Jamal al-Khatib
Jamal al-Khatib
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Consumer ethics: a cross‐cultural investigation
JA Al‐Khatib, SJ Vitell, MYA Rawwas
European Journal of Marketing, 1997
3041997
Consumer ethics: The possible effects of terrorism and civil unrest on the ethical values of consumers
MYA Rawwas, SJ Vitell, JA Al-Khatib
Journal of Business Ethics 13 (3), 223-231, 1994
1771994
Beliefs about work in the Middle East and the convergence versus divergence of values
CJ Robertson, JA Al-Khatib, M Al-Habib, D Lanoue
Journal of World Business 36 (3), 223-244, 2001
1732001
Ethical segmentation of consumers in developing countries: A comparative analysis
JA Al‐Khatib, ADA Stanton, MYA Rawwas
International Marketing Review, 2005
1372005
Academic dishonesty: A cross-cultural comparison of US and Chinese marketing students
MYA Rawwas, JA Al-Khatib, SJ Vitell
Journal of Marketing Education 26 (1), 89-100, 2004
1262004
Consumer ethics in developing countries: an empirical investigation
JA Al-Khatib, K Dobie, SJ Vitell
Journal of Euromarketing 4 (2), 87-109, 1995
1171995
The relationship between Arab values and work beliefs: An exploratory examination
CJ Robertson, JA Al‐Khatib, M Al‐Habib
Thunderbird International Business Review 44 (5), 583-601, 2002
1152002
Ethical judgments and intentions: A multinational study of marketing professionals
SJ Vitell, A Bakir, JGP Paolillo, ER Hidalgo, J Al‐Khatib, MYA Rawwas
Business Ethics: A European Review 12 (2), 151-171, 2003
942003
The role of moral intensity and personal moral philosophies in the ethical decision making of marketers: A cross-cultural comparison of China and the United States
JJ Singh, SJ Vitell, J Al-Khatib, I Clark III
Journal of International Marketing 15 (2), 86-112, 2007
842007
Assurance of learning and study abroad: A case study
RJ Rexeisen, J Al‐Khatib
Journal of Teaching in International Business 20 (3), 192-207, 2009
782009
Does religion matter? A comparison study of the ethical beliefs of marketing students of religious and secular universities in Japan
MYA Rawwas, Z Swaidan, J Al-Khatib
Journal of Business ethics 65 (1), 69-86, 2006
782006
An assessment of the service quality provided to foreign students at US business schools
C Tomkovick, J Al-Khatib, BG Baradwaj, SI Jones
Journal of Education for Business 71 (3), 130-135, 1996
771996
Inter-country differences of consumer ethics in Arab countries
JA Al-Khatib, SJ Vitell, R Rexeisen, M Rawwas
International Business Review 14 (4), 495-516, 2005
652005
Post-communist consumer ethics: The case of Romania
JA Al-Khatib, CJ Robertson, DN Lascu
Journal of Business Ethics 54 (1), 81-95, 2004
612004
Organizational ethics in developing countries: a comparative analysis
JA Al-Khatib, MYA Rawwas, SJ Vitell
Journal of Business Ethics 55 (4), 307-320, 2004
592004
Business‐to‐business negotiating in China: the role of morality
JA Al‐Khatib, SM Vollmers, Y Liu
Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 2007
542007
Business ethics in the Arab Gulf States: a three-country study
JA Al-Khatib, CJ Robertson, ADA Stanton, SJ Vitell
International Business Review 11 (1), 97-111, 2002
532002
Perception of unethical negotiation tactics: A comparative study of US and Saudi managers
JA Al-Khatib, A Malshe, M AbdulKader
International Business Review 17 (1), 78-102, 2008
452008
Consumer ethics: Moral ideologies and ethical beliefs of a micro-culture in the US
Z Swaidan, MYA Rawwas, JA Al-Khatib
International Business Review 13 (6), 749-761, 2004
432004
Sales training practices: a cross‐national comparison
RC Erffmeyer, JA Al‐Khatib, MI Al‐Habib, JF Hair
International Marketing Review, 1993
381993
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