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This article analyzes the ICT-related behavior of the five ‘system-relevant’ Greek banks in the first years 2010–2014 of the Greek economic crisis. We conclude that besides the standard immediate reaction to the crisis by reducing ICT-related expenses, the Greek banks in a later phase of the economic crisis proceeded to a substantial rationalization of their ICT processes/practices and improvement of their ICT capabilities, as well as the adaptation of their ICT plans to the crisis conditions. © 2020 Taylor & Francis. Show more
Journal / seriesInformation Systems Management
PublisherTaylor & Francis
SubjectEconomic crisis; Economic recession; ICT resources; ICT capabilities; ICT plan
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