Dr Quamrul Alam Management, Marketing & Tourism / School of Business and Law

Prof - International Business & Strategy

PhD in Economics, MSc in Development Economics and Masters in Public Administration

Contact Details

Email: q.alam@cqu.edu.au

Phone: (03) 9616 0676 - Ext: 50676

Office Location

Level 4, Room 4.09

120 Spencer Street

Melbourne, 3000

About Me

Universities Studied At
  • PhD in Industrial Policy and Management, Flinders University, 1991
  • Master of Economics, Manchester University, 1982
  • Master of Public Administration (First Class), Dhaka University, 1978
  • BA (Honours) in Public Administration (First Class), Dhaka University, 1977

Universities Worked At

Monash University

La Trobe University

Flinders University

Victoria University of Technology

The Australian National University

University of Dhaka



Awards

· Australian Postgraduate Award (APA Scholarship for Ph.D. research), 1986.

· The Commonwealth Scholarship for Master of Economics, Manchester University, 1981.

· Merit Scholarship University of Dhaka, 1978-1979.

· Merit Scholarship: Award for excellent academic performance (in Higher Secondary Certificate. 1973-1976).

· Government of Bangladesh Talent Pool Scholarship (for securing 2nd position in the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Jessore), 1970.

Professional Experience

Professor Alam has won over $2.5 million in external research grants as a leader and co-leader. Most of the external grants are Category 1 and Category 2 funded by the Australian Government and UNDP. He also secured around .01 million internal research grants. Through these grants Professor Alam has established national and international linkages for research and educational collaboration involving public and public sector organisation such as DFAT, Santos Australia, Woodside Petroleum, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), Australian Energy Regulator (AER), Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC), Newcastle Port Corporation, Stanwell Corporation Queensland, NRG Power Plant (Gladstone), Melbourne Port Authority, Eastlink, and Infrastructure Victoria.


In addition, her has established links with various entities in Bangladesh including the Ministry of Public Administration (MOPA), Bangladesh Public Administration Centre, Prime Minister’s Office (Bangladesh), Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources, Petrobangla, Northwest Power Generation Company Ltd, Energypac (Bangladesh), Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission (BERC), Bangladesh India Power Friendship Company, Ministry of Environment and Forests (Bangladesh).


Professor Alam has also established research collaboration with Australian regional organisations such as Bendigo Regional City Council, Bendigo Manufacturing Association, Central Goldfields Shire (CGS), Grain Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development, Wimmera Development Association, Horsham.


Professor has a strong track record in publication in highly ranked journals including South Asia (ERA A*), Australian Journal of Public Administration (ERA A), Public Management Review (ERA A), Public Administration and Development (ERA A), Local Government Studies (ERA A), Human Resource Management Journal (ERA A), Administration and Society (ERA A), Energy Policy (ERA A), Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy (ERA B).


Professor Quamrul Alam has strong track record in research supervision having supervised 16 PhD research students to completion as Principal Supervisor or Associate Supervisor. He has also supervised Honours and Master Research students. He is currently supervising 3 PhD research students as Principal Supervisor and Co Supervisor. He has examined over 12 PhD research theses.


He has made notable contributions to teaching and learning in international business theory and practice, strategic management and international business management. His students’ satisfaction index is very high (4+ out of 5) since 2012. He has contributed in teaching and learning pedagogy and published a journal article and a book chapter on e-Learning, postgraduate supervision and transnational education. He also authored texts for international business and strategic management (Global Reposting: Sustainability and Value Co-creation, Diplomacy and Statecraft, Business and Management).


Prof Quamrul Alam’s organisational skills are excellent. He has organised a series of international conferences, seminars and workshops. He was the co-organiser of 1st International Conference on Energy and Power (ICEP2016) held in Melbourne. He has also organised an International Research Symposium on Australia-Bangladesh collaboration in 2016 in Melbourne, International Business Conference in Dhaka in association with Dhaka University, RMIT University, Swinburne University, and Bangladesh University of Business and Technology. Prof Alam has organised an Interfaith Symposium at Monash University in 2006. He has also organised a National Symposium on Energy and Power Sector Capability Building in association with RMIT University in Dhaka in March 2017 which was sponsored by DFAT and Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources (Bangladesh).

Professional Memberships
  • Member, International Research Society for Public Sector Management (IRSPM)
  • Member, American Society for Public Administration
  • Member, Academy of International Business (AIB)
  • Member, Australia New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM)
  • Member, Business Foundation of Australia

Book Chapters

1. Alam, Q and Khair, R (2014), Development of Human Capital in Bangladesh Public Service: Its Drivers and Consequences, in Ahmed, N (2014) 40 Years of Public Administration and Governance in Bangladesh, The University Press Limited, Dhaka.

2. Alam, Q. (2013). Public Agencies’ Initiatives for Social Development in Bangladesh. In M. Sabharwal & E. M. Berman (Eds.), Public Administration in South Asia: India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan (pp. 337-368). CRC Press.

3. Alam, F; Hodgraft, R. and Alam, Q (2014), e-Learning: Challenges and Opportunities, Firoz Alam (ed), Using Technology Tools to Innovate Assessment, Reporting, and Teaching Practices in Engineering Education, IGL Global, Hersey, PA.USA.

4. Isa, M and Alam Q (2016), Social Business and Sustainable Development,, in Alam, Q & Chowdhury, M (2016), Global Reposting: Sustainability and Value Co-creation, TILDE University Press, pp.238-248, Prahran, Victoria.

5. Isa, M and Alam Q (2012), Microfinance as a new paradigm of social Business, in Alam, Q and Majumdar. N (2012) Cases in Business and Management, TILDE University Press.

6. Alam, Q. (2007), Qantas Airline’ in Di Waddell, Thomas Cummings and Chris Worley (eds.): Organisation, Development and Change: Asia Pacific, third edition, Thompson, Melbourne, Australia.

