Green IT, China – France: similar reactions?
Based upon a study carried out both in France and in China, this communication aims to answer the following question: Is it useful to invest in Green IT for Universities? This research provides information on the perception of individuals with respect to the label "green" placed on an IT object and also highlights the need to take into account the affective dimension of attitude in the Technology Acceptance Model. Our results may help in investment decisions regarding "green" technology
|Date of creation:||19 May 2010|
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|Publication status:||Published in 15ème Colloque de l'Association Information et Management, May 2010, La Rochelle, France. pp.1-15, 2010|
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