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Biography

OVERVIEW

My research interests are in the areas of corporate and consumer social responsibility, marketing/services and technology management. Internationally known for my work on CSR, I have published (including in press) 140 papers including 74 refereed journal articles of which 33 are A/A*/Q1 ranked. I have published an edited book on CSR (2015) and numerous book chapters and case studies. Over 80% of my papers have been cited and I have over 2,500 peer citations of my work including two from the Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility. Over 90% of my journal articles have impact factors and my cumulative impact factors amount to over 100. I have received competitive research grants worth over $262,000 to date. I have successfully supervised 21 HDR students, most of whom are working as university academics including a full Professor. I am on the editorial board of eight refereed journals. I am a Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute, World Academy of Business, Marketing and Management Development and a Certified Practicing Marketer. I have received a number of awards in recognition of my academic excellence including the National Citation Award for Teaching, Dean’s Best Researcher Award and the best PhD Supervisor Award by the International Consortium of Electronic Business as well as the Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Talukder, M., Alyammahi, S., Quazi, A., Abdullah, ABM, Johns, M. (2019) “Users’ sociocultural orientation and smart systems acceptance link: do demographics matter?,”, Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 29(3), 223-247 (ABDC ranked A)

  2. Saleh, M. A., Ali, M. Y., Quazi, A., & Blackman, D. (2019). Buyer-supplier relational paradigm in internationalization process: An Asian emerging country perspective. Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 32(2), 274-300.
  3. Young, R., Chen, W., Quazi, A., Parry, W., Wong, A., & Poon, S. K. (2019). The relationship between project governance mechanisms and project success. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business. (In Press) (Ranked Q1 (Scimago)
  4. Yin, J. and Quazi, A. (2018), “Business Ethics in the Greater China Region: Past, Present and Future Research” Journal of Business Ethics,159, 815-835 (Ranked A-ABDC)

  5. Nejati, M., Quazi, A., Amran, A. and Ahmad, N.H. (2017), "Social Responsibility and Performance: Does Strategic Orientation Matter for Small Businesses?" Journal of Small Business Management, 55, 43-59 (Ranked A_ABDC)

  6. Balaji,  M S,,  Roy, S. and  Quazi, A.(2017),"Customers’ emotion regulation strategies in service failure encounters”, European Journal of Marketing, 51(5/6), 960-982. (Ranked A*-ABDC).

  7. Yu, X., Roy, S. K., Quazi, A., Nguyen, B., & Han, Y. (2017). Internet entrepreneurship and “the sharing of information” in an Internet-of-Things context: The role of interactivity, stickiness, e-satisfaction and word-of-mouth in online SMEs’ websites. Internet Research, 27(1), 74-96 (Recieved the highly commended paper award by Emerald).
  8. Quazi, A., Nejati, M. and Azlan, A. (2016), “Conceptualizing and measuring consumer  social responsibility: A neglected aspect of consumer research”, International Journal of Consumer Studies, 40(1), 48-56 (ABDC ranked A).

  9. Saha, K.K., Hasan, M.M.and Quazi, A. (2015), “Forecasting  tropical cyclone induced rainfall in   coastal Australia: implications for effective flood management”, Australasian Journal of Environmental Management,  22(4), 446-457.(Ranked A-ABDC).

  10. Kriz, A, Gummesson, E. and Quazi, A. (2014), “Methodology meets culture: Relational and Guanxi-oriented research in China”, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 14 (1), 27-46. (Ranked B-ABDC).

  11. Blackman, D., Kennedy, M., and Quazi, A. (2013), “Corporate social responsibility and individual resistance: Learning as the missing link in implementation”. Management Learning, 44, 237–252 (Ranked A-ABDC).

  12. Heidt, T.V, D, and Quazi, A. (2013), “Enhancing learning centeredness in marketing principles curriculum”, Australasian Marketing Journal, 21, 250-258. (Ranked A-ABDC)

  13. Quazi, A. and Richardson, A. (2012), Sources of variation in linking corporate social responsibility and financial performance, Social Responsibility Journal, 8(2), 242-256. (Ranked B-ABDC)

  14. Quazi, A. and Talukder, M. (2011), Demographic determinants of adoption of technological innovation, Journal of Computer Information Systems, 51, 38-46 (Ranked A-ABDC)

  15. Talukder, M. and Quazi, A. (2010), Exploring the factors affecting employees’ adoption and use of innovation, Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 16, 1-30. (Ranked A-ABDC)