7. Nguyen, T. H., Alam, Q., Prajogo, D., (2009), Developing Small and Medium Enterprise SMEs in a Transitional economy – From Theory to Practice: An Operational Model for Vietnamese SMEs, in Amitabaha Ghose ed. Small Business : Marketing Challenges and Strategies, The Icfai University Press, Hydrabad, India: 146-157.

8. Alam, Q, Mian, M.E.U.and Smith R.F (2006), ‘The Impact of Poor Governance on Foreign Direct Investment: The Bangladesh Experience’, in Raza Ahmad (ed.) The Role of Public Administration in Building A harmonious Society, ADB, China National School of Administration and NAPSIPAG, the Philippines.

9. Alam, Q., & J. Pacher (2003), ‘Internationalisation of Australian SMEs: Challenges and Opportunities’, in R. Wright & H. Etehmad (eds), Globalisation and Entrepreneurship: Policy and Strategy Perspectives, Edward Elgar, pp.85-105.

10. Alam, Q., & M. Beacom (2002), ‘E-Commerce and Internationalisation of SMEs in Australia: Issues and Challenges’, in D. Waddell (ed.), E-Business in Australia: Concepts and Cases, Pearson, pp.177-190.

11. Alam, Q (1996), State: Weak or Fragmented, in Habib Mohammad Zafarullah edited. The Zia’s Episode in Bangladesh Politics, South Asian Publishers, New Delhi, 1996.

12. Alam, Q (1994), ‘Bangladesh Economy: Trends and Prospects’ in Australia - South Asia: A Blueprint for 2001, A Report jointly published by Centre of South Asian Studies, Monash University, and The Indian Ocean Centre for Peace Studies, University of Western Australia in October, 1994, pp. 125-143.

13. Alam, Q (1993), ‘Strategies of Industrialisation’, in Habib M. Zafarullah, Ali Taslim and Anisuzzaman Chowdhury eds. Policy Issues in Bangladesh, South Asian Publishers Private Ltd, New Delhi, pp. 137-162.

14. Khan and Alam, Q. (1985), ‘Public Enterprise in Bangladesh’, with M.M.Khan in R.K. Misra and Chandrashekhar eds. Public Enterprises in the World, Hydrabad Institute of Public Enterprises, India, pp.115-130.

Books

1. Alam, Q & Chowdhury, M (2016), Global Reposting: Sustainability and Value Co-creation, TILDE University Press, Second Edition, Prahran, Victoria.

2. Hossain, A and Alam, Q (2015), Global Climate Change and Food Security in Bangladesh, Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken, Germany.

3. Alam, Q. & Majumdar, N.A. (2011), Cases in Business and Management, 2nd Edition, TILDE University Press, Praharan, Victoria.

4. Siddiqui, K & Alam, Q (2010), Diplomacy and Statecraft, TILDE University Press, Second Edition, Prahran, Victoria.

Theses

Examined PhD Theses from

University of Bergan

Flinders University

Latrobe University

RMIT University

University of New England

University of New South Wales

Macquarie University

University of Canberra

University of Dhaka

Refereed Conferences

1. Alam, F; Sarker, R; Alam, Q; Chowdhury, H and Paul, A.C (2018), ‘Regional collaboration of power utilisation in South Asia’ presented at the International Conference on Energy Policy, 13-15, December, CQUniversity Sydney Campus, Australia.

2. Alam, F; Saleque, K; Alam, Q Chowdhury H and Jazar, R (2018), ‘Crude Oil and Interdependency in South Asia’ presented at the International Conference on Energy Policy, 13-15, December, CQUniversity Sydney Campus, Australia.

3. Alam, F; Saleque, K; Alam, Q and Chowdhury, H (2018), ‘Liquid Fuel Consumption and Bilateral Trade: South Asian Interdependency’ paper presented at the International Conference on Energy Policy, 13-15, December, CQUniversity Sydney Campus, Australia.

4. Alam, F; Saleque, K; Alam, Q and Chowdhury, H (2018), ‘Harmonising Power Trading Regulations in South Asia’ paper presented at the International Conference on Energy Policy, 13-15, December, CQUniversity Sydney Campus, Australia.

5. Rahman, S; Alam, Q; Teicher, T and Cox, J.W (2018), “An institutional perspective of public sector leadership in the Bangladesh public administration”. Presented at the Public Management Research Conference (PMRC) 2018, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

6. Rahman, S, Alam, Q; Teicher, J; and Van Gramberg, B (2017), Public Sector Leadership in Developing Countries: The Nature and Character of Leadership Among Mid-level Managers in Bangladesh, Paper presented at the IRSPM Conference, 19-21 April, Budapest, Hungary.

7. Alam, Q. and Teicher, J. (2017), ‘Regulation and Governance in Developing and Emerging Economies: The Experience of Bangladesh Telecommunication Industry’, paper presented at the 19th IRSPM Conference, 30 March-1 April, Birmingham, UK.

8. Alam, Q. and Coghill, K., ‘Perceptions of Corruption: Innovative Sources in Three Countries’, paper presented at the 16Th IRSPM Conference, 11-13 April, Rome, Alam, Q. and Coghill, K., ‘Perceptions of Corruption: Innovative Sources in Three Countries’, paper presented at the 16Th IRSPM Conference, 11-13 April, Rome, Italy.

9. Kabir, H., Alam, Q. and Chaudhri, V., ‘Seven pillars of managing PPPs: A Rainbow model of Collaborative Management’, paper presented at the 16Th IRSPM Conference, 11-13 April, Rome, Italy.

10. Alam, Q., Bernadine Van Gramberg, Teicher, J. and Keddie, J., ‘Developing Country Readiness for Reform: Obstacles in Bangladesh’, paper presented at the 16Th IRSPM Conference, 11-13 April, Rome, Italy.

