Abdul Rahman Baydoun

Abdul Rahman Baydoun
Faculty: Business AdministrationDepartment: Business AdministrationPosition: Assistant ProfessorOffice Number: 228/2Phone: 01/300 110Ext: 2572E-mail: a.baydoun@bau.edu.lb

Biography

Dr. Abdul Rahman Beydoun is an assistant professor at Beirut Arab University/ Faculty of Business Administration. He received his PhD. From Florida International University in 2012. His research interests include areas in international business and strategic management. He has published in peer review journals, and has various papers accepted in the proceedings in many conferences.

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Teaching

Teaching Exprience

Dr. Beydoun is an assistant professor at the Business Administration Department at Beirut Arab University (BAU) since September 2014. Dr. Beydoun taught at BAU the following courses: Seminar in Organizational Theory, Seminar in Strategic Management (PhD.); Human Resources Management, Strategic Management (MBA); Advanced Human Resources Management (MSc); Organizational Behavior, Strategic Management, Organizational Analysis and Design, International Business, and Human Resources Management (BBA).

Before joining BAU, Dr. Beydoun taught at Fad Bin Sultan University/ Saudi Arabia the following courses: Strategic Management , International Business, for Executive MBA; Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources Management, International Business, Strategic Marketing for MBA; Organizational Behaviour, Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, Marketing, Human Resources Management for undergraduate students.

Prior to moving to Saudi Arabia Dr. Beydoun taught at Florida International University/ USA the following courses for undergraduate students: International Business, Strategic Management, International Management, and Principles of Management

2015-16 Courses

Research

Publications:
  • Beydoun, A. (2015). Explaining Investor Preferences.  LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany
  • Beydoun, A. (2015).  'The Moderating Role of Corruption on the Relationship Between Corporate Social Responsibility and Multinational Enterprises Performance. Academy of International Business South East Conference.
  • Beydoun, A. & Paul, K. (2015).  Millennials Investing: The Impact of Gender, Business Education, and Other Demographic Variables on Risk Tolerance. Southern Management Association Conference, October 2015
  • Kalliny M, Beydoun A, Saran  A & Gentry L . (2009). Cultural Differences in Television Celebrity Use in the United States and Lebanon. Journal of International Business Research  8 (1) : 91-106.
  • Beydoun A & Paul K.  (2013). Investors as Stakeholders: The impact of demographic variables on risk tolerance. Submitted for publication
  • Paul K & Beydoun A. (2011). A Stakeholder Approach to Investor Preference: The Significance of Demographic, Ideological, and Attitudinal Factors. International Association for Business and Society. Bath, England.
Conferences: 
  • Beydoun A & Young H. (2003). Resource Development and Organization Task Environment” Midwest Academy of Management Meeting
  • Karen P & Beydoun A. (2013). A Psychological and Demographic Correlates of Estate Intentions . Southern Management Association Meeting, New Orleans.

 

Supervision

Activities

  • Editorial Review Board, Journal for Global Business and Community
  • Reviewer, Academy of Management, Academy of International Business
  • Reviewer, Academy of International Business South East
  • Member, Strategic Management Society
  • Member, Academy of International Business

Awards

  • British Council Scholarship for MBA at the University of Birmingham, England, 1993
  • Award of Academic Achievement, Yarmouk University, Jordan, 1987