Jamal A. Al-Khatib
Professor : Marketing Department
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B.A., business administration, King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia
M.B.A., Ball State University
Ph.D., marketing/international business, The University of Mississippi
- Business ethics and corporate social responsibility
- Cross-cultural consumer behavior
- Emerging trading blocs in the Middle East
- International marketing
- Business ethics and corporate scoial responsibility
- Cross-cultural consumer behavior
- Malshe, Avinash, Jamal Al-Khatib, Mohammed Al-Habib, and Shaza Ezzi, “Exploration of Sales-Marketing Interface Nuances in Saudi Arabia,” Journal of Business Research 65:8 (2012): 1119-1125.
- Alexander, D. L, J. J. Sailors, J. A. Al-Khatib, and M. I. Al-Habib, "The effect of near- versus distant-future mindsets on socially responsible investors’ mutual fund preferences," Journal of Financial Services Marketing 17 (2012): 67–79.
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, Avinash Malshe, John Sailors and Irvine Clark, III, "The Impact of Deceitful Tendencies, Relativism and Opportunism on Negotiation Tactics: A Comparative Study of US and Belgian Managers," European Journal of Marketing 45:1/2 (2011): 133-152.
- Malshe, Avinash, Jamal Al-Khatib and John Sailors, "Business to Business Negotiations: The Role of Relativism, Deceit, and Opportunism," Journal of Business to Business Marketing 17:2 (2010): 173-207.
- "Assurance of Learning and Study Abroad: A Case Study," Journal of Teaching in International Business 20:3 (2009): 192 – 207.
- Grzeskowiak, S. and Jamal Al-Khatib, "Does Moraility Explain Opportunism in Marketing Channel Negotiations?: The Moderating Role of Trust," International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management 37:2 (2009): 142-160.
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, Avinash Malshe and M. AbdulKader, "Perception of Unethical Negotiation Tactics: A Comparative Study of US and Saudi Managers," International Business Review 17:1 (2008): 78-102.
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, M. Rawwas and K. Konishi, "Japanese Distribution System: The Impact of Newly Designed Collaborations on Wholesalers’ Performance," Industrial Marketing Management 37:1 (2008): 104-115.
- Al-Khatib, Jamal and S. Vitell, "Ethical Intentions and Consequences: A Multinational Study of Marketing Professionals," Journal of International Marketing 15:2 (2007): 86-112.
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, S. Vollmers and Y. Liu, "How Ethical Are Chinese Negotiators?: Implications for Western Firms Interested in the Chinese Market," Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing 22:2 (2007): 84-96.
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, M. Rawwas and Z. Swidan, "The Ethical Challenges of Global Business-to-Business Negotiations: An Empirical Investigation of Developing Countries' Marketing Managers," Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice (2006).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, M. Rawwas and Z. Swidan,"Does Religion Matter?: A Comparative Study of the Ethical Beliefs of Marketing Students of Religious and Secular Universities in Japan," Journal of Business Ethics (2006).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, A. Stanton and M. Rawwas,"Ethical Segmentation of Consumers in Developing Countries: A Comparative Analysis," International Marketing Review 25:2 (2005).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, S. Vitell, R. Rexeisen and M. Rawwas, "Inter-Country Differences of Consumer Ethics in Arab Countries?" International Business Review 14:4 (2005): 495-516.
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, M. Rawwas and D. Struton, "Sources of Pre-Versus Post-Purchase Perceptions in Service Settings: A Compartive Analysis," Journal of Customer Behaviour 4:3 (2005).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, Z. Swidan and M. Rawwas,"Consumer Ethics: Moral Ideologies and Ethical Beliefs of a Micro-Culture in the U.S.," International Business Review 13:6 (2004).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, M. Rawwas and S. J. Vitell, "Work-Related Ethics in Developing Countries' Organizations: An Empirical Investigation," Journal of Business Ethics 55:44 (2004): 307-320.
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, M. Rawwas and S. J. Vitell, "Academic Dishonesty: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of U.S. and Chinese Marketing Students," Journal of Marketing Education 26:1 (2004).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, D. Lascu and C. Robertson, "Post-Communism Consumers' Ethics: The Case of Romanian Consumers," Journal of Business Ethics 54 (2004): 81-95.
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, A. Baker, J. Paolillo, M. Rawwas and S. Vitell, "Ethical Judgments and Intentions: A Multinational Study of Marketing Professionals," Business Ethics: A European Review 12:2 (2003).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, C. Robertson, A. Stanton and S. Vitell, "Business Ethics in the Arab-Gulf States," International Business Review (2002).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, C. Robertson and M. Al-Habib, "A Three-Country Study of Beliefs about Work in the Middle East," Thunderbird International Business Review (2002).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, C. Robertson and M. Al-Habib, "The Relationship Between Arab Values and Work Beliefs: An Exploratory Examination," Journal of World Business (2001).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal, A. Stanton and K. Dobie, "Consumers’ Perception of Foreign Goods: Implications for Positioning Global Products to the Arab Market," Journal of Global Business 13:22 (2001).
- Al-Khatib, Jamal and S. Vitell, "The Impact of the Environment on Marketing Channels in Developing Countries," Journal of Marketing Channels 7:3 (2000).
Significant Scholarly Honors
- Winner, Case of the year competition, National Small Business iIstitute, 2007
- Summer research grants, 2002-present
- Honorary mention, SBI Annual Case Competition, 2006
- Best paper award, American Marketing Association’s Winter Educators’ Conference, 2001
- Best paper award, International Academy of Business Disciplines Annual Meeting, 1993
- Best paper award, Marketing Education Review, 1997