Research Handbook on Information Systems and the Environment

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Research Handbook on Information Systems and the Environment

9781802201857 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Vanessa A. Cooper, Professor of Information Systems, Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics, RMIT University, Australia, Johann J. Kranz, Professor of Digital Services and Sustainability, School of Management, University of Munich, Germany, Saji K. Mathew, Professor of Information Systems, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India and Richard T. Watson, Regents Professor & J. Rex Fuqua Distinguished Chair for Internet Strategy, Department of Management Information Systems, University of Georgia, US
Publication Date: July 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80220 185 7 Extent: c 400 pp
This comprehensive Research Handbook provides international perspectives on the role of information systems in environmental sustainability, drawing on ground-breaking research from leading scholars to predict future trends. Presenting in-depth studies which utilise a diverse range of research approaches and methods, this insightful Handbook provides a thorough examination of information systems research on environmental sustainability.

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This comprehensive Research Handbook provides international perspectives on the role of information systems in environmental sustainability, drawing on groundbreaking research from leading scholars to predict future trends.

This Research Handbook presents in-depth studies on green information systems which utilise a diverse range of approaches and methods, including reviews of previous literature, experimental studies, surveys, and interviews. Chapters focus on the development and promotion of energy informatics, the use of digital technologies in the implementation of a circular economy, and the role of information systems in supporting the integration of renewable energy. This Research Handbook further analyses the ways in which digital nudging, demand response, and the impact of psychological ownership can influence consumer behaviour and encourage sustainable consumption.

Tackling the issues facing information systems and the environment on an individual, organisational, and societal scale, this Research Handbook will be crucial reading for students and scholars in business ethics, environmental management, information systems, and management and sustainability. It will also be beneficial for practitioners in business management and corporate social responsibility who are interested in environmental sustainability.
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