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Dr Muhammad Farrukh Moin

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr Farrukh Moin joined Newcastle Business School (NBS), Northumbria University as an Assistant Professor in April 2023. He has completed his Phd (Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior) from the School of Management, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), China. He has extensive experience of teaching, training and research in Asia and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). 

Before joining Newcastle business school, he was assistant professor at Rabat Business School, International University of Rabat, Morocco and prior to that he worked in Tongji University, Shanghai, China. His research areas are Leadership, Organizational Behavior, and Human Resources Management. He has several publications in the top tier (SSCI/SCI) journals including Journal of Organizational Change Management, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, Human Performance, Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, Current Psychology, Aslib Journal of Information Management, Technology in Society, Current Issues in Tourism, Journal of Leisure Research, Creativity and Innovation Management, The service Industries journal, among others. 

He is a fellow of Chinese Academy of Sciences and The World Academy of Sciences (CAS-TWAS). He regularly presents his research findings in top international conferences around the world including AOM conference. He is a member of Academy of Management, USA, the British Academy of Management, UK, and the EURAM etc. He is also the reviewer of many SSCI/SCI International Journals. 

Muhammad Farrukh Moin

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  • A systematic literature review of the relationship between sustainable human resources management and spiritual leadership, Macini, N., Sengupta, A., Moin, M., Caldana, A. 23 May 2023, In: Human Systems Management
  • Exploring factors affecting mobile-banking app adoption: a perspective from adaptive structuration theory, Ali, A., Hameed, A., Moin, M., Khan, N. 29 Jun 2023, In: Aslib Journal of Information Management
  • Subjective well‐being, COVID‐19 and financial strain following job loss:: stretching the role of human resource management to focus on human sustainability beyond the workplace, Hameed, Z., Garavan, T., Naeem, R., Burhan, M., Moin, M., McCabe, T. 3 Jul 2023, In: Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources
  • The relationship between green transformational leadership, corporate social responsibility, and task performance, Moin, M., Ikhide, J., Li, Y. 30 Aug 2023, In: Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management
  • Abusive supervision and job outcomes: a moderated mediation model, Moin, M., Khan, A., Ali, A., Chang, S. 24 May 2022, In: Journal of Organizational Change Management
  • A moderated mediation model of knowledge hiding: 知识隐藏:一个有调节的中介效应模型, Moin, M., Omar, M., Ali, A., Rasheed, M., Abdelmotaleb, M. 21 Aug 2022, In: The Service Industries Journal
  • A multistudy analysis of abusive supervision and social network service addiction on employee's job engagement and innovative work behaviour, Khan, A., Moin, M., Khan, N., Zhang, C. 1 Mar 2022, In: Creativity and Innovation Management
  • Challenge-hindrance stressors and service employees job outcomes, Moin, M., Spagnoli, P., Khan, A., Hameed, Z. 10 Aug 2022, In: Current Psychology
  • Effect of Emotion Regulation at Work, Moin, M. 6 Jul 2022, Academy of Management Proceedings, Academy of Management (AOM) Proceedings
  • Supervisor negative gossip and employees’ thriving at work: 主管负面八卦与员工工作繁荣, Zhu, Q., Wei, F., Moin, M. 2 Sep 2022, In: The Service Industries Journal

PhD June 20 2018

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