Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues: Volume 3 Issue 1


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Computer‐assisted instruction and student attitudes towards learning mathematics

Majid Aliasgari, Nosrat Riahinia, Fariba Mojdehavar

The purpose of this paper is to establish the effects of computer‐assisted instruction (CAI) on the attitude of students studying mathematics.

Towards a model curriculum for graduate human resource management studies: A case study from the United Arab Emirates

James Pounder, Mohamad Al Sakka

The purpose of this paper is to describe the development of a graduate human resource management (HRM) curriculum for a university in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The…

Measuring the effectiveness of a human resource information system in National Iranian Oil Company: An empirical assessment

Reza Hosnavi, Majid Ramezan

The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of three specific variables, namely: system quality, information quality, and finally information use, on the…

The effects of Islamic law on business practices

Sabina Cerimagic

The purpose of this paper is to give professionals working in Islamic countries a better understanding of the legal system in those countries. As a rule, multinational…

Perceptions of the accountant held by business students and business professionals in an emerging country: The case of Qatar

Helmi Hammami, Mohammed Hossain

The purpose of this paper is to investigate how business students and business professionals in Qatar perceive the accountancy profession.

Leadership styles of men and women in the Arab world

Zahi Yaseen

Disagreement amongst Arab writers, researchers, politicians, and others exists regarding the Arab woman's struggle to take on a leadership role traditionally dominated by…



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  • Professor David A Kirby
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