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Dr Mahmood Shah

Associate Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Mahmood Shah

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Digital innovation in social cash organizations – the effects of the institutional interactions for transforming organizational practices, Kemal, A., Shah, M. 2 Aug 2023, In: Information Technology and People
  • Exploring the Process of Technology Socialization (TS) in the Family: ICT Adoption for Middle-aged Parents with the Influence of Adult Children, Tang, Z., Shah, M., Jamal, A. 19 Sep 2023, In: Information Systems Frontiers
  • Make every interaction count - assessing the role of customers’ self-construal on value co-creation at service encounters, Shamim, A., Ahn, J., Khan, I., Shah, M., Abid, M. 15 Mar 2023, In: International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research
  • Social-related factors in integrated UTAUT model for ZakaTech acceptance during the COVID-19 crisis, Bin-Nashwan, S., Shah, M., Abdul-Jabbar, H., Al-Ttaffi, L. 22 Nov 2023, In: Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research
  • Technological-personal factors of university students’ behavioral intention to continue using online services after the pandemic, Khashab, B., Alraja, M., Ayoubi, R., Shah, M. 31 Dec 2023, In: Cogent Psychology
  • The financial access, ICT trade balance and dark and bright sides of digitalization nexus in OECD countries, Alraja, M., Alshubiri, F., Khashab, B., Shah, M. 1 Jun 2023, In: Eurasian Economic Review
  • Adoption of social commerce: An empirical analysis in the context of Pakistan, Solangi, Z., Solangi, Y., Al-Githami, S., Maitlo, A., Shah, M. 1 Jul 2022, In: International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences
  • Big data driven innovation for sustaining SME supply chain operation in post COVID-19 scenario: Moderating role of SME technology leadership, Chatterjee, S., Chaudhuri, R., Shah, M., Maheshwari, P. 1 Jun 2022, In: Computers & industrial engineering
  • Machine Learning-Based Security Solutions for Critical Cyber-Physical Systems, Raza, A., Memon, S., Nizamani, M., Shah, M. 6 Jun 2022, 2022 10th International Symposium on Digital Forensics and Security (ISDFS), Piscataway, US, IEEE
  • Technological Innovation, Sustainable Green Practices and SMEs Sustainable Performance in Times of Crisis (COVID-19 pandemic), Alraja, M., Imran, R., Khashab, B., Shah, M. 1 Aug 2022, In: Information Systems Frontiers

  • Kamran Razzaq Evaluation of Machine Learning for Cyber Crime Prevention in Online Retailing Start Date: 01/10/2022
  • Muhammad Waseem Prevention of cybercrimes in online retail industry in developing world. Start Date: 01/10/2022
  • Mutlu Yazman Towards a more efficient architecture for the investment products market Start Date: 26/06/2023
  • Shahrukh Mushtaq Mitigating Cybercrimes in E-Government Services of Pakistan: A Managerial Perspective Start Date: 01/10/2022
  • Adeel Ali Barriers of Artificial Intelligence Enabled Cyber Security System: Banking Sector Perspective of Pakistan Start Date: 01/10/2022

  • Computer Science PhD October 22 2002
  • Computer Science MRes October 30 1998
  • Information Systems BSc (Hons) June 15 1997
  • Senior Fellow of HEA SFHEA

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