Dr. Muhammad Asad Sadi has obtained his Ph.D. from Virginia Tech (USA) and is currently working as a Professor of Marketing at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Dhahran (Saudi Arabia). At this University, he received recognition as distinguished teaching and research faculty six consecutive times. He is also the recipient of Geneva (Switzerland) based Eurochrie Laureate award in year 2008. He has published over 45 research papers mostly in European and American research journals.
PhD Marketing, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
MBA, Executive, Indiana Central University, USA
MS. Economics, Punjab University, Pakistan
P.G.Dip. Accounting & Finance, Strathclyde University, UK
BS, Economics, Punjab University, Pakistan
Sadi, Muhammad A, (2015). “Labor Market and the Job Nationalization Policy: A Trajectory of Hospitality and Tourism Strategy in Saudi Arabia” European Journal of Natural and Social Sciences, Volume 4, No 2. pp. 414-426 (ISI) Indexed).
Mohammad Al-Husein and Muhammad A. Sadi, (2015). Preferences on the Perception of Mobile Banking: A Saudi Arabian Perspective. European Journal of Natural and Social Sciences, Volume 4, No 1. pp. 161-172 (ISI Indexed).
Sadi, Muhammad A, (2014). Marketing Trends and Future Challenges: A Review of Dairy Industry in Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Dairy Technology, Volume 67 20, pp 459-466 (ISI Indexed)
Sadi, Muhammad A, (2014). A Review of Saudization and Ntaqat Program to Indigenize Labor Market in Saudi Arabia, Journal of Global Business Advancement, Volume 9(3)(ABS Indexing)
Sadi, Muhammad A, (2014). Nationalization of Labor Market in Saudi Arabia: A Focus on Hospitality and Tourism. International Journal of Management and Human Resources, Volume 1(1). pp. 74-85.
Sadi. Muhammad A, (2013). The Implementation Process of Nationalization of Workforce in Saudi Arabian Private Sector: A Review of Nitaqat Scheme, American Journal of Business and Management, Volume 2(1), pp. 37-45.
Zietawi, Muhammad and Muhammad A. Sadi, (2013). Influences of Similarities and Dissimilarities of Bargaining Strategies: A Saudi Arabian and Jordanian Comparison. Asian Journal of Empirical Research, Volume 3(1), pp. 6-24.
Sadi, M.A. and Ali M. Al-Khalifah, (2012). Factors Influencing Trust in On-Line Shopping: A Case of Saudi Arabian Consumer Behavior Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences, Volume 3(5), pp. 517-522 USA
Sadi, M.A. and Basheer M. Al-Ghazal, (2012). The Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Motivation Among Women: A Comparative Study of Businesswomen in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, Asian Academy of Management Journal, Volume 17(1), (ERA)
Sadi, M.A. and Qamar Iftikhar, (2011). Factors Critical To the Success of Small-Medium Sized Business Marketing: A View from the Tourism Industry in Saudi Arabia, African Journal of Marketing Management, Volume 3(9), pp. 226-232
Merdah, W. O. and M. A. Sadi, (2011). Technology Transfer in Context with Saudi Arabian Small-Medium Enterprises, International Management Review Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 30-37 USA
Sadi, M.A. and Joan C. Henderson, (2011). “Franchising and Small Medium Sized Enterprises (SME) in Industrializing Economies: A Saudi Arabian Perspective “. Management Development Journal, Vol. 30, pp. 402-412, UK (ABS)
Walid OAM and Muhammad A. Sadi, (2011). Technology Transfer in Context with Saudi Arabian Small-Medium Enterprises, International Management Review, Volume 7(1) PP. 30-37, USA
Sadi, M. A. and Joan. C. Henderson, (2010), Towards Job Localization in Saudi Arabia: Drivers and Barriers within Service Industry, Journal of Immigrants and Refugees Studies, , 121-134.
Sadi, M. A. and Al-Ghazal B., (2010), Doing Business with Impudence: A Focus on Women Entrepreneurship in Saudi Arabia, African Journal of Business Management, 4(1), 1-11.(ISI)
Sadi, M.A. and T. Saricimen, (2010) Value Factors Determining Satisfaction at Full Scale Restaurant in Saudi Arabia, Journal of Global Business Advancement, 3.
Sadi, M.A. and W. Al-Fauzan, (2009). Franchising and its Impact on SMEs: A Focus on Saudi Arabian Business Environment, International Journal of Management Cases, 11(3), 1112-130.
Area of Specialization
Labor Market, Tourism