Dr. Sohail is Professor of Marketing and teaches International Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Services Marketing, Retail Management and other courses. He has developed several teaching cases and has also co-authored a case book in Marketing. Dr. Sohail is an avid researcher having published about a hundred scholarly research articles. Most of these are well established, premier and reputable journals. He has also presented his research findings in a number of international conferences across the globe. He also serves in the Editorial Board of several international journals. Dr. Sohail has also been the recipient of the prestigious Distinguished Researcher Award for excellence in Research at KFUPM more than once. Through the Research Institute at KFUPM, he has participated in several research consultancy projects. Prominent among them include the Ministry of Energy and Water, Ministry of telecommunication and several other leading organizations.
PhD in Marketing, Agra University. India
Sohail, M. Sadiq and Opoku, Robert A. (2016). Applying the animosity model in foreign product purchase: Evidence from an emerging nation. Journal of International Consumer Marketing (Forthcoming)
Al-Jabri, Ibrahim, Sohail, M. Sadiq and Ndubisi, Nelson Oly , (2015), Understanding Global Social Networking Sites Usage by Arabs through the Uses and Gratifications Theory Lens, European Online Journal of Natural and Social Sciences, 33(4), 335-344.
Sohail, M. Sadiq, (2015), Linkages between internal marketing, service quality and customer satisfaction in the service sector: a proposed conceptual framework, International Journal of Business and Management Study, 2(1), 21-24.
Sohail, M. Sadiq, (2015), Gender differences in mall shopping: a study of shopping behavior of an emerging nation, Journal of Marketing and Consumer Behavior in Emerging Markets, 1 (1), 36-46.
Sohail. M. Sadiq and Ibrahim Al-Jabri, (2014), Attitude towards mobile banking: are there any differences between users and non-users, Behavior and Information Technology, 33(4), 335-344.
Area of specialization
Cross cultural/cross-national consumer behavior
Global business strategy