The title of Nisreen's thesis is 'Arab Users' Acceptance and Use of Mobile Phones'.
Her research investigates factors related to mobile phone adoption and use in the Arab countries. In addition, the research investigates issues related to the operations of telecommunication companies in these countries. The research requires the use of different types of data and the use of different methods to analyse the collected data. The results of this research are expected to be significant for telecommunication companies operating in this region as well as Information Systems researchers. Nisreen's research is supervised by Dr Rob Willis.
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Ameen, N., Willis, R. (2014) ‘Arab users acceptance and use of technology’ Presented in Lord Aschcroft International Business School SCRUM Event, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK
Ameen, N., Willis, R. and Brychan, T. (2015) ‘Mobile adoption in the Arab countries: a conceptual framework’, UKAIS Conference proceedings, Oxford University, UK
Ameen, N. And Willis, R. (2015) ‘The effect of cultural values on technology adoption in the Arab countries’; International Conference of Information Systems proceedings, Dubai, UAE
Ameen, N. and Willis, R. (2015) ‘The effect of cultural values on technology adoption in the Arab countries’; International Journal of Information Systems, Vol (4), pp.1-7
Ameen, N. and Willis, R. (2015) ‘The use of mobile phones to support women’s entrepreneurship in the Arab countries’ The Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) conference proceedings, Glasgow, UK
Ameen, N. and Willis, R. (2015) ‘Current and future challenges facing mobile phone use in the Arab world’ [under review-The Journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media]