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Dima Rachid Jamali

  • 2021 Yin J. and Jamali D. Collide or Collaborate: The Interplay of Competing Logics and Institutional Work in Cross-Sector Social Partnerships.  Journal of Business Ethics.
  • 2021 Samara G., Jamali D.*and Parada M. Antecedents and Outcomes of Bifurcated Compensation in Family Firms: A Multilevel View. Human Resource Management Review.
  • 2021 Apaydin M., GF Jiang, M. Demirbag, and Jamali D. The Importance of CSR Strategic Fit and Times of Economic Hardship.  British Journal of Management.
  • 2020 Zaman R., Jain, T.* Samara G. and Jamali D. Corporate Governance Meets Corporate Social Responsibility: Mapping the Interface.  Business and Society.
  •  2020 Khojastehpour, M. and Jamali D. Institutional Complexity of Host Country and Corporate Social Responsibility: Developed Versus Developing Countries.  Social Responsibility Journal.
  • 2020 Jamali D., Jain T., Samara G. and Zoghbi E.†How Institutions Affect CSR Practices in the Middle East and North Africa: A Critical Review. Journal of World Business.
  • 2019  Lamberto Z., Samara, G. and Jamali D. Is Internal CSR really less Impactful in Individualist and Masculine Cultures? A Multilevel Approach.  Management Decision.
  • 2019 Samara G., Jamali D. and Lapeira M. Why and How Should SHE Make Her Way into the Family Business Boardroom? Business Horizons, 62(1), 105-115.
  • 2019 Jamali D., Makarem Y. and Willi A. From Diffusion to Translation: Implementation of CSR Practices in MNC Subsidiaries. Social Responsibility Journal.
  • 2018 Soundararajan V., Jamali D. and Spence L. Small Business Social Responsibility: A Critical Multi-Level Review Synthesis and Research Agenda.  International Journal of Management Reviews 20(4), 934-956.
  • 2018 Samara G. and Jamali D., Sierra V. and Jose Parada M.   Who Are the Best Performers: The Environmental-Social Performance of Family Firms.  Journal of Family Business Strategy 9(1), 33-43.
  • 2017 Jamali D. and Carroll A. Capturing Advances in CSR: Developed Versus Developing Countries Perspectives. Business Ethics: A European Review 26(4), 321-325.

 Mohamed Gamal Shehata Aboelmaged

  • Mouakket, S., & Aboelmaged, M. (2021). Drivers and outcomes of green information technology adoption in service organizations: an evidence from emerging economy context. Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management.
  • Aboelmaged, M., Ali, I., & Hashem, G. (2021). Mobile apps use for wellness and fitness and university students' subjective wellbeing. Information Development, 02666669211020498.
  • Ali, I., Sultan, P., & Aboelmaged, M. (2021). A bibliometric analysis of academic misconduct research in higher education: Current status and future research opportunities. Accountability in research, 1-22.
  • Ali, I., & Aboelmaged, M. G. S. (2021). Implementation of supply chain 4.0 in the food and beverage industry: perceived drivers and barriers. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management.
  • Aboelmaged, M., Hashem, G., & Mouakket, S. (2021). Predicting subjective well-being among mHealth users: a readiness–value model. International Journal of Information Management, 56, 102247.
  • Aboelmaged, M. (2021). E-waste recycling behaviour: An integration of recycling habits into the theory of planned behaviour. Journal of Cleaner Production278, 124182.
  • Aboelmaged, M., & Mouakket, S. (2020). Influencing models and determinants in big data analytics research: A bibliometric analysis. Information Processing & Management57(4), 102234.
  • Aboelmaged, M. G. (2020, April). Acceptance of E-waste Recycling Among Young Adults: An Empirical Study. In 2020 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability (SusTech) (pp. 1-6). IEEE.
  • Aboelmaged, M., & Hashem, G. (2019). Absorptive capacity and green innovation adoption in SMEs: The mediating effects of sustainable organisational capabilities. Journal of cleaner production220, 853-863.

Narjes Haj Salem  

  • Haj-Salem, Narjes and MohD Ahmad Al-Hawari (2021). "Predictors of recycling behavior: the role of self-conscious emotions," Journal of Social Marketing, 11(3), 204-223. (Scopus CiteScore 3.4, Ranking Q2).
  • Haj-Salem, Narjes, Chebat, Jean-Charles, Richard Michon and Sandra Oliveira (2016). "Why Male and Female Shoppers don't See Mall Equity Through the Same Lens: The Mediating Role of Self-Congruity," Journal of Business Research, 69(3), 1219-1227 (Scopus CiteScore 9.2, Ranking Q1).
  • Haj-Salem, Narjes and Jean-Charles Chebat (2014). "The Double-Edged Sword: The Positive and Negative effects of Switching Costs on Customer Exit and Revenge," Journal of Business Research, 67(6), 1106-1113. (Scopus CiteScore 9.2, Ranking Q1).
  •  Chebat, Jean-Charles, Richard Michon and Narjes Haj-Salem (2014). "The Effects of Mall Renovation on Shopping Values, Satisfaction and Spending Behavior," Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 21(4):610-618. (Scopus CiteScore 9, Ranking Q1).
  •  Chebat, Jean-Charles, Narjes Haj-Salem and Sandra Oliveira (2014). "Why Shopping Pals make Malls Different?" Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. 21(2), 77-85. (Scopus CiteScore 9, Ranking Q1).
  • Chebat, Jean-Charles, Narjes Haj-Salem, Claire Gélinas-Chebat and Jean-François Poirier (2010). "Reactions to Waiting Online by Men and Women," Psychological Reports, 106(3), 851-869.  (Scopus CiteScore 1.9, Ranking Q2).    

