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Dr.Alaa- Aldin Abdul Rahim A.Alathamy Associate Professor Academic RankAssociate Professor

Specialization:

  • Ph.D. (Public Administration); Specialization in Public Sector Financial Management. College of Social sciences, Askew School of Public Administration and Policy, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306,USA1989

Research Interests:

  • Budgetary reform in Developing countries, Budgeting, Accountability and Performance in Public Sector, IT and e-government in Public Sector , Public Sector Service Management

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Ph.D. (Public Administration); Specialization in Public Sector Financial Management. College of Social sciences, Askew School of Public Administration and Policy, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306,USA MPA, Graduate School of Public Administration and International Affairs, Specialization Certificate in Financial Management of Public Sector and Non-Profit Organizations Awarded August, 1983, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, USA B.A (Accountancy and Business Administration – 5 years degree), College of Economics and Management, AL-Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq.​
2006- present - Associate Professor, College of Business Administration - University of Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 2000-2006 - Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Business, Economics & Policy Studies University Brunei Darussalam, Sultanate Brunei 1995-2000 - Senior Lecturer, School of administration and Law University Technology Mara, Shah Alam Selangor, Malaysia 1991-1995 - Assistant Professor, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences Al-Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan 1983-1985 - Lecturer, Department of Management Administrative & Technical Institute, Found
Journal’s Editorial Boards Me member, Paper Reviewer
- American Society for Public Administration; University Ad Hoc Recruitment Committee; Study Plans and Curricula Committee; - Department Recruitment Committee; Department Representative in College Council; Library Committee
- Ethics and Religion in Higher Education: Evidence from United Arab Emirates Universities”, International Journal of Commerce and Management (IJCM). Vol. 24 No. 1, 2014. - “E-governance in Arab Countries: Status & Challenges”, Global Journal of Business Research, Vol. 7, No. 5, 2013, pp. 79-97 - “An Initial Assessment of e-governance and Public Sector Marketing in the UAE”, Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, International Journal of Business and Emerging Market (2013), Vol.5, No. 3, pp. 234-253
Abu Elias Sarker & Alaa Aldin Abdul Rahim Al Athmay, “Changing Facets of Public Administration in the United Arab Emirates” International Journal of Public Administration, 2018, Vol. 41 (0), No. 10, pp. 832-844 Kamel Fantazy & Alaa Aldin Abdul Rahim Al Athmay , “Relationships between Sales Managers and Sales Ethical Behavior: Emerging Market Perspective.” Int. J. Business and Emerging Markets, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2019 Abu Elias Sarker & Alaa Aldin Abdul Rahim Al Athmay, “PUBLIC SECTOR REFORMS IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: ANTECEDENTS AND OUTCOMES”, Public Administration Quarterly, FALL 2019, pp, 331 – 371 Alaa-Aldin Abdul Rahim A. Al Athmay & Kamel Fantazy, “E-Government Adoption and Users’ Satisfaction: An Empirical Investigation”, EuroMed Journal of Business, Volume 11, Number 1, pp.1-27, 2016, (Emerald Group Publication). Alaa-Aldin Abdul Rahim A. Al Athmay, Demographic Factors as Determinants of EGovernance’ Adoption: A Field Study in the United Arab Emirates (UAE): Published at: Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, Volume 9, issue 2, pp. 159-180, 2015 (Emerald Group Publication). 21. Alaa-Aldin Abdul Rahim A. Al A Kamel Fantazy & Alaa-Aldin Abdul Rahim A. Al Athmay, “Ethics and Religion in Higher Education: Evidence from United Arab Emirates Universities”, International Journal of Commerce and Management (IJCM). Vol. 24 No. 1, 2014. (Emerald Group Publication). Alaa-Aldin Abdul Rahim A. Al Athmay, “E-governance in Arab Countries: Status & Challenges”, Global Journal of Business Research, Vol. 7, No. 5, 2013, pp. 79-97
What is the best Policy for Iraqi Government in Determining the Level of Oil Production? Masters Theses, University of Pittsburgh, PA., USA, 1983. The Impact of Information Change upon Congressional Appropriations Deliberation, PhD Dissertation, Florida State University, Tallahassee, USA, 1989. The Use of Information Technology and Its Impact on Service Quality in the Malaysian Public Sector: A Survey : Financed and Published by the Bureau of Research and Consultancy, University Technology Mara, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences”, Organized by Middlesex University, Dubai Campus, 22 – 24th November, 2011, UAE. Received Best Paper Award
Involved in several community services
I believe that to be most effective as an instructor, one must create a safe environment that is interactive and collaborative and which promotes problem-solving and critical thinking skills. The ultimate objective in my teaching is not only making sure that students learn the fundamental content of the courses I teach, but to facilitate learning by helping students to gain the necessary skills to take control of and become active participants in their own learning. I truly believe that knowledge gained through active participation is knowledge that will endure long and will stay with an individual. In my teaching assessment methods, I use: (1) Traditional lecture; (2) Problem-Solving assignments; (3) Cases Studies assignments; and small-groups projects. All of my courses involve WebCT components and Blackboard, giving the students opportunities to download lecture note, case study assignments-taking guides and materials and further their knowledge of course content through engagement in complementary online activities. Techniques used to achieve my philosophy of teaching are: giving students a voice in class (presenting their opinions and respecting the opinions of others); implement students’ suggestions to improve my service delivery and their learning outcomes; developing assignments that improve students’ problem-solving and critical thinking skills; and utilize small-group assignments to involve students work together apply the theoretic
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