Shahedul Alam Khan

Shahedul Alam Khan

Assistant Professor
Advisor, Orpheus
Business Administration

Contact Information

Cell Phone: +8801670565548

Biography

Academic Qualifications:
BBA (Management) and MBA (Strategic & International Management), Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka.

Published Paper:
1. Khan, S. A. (2020): “The Effect of Governance on International Trade and The mediating Role of Business Regulation” Society & Sustainability, Vol. 2, No 3. Published by Research & Innovation Initiative (USA). Doi: https://doi.org/10.38157/society_sustainability.v2i3.198
2. Khan, M. W. & Khan, S. A. (2020): “Influences of Non-economic Responsibilities on Economic Responsibilities: A study on Consumers of Banking Industry in Sylhet” ILIRIA International Review, Vol. 10, No 1. Published by ILIRIA College (Kosovo) in cooperation with Felix – Verlag (Germany). DOI: 10.21113/iir.v10i1.549
3. Khan, S. A. and Khan, H. R. (In Press)(2020). ‘Mobile Financial Services As A Determinant Of Financial Performance Of Banks In Bangladesh’. International Journal of Electronic Banking. Published by Inderscience Publishers and enlisted by Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC).
4. Khan, S. A. & Mubin, Rumana (2019): “Trade, Governance and the Mediating Role of Innovation” Romanian Economic and Business Review, Vol. 14 (no.3). Published By Romanian-American University and enlisted by Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC).
5. Khan, S. A. & Hossen, M. A. (2016): “Disparities in Consumers’ Perception on Dimensions of CSR” Amity Journal of Corporate Governance, Volume 1 Issue 2. Published by Amity University India.
6. Khan, S. A. (2015): “A Conceptual Framework for Intensity of Rivalry” International Journal of Business and Management Review, Vol. 3 (no. 8), PP. 74-81.
(Published Extended Abstract) Khan, S. A. (2019). The Mediating Role Of Ease Of Doing Business In Public Governance And International Trade. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 4(1), 98-100.

Projects and Funding:
1. Exploring the Dynamism of Competitive Forces and Strategies in IT Industry: A Study in Sylhet City. Funded By Leading University Research Center (TK50000/-)
3. Exploring the Impact of Emerging Tourism on Economy and Environment of Bangladesh: Road to a Sustainable Tourism Industry. In collaboration with Md. Awal Hossen, Assistant Professor, Jessore University Of Science And Technology. Funded by , Research Cell, Jessore University Of Science And Technology (TK1,50,000/-)

Conference Presentation:
1. Khan, S. A. (2019). The Role Of Ease Of Doing Business In Mediating The Relation Between Governance And Foreign Trade. The INSEARCH 2019- 6th International Integrative Research Conference on Governance in Society, Business and Environment at BARD, Comilla, Bangladesh.
2. Khan, S. A. & Hossen, M. A., (2016) “Disparities in Consumers’ Perception on Dimensions of CSR” in International Conference on Business and Economics Theme: Reinventing Business for the 21st Century, Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka.

Membership:
1. Member (1.9.2015 to 1.9.2016), European Centre for Research Training and Development UK

Training and Workshops:
1. “Research Techniques in Social Science”. Period:28.08.2019-14.10.2019, Organizer: SUST Research Center, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh. Funded by: Social Science Research Center (SSRC), Planning division, Ministry of Planning, Government of Bangladesh.
2. “Interactive Teaching and Learning”. Date: February 11, 2019. Organizer: Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Leading University, Bangladesh .
3. “Technical Report Writing”. Date: November 13, 2018. Organizer: Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Leading University, Bangladesh ..
4. “Characteristics and Roles of a University Teacher”. Date: January 20, 2018. Organizer: Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Leading University, Bangladesh.
5. “ Table of Specifications (TOS), Rubrics, and Intended Learning Outcomes”. Date: January 07, 2018. Organizer: Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Leading University, Bangladesh.
6. “Quality Assurance: Accreditation and Internationalization”. Date: October 02, 2017. Organizer: Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Leading University, Bangladesh.
7. “Sampling Design”. Date: September 26, 2017. Organizer: Leading University, Bangladesh.
8. “Pedagogy: Interactive Classroom Management, Assessment and Rubrics”. Date: July 24, 2017. Organizer: Self-Assessment Committee, Leading University, Bangladesh.
9. “Questionnaire Design”. Date: From April 06, 2017 to May 25, 2017. Organizer: Leading University, Bangladesh.
10. “Self- Assessment Guidelines and Self- Assessment Report Writing”. Date: March 30, 2017. Organizer: Self-Assessment Committee, Leading University, Bangladesh.
11. Seminar on “Framework Development and Research Objectives”. Date: From September 29, 2016 to December 01, 2016. Organizer: Leading University, Bangladesh.
12. “Self- Assessment and Curriculum Development”. Date: October 20, 2016. Organizer: Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Leading University, Bangladesh.
13. “Understanding the Fundamentals of Research”. Date: From May 26, 2016 to June 23, 2016. Organizer: Leading University, Bangladesh.

Area of Study

Management; International Management and Strategy

Publications

Disparities in Consumers’ Perception on Dimensions of CSR

The perception of consumers towards corporate social responsibility varies among countries due to political and socio-economical differences. There is a scarcity of academic works on consumers’ perception of CSR in the context of developing countries. This paper aims at identifying the variations of consumers’ response on the four dimensions (economic, legal, ethical and philanthropic) of […]

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A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR INTENSITY OF RIVALRY

Firms competing in an industry are vital to determine the profitability of a business. The more intense the rivalry among these competing firms, the more threat it will create to profitability likewise lesser the intense of rivalry lesser the threat will be. Many factors influence the intensity of rivalry among firms in an industry. In […]

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