Moyassar Zuhair Al Taie

  • Al-Taie, M., & Cater-Steel, A. (2020). The Organisational Life Cycle Scale: An Empirical Validation. The Journal of Entrepreneurship29(2), 293-325. 

  • Al-Taie, M., Lane, M., & Cater-Steel, A. (2018). An empirical assessment of the CIO role expectations instrument using PLS path modelling. Communications of the Association for Information Systems42(1), 1.    

  • Al-Taie, M., Lane, M., & Cater-Steel, A. (2015). A past to present journey: a critical analysis of the Chief Information Officer role. In Technology, Innovation, and Enterprise Transformation (pp. 180-206). IGI Global.
  • Al-Taie, M. Z., Lane, M., & Cater-Steel, A. (2014). The relationship between organisational strategic IT vision and CIO roles: One size does not fit all. Australasian Journal of Information Systems18(2).
  • Al-Taie, M. Z. (2014). Identifying the CIO role configurations across the organisational life cycle stages (Doctoral dissertation, University of Southern Queensland).
  • Al-Taie, M., Lane, M., & Cater-Steel, A. (2013). The CIO role expectations instrument: validation and model testing.

 Mohamad Turki 

    • Alshurideh, M. T., Al Kurdi, B., & Salloum, S. A. (2021). The moderation effect of gender on accepting electronic payment technology: a study on United Arab Emirates consumers. Review of International Business and Strategy.‏ (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Akour, I., Alshurideh, M., Al Kurdi, B., Al Ali, A., & Salloum, S. (2021). Using machine learning algorithms to predict people's intention to use mobile learning platforms during the COVID-19 pandemic: machine learning approach. JMIR Medical Education, 7(1), 1-17. (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Abu Zayyad, H. M., Obeidat, Z. M., Alshurideh, M. T., Abuhashesh, M., Maqableh, M., & Masa'deh, R. E. (2021). Corporate social responsibility and patronage intentions: the mediating effect of brand credibility. Journal of Marketing Communications, 1-24.‏ (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Odeh, R. B. M., Obeidat, B. Y., Jaradat, M. O., & Alshurideh, M. T. (2021). The transformational leadership role in achieving organizational resilience through adaptive cultures: the case of Dubai service sector. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management.‏ (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Al-Maroof, R., Ayoubi, K., Alhumaid, K., Aburayya, A., Alshurideh, M., Alfaisal, R., & Salloum, S. (2021). The acceptance of social media video for knowledge acquisition, sharing and application: A comparative study among YouYube users and TikTok users' for medical purposes. International Journal of Data and Network Science, 5(3), 197-214.‏ (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Kabrilyants, R., Obeidat, B., Alshurideh, M., & Masadeh, R. (2021). The role of organizational capabilities on e-business successful implementation. International Journal of Data and Network Science, 5(3), 417-432.‏ (Scopus – Q1). 
    • AlHamad, M., Akour, I., Alshurideh, M., Al-Hamad, A., Kurdi, B., & Alzoubi, H. (2021). Predicting the intention to use google glass: A comparative approach using machine learning models and PLS-SEM. International Journal of Data and Network Science, 5(3), 311-320.‏ (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Al-Hamad, M., Mbaidin, H., AlHamad, A., Alshurideh, M., Kurdi, B., & Al-Hamad, N. (2021). Investigating students' behavioral intention to use mobile learning in higher education in UAE during Coronavirus-19 pandemic. International Journal of Data and Network Science, 5(3), 321-330.‏ (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Sweiss, N., Obeidat, Z. M., Al-Dweeri, R. M., Mohammad Khalaf Ahmad, A., M. Obeidat, A., & Alshurideh, M. (2021). The moderating role of perceived company effort in mitigating customer misconduct within Online Brand Communities (OBC). Journal of Marketing Communications, 1-24.‏ (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Alshurideh, M. T., Kurdi, B. A., AlHamad, A. Q., Salloum, S. A., Alkurdi, S., Dehghan, A., ... & Masa'deh, R. E. (2021, June). Factors affecting the use of smart mobile examination platforms by universities' postgraduate students during the COVID 19 pandemic: an empirical study. Informatics. 8(2), 21-1. (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Al-Maroof, R. S., Alshurideh, M. T., Salloum, S. A., AlHamad, A. Q. M., & Gaber, T. (2021, June). Acceptance of Google Meet during the spread of Coronavirus by Arab university students. Informatics. 8(2), 17-1. (Scopus – Q1). 
    • Abuhashesh, M. Y., Alshurideh, M. T., & Sumadi, M. (2021). The effect of culture on customers' attitudes toward Facebook advertising: the moderating role of gender. Review of International Business and Strategy.‏ (Scopus – Q1).

