Professor Ali Quazi
School of Management
Highest Qualification – Phd
HDR Completions - 17
My research interests are in the areas of corporate social responsibility and environmental management, services/marketing/technology and educational management. Internationally known for my work on CSR, I have published (including in press) 130 papers including 64 refereed journal articles of which 27 are A/A*/Q1 ranked. I have published an edited book on CSR (2015) and numerous book chapters and case studies. Over 76 percent of my papers have been cited and I have near 2000 peer citations of my work including two from the Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility. Over 80 percent of my journal articles have impact factors and my cumulative impact factors amount to over 70. I have secured a number of competitive research grant worth over $262,000 to date. I have successfully supervised 17 HDR students. Most of them are working as university academics including a full Professor. I am on the editorial board of eight refereed journals. I am a Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute, World Academy of Business, Marketing and Management Development and a Certified Practicing Marketer. I have received a number of awards in recognition of my academic excellence including the National Citation Award for Teaching, Dean’s Best Researcher Award and the best PhD Supervisor Award by the International Consortium of Electronic Business as well as the Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award.
- 2016-2017: Competitive (Category 2): Consulting action research project titled “Increasing the capacity for realising benefits from project investment in the public sector: Overcoming project failure” funded by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services, Australian Government, (co-investigator). The amount of the award is S50, 000.
- 2016-20017: Consultancy grant for Improving research knowledge of faculty members towards the program of research, funded by Jagannath University under the Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project of the World Bank, $5,000
- 2009-2010: Competitive (category I) research grant (ADRA) from AUSAID. The project is titled “Investigating the drivers of corporate social responsibility within China’s inbound tourism supply chain” as a co-investigator in conjunction with Professor Byron Keating of the University of Canberra and Dr Anton Kriz of the University of Newcastle ($146,001.00 of which $78,523.00 is cash);
- 2010-2011: Competitive (Category 2): National Portrait Gallery grant ‘Visitor experience study for people attending the National Portrait Gallery’ ($30,000) with Professor Byron Keating, UC;
- 2007: Collaborative grant with Dr Anton Kriz titled “Building and sustaining business relationships in China”. Funded by the Faculty of Business and Law, University of Newcastle ($10,000.00).
- Quazi, A. & O'Brien, D. (2000). An empirical test of a cross-national model of corporate social responsibility, Journal of Business Ethics, 26, 33-51. (A-ranked, ABDC)/Q1, Scopus): Impact factor 1.66)
- * This paper has developed a seminal cross-cultural framework of CSR which has been used extensively in CSR related research globally. This paper has attracted 584 citations to date.
- Quazi, A. (2003), identifying the determinants of corporate managers` perceived social obligations, Management Decision, 41(9), 822-831.(B-ranked ABDC; Q2, Scopus; Impact factor: 1.825)
- * This paper was based on a pioneering work on the predictors of managerial CSR in Australia and has attracted 216 citations to date;
- Quazi, A. (2002), Managerial views of consumerism: A two country comparison, European Journal of Marketing, 36, 36-50 (A*-ranked ABDC/ Q1 Scopus; Impact factor: 1.006)
- *One of the pioneering works comparing managerial perception of consumerism in two contrasting market settings. This paper has attracted 39 peer citations to date
- Quazi, A., Nejati, M and Azlan, A. (2016), “Conceptualizing and measuring consumer social responsibility: A neglected aspect of consumer research”, International Journal of Consumer Studies, 40(1), 48-56, (A-ranked, ABDC) : Impact factor 1.361)
- *This paper is the first to capture the paradigm shift from corporate social responsibility (CSR) to consumer social responsibility (CnSR). This paper has conceptualized, developed and validated seminal measurement scales for CnSR and attracted 5 citations to date.
Selected Research Publications (in ascending order)
Google Scholar Profile
HDR supervision interest
Areas of Research Interest
- Corporate social responsibility and environmental management
- Marketing/services management
- Technology and innovation management
- Educational management
Research Theories / Models of Interest
- Social contract theory
- Stakeholder theory
- Cross-cultural CSR model
- Theory of planned behaviour/Theory of reasoned action
- Service quality (SERVQUAL) model
Research Methods of Interest
- Quantitative Methods
- Qualitative methods
- Mixed Methods (Triangulation)