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Research interests

Organisational Behaviour

Leadership

Spirituality and Religion

Well-Being

 

Biography

Dr. Tamer Koburtay is an Assistant Professor of leadership and behavioural studies at Newcastle Business School in Northumbria University. He relocated to Northumbria  University after spending four years at Petra University in Jordan, Amman and Qatar University in Qatar, Doha. Tamer completed his PhD in the University of Huddersfield-UK and obtained a Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods from the same university. He has a Fellowship in the Higher Education Advance – UK. His research addresses issues related to gender practices, leadership, religion, culture and workers’ psychological well-being. Tamer published several research in highly ranked journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, International Journal of Hospitality Management, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, European Business Review, Personnel Review, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research and many others and also participated in world-class conferences including AOM, EURAM, SWAM and others. Tamer also serves as a reviewer in journals such as Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Stress and Health, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, European Business Review, Current Psychology, Current Issues in Tourism and Human Resource Development Review. Currently, Tamer serves as a SIG officer in gander, race, and diversity in organisations track in the European Academy of Management.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD

1 Jan 201510 Jul 2017

Award Date: 30 Jun 2017

Research Methods, PGCert

Award Date: 31 Oct 2015

Business and Administration, MBA

Award Date: 12 Jun 2014

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