Dr. Nadim Jahangir

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Dr. Nadim Jahangir

Professor

Email: njahangir@iub.edu.bd
Department: General Management
Room No: 2008-A
Phone: Ext. 2120

Academic Qualifications

  • Ph.D. (Australian Catholic University, Australia), Management
  •  MBA (City University, USA)
  •  BA (Winona State University, USA)

Research Interest

Social power bases commitment job satisfaction procedural justice organizational citizenship behavior

Dr. Nadim Jahangir done his Bachelors of Arts (BA) Degree from Winona State University, USA. He also completed his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from City University, USA. He received his Ph.D. from Australian Catholic University, Australia, Management.  He has research interest on Social power bases, Commitment, Job satisfaction, Procedural justice & Organizational citizenship behavior. He has written Books and Chapters in Books, Perceptions of Power: A Cognitive Perspective of Nationalized Commercial Banks of Bangladesh. Dana Publishers, Dhaka, 2003. He has attended Conference and Seminars, Paper Presented “The Role of Social Power, Procedural Justice, Organizational Commitment, and Job Satisfaction to Engender Organizational Citizenship Behavior” International Business Horizon conference at Amity University, India (2006). Multivariate Analysis and its Applications, Australian National University (Canberra), Australia, (2001). He has number of publications, some of them are, “Decision-Making in Educational Institutions: Some Reflections in the Perspective of Bangladesh.” “Factors Determining Customer Adaptation to Internet Banking in the Context of Private Commercial Banks of Bangladesh.” “The Relationship between Brand Affect, Brand Quality, and Customers’ Brand Extension Attitude: Exploring the Mediating Role of Customer Loyalty.”

