Consultancy projects for government and non-profit organizations: Korea Creative Content Agency, Korea Mecenat Association, Korean National Ballet,
Organization analysis project for Amore Pacific
Noh’s teaching and research focus is on organization studies, strategy, and international business. Noh has done many research on large firms in Korea and China, exploring their diversification and M&A decisions and factors influencing such important strategic decisions. Noh is also interested in the issue of creativity and innovation, both at the employee-level and at the organization-level.
Noh, G., & Shin, D. (2018). The different influences of the government and politicians on the international expansion of Chinese firms. Asian Business & Management, 17(5), 366-396.
Kim, S., Jung, K., Noh, G., & Kang, L. K. (2019). What makes employees cynical in public organizations? Antecedents of organizational cynicism. Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal, 47(6), 1-10.
Noh, G. (2019). Strategic Decoupling in Korean Business Groups: Ambiguous Identity as a Strategy in Chaebol Groups. Sustainability, 11(9), 2561.
2002-2006 Samsung Securities Co., Ltd. Fund Manager
2006-2019 Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) Research Fellow
Koo’s teaching and research focus on exploring how the different dimensions of the CEO/senior manager (e.g. job satisfaction, transparency, behavior), the strategic postures (e.g. entrepreneurial orientation, customer orientation), and the parent-spin-off linkage (e.g. dynamic capabilities, family involvement) develop within the domain of entrepreneurship. His work examines dynamic capabilities of spin-offs, R&D competition, and how spin-off firms can benefit by learning from their parent’ failures. His current work explores how firms and organizations adjust their R&D efforts in response to new information and resources.
Gil, R., Kim, M. & Koo, I. (2017). Does Job Satisfaction Increase Sales and Productivity? Evidence from Retail Banking in South Korea. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 17(3) pp. 1-18. (SSCI)
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Ph.D. University of Münster, Germany (Business Management in the Natural Sciences)
M.Sc. University of Münster, Germany (Business Chemistry)
B. Sc. University of Münster, Germany (Chemistry)
Song’s teaching interest include data analytics for management, technology and innovation, and entrepreneurship. His research interests include technology convergence, technology trend analysis, technology opportunity discovery, social network analysis and analysis of the startup landscape.
Aaldering, L. J., & Song, C. H. (2021). Of leaders and laggards-Towards digitalization of the process industries. Technovation, 105, 102211. (SSCI)
Aaldering, L. J., & Song, C. H. (2019). Tracing the technological development trajectory in post-lithium-ion battery technologies: A patent-based approach. Journal of Cleaner Production, 241, 118343. (SCIE)
Aaldering, L. J., Leker, J., & Song, C. H. (2019). Uncovering the dynamics of market convergence through M&A. Technological forecasting and social change, 138, 95-114. (SSCI)
Aaldering, L. J., Leker, J., & Song, C. H. (2018). Analyzing the impact of industry sectors on the composition of business ecosystem: A combined approach using ARM and DEMATEL. Expert Systems with Applications, 100, 17-29. (SCIE)
Song, C. H., Elvers, D., & Leker, J. (2017). Anticipation of converging technology areas—A refined approach for the identification of attractive fields of innovation. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 116, 98-115. (SSCI)
Hasnans’ teaching focuses on consumer behaviour, marketing research, and marketing strategy under the ambit of marketing management. Hasnan has also an online course on Operations Management which is available on K-MOOC (Korean Massive Open Online Course). His research work focuses on the field of financial technology (Fintech), crowdfunding and online learning. Hasnan believes in collaborative discussions and brainstorming ideas in the classroom which develop critical thinking in students.
Baber, H. (2020). Intentions to participate in political crowdfunding-from the perspective of civic voluntarism model and theory of planned behavior. Technology in Society, 101435. (Impact Factor = 4.192)
Baber, H., & Fanea-Ivanovici, M. (2021). Motivations behind backers’ contributions in reward-based crowdfunding for movies and web series. International Journal of Emerging Markets, (Impact Factor = 2.488)
Baber, H. (2021). Modelling the acceptance of e-learning during the pandemic of COVID-19-A study of South Korea. The International Journal of Management Education, 100503. (Impact Factor = 2.707)
PhD, University of Waikato, New Zealand (Human Resource Management)
2005-2007- Krishi Vighyan Kendra, Training Associate
2007-2010- Private IT Firm India, HR Manager
The Teaching interests are Human Resource Management, Leadership Development, Career Development, Entrepreneurship development and Responsible Management Education. The research interest include the key areas of Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior and Management education.