  16. Keating, B.,Quazi, A and Kriz, A. (2009), Financial risk on service relationships in the online setting, Electronic Markets 19, 237-50. (Ranked A-ABDC)

  17. Keating, B., Quazi, A., Kriz, A. and Coltman, T. (2008), In Pursuit of a sustainable supply chain: Insights from Westpac Banking Corporation, Supply Chain Management: an International Journal, 3(13), 175-179. (Ranked A-ABDC)

  18. Nanere, M. Fraser, I, Quazi, A. and D’Souza, C. (2007), Environmentally Adjusted Productivity Measurement: An Australian Case Study, Journal of Environmental Management, 85, 350-362. (Ranked A-ABDC)

  19. Terawatanovong, C. and Quazi, A. (2006), Conceptualising the links between national cultural dimensions and B2B relationships, Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 18, 173-183. (Ranked B-ABDC)

  20. Quazi, A.  Rugimbana, R., Muthaly, S. and Keating, B. (2003), Corporate social action patterns in contrasting markets, Australasian Marketing Journal, 11, 28-42.

  21. Quazi, A. (2002), Managerial views of consumerism: A two country comparison, European Journal of Marketing, 36, 36-50. (Ranked A*-ABDC)

  22. Quazi, A. and O'Brien, D. (2000), An empirical test of a cross-national model of corporate social responsibility, Journal of Business Ethics, 26, 33-51. (Ranked A*-ABDC)

 Top five

  1. Yin, J. and Quazi, A. (2018), “Business Ethics in the Greater China Region: Past, Present and Future Research” Journal of Business Ethics,159, 815-835 (Ranked A (ABDC)/Q1 Scimago)

  2. Quazi, A., Nejati, M. and Azlan, A. (2016), “Conceptualizing and measuring consumer  social responsibility: A neglected aspect of consumer research”, International Journal of Consumer Studies, 40(1), 48-56 (Ranked A (ABDC)/Q1 Scimago)

  3. Quazi, A. and Talukder, M. (2011), Demographic determinants of adoption of technological innovation, Journal of Computer Information Systems, 51, 38-46 (Ranked A (ABDC)/Q1(Scimago)

  4. Quazi, A. (2002), Managerial views of consumerism: A two country comparison, European Journal of Marketing, 36, 36-50. (Ranked A*-ABDC/Q1(Scimigo)

  5. Quazi, A. and O'Brien, D. (2000), An empirical test of a cross-national model of corporate social responsibility, Journal of Business Ethics, 26, 33-51. (Ranked A-ABDC/Q1 Scimago) 

Top Ten

  1. Yin, J. and Quazi, A. (2018), “Business Ethics in the Greater China Region: Past, Present and Future Research” Journal of Business Ethics,159, 815-835 (Ranked A (ABDC)/Q1 Scimago)

  2. Quazi, A., Nejati, M. and Azlan, A. (2016), “Conceptualizing and measuring consumer  social responsibility: A neglected aspect of consumer research”, International Journal of Consumer Studies, 40(1), 48-56 (Ranked A (ABDC)/Q1 (Scimago)

  3. Quazi, A. and Talukder, M. (2011), Demographic determinants of adoption of technological innovation, Journal of Computer Information Systems, 51, 38-46 (Ranked A (ABDC)/Q1(Scimago)

  4. Quazi, A. (2002), Managerial views of consumerism: A two country comparison, European Journal of Marketing, 36, 36-50. (Ranked A*-ABDC/Q1 (Scimago)

  5. Quazi, A. and O'Brien, D. (2000), An empirical test of a cross-national model of corporate social responsibility, Journal of Business Ethics, 26, 33-51. (Ranked A-ABDC/Q1 Scimago)

  6. Nejati, M., Quazi, A., Amran, A. and Ahmad, N.H. (2017), "Social Responsibility and Performance: Does Strategic Orientation Matter for Small Businesses?" Journal of Small Business Management, 55, 43-59 (Ranked A (ABDC) Q1 (Scimago)

  7. Balaji, M S,,  Roy, S. and  Quazi, A.(2017),"Customers’ emotion regulation strategies in service failure encounters”, European Journal of Marketing, 51(5/6), 960-982. (Ranked A* (ABDC)/Q1 Scimago.

