Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues: Volume 2 Issue 1


Table of contents

Do educational outcomes in Lebanese universities differ based on the academic model?

Diane Issa Nauffal

The purpose of this paper is to examine differences in students' perceptions of quality and satisfaction with their educational experience among four types of higher…

Transformational learning experiences of female UAE college students

Susan R. Madsen

To begin understanding how best to develop and train Emirati women so they can become more influential in business, government, and the community, research was conducted…

Time management in higher education: Reforming the credit hour system in Jordan's universities

Ahmad Farras Oran

Since its introduction into higher education, the “philosophy” behind the credit hour system (CHS) and its use has not fundamentally changed. Hence, the purpose of this…

The impact of the Arab national culture on the perception of ideal organizational culture in the United Arab Emirates: An empirical study of 17 firms

Andrew Klein, Marie France Waxin, Elina Radnell

The purpose of this paper is to examine the potential impact of Arab national culture (NC) on the style of organizational culture (OC) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Emiratization: aligning education with future needs in the United Arab Emirates

Robert Pech

Through an examination of current opinion and research on Emiratization, the United Arab Emirates' affirmative action policy in banks in Abu Dhabi, the purpose of this…

A neural network for diagnosing multiprocessor and multicomputer systems

Mourad Elhadef

The purpose of this paper is to describe a novel diagnosis approach, using neural networks (NNs), which can be used to identify faulty nodes in distributed and…



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2008 – 2014

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Emerald Publishing Limited


  • Professor David A Kirby
  • Dr Matthew Clarke