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HAIDAR Ali
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Research presentations Number of the published data : 23
No. Type of announcement Presentation theme Conference name Announcement date
1 Verbal Presentation ‘Maintaining local continuity amidst global neoliberal changes in public management: A study of Japanese... 16th AP Conference 2018, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, 1-2 December 2018. Abstract available in the 16th Asia Pacific Conference Proceedings, Panel Session 20: Public Policy in Japan, pp.54-55 2018/12/02
Presentation theme ‘Maintaining local continuity amidst global neoliberal changes in public management: A study of Japanese local government reform’
Conference name 16th AP Conference 2018, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, 1-2 December 2018. Abstract available in the 16th Asia Pacific Conference Proceedings, Panel Session 20: Public Policy in Japan, pp.54-55
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2 Verbal Presentation ‘Councillors or the community: A study of commitment of municipal council officers of the Oita prefecture,... 15th AP conference 2017, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, 11 -12 November 2017. 15th AP Conference Proceedings, Panel Session 14 2017/11/12
Presentation theme ‘Councillors or the community: A study of commitment of municipal council officers of the Oita prefecture, Japan’
Conference name 15th AP conference 2017, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, 11 -12 November 2017. 15th AP Conference Proceedings, Panel Session 14
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3 Verbal Presentation Employee’s Perception of Female Leadership Effectiveness in the Service Sector in Japan: Case Study... Societal Transformation in Asia Pacific: Charting the Waves of Change 2015/11
Presentation theme Employee’s Perception of Female Leadership Effectiveness in the Service Sector in Japan: Case Study of the Sayco Group
Conference name Societal Transformation in Asia Pacific: Charting the Waves of Change
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The increased participation of women in the labor force is expected to moderate the negative effect of the decline in the working age population of Japan. This study has focused on studying the employees’ perception of female leadership effectiveness in the service sector in Japan. Specifically the research aims to explore the existence or otherwise of relationship between leadership skills, demographic factors and the leadership effectiveness based on the employees’ perception. It has been found that the employees strongly believe that female leaders are effective in terms of the communication skills, decision making skills, personal character and the organizational performances. Moreover the study reveals that gender, age, education or service length has no impact on the perceived leadership effectiveness of female leaders.
 
4 Verbal Presentation From ethnocentric to geocentric international employment practice: A case study of Pt. Astra Daihatsu... Societal Transformation in Asia Pacific: Charting the Waves of Change 2015/11
Presentation theme From ethnocentric to geocentric international employment practice: A case study of Pt. Astra Daihatsu Motor CEO’
Conference name Societal Transformation in Asia Pacific: Charting the Waves of Change
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Japanese multinational corporations are known for their heavy reliance on parent country nationals (PCN) for the management of their overseas subsidiaries. The objective is to follow standardized management practices across all their subsidiaries. As part of this strategy, quite frequently Japanese corporations appoint PCNs in the top management positions of their overseas subsidiaries. However, one recent exception to this general practice is the appointment, for the first time, of a host country national (HCN) by the Daihatsu Motor corporation as the President Director of its Indonesian Subsidiary, PT. Astra Daihatsu Motor.

This study investigates the factors behind the appointment of the HCN as the President Director through a triangulation of primary and secondary data. Primary data was collected through conducting interviews with the senior managers of PT. Astra Daihatsu Motor and the president director himself. Secondary data was collected from magazines, newspaper, and the company website.

Extant studies explain appointment of HCNs as CEOs through the eclectic framework that included ownership, localization, and internalization (OLI) factors. The results of this study indicate that OLI framework alone is not sufficient and concludes that the personality traits and leadership skills contributed significantly to the appointment of the HCN as the CEO of PT. Astra Daihatsu Motor
 
5 Verbal Presentation ‘Public service values: A study of the experiences and preferences of NSW (Australia) local government... 12th Asia Pacific Conference, Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies (RCAPS), Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU) Beppu, Japan, 01-03 November 2014. Proceedings of the 15th Asian Bioethics Conference (ABC 15) & 12th Asia Pacific Conference (APC 12) ~ RCAPS, pp.386-393 2014/11/02
Presentation theme ‘Public service values: A study of the experiences and preferences of NSW (Australia) local government councillors’
Conference name 12th Asia Pacific Conference, Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies (RCAPS), Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU) Beppu, Japan, 01-03 November 2014. Proceedings of the 15th Asian Bioethics Conference (ABC 15) & 12th Asia Pacific Conference (APC 12) ~ RCAPS, pp.386-393
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More than two decades ago, with the introduction of the Local Government Act 1993, NSW saw fundamental changes in the power relationship between councilors and the council staff but almost no serious study exists that assessed the views of councilors about this relationship. This study, based on a survey of well over one hundred councilors triangulated with interviews across urban and rural councils, finds that councilors perceive that the council staff is largely neutral which they expect them to be. Councilors prefer the council staff to be neither responsive nor trustee and in the councilor experience council staff conform to the councilor preferences on both the values
 
