Narges Safari

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PhD Scholar, Business Information Systems



  • Master of Information Technology Management
  • Bachelor of Computer Engineering.

Research Summary:

A Brief introduction to my PhD Research

The focus of my research is about social media properties and employee creativity in information systems development. My research involves two stages. The first one is the development of an instrument to measure the perceptions of visibility of knowledge related to social media use. Once this instrument has been validated, the second stage of the research will test the conceptual model and assess its fit to the collected data through structural equation modelling using AMOS Graphics.

Research Supervisor/s
Associate Professor Antonio Díaz Andrade
Associate Professor Angsana A. Techatassanasoontorn


Selected Publications
  1. Safari, N., Safari, F., Kazemi, M., Ahmadi, S., & Hasanzadeh, A. (2015). Prioritisation of cloud computing acceptance indicators using fuzzy AHP. International Journal of Business Information Systems, 19(4), 488-504.
  2. Safari, F., Safari, N., Hasanzadeh, A., & Ghatari, A. R. (2015). Factors affecting the adoption of cloud computing in small and medium enterprises. International Journal of Business Information Systems, 20(1), 116-137.
  3. Safari, F., Safari, N., & Hasanzadeh, A. (2015). The adoption of software-as-a-service (SaaS): ranking the determinants. Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 28(3), 400-422.