» Nabila Jawadi

Nabila Jawadi

Associate Professor of Information Systems


2008: Ph.D. in Management Science, Paris Dauphine University, Paris.

2002: Master degree in Management Science, Major: Human Resource Management, High Institute of Management of Tunis, Tunisia2000: Graduate Degree in Accounting, High Institute of Accounting of Tunis, Tunisia.

Research Areas

Information System Management, Islamic Finance, Project Management, Organizational Behavior, Leadership

Teaching Areas

Information System Management, Human Resource Management, Project Management, Research Methodology


Email :    n.jawadi@ipag.fr

Phone :  +33 1 5504 1134

Campus: Paris

Nabila JAWADI holds a Ph.D. in Information Systems Management and is a Professor at IPAG Business School, where she teaches Management of Information Systems, Project Management and Research Methodology. Her research focuses on the impacts of digitization on organization management and the users’ behaviors towards digital tools usage in the workplace. Her research experience is in virtual team management including leadership, trust and performance management. She is also interested in alternative finance (Islamic financial market and socially responsible investments). Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Revue Système d’Information and Management, Human Systems Management, and Communication of the Association of Information Systems.

Jawadi, F., Idi Cheffou, A., Jawadi, N., & Ben Ameur, H. (2021). Conventional and Islamic stock market liquidity and volatility during COVID 19. Applied Economics53(60), 6944-6963.

Jawadi, N., Jawadi, F., & Cheffou, A. I. (2020). Computing the time-Varying effects of investor attention in Islamic stock returns. Computational Economics56(1), 131-143.

Jawadi, F., Jawadi, N., & Sener, P. (2020). The convergence of ethical investment business models and their reliance on the conventional US investment market. Applied Economics52(57), 6265-6276.

Jawadi, F., Jawadi, N., & Idi Cheffou, A. (2020). Does investor attention to Islamic finance create spillover?. Applied Economics52(59), 6448-6452.

Jawadi, F., Jawadi, N., & Idi Cheffou, A. (2020). Wavelet analysis of the conventional and Islamic stock market relationship ten years after the global financial crisis. Applied Economics Letters27(6), 466-472.

Ameur, H. B., Jawadi, F., Jawadi, N., & Cheffou, A. I. (2020). Assessing downside and upside risk spillovers across conventional and socially responsible stock markets. Economic Modelling88, 200-210.

Jawadi, F., Jawadi, N., & Cheffou, A. I. (2018). Uncertainty assessment in socially responsible and Islamic stock markets in the short and long terms: an ARDL approach. Applied Economics50(39), 4286-4294.

Jawadi, F., Jawadi, N., & Cheffou, A. I. (2019). A statistical analysis of uncertainty for conventional and ethical stock indexes. The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance74, 9-17.

Jawadi, F., Jawadi, N., Cheffou, A. I., Ameur, H. B., & Louhichi, W. (2017). Modelling the effect of the geographical environment on Islamic banking performance: A panel quantile regression analysis. Economic Modelling67, 300-306.

Jawadi, F., Idi Cheffou, A., & Jawadi, N. (2016). Can the Islamic bank be an emerging leader? A panel data causality analysis. Applied Economics Letters23(14), 991-994.

Jawadi, F., Cheffou, A. I., & Jawadi, N. (2016). Do Islamic and conventional banks really differ? A panel data statistical analysis. Open Economies Review27(2), 293-302.

Jawadi, F., Cheffou, A. I., Jawadi, N., & Louhichi, W. (2016). On the reputation of Islamic banks: a panel data qualitative econometrics analysis. Open Economies Review27(5), 987-998.

Since 2011: Assistant Professor in Ipag Business School, Paris

2008-2011: Assistant Professor at Amiens School of Management

2006-2008: Senior Lecturer at Paris West Naterre University

2004-2006: Junior Lecturer at Paris Dauphine University

2002-2003: Junior Consultant at Tunisian Institute of Strategic Studies