6 Verbal Presentation , 'Politicians and public service employment: A study of the experiences and preferences of NSW... , International Employment Relations Association (IERA) Pacific Employment Relations Association (PERA) Joint 2014 Conference in Darwin, Australia, 02-05 November 2014 2014/11/02
Presentation theme , 'Politicians and public service employment: A study of the experiences and preferences of NSW Australia local government'
Conference name , International Employment Relations Association (IERA) Pacific Employment Relations Association (PERA) Joint 2014 Conference in Darwin, Australia, 02-05 November 2014
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More than two decades ago, with the introduction of the Local Government Act 1993, NSW saw fundamental changes in the power relationship between councilors and the council staff but almost no serious study exists that assessed the views of councilors about this relationship. This study, based on a survey of well over one hundred councilors triangulated with interviews across urban and rural councils, finds that councilors perceive that they are not powerful enough to carry through their policies and prefer to have more power over the employment matters of the council staff. We argue that the reasons behind such preferences of councilors are increasing politicization of councils and reluctance of council staff in punctually implementing council policies as expected by councilors.
 
7 Verbal Presentation ‘Politicization and managerial values: Responses from New Zealand councillors’, 'Advancing the quality of HRM and HRD in the global economy',International Employment Relations Association (IERA)17th Annual Conference 2009/07/03
Presentation theme ‘Politicization and managerial values: Responses from New Zealand councillors’,
Conference name 'Advancing the quality of HRM and HRD in the global economy',International Employment Relations Association (IERA)17th Annual Conference
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This presentation focused on the degree of influence of local government councilors (politicians) on the employment of senior council officers (public servants). The paper reported that politicians exercise quite a high level of influence on the employment of public servants in the New Zealand local government.
 
