M. Antoine Harfouche

Enseignant-chercheur / Enseignante-chercheuse

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Dr. Antoine Harfouche is an Associate Professor of Information Systems (IS) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) at University Paris Nanterre where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in various areas, including IS, AI, Big Data, and Quantitative Methods. Dr. Harfouche has contributed to the IS & AI community through his excellent teaching, cutting-edge research, and outstanding service. He was awarded the AIS Sandra Slaughter Outstanding Service Award in 2020. Dr. Harfouche completed his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Management Information Systems at Paris Dauphine University FR) / PhD done in collaboration with Georgia State University. Dr. Harfouche’s research primarily examines how IS and AI impact individuals, organizations, countries, and societies in general. His publications appeared in peer-reviewed journals (e.g., International Journal of Information Management, Industrial Management & Data Systems, the Annals of Operation Research, Information Systems Frontiers, Trends in Biotechnology, Trends in Biotechnology, Information Technology and People, Journal of Global Information Management, Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, Informatics, Recherche et Applications en Marketing, Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization) and renowned conference proceedings (e.g., ICIS, PACIS, AMCIS, ICTO, MCIS, MENACIS, AIM, LCIS). He is also a member of the editorial advisory board of the Journal of Enterprise Information Management. Throughout his career, Dr. Harfouche has obtained a considerable amount of funding - above 2 million dollars - from the French Research Council (ANR) and the European ERANSMUS+. In the ANR SCHOPPER project (ANR-DS0701/2016), he designed a new AI framework called Informed AI, in which human input is considered as an inextricable part of AI applications. In the ERASMUS+ project VRAILEXIA, Dr. Harfouche has co-designed a strategic partnership project called “Partnership outside of the box: integrating artificial intelligence tools with Virtual reality to support higher education students with dyslexia.” This innovative project was given a score of 98 out of 100 by the ERASMUS+ agency, thus achieved first place in 2020.

Discipline(s)

Économie et sciences de gestion

Thèmes de recherche

Research interests

1. Responsible, Explainable, & Informed Artificial Intelligence  and Knowledge integration & creation
2. ICT4D: Information and Communication Technologies for Development
3. Information Systems and Public Management
 
1. Responsible, Explainable, & Informed Artificial Intelligence

JOHNSON, M., ALBIZRI, A., HARFOUCHE A., & FOSSO-WAMBA, S., (2022). « Integrating Human Domain Knowledge into Artificial Intelligence: Informed Artificial Intelligence ». International Journal of Information Management, 64, In Press, (FNEGE 2; SJR=2.77, Q1 in Artificial Intelligence, A* journal in the ABDC list)

JOHNSON, M., ALBIZRI, A. HARFOUCHE A., & TUTUN S., (2021). « Digital Transformation to Mitigate Emergency Situations: Increasing Opioid Overdose Survival Rates through Explainable Artificial Intelligence ». Industrial Management & Data Systems, Accepted Paper, In Press, (FNEGE 3; SJR=0.99; Q1 in Information Systems, A journal in the ABDC list)

ALNSOUR Y., JOHNSON, M., ALBIZRI, A. and HARFOUCHE, A. (2022), “Predicting Patient Length of Stay Using Artificial intelligence (AI) to Assist Health Care Professionals in Resource Planning and Scheduling Decisions”, Journal of Global Information Management, 30(8),  In Press (FNEGE 3, A journal in the ABDC list).

Tutun, S., Tosyali, A., Sangrody, H., Khasawneh, M., Johnson, M., Albizri, A., Harfouche A. (2022), « Artificial intelligence in energy industry: forecasting electricity consumption through cohort intelligence & adaptive neural fuzzy inference system », Journal of Business Analytics, ahead-of-print, https://doi.org/10.1080/2573234X.2022.2046514
 
JOHNSON, M., ALBIZRI, A. and HARFOUCHE A. (2021), « Responsible Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Predicting and Preventing Insurance Claim Denials for Economic and Social Wellbeing ». Frontiers in Information Systems, Accepted Paper, In Press. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10796-021-10137-5 (FNEGE 3; SJR=1.02; Q1 in Information Systems and in Computer Science Applications, A journal in the ABDC list) 

TARHINI, A., DANACH, K., HARFOUCHE A. (2020), « Swarm Intelligence-based Hyper-heuristic for the Vehicle Routing Problem with Prioritized Customers ». Annals of Operations Research, 308, pp. 549–570 (2022). (CNRS 2, SJR = 1.08, Q1 in Decision Science & in Operation Research, A journal in the ABDC list).

ALJABBOULI, H., ALBIZRI, A. and HARFOUCHE A. (2020), « Tree-Based Algorithm for Stable and Efficient Data Clustering ». Informatics, 7 (38). 
 