  • Perceptions of Power: A Cognitive Perspective of Nationalized Commercial Banks of Bangladesh. Dana Publishers, Dhaka, 2003.
  • Paper Presented “The Role of Human Resource Accountability and Employee Psychological Contract in Determining Employee Job Behavior”, International Conference on Accountability in Bangladesh at Independent University, Bangladesh (2018).
  • Paper Presented “Reasons Behind Organization’s Selection of Human Resource Outsourcing: A Contrast between HR Department and Third Party HR houses”, International Conference on Accountability in Bangladesh at Independent University, Bangladesh (2018).
  • Paper Presented “The Role of Social Power, Procedural Justice, Organizational Commitment, and Job Satisfaction to Engender Organizational Citizenship Behavior” International Business Horizon conference at Amity University, India (2006).
  •  Multivariate Analysis and its Applications, Australian National University (Canberra), Australia, (2001).
  • A Study on Female Entrepreneurs in Malaysia. Business Ethics and Leadership, 2 (3), 2018, 67-73.
  • Decision-Making in Educational Institutions: Some Reflections in the Perspective of Bangladesh. Oorja, International Journal of Management and IT, 10 (3), September – December, 2012, 39-63.
  •  Factors Determining Customer Adaptation to Internet Banking in the Context of Private Commercial Banks of Bangladesh. Business Perspectives and Research, l (1), July – December, 2012, 25-35.
  •  The Relationship between Brand Affect, Brand Quality, and Customers’ Brand Extension Attitude: Exploring the Mediating Role of Customer Loyalty. Cambodian Management Journal, 1(1), January, 2009, 20-34.
  •  Employees’ Perception of Organizational Politics and its Outcome: A view of Corporate Bangladesh. Advances in Management, 1 (8), November, 2008, 39-46.
  •  The Role of Corporate Governance as a Bridge between Agency Conflict and Financial Performance. Advances in Management, 1(2), 2008, 34-41.
  •  The Role of Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use, Security and Privacy, and Customer Attitude to Engender Customer Adaptation in the Context of Electronic Banking. African Journal of Business Management, 2(1), February, 2008, 32-40.
  •  An Assessment of the Utility Value of Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Research in the Domain of Business Administration. The Journal of Banking, Information Technology and Management, 4(2), July-December, 2007, 3-21.
  •  Effect of Perceived Usefulness, Ease of Use, Security and Privacy on Customer Attitude and Adaptation in the Context of E-Banking. Journal of Management Research, 7(3), December 2007, 147-157.
  •  Examination of Profitability in the context of Bangladesh Banking Industry. ABAC Journal, 27(2), May-August, 2007, 36-46.
  •  An Exploration of Influence of Perceived Benefit of Search, Risk, and Knowledge of Product on External Information Search. Udyog Pragati, 31(3), July September, 2007, 2-9.
  •  Can Social Power Bases Engender Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Organizational Context. Journal of Finance and Banking, Vol. 8 Number 1 & 2, 2006, 20-32.
  •  The Impact of Social Power Bases, Procedural Justice, Job satisfaction, and Organizational commitment on Employees’ Turnover Intention. South Asian Journal of Management, 13(4), October-December, 2006, 72-88.
  •  Managerial Fairness and its Effects on Employees’ Job Commitment in the Nationalized Commercial Banks of Bangladesh. Journal of Business Studies, Vol. XXVII, June 2006, 21-33.
  •  The Role of Social Power, Procedural Justice, Organizational Commitment, and Job Satisfaction to Engender Organizational Citizenship Behavior. ABAC Journal, 26(3), September-December, 2006, 21-36.
  •  Synthesis of Managerial Fairness and Its Effects on Perceived Leader Quality: The Case of Nationalised Commercial Banks of Bangladesh. D.U. Journal of Marketing, 8, June 2005, 243-268.
  •  Relationships between Power, Procedural Justice, and Organizational Outcomes in NCBs of Bangladesh. Journal of Business Administration, Vol. 31, No. 3 & 4, July & October, 2005, 77-94.
  •  Effects of Managerial Leadership Power Bases on Employees’ Job Commitment in the Nationalized Commercial Banks of Bangladesh. Bank Parikrama, Volume XXX, No. 1, March 2005, 22-42.
  •  Employees Perception of Managerial Leadership Power Bases in the Nationalized Commercial Banks of Bangladesh: An Empirical Study. Journal of Business Administration, 30 (3 & 4), July & October, 2004, 21-45.
  •  Progress in Procedural Justice: Tunneling Through the Maze. BRAC University Journal, 2(1), November, 2005, 13-31.
  •  Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Its Nature and Antecedents. BRAC University Journal, 1(2), November, 2004, 75-87.
  •  The Relationship between Bases of Power and Work Reactions. The Journal of Social Studies, 100, April-June, 2003, 88-100.
  •  The Role of Procedural Justice in Organizational Behavior. Journal of International Affairs, 7(1), January-June, 2003, 9-42.
  •  Relationships between bases of Power and Work Reactions: A Case study on NCBs in Bangladesh. Bank Parikrama, XXVII (1), March 2002, 5-29.
  •  Relationship between Power, Control, and Organizational Outcomes. The Journal of Social Studies, 99, January-March, 2003, 56-72.
  •  Critical Evaluation of the Performance of a Nationalized Commercial Bank. The Journal of Social Studies, 83 , January-march, 1999, 79-95.
  •  Multinational Enterprise – Its Impact on Developing Countries. The Journal of Social Studies, 72, April-July, 1997, 55-64.
  •  The New Internationalism Process: The Japanese Way. The Journal for International Affairs, 2(1), July-December 1997, 43-52.
  • Jahangir, N. (2008). Bagchi, Amiy Kumar. The Political Economy of Bangladesh Underdevelopment. London: The Cambridge University Press, 1982 [Review of the book]. Independent Business Review 1(1), 2008, 107-114.
  •  Jahangir, N. (2008). Sen, Dilip Kumar. Anatomy of Human Resource Management and Accounting, Dhaka: The University Grant Commission of Bangladesh, June 2008 [Review of the book]. Independent Business Review 1(2), 2008, 111-121.