8 Verbal Presentation “Politicians and government manager employment; A study of the perceptions of the elected members of... 7th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Conference 2007/11/15
Presentation theme “Politicians and government manager employment; A study of the perceptions of the elected members of the New Zealand local authorities”
Conference name 7th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Conference
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9 Verbal Presentation “Trustees, neutrals or hired guns: A study of the employment relationship and managerial values of... 15th Annual International Employment Relations Association conference 2007/07/11
Presentation theme “Trustees, neutrals or hired guns: A study of the employment relationship and managerial values of Australian senior council officers”,
Conference name 15th Annual International Employment Relations Association conference
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10 Verbal Presentation 'Does the Australian Public Service Act 1999 Politicise the Employment Relationship of Senior Public... 6th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference 2006/11/16
Presentation theme 'Does the Australian Public Service Act 1999 Politicise the Employment Relationship of Senior Public Servants?'
Conference name 6th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference
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11 Verbal Presentation “Commitment to performance: A study of Australian senior council officers” 6th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference 2006/11/16
Presentation theme “Commitment to performance: A study of Australian senior council officers”
Conference name 6th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference
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12 Verbal Presentation ‘Politicisation of the employment of relationship of senior public servants: An assessment of the recommendations... 13th annual International Employment Relations Association conference 2006/06/28
Presentation theme ‘Politicisation of the employment of relationship of senior public servants: An assessment of the recommendations of the Coombs commission report’.
Conference name 13th annual International Employment Relations Association conference
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13 Verbal Presentation “Public Policy in Australia and the Politicisation of the Employment Relationship? A Framework for... 14th International Employment Relations Association conference on Family-friendly Employment Policies and Practices: An East-West perspective on Work-Life Balance 2006/06/20
Presentation theme “Public Policy in Australia and the Politicisation of the Employment Relationship? A Framework for Analysis”
Conference name 14th International Employment Relations Association conference on Family-friendly Employment Policies and Practices: An East-West perspective on Work-Life Balance
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14 Verbal Presentation 'Politicisation of senior public service employment relationship? An assessment of the recommendations... 13th annual International Employment Relations Association conference 2005/06/27
Presentation theme 'Politicisation of senior public service employment relationship? An assessment of the recommendations of the Coombs Commission Report'.
Conference name 13th annual International Employment Relations Association conference
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15 Verbal Presentation 'Employment relationship and politicisation: Views of Malaysian civil servants working in Penang.... 12th International Employment Relations Association (IERA) conference, 2004/07/07
Presentation theme 'Employment relationship and politicisation: Views of Malaysian civil servants working in Penang. Malaysia'.
Conference name 12th International Employment Relations Association (IERA) conference,
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16 Verbal Presentation 'New Public Management and the Employment Relationship in Victorian Local Government’ Employment relations theory, strategy, and practice, the challenges for the 21st century International employment relations association 10th annual conference 2002/07/08
Presentation theme 'New Public Management and the Employment Relationship in Victorian Local Government’
Conference name Employment relations theory, strategy, and practice, the challenges for the 21st century
International employment relations association 10th annual conference
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17 Verbal Presentation 'The Politician Public Servant Relationship UnderPerformance Based Contract Employment: A Study... Employment Relations Theory, Strategy and Practice: The Challenges of the 21st Century. International Employment Relations 10th Annual conference. 2002/07/07
Presentation theme 'The Politician Public Servant Relationship UnderPerformance Based Contract Employment: A Study of Victorian Local Government’
Conference name Employment Relations Theory, Strategy and Practice: The Challenges of the 21st Century. International Employment Relations 10th Annual conference.
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18 Verbal Presentation 'Managerialism, MBO and Performance Appraisal in Regional Local Government – Victoria' Employment relations in the new economy: Ninth annual conference of the International Employment Relations Association 2001/07/11
Presentation theme 'Managerialism, MBO and Performance Appraisal in Regional Local Government – Victoria'
Conference name Employment relations in the new economy: Ninth annual conference of the International Employment Relations Association
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19 Verbal Presentation 'The Neutrality Ethic Rules. Okay!: A Study of Senior Management in Regional Local Government'. Employment relations in the year 2000: Where have we been and where is it going? Eighth annual conference of the International Employment Relations. 2000/07/06
Presentation theme 'The Neutrality Ethic Rules. Okay!: A Study of Senior Management in Regional Local Government'.
Conference name Employment relations in the year 2000: Where have we been and where is it going? Eighth annual conference of the International Employment Relations.
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20 Verbal Presentation ‘The Employment Relationship in Gippsland Local Government: a Concurrent Jurisdiction’ 7th annual conference of the International Employment Relations Association (IERA) 1999/07/15
Presentation theme ‘The Employment Relationship in Gippsland Local Government: a Concurrent Jurisdiction’
Conference name 7th annual conference of the International Employment Relations Association (IERA)
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21 Verbal Presentation 'Power and employment relationship in Victorian local government: Responses from Gippsland senior... Globalisation and regionalism: Employment relations issues in the Asia-pacific: Sixth Annual Conference of the International Employment Relations Association 1998/07/16
Presentation theme 'Power and employment relationship in Victorian local government: Responses from Gippsland senior officers'
Conference name Globalisation and regionalism: Employment relations issues in the Asia-pacific: Sixth Annual Conference of the International Employment Relations Association
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22 Verbal Presentation 'Public Sector Employment Relationship and Management Morality: Conceptualising a Correlation Utilising... Centralism, Enterprise focus and individualism: Where is the balance and what are the implications? Fifth Annual Conference of the International Employment Relations Association. 1997/07/17
Presentation theme 'Public Sector Employment Relationship and Management Morality: Conceptualising a Correlation Utilising a Multi-Dimensional Typology of Public Service Morality'
Conference name Centralism, Enterprise focus and individualism: Where is the balance and what are the implications? Fifth Annual Conference of the International Employment Relations Association.
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23 Verbal Presentation 'Balancing loyalties in the public service: An examination of the Australian Journal of Public Administration... Towards real reforms in employment relations: can the adversarial culture be replaced? Fourth Annual Conference of the International Employment Relations Association. 1996/07/12
Presentation theme 'Balancing loyalties in the public service: An examination of the Australian Journal of Public Administration (AJPA) articles 1945-95'
Conference name Towards real reforms in employment relations: can the adversarial culture be replaced? Fourth Annual Conference of the International Employment Relations Association.
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