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Younes Benslimane

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School of Information Technology

Associate Professor

Office: 3061 Victor Phillip Dahdaleh Building (DB)
(Formerly known as Technology Enhanced
Learning Building)
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 20388
Email: younes@mathstat.yorku.ca
Primary website: http://www.math.yorku.ca/~younes


Professor Younes Benslimane received his PhD in Information Systems from University of Quebec in Montreal.

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Professor Younes Benslimane received his PhD in Information Systems (IS) from University of Quebec in Montreal. In his doctoral dissertation, Professor Benslimane investigated functional, non-functional and integration requirements of IS that support supply chain operations. His current research interests include analysis and design of IS, business process management, methodologies and best practices for IS and skill requirements for IT professionals. His work has been published in refereed journals and conference proceedings.

Degrees

PhD, University of Quebec in Montreal

Research Interests

Information Technologies , Information systems analysis and design, Business process management, Methodologies and best practices for IS

Current Research Projects


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    Funders:
    Standard Research (SSHRC)

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    Funders:
    ATK Fellowship (York Internal Grant)
Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Plaisent, M., Deglia, A., Benslimane, Y. and P. Bernard. (2005) . Examen de l’Impact Ergonomique des Fenêtres de Windows. Management de la Santé et de la Sécurité au Travail : Un Champ de Recherche à Défricher, pp. 191-200.

2005

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Benslimane, Y. and Z. Yang. (2007) . Linking Commercial Websites Functions to Perceived Usefulness: a Free Disposal Hull Approach. Journal of Mathematical and Computer Modelling.

2007

Benslimane, Y., Cysneiros, L. and B. Bahli (2007). Critical Functional and Non-Functional Requirements for Web-Based Procurement Systems. Requirement Engineering Journal.

2007

Benslimane, Y. and Z. Yang. (2006) . Analysis of Functionalities of Commercial Websites Used for Procurement: Implications on Design and Operations. International Journal of Information Systems for Logistics and Management, 21(1), pp.35-42.

2006

Yang, Z. and Y. Benslimane. (2005) . Cross Firm Bank Branch Evaluation Using Data Envelopment Analysis. Journal of Global Management Research.

2005

Bahli, B. and Y. Benslimane. (2004) . Toward an Assessment of Wireless Computing Risks: Conceptualization and Measurement. Information Management & Computer Security, 12(3), pp.245-254.

2004

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

Yang, Z. and Y. Benslimane. (2007) . Evaluating Public Service Maturity of E-Government: The Case of Canadian Cities.

2007

Orr, S., Benslimane, Y., Kushniruk, A., Akhtar, J. and D. Adams. (2007) . Redesigning Business Processes in a Health Care System: Illustration of an Integrated Approach.

2007

Benslimane, Y., Plaisent, M. and P. Bernard. (2006) . Changes in Procurement Operations Supported Through Web Systems.

2006

Benslimane, Y. and Z. Yang. (2005) . Analysis of Functionalities of Commercial Websites Used for Procurement: Implications on Design and Operations.

2005

Yang, Z. and Y. Benslimane. (2005) . Efficient Design of Commercial Websites for E-Procurement.

2005

Plaisent, M., Deglia, A., Benslimane, Y. and P. Bernard. (2005) . Les Fenêtres de Windows Sont-Elles Dangereuses pour la Santé?

2005

Benslimane, Y., Plaisent, M. and P. Bernard. (2004) . Using Web Systems for e-Procurement: an Extension of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology.

2004

Benslimane, Y., Plaisent, M. and P. Bernard. (2003) . Conceptualization and Measurements for an Application of the Task-Technology Fit Model to WWW-Based Procurement.

2003

Benslimane, Y., Plaisent, M., Bernard, P. and L. Maguiraga. (2002) . Using the WWW for E-Commerce: Some Consequences for Corporate Buyers and Buying Organizations.

2002


Professor Younes Benslimane received his PhD in Information Systems from University of Quebec in Montreal.

Professor Younes Benslimane received his PhD in Information Systems (IS) from University of Quebec in Montreal. In his doctoral dissertation, Professor Benslimane investigated functional, non-functional and integration requirements of IS that support supply chain operations. His current research interests include analysis and design of IS, business process management, methodologies and best practices for IS and skill requirements for IT professionals. His work has been published in refereed journals and conference proceedings.

Degrees

PhD, University of Quebec in Montreal

Research Interests

Information Technologies ,Information systems analysis and design,Business process management,Methodologies and best practices for IS

Current Research Projects


    Project Type: Funded
    Funders:
    Standard Research (SSHRC)

    Project Type: Funded
    Funders:
    ATK Fellowship (York Internal Grant)

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Plaisent, M., Deglia, A., Benslimane, Y. and P. Bernard. (2005) . Examen de l’Impact Ergonomique des Fenêtres de Windows. Management de la Santé et de la Sécurité au Travail : Un Champ de Recherche à Défricher, pp. 191-200.

2005

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Benslimane, Y. and Z. Yang. (2007) . Linking Commercial Websites Functions to Perceived Usefulness: a Free Disposal Hull Approach. Journal of Mathematical and Computer Modelling.

2007

Benslimane, Y., Cysneiros, L. and B. Bahli (2007). Critical Functional and Non-Functional Requirements for Web-Based Procurement Systems. Requirement Engineering Journal.

2007

Benslimane, Y. and Z. Yang. (2006) . Analysis of Functionalities of Commercial Websites Used for Procurement: Implications on Design and Operations. International Journal of Information Systems for Logistics and Management, 21(1), pp.35-42.

2006

Yang, Z. and Y. Benslimane. (2005) . Cross Firm Bank Branch Evaluation Using Data Envelopment Analysis. Journal of Global Management Research.

2005

Bahli, B. and Y. Benslimane. (2004) . Toward an Assessment of Wireless Computing Risks: Conceptualization and Measurement. Information Management & Computer Security, 12(3), pp.245-254.

2004

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

Yang, Z. and Y. Benslimane. (2007) . Evaluating Public Service Maturity of E-Government: The Case of Canadian Cities.

2007

Orr, S., Benslimane, Y., Kushniruk, A., Akhtar, J. and D. Adams. (2007) . Redesigning Business Processes in a Health Care System: Illustration of an Integrated Approach.

2007

Benslimane, Y., Plaisent, M. and P. Bernard. (2006) . Changes in Procurement Operations Supported Through Web Systems.

2006

Benslimane, Y. and Z. Yang. (2005) . Analysis of Functionalities of Commercial Websites Used for Procurement: Implications on Design and Operations.

2005

Yang, Z. and Y. Benslimane. (2005) . Efficient Design of Commercial Websites for E-Procurement.

2005

Plaisent, M., Deglia, A., Benslimane, Y. and P. Bernard. (2005) . Les Fenêtres de Windows Sont-Elles Dangereuses pour la Santé?

2005

Benslimane, Y., Plaisent, M. and P. Bernard. (2004) . Using Web Systems for e-Procurement: an Extension of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology.

2004

Benslimane, Y., Plaisent, M. and P. Bernard. (2003) . Conceptualization and Measurements for an Application of the Task-Technology Fit Model to WWW-Based Procurement.

2003

Benslimane, Y., Plaisent, M., Bernard, P. and L. Maguiraga. (2002) . Using the WWW for E-Commerce: Some Consequences for Corporate Buyers and Buying Organizations.

2002