Is it the human resource policy to blame? Examining intention to quit among women managers in Arab Middle Eastern context. The paper examines the circumstances that surround women managers in the public and private sectors in UAE and how these women leaders end up leaving their jobs by resigning, changing organizations, or just quit (turnover)
The Role of Recipients in Sustaining Environmental Policies in United Arab Emirates. Paper presented at the Southeast Conference on Public Administration (SECoPA), Charleston, South Carolina, USA (Embassy Suites Hotel Airport/ Convention Center)
“Smart Government (SG)”initiative was a tool to enable governmental agencies to provide services efficiently through simple and transparent procedures around-the-clock and to meet people's expectations (Dubai Smart Government, 2013b)
Determinants of UAE Voters’ Preferences for Federal National Council Candidates. Digest of Middle East Studies, 2015. 24, 2: 213- 235. Abstract The purpose of this study was to explore the voting behavior in United Arab Emirates by asking 1,800 citizens about which criteria they used to vote for a particular candidate in the past Federal National Council elections.
Quality of Work Life in the Post-Nationalization of HR
Quality of Work Life in the Post-Nationalization of Human Resources: Empirical Examination of Workforce Emiratization in the United Arab Emirates. International Journal of Public Administration, 2014. 37,4: 224-236. DOI: 10.1080/01900692.
Examining Organizational Commitment among National and Expatriate Employees in the Private and Public Sectors in United Arab Emirates. International Journal of Public Administration, 2014. 37,12: 801-8011
Leadership Values Influencing Decision-Making: An Examination of Nine Islamic, Hindu, and Christian Non-profit Institutions in USA. South Asian Journal of Management, January-March 2008, 15,1: 24-41. ISSN: 0971-5428.
Contacting the Government among College Students: A Study in Higher Education Institutions in Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Georgia. Journal of Political Science Education, April-June 2009, 5, 2: 154-172. ISSN: 1551-2169.