11. Chowdhury, M., Prajogo, D. and Alam, Q. ‘Antecedent and impacts of social capital in buyer supplier relationship: A study of Australian manufacturing firms’, paper presented at the 18th International Annual EurOMA Conference, University of Cambridge, UK.

12. Alam, Q & Samaratunge, R., ‘Human capital development in South Asia: Evidence from Bangladesh and Sri Lanka’, paper presented at the IRSPM Conference, 11-13 April, Dublin, Ireland.

13. Kabir. M. H & Alam, Q., ‘Collaborative Project Management through Public Private Partnerships: The EastLink Experience in Victoria, Australia’, paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Quality, Innovation & Knowledge Management (QIK), 15-18 February 2011, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

14. Kabir, M. H & Alam, Q. ‘Managing Infrastructure Projects in Victoria, Australia: A shift from contractual to collaborative public management strategy’, presented at IRSPM conference, 11-13 April 2011, Dublin, Ireland.

15. Kabir, M. H., Alam, Q & Hodge, G., ‘Determinants Affecting the Management Of PPPs: A study of Two Australian Infrastructure Projects’, presented at IRSPM Conference, 11-13 April 2011, Dublin, Ireland.

16. Chowdhury, M., Prajogo, D. I., & Alam, Q., ‘Building Supply Chain Knowledge and Collaboration Using Social Capital’, paper presented at the 10th International Research Conference on Quality, Innovation and Knowledge Management, Aligning Innovation in Developed and Emerging Economies, 15 – 18 February, Sunway Resort Hotel and Spa, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

17. Kabir. K. & Alam, Q., ‘Collaborative Project Management through Public Private Partnerships: The EastLink Experience in Victoria, Australia’, paper presented at the 10th International Research Conference on Quality, Innovation and Knowledge Management, Aligning Innovation in Developed and Emerging Economies, 15 – 18 February, Sunway Resort Hotel and Spa, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

18. Alam, Q. Teicher, J (2010). State of Governance in Transitional Democracies: The Bangladesh Experience, paper presented at the 17th IRSPM Conference 2010, Berne, Switzerland, 6-9 April.

19. Alam, Q & Kabir, H & (2010), Public Private Partnerships as a Collaborative Public Management Model: The Experience of East Link in Victoria, Australia, paper presented at the 17th IRSPM Conference 2010, Berne, Switzerland, 6-9 April.

20. Kabir, H, Alam, Q, & Teicher, J (2010), Tripartite Partnership and Collaborative Governance: The Bangladesh Experience, paper presented at the IRSPM Conference 2010, Berne, Switzerland, 6-9 April.

21. Bernadine Van Gramberg, B; Teicher, J.; Alam, Q & Keddie, J (2010), Getting on to the Curve: How Do Developing Countries Achieve E-Readiness for E-Governance? paper presented at the 17th IRSPM Conference 2010, Berne, Switzerland, 6-9 April.

22. Yusuf, M.A. & Alam, Q. (2010). The influence of regulatory environment on mobile phone service quality: The case of Bangladesh. paper presented at the Annual Asian Business Research Conference 2010, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1-2 January

23. Alam, Q. And Haque, MZ (2009), The impact of overseas training on human capital development: A study on the Bangladesh Civil Service’ refereed paper Presented at the 23rd Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference held on 1-4 December, Melbourne

24. Alam,Q. Tariquzzaman, ATM, & Yusuf, M.A.(2009) "Unrestrained Market, Subprime crisis, and Public Intervention", a refereed paper presented in ANZAM Conference 2009 held on 1-4 December, 2009 in Crown Promenade Hotel Melbourne

25. Yusuf, M.A. Alam, Q. and Coghill, K. (2009). Does Unilateral Liberalisation Promote GATS Commitment In the Telecom Sector? A Case Study of Bangladesh Commitment in the Mobile Phone Sector, Paper presented at the ANZAM Conference, 1-4 December, Melbourne, Australia

26. Alam, Q., Tariqzzaman, ATM. And Yusuf, M.A (2009), Securitization and Sub-prime Crisis: A Critical Analysis of the Role of Credit Rating Agencies, Paper presented at the International Conference on Business and Information, 6-8 July, Kuala Lumpur (Received the best paper award).

27. Yusuf, M.A., Alam, Q., and Coghill, K (2009), Politics, accumulation and mobile phone licensing – an untold story. Paper presented at the International Conference on Business and Information, 6-8 July, Kuala Lumpur.

28. Mahmud, S., Alam, Q. And Hartel, C (2009), Integration of Skilled Immigrants into the Australian Labour Market, Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Conference 2009, 27-30 June, San Diego, California.

29. Majumdar. N.A and Alam, Q (209), Contextualisation and Adaptation of Corporate Social Responsibility Practices in the Asian Emerging Economies (AEEs), Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Conference 2009, 27-30 June, San Diego, California.

30. Alam, Q. Yusuf, M.A & Coghill, K (2009), Liberalization and Quality of Service- the Mobile Phone Sector of Bangladesh, Paper presented at the 16th ANZIBA Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 16-17 April.

31. Majumdar, N. A. Alam, Q. Coghill, K. & Samaratunge, R. 2008, Understanding the Corporate Social Responsibility Practices in Developing Countries: A Critical Review of Global Models, Paper presented at ICBE Conference held in Romania on 6-8 November, 2008.

32. Alam, Q., Perry, M., Sohal, A., and Zyngier, S. (2008), ‘Sustainability Issues in a cereal Supply Chain Network’, 6th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium, ISBN9780734039439, Australia, Queensland, Australia, held on 8-10 July.