HARFOUCHE, A., et al. (2019). « Accelerating Climate Resilient Plant Breeding by Applying Next-Generation Artificial Intelligence ». Trends in Biotechnology, 37(11), pp. 1217-1235. (SJR=3.48, Q1 in Biotechnology).

SABA, M., BOU SABA, P., HARFOUCHE, A., (2018). « Hidden facets of IT projects are revealed only after deployment. The case of French agricultural cooperatives ». Information Technology and People, 31(1), pp. 239-255. (CNRS 3; SJR=0.83, Q1 in Information Systems and in Computer Science Applications, A journal in the ABDC list).

Harfouche, A. Quinio, B., Skandrani, S., Marciniak, R. (2017), « A Framework for Artificial Knowledge Creation in Organizations, » Thirty eighth International Conference on Information Systems ICIS2017, Seoul.

Editorials :

Harfouche, A., Saba, P., Aoun, G., Wamba, SF. (2022). « Guest editorial: Cutting-edge technologies for the development of Asian countries ». Journal of Asia Business Studies, 16 (2), 225-229 (Q1 in Econometrics).
 
Tarhini, A, Harfouche, A, De Marco, M (2022). « Artificial Intelligence-Based Digital Transformation for Sustainable Societies: The Prevailing Effect of COVID-19 Crises », Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 14 (2), 1. DOI:10.17705/1pais.14201


2. ICT4D: Information and Communication Technologies for Development

HARFOUCHE, A., ARIDA, J., AOUN G. (2020), “Transformational Process of the Implementation of an Information System Dispositive in an Organization: The Role of Power and Interests from an Institutional Perspective”, ICT for an Inclusive World, vol 35, Pages: 453-466

Harfouche, A, J Arida, MAB El Rassi, PB Saba, M  Saba, (2020) “Success and Failure of the Institutionalization of IS Dispositives Within Organizations: The Effect of External Pressures and the Role of Actors”, ICT for an Inclusive World, vol 35, pages 439-452

Baghdadi, Y, A Harfouche, M Musso, (2020) ICT for an Inclusive World, Lecture Note in Information Systems and Organisation, Vol 35, Springer International Publishing

Saba, PB, M Saba, A Harfouche (2019) “Identifying Disguised Objectives of IT Deployment Through Action Research”,  ICT for a Better Life and a Better World, Vol 30, pages 69-82

Baghdadi, Y, Harfouche, A, (2019). ICT for a Better Life and a Better World, Lecture Note in Information Systems and Organisation, Vol 30, Springer International Publishing.

HARFOUCHE, A., EZZEDDINE, S., and KOSREMELLI-ASMAR, M. (2016). “Religiosity, Hedonism, Social image and E-banking acceptance in Lebanon”, In F. D'Ascenzo et al. (eds.), Blurring the Boundaries Through Digital Innovation, Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation, Vol. 19, pp 187-201.

RICCIARDI, F, HARFOUCHE A. (2016), Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society, Series: Lecture Note in Information Systems and Organisation,Springer, Vol. 15,

POUJOL, F. J., HARFOUCHE, A., PEZET, E., (2016). « The mediation effect of the perceived ethical climate of the sales contest on the impact of salespeople’s status aspiration and competitiveness on their unethical behavior in the Banking Sector », Recherche et Application en Marketing (RAM), 31(2), 23-42 (CNRS 2).

EL RASSI, MAB, & HARFOUCHE, A (2016), “ e-Business Assimilation Levels in Lebanon”, In Ricciardi F. Harfouche, A. Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society, Lecture Note in Information Systems and Organisation, Springer, Vol. 15, pp. 141-160.


3. Public Management and Information Systems

HARFOUCHE A., & ROBBIN, A. (2015). "E-Government Implementation in Developing Countries", In Lapo Mola, Ferdinando Pennarola, Stefano Za, From Information to Smart Society: Environment, Politics and Economics, Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation, Springer, Vol 5, pp. 315-327.

HARFOUCHE, A., ROBBIN, A. (2013), « e-Government », In Wiley Encyclopedia of Management, Volume 7, Management Information Systems, 3d Edition. Straub, Detmar W., editor; Cooper, Cary L., editor of compilation; Welke, Richard J., editor John Wiley & Sons, 2014

HARFOUCHE, A., ROBBIN, A. (2012), « Inhibitors and Enablers of Public E-services in Lebanon », Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 24(3), 45-68 (FNEGE 3, SJR H Index 30, Q2 in Strategy and Management). 

HARFOUCHE, A. (2010), « The Same Wine but in New Bottles: Public E-Services Divide and Low Citizens' Satisfaction: An Example from Lebanon », International Journal of Electronic Government Research, 6(3), pp. 73-105. (SJR Q2 in Social Sciences & in Computer Networks and Communications, and in e-learning)

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