Asirvatham, S. J., & Humphries-Kil, M. (2021). Exploring creativity and vitality of women academics: Reflections on the call for responsible and responsive management education. The International Journal of Management Education, 19(1), 100451.
Asirvatham, S. & Humphries-Kil, M. (2019), "Reflections on women’s career responsibilities in neoliberally driven universities", Career Development International https://doi.org/10.1108/CDI-01-2019-0012
Asirvatham, S. & Humphries, M. (2019). "Changing agents of change in neoliberally framed organizations", Gender in Management, Vol. 34 No. 1, pp. 45-58. https://doi.org/10.1108/GM-03-2018-0032
Ph.D. in Management Sciences (Specialization HRM), Foundation University, Pakistan
2009 – 2016: 7 years of work experience on action-based research projects under the United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime (UNODC), Vienna, Austria; Asian Development Bank (ADB); Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD); and Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APGML/FATF).
Project Management, Strategic Management, Strategic HR, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Change Management, Advanced Research Methods, Global Governance, Tourism Management.
Zaman, U., & Aktan, M. (2021). Examining residents’ cultural intelligence, place image and foreign tourist attractiveness: A mediated-moderation model of support for tourism development in Cappadocia (Turkey). Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 46, 393-404. [A-class, SSCI Impact Factor 5.959]
Aktan, M., Zaman, U., & Nawaz, S. (2021). Examining destinations’ personality and brand equity through the lens of expats: moderating role of expat’s cultural intelligence. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 26(8), 849-865. [A-class, SSCI Impact Factor 3.677]
MI Khan, S Khalid, U Zaman, AE José, P Ferreira (2021). Green Paradox in Emerging Tourism Supply Chains: Achieving Green Consumption Behavior through Strategic Green Marketing Orientation, Brand Social Responsibility, and Green Image. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18 (18), 1-23. [SSCI Impact Factor 3.390]
Zaman, U., Jabbar, Z., Nawaz, S., & Abbas, M. (2019). Understanding the soft side of software projects: An empirical study on the interactive effects of social skills and political skills on complexity–performance relationship. International Journal of Project Management, 37(3), 444-460. [A-class, SSCI Impact Factor 7.172]
Zaman, U. (2020), "Examining the effect of xenophobia on “transnational” mega construction project (MCP) success: Moderating role of transformational leadership and high-performance work (HPW) practices", Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol. 27 No. 5, pp. 1119-1143. [A-class, SSCI Impact Factor 3.531]
Zaman, U., Nawaz, S., Tariq, S., & Humayoun, A. A. (2019). Linking transformational leadership and “multi-dimensions” of project success: Moderating effects of project flexibility and project visibility using PLS-SEM. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 13(1), 103-127. [B-class, SSCI Impact Factor 2.634]
Jin, Q., Raza, S. H., Yousaf, M., Zaman, U., & Siang, J. M. L. D. (2021). Can Communication Strategies Combat COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy with Trade-Off between Public Service Messages and Public Skepticism? Experimental Evidence from Pakistan. Vaccines, 9(7), 757. [Q1-rank, SSCI Impact Factor 4.422]
Shehzad, K., Zaman, U., José, A. E., Koçak, E., & Ferreira, P. (2021). An Officious Impact of Financial Innovations and ICT on Economic Evolution in China: Revealing the Substantial Role of BRI. Sustainability, 13(16), 8962. [SSCI Impact Factor 2.576]
Shehzad, K., Bilgili, F., Zaman, U., Kocak, E., & Kuskaya, S. (2021). Is gold favourable than bitcoin during the COVID-19 outbreak? Comparative analysis through wavelet approach. Resources Policy, 102163. [Impact Factor 5.634]
Rahman, H. U., Zaman, U., & Górecki, J. (2021). The Role of Energy Consumption, Economic Growth and Globalization in Environmental Degradation: Empirical Evidence from the BRICS Region. Sustainability, 13(4), 1924. [SSCI Impact Factor 2.576]
Raza, S. H., Zaman, U., Ferreira, P., & Farías, P. (2021). An Experimental Evidence on Public Acceptance of Genetically Modified Food through Advertisement Framing on Health and Environmental Benefits, Objective Knowledge, and Risk Reduction. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(10), 5264. [SSCI Impact Factor 3.390]