33. Sari, D., Alam, Q., and Baumont, N. (2008), ‘Internationalisation and Performance of Indonesian Manufacturing Exporting SMEs’, Entrepreneurship Global Conference 2008, Monash University Sunway Campus, Melbourne, Australia, held on 3-4 July

34. Sari, D., Alam, Q., and Beaumont, N. (2008), ‘Internationalisation of Small Medium Sized Enterprises in Indonesia: Entrepreneur Human and Social Capital’, ASAA 17th Biennial 2008, ISBN 978 1 876924676, Melbourne, Australia, held on 1-3 July

35. Hartel, C., Alam, Q., and Samaratunge, R. (2008), ‘The Practice of Cultural Acculration in Multicultural Workplaces: Experiences of Professional Immigrants from South Asia’, 22nd ANZAM Conference, ISBN 186308 1488, Auckland, New Zealand, held on 2-5 December

36. Mahmud, S., Alam, Q., and Hartel, C. (2008), ‘Asian Immigrants’ integration into the Australian Labour Market-How their skills are being utilized’, presented in the 17th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia-ASAA, Melbourne, Australia, held on 1-3 July

37. Mahmud, S., Alam, Q., and Hartel, C. (2008), ‘Skill Shortage and Underutilization of Educated Migrants in the Australian Labour Market-A Paradox’, presented in the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE), Stockholm Summer Conference, held on 6-8 June

38. Majumdar, N.A., Alam, Q., Coghill, K., and Samaratunge, R. (2008), ‘Challenges of the Corporate Social Responsibility: Practices in Developing Countries’, 22nd ANZAM Conference, ISBN:186308 1488, Auckland, New Zealand, held on 2-5 December

39. Majumdar, N.A., Alam, Q., Coghill, K., and Samaratunge, R. (2008), ‘ Understanding the Corporate Social Responsibility Practices in Developing Countries: A Critical Review of Global Models’, International Conference on Business and Economy, ISBN978 973 692 2336, Constantza, Romania, held on 6-8 November

40. Nguyen, T.H, Alam Q., and Prajogo, D. (2008), ‘The Impact of Government Trade Policy on SMEs' Development and Competitive Advantage’, SME- ENTREPRENEURSHIP GLOBAL CONFERENCE 2008, accepted as refereed paper , ISBN 978-0-7326-4006-4

41. Nguyen, T.H., Alam, Q., and Prajogo, D. (2008), ‘Promoting SMEs in a Confucian and Socialist Market Economy: Moving towards sustainability’, 17th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia-ASAA, Melbourne, Australia (online), ISBN 978 1 876924 676

42. Nguyen, T.H., Alam, Q., Prajogo, D., and Duong, A.N. (2008), ‘The evolving relationships between the State, quality of business support services, H/R training, technology, and SMEs' development in Vietnam’, 5th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM'08), Melbourne, Australia, ISBN 978-1-4244-1672-1, IEEE Catalog number :CFP08599-CDR, US Library of Congress 2007906441

43. Nguyen, T.H., Alam, Q., and Pragojo, D. (2008) "The impact of government policy and land accessibility to the development of SMEs: Do industrial cluster and network models work in Vietnam?", 5th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM'08), Melbourne, Australia, peer reviewed paper, ISBN 978-1-4244-1672-1, IEEE Catalog number :CFP08599-CDR, US Library of Congress 2007906441

44. Tariquzzaman, A.T.M., Alam, Q., and Majumdar, N.A. (2008), ‘Sub-prime Crisis and its Aftermath - A Threat to Global Capitalism?’, 22nd ANZAM Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, held on 2-5 December (ISBN 186308 1488)

45. Yusuf, M.A., Alam, Q., and Coghill, K (2008), The Empowerment of Women through Commodification of Mobile Telephones: the case of the Village Phone Program model in Bangladesh, presented in the 17th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia-ASAA, Melbourne, Australia, held on 1-3 July

46. Yusuf, M.A., and Alam, Q. (2008), “An assessment of entry mode strategies of the mobile phone firms: the Bangladesh Scenario” presented in the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE), Stockholm Summer Conference, held on June 6-8.

47. Nguyen T.H., Alam Q., & Perry M. (2007), ‘State versus Market: The Paradox of Vietnam's Experience with SMEs’, ANZAM 21, Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, ISBN 1863081402-1863081410, Sydney, Australia.

48. Nguyen T.H., & Alam Q. (2007), ‘State and Market Relationships: Public Financial Policy Support for SMEs Growth in Vietnam’, Seventh International Business research Conference, ISBN: 978-0-9804557-0-0, Sydney, Australia.

49. Nguyen T.H., & Alam Q. (2007), ‘The Role of Government, Trade Policy, Regulatory Reform, Social Networks for SMEs development in Vietnam: A Three Legged Approach’, Fifth International conference on supply chain Management and Information systems, ISBN 978-0-7326-2410-1, Melbourne, Australia.

50. Nguyen, T.H., Alam, Q. & Perry, M.(2007), State versus market: the paradox of Vietnam’s experience with SMEs”, refereed paper presented at the 21st ANZAM Conference, Sydney, December, 2007 (ISBN : 1 86308 141 0)

51. Nguyen, T. H. & Alam, Q.(2007), “The Role of Government, Trade Policy, Regulatory Reform and Social Networks for SME Development in Vietnam: A Three-legged Approach”, refereed paper presented at the Fifth International Conference on Supply Chain Management and Information Systems(SCMIS), Melbourne, December, 2007 (ISBN 978-0-7326-2410-1)

52. Nguyen, T.H.. and Alam, Q. (2007), State and Market Relationships: Public financial policy support for SMEs growth in Vietnam’, refereed paper presented at the 7th International Business Research (IBR) conference 2007, Sydney, Australia, 3-6 December, 2007 (ISBN: 978-0-9804557-0-0.

53. Alam, Q. & Yusuf, M.A. (2007), ‘WTO TRIPS Agreement- Current state of Pharmaceutical Industry and Policy Options for Bangladesh” refereed paper presented at the 21st ANZAM Conference, Sydney December 2007. (ISBN : 1 86308 141 0)

54. Alam, Q. and Perry, M. (2007), Application of Knowledge Management Practices: a prerequisite for business competitiveness, Paper presented at the 8th International Research Conference on Quality, Innovation and Knowledge Management: Industry and Academia Collaborating to Meet the Challenges of the Global Economy, New Delhi, India, 11-14 February. (ISBN 978-0-7326-2297-8).