·         Georges Samara         

Samara, G.; Jamali, D.; & Parada, MJ. (2021). Antecedents and Outcomes of Bifurcated Compensation in Family Firms: A multilevel view.  Human Resource Management Review. 

o Jamali, D., Barkemeyer, R., Leigh, J., & Samara, G.  (2021). Chaos as an opportunity Business ethics, the environment and responsibility. Business Ethics, the Environment and Responsibility. 

o Zaman, R.; Jain, T.; Samara, G. & Jamali, D (2021). Mapping the field of CSR and Corporate Governance. Business & Society.

o Eze, L.; Nordqvist, M.; Samara, G; & Parada, MJ (2021). Different Strokes for Different Folks: The Roles of Religion and Tradition for Transgenerational Entrepreneurship in Family Businesses. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice.

o Jamali, D., Jain, T., Samara, G., & Zoghbi, E. (2020). How Institutions Affect CSR Practices in the Middle East and North Africa: A Critical Review. Journal of World Business.

o  Samara, G (2021). Family Businesses in the Arab Middle East: What do we know and where should we go? Journal of Family Business Strategy.  

o  Jamali, D., Barkemeyer, R., Leigh, J., & Samara, G. (2020). A reinvigorated vision for BE: ER to sustain a trajectory of excellence. Business Ethics: A European Review29(1), 1-2.

o Jamali, D., Barkemeyer, R., Leigh, J., & Samara, G. (2020). Open Access, Open Science, and Coronavirus: Mega trends with historical proportions. Business Ethics: A European Review

o  Jamali, D., Leigh, J. S., Barkemeyer, R., & Samara, G. (2020). Want to get your paper published? Please follow this virtuous guidance!. Business Ethics: A European Review29(2), 245-247.

o Kandade, K., Samara, G; Parada, MJ., & Dawson, A. (2020). Leadership development and family business prosperity: The role of quality relationships.  Journal of Family Business Strategy (In press).

o Jamali, D.; Samara, G; Zollo, L.; & Capapei, C. (2020). Is Internal CSR really less Impactful in Individualist and Masculine cultures? A Multilevel Approach. Management Decision.

o Parada, MJ.; Gimeno, A.; Samara, G.; & Sarris, W. (2020). The Adoption of Governance Mechanisms in Family Businesses: An Institutional Lens. Journal of Family Business Management.

o   Parada, MJ.; Samara, G.; Dawson, A.; and Bonet E. (2020). Prosperity over Time and across Generations: The role of Values and Virtues in Family Businesses. Journal of Organizational Change Management.                 

Eyup Dogan      

o   Dogan, E., Madaleno, M., & Taskin, D. (2021). Which households are more energy vulnerable? Energy poverty and financial inclusion in Turkey. Energy Economics, 105306. 

o   Amin, A., & Dogan, E. (2021). The role of economic policy uncertainty in the energy-environment nexus for China: Evidence from the novel dynamic simulations method. Journal of Environmental Management292, 112865. 

o   Hussain, M., & Dogan, E. (2021). The role of institutional quality and environment-related technologies in environmental degradation for BRICS. Journal of Cleaner Production, 127059. 

o   Ali, S., Dogan, E., Chen, F., & Khan, Z. (2021). International trade and environmental performance in top ten‐emitters countries: The role of eco‐innovation and renewable energy consumption. Sustainable Development29(2), 378-387. 

o   Dogan, E., Majeed, M. T., & Luni, T. (2021). Analyzing the impacts of geopolitical risk and economic uncertainty on natural resources rents. Resources Policy72, 102056. 

o   Alharthi, M., Dogan, E., & Taskin, D. (2021). Analysis of CO 2 emissions and energy consumption by sources in MENA countries: evidence from quantile regressions. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-8. 

o   Dogan, E., Inglesi‐Lotz, R., & Altinoz, B.  (2021). Examining the determinants of renewable energy deployment: Does the choice of indicator matter?. International Journal of Energy Research. 1-14.  

o   Altinoz, B., & Dogan, E. (2021). How renewable energy consumption and natural resource abundance impact environmental degradation? New findings and policy implications from quantile approach. Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, 1-12. 

o   Anwar, A., Siddique, M., Dogan, E., & Sharif, A. (2021). The moderating role of renewable and non-renewable energy in environment-income nexus for ASEAN countries: Evidence from Method of Moments Quantile Regression. Renewable Energy164, 956-967. 

o   Dogan, E., Madaleno, M., & Altinoz, B. (2020). Revisiting the nexus of financialization and natural resource abundance in resource-rich countries: New empirical evidence from nine indices of financial development. Resources Policy69, 101839.