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Stakeholders Perspective and Ethics in Financial Information Systems

  • Guillaume Biot-Paquerot

    (La Rochelle Business School and CEREGE, France)

  • Amir Hasnaoui

    (La Rochelle Business School and TELECOM & Management SudParis, France)

In the current context, the safety and security of financial information system (FIS) is the concern of every stakeholder. In order to solve the problem, most research only focuses on the technical and technological issues, omitting the ethical issues and the role of all stakeholders. The importance tied to the integration of new partners by incorporating all stakeholders with different and various objectives and interests implies a new understanding of the FIS. The stakes require financial information sharing among all stakeholders and the safeguarding of sensitive information and its appropriate use within the e-environment.

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Volume (Year): 7 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
Pages: 59-70

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