55. Yusuf, M.A and Alam, Q (2007), ‘Implications of WTO-TRIPS on Transitional Economies- A case study of Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Industry’ Paper presented at the 8th International Research Conference on Quality, Innovation and Knowledge Management: Industry and Academia Collaborating to Meet the Challenges of the Global Economy, New Delhi, India, 11-14 February (ISBN 978-0-7326-2297-8)

56. Alam, Q. & Mian, M.E.U.(2007), “Foreign Direct Investment Climate in Bangladesh: A Paradox of policy and practice” , refereed paper presented at the ' 8th International Research Conference on Quality, Innovation and Knowledge (QIK) Management held in New Delhi, India, 11-14 February(ISBN 978-0-7326-2297-8).

57. Nguyen T.H., & Alam Q. (2006), ‘Developing Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Vietnamese Transitional Economy: An Operation Model’, ANZAM 20, Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, ISBN 1921047348, Queensland, Australia.

58. Balasooriya, A F., Alam, Q. & K. Coghill (2006), ‘Market Based Reforms: An Empirical Analysis of Privatiization in Sri Lanka’, Paper presented at the ANZAM Conference Rockhampton, Brisbane, December 2006.

59. Alam, Q., As-Saber, S., and Teicher. J (2006), Practice and Potential of E-Government and E-Governance: The South Asian Experience, Monash University, Melbourne.

60. Alam, Q., As-Saber, S., Keddie, J., Smith, RFI., and Teicher. J (2006), ‘ICT governance for Bangladesh: asking the right questions about the contribution of Information and Communication Technology’, Paper presented at the Research Conference on The Practice and Potential of E-Government and E-Governance: The South Asian Experience, Monash University, 28-29 June.

61. Hoque, ASM, and Alam, Q. (2006), E-Governance in Bangladesh: A Study on the Readiness of Public Management System’, Paper presented at the Research Conference on The Practice and Potential of E-Government and E-Governance: The South Asian Experience, Monash University, 28-29 June.

62. Azmat, F., Coghill, K., and Alam, Q. (2006), E-Government: A Possible Solution to the Problems of the Agricultural Input Market in Bangladesh’, Paper presented at the Research Conference on The Practice and Potential of E-Government and E-Governance: The South Asian Experience, Monash University, 28-29 June.

63. Mian, E., Alam, Q. & Ali Y. (2006), ‘Foreign Direct Investment Regime in Malaysia: Can Bangladesh Learn From It?’ paper presented at the Academy of Global Business Advancement Conference 2006, Kuala Lumpur, January 4-6.

64. Alam, Q. & Hossain. K. (2005), ‘Impact of Corruption on Foreign Direct Investments in Developing Countries: a case study of Bangladesh’, presented at the 11th Asia Pacific Researchers in Organisation Studies, 4-7 December, Melbourne.

65. Alam, Q., Mian, M.E.U & Smith, R. (2005), ‘The Impact of Poor Governance on Foreign Direct Investment: The Bangladesh Experience’, Network of Asia-Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration and Governance (NAPSIPAG) Annual Conference, Beijing, People’s Republic of China, 5-7 December 2005.

66. Alam, Q., & E. Mian (2005), ‘Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Developing countries: Evidence from Bangladesh’, 2005 ANZIBA Conference, Langham Hotel, 10-11 November, Melbourne.

67. Alam, Q., R. Samaratunge, S. N. As-Saber, C. Nyland & H. De Cieri (2005), ‘Globalisation and Labour Mobility in Developing Countries’, Paper presented to the Australian and New Zealand Academy of International Business (ANZIBA) annual conference, Melbourne, 11-12 November.

68. Asoka, F., Alam, Q. & Coghill, K. (2005), ‘Globalisation, Liberalisation and FDI Effectiveness of the Telecommunications Regulatory Regime in Sri Lanka’, 2005 ANZIBA Conference, Langham Hotel, 10-11 November, Melbourne.

69. Azmat, F., Coghill,K. & Alam, Q. (2005), ‘Integrated Governance: A Possible Solution for a Sustainable Private Sector Led Development in Bangladesh’, Paper presented at Conference on Business and Government in Bangladesh in the 21st Century, Monash University, Melbourne, 7 November; proceedings, ISBN/ISSN:0-7326-2283-2.

70. Asoka, F., Alam, Q. & Coghill,K. (2005) ‘Telecommunications Sector in Sri Lanka: Ineffectiveness of a New Model of Governance’, presented at the Beyond Fragmented Government: Governance in the Public Sector Conference, 15-17 August, Melbourne, Australia.

71. Alam, Q., & P. Krishnan (2005), ‘Transferring Knowledge and Innovation Management Across Borders: Challenges For Australian Business’, paper presented at the 7th International Research Conference on Quality, Innovation and Knowledge Management, 16-18 February, Sunway Lagoon Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

72. Perry, M., & Q. Alam (2005), ‘The Impact of Globalisation and Localisation Factors on Small-to-Medium Enterprises in the Australian Baking Industry’, paper presented at the 7th International Research Conference on Quality, Innovation and Knowledge Management, 16-18 February, Sunway Lagoon Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

73. Samaratunge, R., Q. Alam, Q. & Teicher,J. (2005), ‘Public Management Reforms in Southeast Asia: A Cross-Country Analysis’, Paper presented at the Ninth International Research Symposium on Public Management (IRSPM IX), 6–8 April, Broccoli University, Milan, Italy.

74. As-Saber, S.N., Q. Alam, R. Samaratunge & C. Nyland (2004), ‘Globalisation, Social Protection and International Business: An Appraisal from a Developing Country Perspective’. Paper presented to the Australian and New Zealand Academy of International Business (ANZIBA) annual conference, Canberra, November 2004.

