics Association’s Annual Meeting.

Uğur Özgöker, Former Rector, the American University of Cyprus Özgöker served as Manager of Kadir Has University’s Rectorate European Union Research and Application Center, Head of Social Sciences Institute International Relations and Globalization Master Program, Board Member of the Faculty of Law and Faculty Member of the International Relations department of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences. Furthermore, he assumed the Turkey Co-coordinator duty of the joint Executive MBA Program between Fordham University in New York and Kadir Has University. Özgöker worked as Board Member of the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, International Relations Department Head and Lecturer of Political Science and Public Administration at Girne American University between 2010 and 2011. He has been appointed as the RECTOR and Member of the Board of Trustees at the American University of Cyprus, effective from 2018. Besides being Rector, he is the Dean of Law Faculty and Head of IR Department at the Political Sciences Faculty of the American University of Cyprus. Özgöker also served as the editor of 55 books. He presented several papers in local and international academic meetings and published several academic articles. He currently works as Head of International Relations Department, Director of International Office and ERASMUS Institutional Coordinator of Istanbul Arel University, and Full Profesor of National Defence University.

Imen Ben Slimene is an Assistant Professor in Finance and Accounting at the Upper-Alsace University-UHA (France). She is currently Head of the International Business Management program at the Upper-Alsace University, Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg Lörrach—DHBW (Germany) and the Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz— FHNW in Basel (Switzerland). She holds a PhD in Business Administration (Accounting) from Grenoble Alps University. Dr. Ben Slimene research interests are in financial reporting, corporate governance, and audit regulation. She is particularly interested in how economic, behavioral, regulatory, and political factors affect management decision-making processes. Her research has been funded by the order of the Accountant, the French National Association of Chartered Accountants, and the Francophone Association of Accounting. She is also interested in risk management, digital disruptions in accounting and finance (fintech, blockchain, cryptocurrencies), and Islamic finance. Imen Ben Slimene is a member of the scientific board of the Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, a reviewer in many journals. Dr. Ben Slimene’s research findings have been presented at numerous conferences such as the European Accounting Association conference, the American Accounting Association conference, and the European Auditing Research Network.