Revue de thèse
Revue de la thèse de Amélie Bohas, « Vers une analyse de la relation systèmes d’information, développement durable et responsabilité sociale d’entreprise : l’adoption et l’évaluation du Green IT », soutenue le 9 décembre 2013 à Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, sous la direction de M. Laïd Bouzidi, Professeur des Universités (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3).
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