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  HAIDAR Ali
   Department   College of International Management
   Position   Professor
■ Education
1. 1980/04~1985/08 〔Doctoral course〕 Public Administration, School of Political Science, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, Completed
2. 1976/09~1978/04 Arts, Public Administration, Dhaka University, Graduated
■ Academic and professional experience
1. 2003/01~2010/11 Monash University Department of Management Senior Lecturer
2. 1995/06~2002/12 Monash University Department of Management Lecturer
3. 1992/06~1993/12 Universiti Sains Malaysia School of Social Sciences Lecturer in Public Administration
■ Message
Message to undergraduate students: Japanese corporations provide an effective alternative to the way companies are managed in the USA and Europe. Let us research them together and explore the new frontiers of corporate management. Message to graduate school students: Japanese corporations provide an effective alternative to the way companies are managed in the USA and Europe. Let us research them together and explore the new frontiers of corporate management.
■ Books and theses
1. 2019/07/01 Article ‘Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction: A study of selected hostels in Bangkok, Thailand’. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism: Culture and Environment Conservation Society, 17(1),pp.1-25 (Collaboration) 
2. 2017/01 Article Neutral – Neither Trustees nor Hired Guns: The Experiences and Preferences of Local Government Councillors of NSW Australia Australian Journal of Public Administration  (Collaboration) 
3. 2016/01 Article 'Daihatsu shifts and aligns its strategies: A case study of the appointment of an Indonesian as the CEO of Astra Daihatsu Motor International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences 6(1),pp.83-99 (Collaboration) 
4. 2015/04 Other Editor, 13th AP Conference Proceedings, 07-08 November 2015: Societal Transformation in Asia Pacific: Charting the Waves of Change. Hosted by the Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies (RCAPS)   (Single) 
5. 2015/04 Other Editor, Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies   (Single) 
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■ Conference presentations
1. 2018/12/02 ‘Maintaining local continuity amidst global neoliberal changes in public management: A study of Japanese local government reform’ (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)
2. 2017/11/12 ‘Councillors or the community: A study of commitment of municipal council officers of the Oita prefecture, Japan’ (15th AP conference 2017, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, 11 -12 November 2017. 15th AP Conference Proceedings, Panel Session 14)
3. 2015/11 Employee’s Perception of Female Leadership Effectiveness in the Service Sector in Japan: Case Study of the Sayco Group (Societal Transformation in Asia Pacific: Charting the Waves of Change)
4. 2015/11 From ethnocentric to geocentric international employment practice: A case study of Pt. Astra Daihatsu Motor CEO’ (Societal Transformation in Asia Pacific: Charting the Waves of Change)
5. 2014/11/02 , 'Politicians and public service employment: A study of the experiences and preferences of NSW Australia local government' (, International Employment Relations Association (IERA) Pacific Employment Relations Association (PERA) Joint 2014 Conference in Darwin, Australia, 02-05 November 2014)
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■ Awards and honors
1. 2007/07 *
■ Educational ability
● Practice example of education method
1. 2018/10/03 Ensuring partcipation in a large class (215 to 250 students)
2. 2016/04/01 Introduction of 500 (five hundred) word summary of journal articles rlated to lecture topics
3. 2015/04/01~2018/02/15 Introduction of Lecture Review and Presentation Review
● Made textbook and teaching material
1. 2018/11/23 Subject information 052060FM: Strategic Management FM AY2018, Fall Semester, 2nd Quarter
2. 2018/10/01 Subject Information Management Seminar (5th semester students) Management in Asia: Major seminar: Introductory readings Fall 2018
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■ Professional contribution to Society
1. 2019/05 Managerial Effectiveness and its Correlates in Indian Banking Industry