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    Dr Amy Nwanekezie started her academic career at the University of Hertfordshire as an Accounting and finance student. She went ahead to acquire her PhD in Management Studies from the University of Hertfordshire where she made an academic contribution by providing an understanding of the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the UK economy. Dr Amy has also attained expertise in the non-adopters and adopters research area that has led her to understand the digital divide where her research influence lies. For this, she has used classic Information Systems area theories such as the Technology Acceptance Model and Unified Theory for the Use and Acceptance of Technology and Diffusion of Innovations theory as well as Theory of Planned Behaviour that has led to some publications in Online Social Networks, digital divide and Electronic Government. This interest is maintained and updated by her being a peer reviewer and associate editor in European Conference of Information Systems (ECIS).

    Her research interest lies in

    • Understanding social inclusion and innovations in the use of ICT
    • Digital divide
    • Innovation
    • Sustainability in online communication platforms


    Education/Academic qualification

    Management sciences, Doctorate, University of Hertfordshire

    Award Date: 1 Jul 2019

    Accounting & Financial Management, MSc, MSc Accounting & Finance, University of Hertfordshire

    Award Date: 25 Nov 2011

    Accounting & Finance, Degree, University of Hertfordshire

    Award Date: 9 Jul 2010


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