Hameed, I., Zaman, U., Waris, I., & Shafique, O. (2021). A Serial-Mediation Model to Link Entrepreneurship Education and Green Entrepreneurial Behavior: Application of Resource-Based View and Flow Theory. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(2), 550. [SSCI Impact Factor 3.390]
Raza, S. H., Zaman, U., Iftikhar, M., & Shafique, O. (2021). An Experimental Evidence on Eco-Friendly Advertisement Appeals and Intention to Use Bio-Nanomaterial Plastics: Institutional Collectivism and Performance Orientation as Moderators. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(2), 791. [SSCI Impact Factor 3.390]
Cheng, C., Cherian, J., Sial, M. S., Zaman, U., & Niroumandi, H. (2021). Performance assessment of a novel biomass-based solid oxide fuel cell power generation cycle; Economic analysis and optimization. Energy, 120134. [SSCI Impact Factor 6.082]
Ahmed, U., Umrani, W. A., Zaman, U., Rajput, S. M., & Aziz, T. (2020). Corporate Entrepreneurship and Business Performance: The Mediating Role of Employee Engagement. SAGE Open, 10(4), 2158244020962779. [SSCI Impact Factor 1.356]
Shehzad, K., Zaman, U., Xiaoxing, L., & Górecki, Jarosław. (2021). Examining the asymmetric impact of COVID-19 Pandemic and Global Financial Crisis on Dow Jones and Oil Price Shock. Sustainability, 13(9), 4688. [SSCI Impact Factor 2.576]
Shehzad, K., Zaman, U., Ahmad, M., & Liu, X. (2021). Asymmetric impact of information and communication technologies on environmental quality: analyzing the role of financial development and energy consumption. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 1-20. [SSCI Impact Factor 3.219]
Zaman, U., Florez-Perez, L., Khwaja, M. G., Abbasi, S., & Qureshi, M. G. (2021). Exploring the critical nexus between authoritarian leadership, project team member's silence and multi-dimensional success in a state-owned mega construction project. International Journal of Project Management, 39(8), 873-886. [A-class, SSCI Impact Factor 7.172]
Zaman, U., Aktan, M., Baber, H., & Nawaz, S. (2021). Does forced-shift to online learning affect university brand image in South Korea? Role of perceived harm and international students’ learning engagement. Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, 1-25. [SSCI Impact Factor 3.156]
Zaman, U., Raza, S. H., Abbasi, S., Aktan, M., & Farías, P. (2021). Sustainable or a butterfly effect in global tourism? Nexus of pandemic fatigue, covid-19-branded destination safety, travel stimulus incentives, and post-pandemic revenge travel. Sustainability, 13(22), 12834. [SSCI Impact Factor 3.251]
Zaman, U., Aktan, M., Anjam, M., Agrusa, J., Khwaja, M. G., & Farías, P. (2021). Can Post-Vaccine ‘Vaxication’Rejuvenate Global Tourism? Nexus between COVID-19 Branded Destination Safety, Travel Shaming, Incentives and the Rise of Vaxication Travel. Sustainability, 13(24), 14043. [SSCI Impact Factor 3.251]
Zaman, U., Florez-Perez, L., Farías, P., Abbasi, S., Khwaja, M. G., & Wijaksana, T. I. (2021). Shadow of Your Former Self: Exploring Project Leaders’ Post-Failure Behaviors (Resilience, Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy) in High-Tech Startup Projects. Sustainability, 13(22), 12868. [SSCI Impact Factor 3.251]
MSc in Money, Banking and Finance, The University of Birmingham (the UK), 2001
PhD in Applied Economics, Vrije University Brussels (Belgium), 2011
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (London, the UK) , Consultancy projects for Asian development Bank, UNDP, and UNFPA
Econometrics, behavioral finance and economics, fintech, financial decision making
Kakhkharov, J., Ahunov, M., Parpiev, Z. and Wolfson, I., 2020. South‐south migration: remittances of labour migrants and household expenditures in Uzbekistan. International Migration.
Ahunov, M. and Van Hove, L., 2020. National culture and (dis) trust in banks: Cross‐country evidence. Economic Notes, 49(3), p.e12165.
Ahunov, M. and Van Hove, L., 2020. National culture and financial literacy: international evidence. Applied Economics, 52(21), pp.2261-2279.
Ahunov, M., Van Hove, L. and Jegers, M., 2019. The impact of cross-border acquisitions on target banks’ performance in an institutionally poor environment: Ukraine’s takeover wave. Post-Communist Economies, 31(3), pp.396-417.
Ahunov, M. and Yusupov, N., 2017. Risk attitudes and entrepreneurial motivations: Evidence from transition economies. Economics Letters, 160, pp.7-11.