75. As-Saber, S.N., R. Samaratunge, Q. Alam & C. Nyland (2004), ‘Globalisation, Social Protection and International Business: A Thematic Framework’, 1st Annual Conference of the Monash Asia Institute, Mumbai, India, 9-13 February.

76. Alam, Q., D. Brown & F. Johnston (2004), ‘Best Practice Management and Productivity in Small and Medium Enterprisers in Regional Australia’, presented at the SAM/IFSAM 7th World Conference, 5-7 July, Gothenburg, Sweden.

77. Alam, Q., E. Anderson & J. Teicher (2003), ‘Public Value through the Purchaser-Provider Model: the Centrelink and DFaCS Experience’, Towards Public Value? Management and Employment for Outcomes, CD Proceedings, Department of Management, Monash University, December.

78. Alam, Q. (2003), ‘Export Capability of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) – A Study of North-Central Victoria, 17th ANZAM Conference, CD-ROM, Perth December.

79. Robertson, M., Q. Alam & J. Pacher (2003), ‘The Impact of Restructuring on Middle Management Decision Making in the Australian Taxation Office’, 17th ANZAM Conference, CD-ROM, Perth December.

80. Teicher, J., & Q. Alam (2003), ‘Management by Public- Private Partnerships – The Australian Experience, 17th ANZAM Conference, CD-ROM, Perth December.

81. Alam, Q., Miles, C and Johnston, J. (2001), ‘Best Practice Management in Small and Medium Enterprises in Regional Victoria: Problems and Issues’, paper presented at the ANZAM 2001, Auckland, New Zealand in December 2001.

82. Alam (1995), Japan’s Economic Miracle in the Post World War Two Period: An Example of a Developmental State’, Social Science Review, Dhaka University, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 1-16.

83. Alam, Q (1994), “Economic Reform and Liberalisation in India, Journal of Administration and Diplomacy, Vol, 2, No. 1, January-June, 1994, pp. 39-45.

84. Alam, Q (1993), ‘Strategies of Industrialisation in Bangladesh: An Evaluation’, in Rajniti Arthaniti Journal (A Political Economy Journal), Dhaka University, June-December, 1993 (in Bengali).

85. Alam, Q and Rahman (1992), “Aid Dependent Development Strategy: The Paradox in Bangladesh", Journal of Asian Affairs, Vol. 14, No. 3, July-September, pp.14-29.

86. Alam, Q (1992), ‘Public Administration and Public Policy Research’, Prabandhabali, Dhaka University, October.

87. Alam, Q., E. Anderson & J. Teicher (2003), ‘Public Value through the Purchaser-Provider Model: the Centrelink and DFaCS Experience’, Towards Public Value? Management and Employment for Outcomes, CD Proceedings, Department of Management, Monash University, December.

88. Alam, Q. (2003), ‘Export Capability of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) – A Study of North-Central Victoria, 17th ANZAM Conference, CD-ROM, Perth December.

89. Robertson, M., Q. Alam & J. Pacher (2003), ‘The Impact of Restructuring on Middle Management Decision Making in the Australian Taxation Office’, 17th ANZAM Conference, CD-ROM, Perth December.

90. Teicher, J., & Q. Alam (2003), ‘Management by Public- Private Partnerships – The Australian Experience, 17th ANZAM Conference, CD-ROM, Perth December.

91. Alam, Q., Miles, C and Johnston, J. (2001), ‘Best Practice Management in Small and Medium Enterprises in Regional Victoria: Problems and Issues’, paper presented at the ANZAM 2001, Auckland, New Zealand in December 2001.

Completed Supervisions
Name Degree Title Status
Malcolm Styles Principal Supervisor Masters by Research Title of the thesis: Best Value Practice in the Wangaratta Rural City Council (Master of Business by research). Completed in 2003
Marian Robinson Principal Supervisor PhD Decision making in the Australian Taxation Office Completed in 2004
Asoka Balasooriya Fernandos Principal Supervisor PhD State Vs Market: Telecommunications Industry Reforms and Regulatory Arrangements in Sri Lanka Completed in 2007
Thanh Hai Principal Supervisor DBA Critical Support Policies for the growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Vietnam Completed in 2008
Mohammad Nazmul Amin Majumdar Principal Supervisor PhD Determinants of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practices of Listed Corporations in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study Completed in 2010
Diana Sari Principal Supervisor PhD Internationalisation of manufacturing SMEs and Performance: Evidence from Indonesia Completed in 2011
Mohammad Abu Yusuf Principal Supervisor PhD Unilateral liberalization of Services Sector: A Case Study of Mobile Phone Sector in Bangladesh Completed in 2010
Mejbahuddin Chowdhury Principal Supervisor PhD The antecedents and impact of collaboration in buyer-supplier relationship: A study of Australian manufacturing industry Completed in 2012
Sharmin Mahmud Principal Supervisor PhD De-Skilling of Human Capital: A Study of Skilled Migrants in Australian Workplace. Completed in 2012
Humayun Kabir Principal Supervisor PhD Public-Private Partnership in Australia: A Study of East Link, Victoria. Completed in 2012
Bevaola Kusuamasari Principal Supervisor PhD Resource Capability of Local Government in Managing a Disaster: Evidence from Indonesia Completed in 2012
Chandana Hewege Associate Supervisor PhD Management Controls in liberalised state owned Entities- The Experience in Sri Lanka Completed in 2010
Yefriza Yepi Principal Supervisor PhD Managing Public Health Expenditure in Indonesia Completed in 2014
Sanjukta Chowdhury Kaul Co-supervisor PhD Empirical investigation of corporate response to disability at workplace and assessment of its impact Completed in 2015
Tho Huu Nguyen Principal Supervisor PhD A conceptual framework of corporate social responsibility in Vietnam. Completed in 2016
Sharif Rasel Principal Supervisor PhD The Drivers of Location Decision of International Business Firms within a Country: The Role of Place, Space and Organisation. Completed in May 2017
Shibaab Rahman Co-supervisor PhD Public Sector Leadership in Bangladesh To be Completed in 2018
Grants
Title of the Project Investigators Granting Body Amount Year
Capacity Development for the Bangladesh Energy and Power Sector Infrastructure Development Quamrul Alam Julie Wolfram Cox Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) $359,000 2017-2018
Capacity Development of Bangladesh Energy and Power Sectors: Australia Bangladesh Regional Collaboration Quamrul Alam (Monash) Firoz Alam (RMIT) Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) $1,109,801 2015-2016
Capacity Development of Bangladesh Public Servants for Infrastructure Management Quamrul Alam Julian Teicher Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) $618,611 2015
Australia Award Fellowship for Mid-Level Public Servants of Bangladesh Quamrul Alam Julian Teicher Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) $255,972 2014
Professional Development Training Program for Mid-Career public Servants in Bangladesh Quamrul Alam Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) $213,000 2012
Professional Development Training Program for Mid-Career public Servants in Bangladesh Quamrul Alam Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) $175,038 2011
Rural Community Based Participatory Planning Marcia Perry Quamrul Alam Amrik Sohal Central Goldfields Shire (CGS) $18,000 2009
Cereal Export Market Opportunities & Environmental Challenges: Action Strategies for Australian Producers & the Cereal Value Chain Marcia Perry Quamrul Alam Amrik Sohal Grain Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) $45,000 2009
E-Government in Bangladesh Quamrul Alam Julian Teicher UNDP Dhaka, Bangladesh $39,000 2008
Refereed Articles

