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Jashim Uddin

  • Position: PhD Student - Department of Marketing and Management

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  • Uddin, J., Parvin, S., & Rahman, M. L. (2013). Factors Influencing Importance of Country of Brand and Country of Manufacturing in Consumer Product Evaluation. International Journal of Business and Management, 8(4), 65-74
  • Rahman, M. L., & Uddin, J. (2012). Test of Weak Form of Efficiency in Emerging Markets: A South Asian Evidence. ABAC Journal, 32(1), 1-15.
  • Parvin, S., Yasmin, I., & Uddin, J. (2011). Customer Relationship Management: A Key to Conquest Customer Satisfaction. Journal of Finance and Banking, 9(1), 99-116.  
  • Mohiuddin, M., Rahman, M. L., & Uddin, J. (2009). Test of Efficiency in Emerging Stock Markets: Evidence from Bangladesh. Journal of Business Administration, 35(1 & 2), 1-20.  
  • Rahman, M. L., & Uddin, J. (2009). Dynamic Relationship between Stock Prices and Exchange Rates: Evidence from Three South Asian Countries. International Business Research, 2(2), 167-174.
  • Uddin, J., Rahman, M. L., & Parvin, S. (2009). Determinants of Selecting Country-of-Origin (COO) as an Ingredient of Sourcing Strategy: Evidence from an Emerging Economy. ABAC Journal, 29(2), 37-48.
  • Uddin, J. (2009). Time Series Behavior of Imports and Exports of Bangladesh: Evidence from Cointegration Analysis and Error Correction Model. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 1(2), 156-162.
  • Parvin, S., Uddin, J., & Rahman, A. (2008). Packaging: The Unvoiced Communication Device to Revolutionize Consumers’ Intension to Acquire a Brand. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, 29(1), 67-80.  
  • Rahman, M. L., Uddin, J., & Salat, A. (2008). Random Walk Hypothesis and Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) General Index: An Econometric Analysis. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, 29(1), 115-136.
  • Rahman, M. L., & Uddin, J. (2008). Relationship between Stock Prices and Exchange Rates: Evidence from Bangladesh. International Journal of Business and Management, 3(9), 52-57.
  • Rahman, M. L., Khan, M. H., Uddin, J., & Afroz, S. (2008). Stock Market Performance of Mutual Funds: A Bangladesh Perspective. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, 29(2), 201-216.  
  • Uddin, J., Khan, M. H., Rahman, M. L., & Parvin, S. (2008). Time Series Behavior of Bangladesh-Japan Trade: An Econometric Analysis. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, 29(1), 169-186.  
  • Uddin, J., Parvin, S., & Rahman, M. L. (2008). Determinants of Purchasing Imported Products in a Regular Basis: Development of a Regression Model. International Journal of Business and Management, 3(10), 25-32.  
  • Uddin, J., Rahman, M. L., & Parvin, S. (2008). Efficiency of Floating Exchange Rate Regime in an Emerging Economy. Jahangirnagar University Journal of Business Research, 10, 1-12.
  • Yasmin, I., Parvin, S., & Uddin, J. (2006). Selecting the Store Format: Determinants of Consumers’ Preference for Supermarket Shopping. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, 27(1), 213-231.  
  • Yasmin, I., Uddin, J., & Parvin, S. (2005). Emergence of Supermarkets: The Rationale for Changes in Consumers’ Shopping Pattern for Household Requirements. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, 26(1), 239-247.  
  • Papers Accepted for Presentation in International Conferences:
  • Uddin, J., Rahman, M. L., & Parvin, S. (2008). Determinants of Country-of-Origin (COO) as an Ingredient of Sourcing Strategy of the Entrepreneurs of an Emerging Economy. Paper presented at the 1st International Conference of Global Business and Management Forum, Pearl School of Business, Gurgoan, India.  
  • Uddin, M. G. S., Rahman, M. L., & Uddin, J. (2008). Empirical Relationship between Stock Prices and Money Supply in Bangladesh: A Time Series Analysis. Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Global Research in Business and Economics, Bangkok, Thailand.

Student information

  • Load: PhD Student Full Time
  • Principal supervisor: Professor Greg Elliott
  • Associate supervisor: Dr Hamin Hamin
  • Date of submission: 13/02/2016
  • Thesis title: The Impact of Country- of- Origin (COO) on Australian Procurement Managers
  • Purpose: The proposed study intends to investigate the role of the COO cue in the decisions of purchasing/procurement managers and in their choice of supplier companies and countries.
  • Originality: To date there has been little research examining the impact of COO from the Business to Business (B2B) perspective. At the same time, COO researchers have pointed to the importance of addressing COO as a multi-disciplinary concept. The proposed study intends to fill the research gap by developing a model integrating COO’s multi-faceted linkages from B2B perspective. In particular, the research will examine the importance of the COO cue in the importing decisions of Australian purchasing/procurement managers.
  • Key Literature/theoretical perspective: The proposed research is based on the presumption of the cognitive premises of a linear compensatory multi-attribute attitude model, which would examine the contribution of COO amongst a detailed array of product and country attributes. Additionally, the conceptual framework has been developed through a review of the extant literature on COO, global purchasing, international sourcing, supplier selection, and international trade.
  • Design/methodology/approach: This study will be based on primary data collected through a structured questionnaire survey and its analysis will be quantitative in nature. A database of purchasing managers will be used to construct the sample and to conduct the online survey. The proposed data analysis techniques, at this stage, are structural equation modelling (SEM), hierarchical regression analysis, and analysis of variance (ANOVA).
  • Findings: The research hypotheses of the study are not yet tested empirically.
  • Research limitations/implications: The proposed study may academically contribute to the existing body of knowledge regarding critical success factors of international suppliers from the viewpoint of buyers. It will also provide a new perspective about the presumed importance of the COO cue in determining the purchasing decisions of importing/purchasing/procurement managers.
  • Practical and social implications: The identification of the determinants of procurement managers’ decisions with regard to both “company” and “country” suppliers will result in an improved understanding of the critical success factors for exporter countries and companies.
  • Keywords: COO, Procurement managers, Global purchasing, Company image, Country image.