  8. Blackman, D., Kennedy, M., and Quazi, A. (2013), “Corporate social responsibility and individual resistance: Learning as the missing link in implementation”. Management Learning, 44, 237–252 (Ranked A (ABDC).\Q1 (Scimago)

  9. Keating, B.,Quazi, A and Kriz, A. (2009), Financial risk on service relationships in the online setting, Electronic Markets 19, 237-50. (Ranked A (ABDC)/Q1 (Scimago)

  10. Nanere, M. Fraser, I, Quazi, A. and D’Souza, C. (2007), Environmentally Adjusted Productivity Measurement: An Australian Case Study, Journal of Environmental Management, 85, 350-362. (Ranked A (ABDC)/Q1 (Scimago)

 

FUNDING

2016-2017: Competitive (Category 2): Consulting action research project titled “Increasing the capacity for realising benefits from project investment in the public sector: Overcoming project failure” funded by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services, Australian Government, (co-investigator). The amount of the award is $50,000.

2016-2017: Consultancy grant for “Improving research knowledge of faculty members towards the program of research”, funded by TSIDP Sub-project (CP3381) under Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project (HEQEP) of the World Bank, $5,000.

2009-2010: Competitive (Category I) research grant (ADRA) from AUSAID. The project is titled “Investigating the drivers of corporate social responsibility within China’s inbound tourism supply chain” as a co-investigator in conjunction with Professor Byron Keating of the University of Canberra and Dr Anton Kriz of the University of Newcastle ($146,001.00 of which $78,523.00 is cash).

2010-2011: Competitive (Category 2): National Portrait Gallery grant ‘Visitor experience study for people attending the National Portrait Gallery’ ($30,000) with Professor Byron Keating, UC.

 

SUPERVISION

Area of Supervision:

  • Corporate and consumer social responsibility
  • Marketing/services
  • Technology management

Involvement in PhD Supervisory Panels

I have successfully supervised twenty one (21) HDR theses to completion as primary and secondary supervisor. I am currently involved in three HDR supervisory panels.

 

CURRENT PROJECTS

I am working on a number of collaborative project applications including two ARC grant applications with colleagues from Monash, University of Western Australia and Curtin University.

 

EXTERNAL ENGAGEMENT

I am engaging with government and industry in terms of consultancy and research. In recent years, for example, I received a collaborative consultancy grant from the Department of Social Services on “capability for realising benefits from project investments in the public sector: overcoming project failure”. I have also been involved in a World Bank sub-project for ‘Improving research knowledge of faculty members towards developing the program of research” at Jagannath University, Bangladesh. Furthermore, I served on a panel of consultants for a National Portrait Gallery grant titled ‘Visitor experience study for people attending the National Portrait Gallery”.

My external engagement also includes active involvement with a number of professional bodies such as Australian Marketing Institute as its Fellow and Certified Practicing Marker for over a decade. I have also been actively engaged in professional activities with the World Academy of Business Marketing and Management Development as its Fellow. As a member of the Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy (ANZMAC) for the past nineteen years I have presented papers at the conferences and have also served as a member of the advisory boards of the official Journal of the ANZMAC in which I have published three papers. I also serve on the editorial board of six additional national and international academic journals. I previously served as an expert panel set up by the NSW Department of Education and Training to evaluate accreditation applications of business courses from private business colleges in NSW.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of New South Wales

Award Date: 1 Apr 1995

Master, University of Dhaka

Award Date: 1 Jan 1975

Bachelor, University of Dhaka

Award Date: 1 Jan 1974

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Research Output

Adoption of Sustainable Technology in the Malaysian SMEs Sector: Does the Role of Government Matter?

Abu Bakar, F., Talukder, M., Quazi, A. & Khan, I., 16 Apr 2020, In : Information (Basel). 11, 4, p. 1-17 17 p.

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    Consumer engagement behaviors: do service convenience and organizational characteristics matter?

    Roy, S. K., Shekhar, V., Quazi, A. M. & Quaddus, M., 7 Apr 2020, In : Journal of Service Theory and Practice. p. 1-38 38 p.

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  • Buyer-supplier relational paradigm in internationalization process: An Asian emerging country perspective

    Saleh, M. A., Ali, M. Y., Quazi, A. & Blackman, D., 30 Apr 2019, In : Journal of Enterprise Information Management. 32, 2, p. 274-300 27 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 2 Citations (Scopus)

    Health consumers’ social media adoption behaviours: evidence from Australia

    Khan, I., Saleh, A., Johns, R. & Quazi, A. M., Dec 2019, p. 1244-1244. 1 p.

    Research output: Contribution to conference (non-published works)Abstract

  • Mediation effects of service features on rapport–dependency link in emerging market

    Fatima, J. K., di Mascio, R., Johns, R. & Quazi, A., 2019, In : Journal of Service Theory and Practice. 29, 5/6, p. 639-660 22 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Citation (Scopus)