1. Alam, Q; Alam, F; Chowdhury, H; Sarkar, R and Paul, A (2019) ‘A review on the regional collaboration of power utilisation in South Asia’. Energy Procedia, vol. 160, pp. 11-17. Available : http://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2019.02.112

2. Alam, F, Saleque, K; Alam, Q; Mustary, I; Chowdhury, H and Jazar, R (2019) ‘Dependence on energy in South Asia and the need for a regional solution’. Energy Procedia, vol. 160, pp. 26-33. Available : http://doi.org/10.1018.j.egypro.2019.02.114

3. Alam, F, Saleque, K; Alam, Q; Mustary, I and Chowdhury, H (2019) ‘Indigenous and imported natural gas and the economic growth of Bangladesh: The Challenges ahead’. Energy Procedia, vol. 160, pp. 18-25. Available : http://doi.org/10.1018.j.egypro.2019.02.113

4. Kaul, S. C, Sandhu, M.S and Alam, Q (2019), ‘Researching the history of marginalized issues in management research: A proposed interpretive framework, Journal of Management History, https://doi.org/10.1108/JMH-06-2018-0030.

5. Zwalf, S, Hodge, G and Alam, Q (2018), Choose Your Own Adventure: Finding a Suitable Discount Rate for Evaluating Value for Money in Public–Private Partnership Proposals, Australian Journal of Public Administration, vol. 76, no. 3, pp. 301–315.

6. Alam, F; Alam, Q; Reza, S; Alam, SMK, Saleque, K; and Chowdhury, H (2017), A review of hydropower projects in Nepal, Energy Procedia 110, pp. 581-585 (Available on lime at www.sciencedirect.com).

7. Alam, F; Alam, Q; Reza, S; Alam, SMK: Saleque, K; and Chowdhury, H (2017), Sourcing Green Power in Bhutan: A review, Energy Procedia 110, pp. 587-591 (Available on lime at www.sciencedirect.com).

8. Waheduzzaman, W and Alam, Q (2015), “Democratic Culture and Participatory Local Governance in Bangladesh”, Local Government Studies, 41 (2), 260-279.

9. Mahmud, S, Alam, Q. and Charmine Hartel, (2014), “Mismatches in skills and attributes of immigrants and problems with workplace integration: A study of IT and Engineering professionals in Australia”, Human Resource Management Journal, 24 (3), 339-354

10. Alam, Q., Kabir, H and Chaudhri, V (2014) Managing Infrastructure Projects in Australia: A Shift from a Contractual to a Collaborative Public Management Strategy, Administration and Society, Vol 46 (4): 422-449.

11. Khan, I; Alam, F and Alam, Q (20130, The global climate change and its effect on power generation in Bangladesh’, Energy Policy, Vol 61: 1460-1470.

12. Khan, I, Alam, F and Alam Q (2013) ‘Risk Assessment of Climate Change: Impact on Power Generation in Bangladesh’, Energy Policy. Vol 61:1462-470

13. Alam, Q. and Teicher. J (2013). 'The State of Governance in Bangladesh: The Capture of State Institutions, South Asia, Vol 35 (4): 858-884.

14. Kusumasari, B & Alam, Q., ‘Local Wisdom-Based Disaster Recovery Model in Indonesia’, Disaster Prevention and Management, Vol.21, Issue 3:351-369.

15. Kusumasari, B & Alam, Q. (2012) ‘Bridging the Gaps: The role of Local Government Capability and Management of a Disaster in Indonesia’, Natural Hazards, No 60: 761-779,

16. Alam, Q. Yusuf, M.A. and Coghill, K. (2011) 'Does unilateral liberalization promote WTO GATS commitment? Cross-country evidence from the telecommunications sector', Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 16(1): 29-49.

17. Yusuf, A. M & Alam, Q. (2012), Empowering Role of the Village Phone Program in Bangladesh: In retrospect, in Prospect, Journal of Information Technology Impact, Vol.11 (1): 35-50

18. Alam, Q. Yusuf, M.A. and Coghill, K. (2010), Unilateral Liberalisation and WTO GATS commitment: the case of the telecommunications sector in selected countries’ Journal of Asian-Pacific Economic Literature Vol. 24(1):43-65.

