Mediterranean conference on information systems

The Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems (MCIS-2008) focuses on the distinctive characteristics and goals of Mediterranean countries concerning the applications of information technologies and information systems. A key objective of this conference is to develop a network of IS researchers interested in topics associated with the Mediterranean region.

The 2008 Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems will take place from October 23 to 26 in the beautiful and unique setting of Hammamet, Tunisia.
The program chairs, Mokhtar Amami, Par Agerfalk, Carlo Batini and Johnathan Wareham invite you to join us and contribute to this special conference via seven different avenues:

  • Tourism, Cultural Heritage and Diversity
  • Networks of SMEs
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Strategic planning and requirement engineering in eGovernment
  • Global Software Development and National Differences.
  • General track
  • Flexible IS Development


Dipartimento di sociologia e ricerca sociale






Tunisian management science society