Management Program at EM Normandie. She lectures on Information Systems and Research Methods. Dr.
Bernadas holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Texas A&M International in Information Systems
Management (MIS) and international Business (IB), and she also taught in Quebec and the USA. Her recent
research work focuses on the impact of Information Systems and Information Technologies on organizations
along three main axes: impact on SMEs, international impact (cross‐cultural research), and impact of
enterprise systems (such as ERPs) from buying to maintenance. She has published this work in Peer Reviewed
Journals such as Journal of Enterprise Information Management (JEIM) or Long Range Planning.
business, Texas A&M International University-Laredo-TX-USA, 2007
- Since 2011 : Professor in Information Systems - EM Normandie
- 2007 - 2011 : Assistant Professor, Central Washington University
Year of publication
Pena-Sanchez, R, Verville, J & Bernadas, C 2011, 'Isolating the key variables for Regression Models in Enterprise Software Acquisition Decisions: A Blocking Technique', Journal of Business & Economics Research, vol. 5, no. 8, pp.57-66
Bernadas, C & Culié, J-D 2016, 'Silver Economie : Opportunités en Normandie', Rencontres e-Santé "Parcours Patient", Pôle TES, Caen, France, 20 octobre