19. Alam, Q. Yusuf, M.A. and Coghill, K.(2010) Village Phone Program: Commodification of Mobile Phone Set and Employment of Women, Journal of Community Informatics Vol5/6 No 1

20. Alam, Q., Yusuf, M.a. and c, k. Mobile Phone Market in Bangladesh: Competition Matters’, Journal of Asian and African Studies, Accepted in 2009 for publication.

21. Alam Q. Yusuf, M.A. and Coghill, K. (2010) 'Does unilateral liberalization promote WTO GATS commitment? Cross-country evidence from the telecommunications sector', Accepted for publication in Journal of the Asia-Pacific Economy.

22. Balasooriya, A, F., Alam, Q. and Coghill, K. , State vs Market in Search of Good Governance: The Case of Sri Lanka Telecommunications Industry Reforms" Thunderbird International Business Review, Manuscript ID TIBR-08-190.

23. Asmat, F., Alam, Q., and Coghill, K. (2009), Integrated Governance: A Pre-Requisite for Sustainable Market-Oriented Development in Bangladesh, International Journal of Public Administration, Vol 32: 829-851.

24. Alam, Q., Nguyen, T. H., and Majumdar, N.A. (2009), ‘Shock Therapy versus Gradualism: The Central Eastern Europe (CEE) and East Asia compared - A review of literature’, International Business Research, Vol 2 (2): 3-8.

25. Majumdar, N. A. Alam, Q. Farjana, M. & Nguyen, T. H. 2009, The Promise of E-government and The Rise of an E-elite Class: The Bangladesh Experience, European Journal of Management, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 166-176 (ERA ranked C)

26. Nguyen, T. H., Alam, Q., Prajogo, D., & Majumdar, N. A. 2009, Public Policy for the Development of Private Sector and SMEs in a Socialist Market Economy, Journal of Advanced Research in Economics, Vol. 1, Issue 1, March 2009, available at www.jare-sh.com.

27. Alam, Q., Sohal, A., Perry, M., and Zyngier, S. (2008), ‘Sustainability in the face of drought, Monash Business Review, ISSN 18328490, Australia, Vol 4 (2): 32-33.

28. Balasooriya, A, F., Alam, Q. and Coghill, K. (2008), ‘Market Based Reforms: An Empirical Analysis of Privatization in Sri Lanka’ International Journal of Public Sector Management, Vol. 21 (1): 58-73.

29. Mahmud, S., Alam, Q., and Hartel, C. (2008), ‘The policy-practice dichotomy and the underutilization of skilled immigrants in Australia’, Monash Business Review, ISSN 1832 8490, Australia, Vol. 4 (3): 38-39.

30. Mahmud, S., Alam, Q., and Hartel, C. (2008), ‘Skill Shortage and Underutilization of Educated Immigrants in the Australian Labour Market- A Paradox’, European Journal of Management, ISSN 1555 4015, Russia, Vol. 8 (2), 155-167.

31. Nguyen T.H., and Alam Q. (2008), ‘A Three-legged Approach to Reform', Monash Business Review, ISSN 1832-8490, Australia, Vol. 4 (2), 20-23.

32. Nguyen, T.H., Alam, Q. and Prajogo D. (2008), ‘Entrepreneurship and Land Policies’, Monash Business Review, ISSN 1832-8490, Australia, Vol. 4 (2), 22-23.

33. Nguyen T.H., Alam Q., and Prajogo D. (2008), ‘Developing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in a transitional economy- from theory to practice: an operational model for Vietnamese SMES’, Journal of Sustainable Development, ISSN1913-9063-1913-9071, Canada, Vol.1(1), 113-222

34. Nguyen T.H., Alam Q., Prajogo D., and Duong A.N (2008), ‘The importance of the state's entrepreneurial role, business support service & technological assistances to the development of Vietnamese SMEs’, International Business Research, ISSN 19139004, Canada, Vol. 1(4), 3-9

35. Nguyen T.H., Alam Q., and Prajogo D. (2008), ‘State and Market Relationships: Public Financial Policy Support for SMEs Growth in Vietnam’, International Review of Business Research Papers, ISSN 1832-9543, Vol.4 (2), 203-206.

36. Samaratunge, R. Alam, Q., and Teicher, J. (2008), ‘Public Sector Reforms and Accountability: The Case of South and Southeast Asia’, Public Management Review, 1471-9045 (electronic) 1471-9037 (paper), Vol. 10(1), 101-126.

37. Yusuf, M.A., and Alam, Q. (2008), ‘WTO TRIPS Agreement – Current State of Pharmaceutical Industry and Policy Options for Bangladesh’, International Business Research, ISSN 1913-9004, Canada, Vol. 1(1), 135-146

38. Yusuf, M.A., and Alam, Q. (2008), ‘An assessment of Entry Mode choice of Mobile phone firms: the Bangladesh Scenario’, European Journal of Management, ISSN 1555-4015, Russia, Vol. 8(1), 180-195.

39. Balasooriya, A, F., Alam, Q & K. Coghill (2007), ‘Ownership, Competition and Regulation under Privatisation Policy: The Sri Lankan Experience’, International Review of Administrative Sciences’ Vol. 73 (4):667-699.

40. Samaratunge, R. Alam, Q and Teicher, J. (2007), The New Public Management Reforms in Asia: A Comparison of South and Southeast Asian Countries, International Review of Administrative Sciences Vol. 74 (1): 23-44.

41. Alam, Q. Johnston, F. and Miller, S. (2007), Industry Partnerships in Regional Small and Medium Enterprises, Monash Business Review, Vol. 3, Issue July [ ISSN 1832-8490(print) ISSN 1833-4091(online)].

42. Alam, Q. Robinson, M. and Pacher, J. (2006), Public-Sector Reform: Employment Security and Quality of Decision making in the Australian Taxation Office, International Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 29 (9), pp. 743-758.

43. Teicher, J., Q. Alam & B. Van Gramberg (2006), ‘Management, Trust and Relationships in PPPS: Some Australian Experiences’, International Review of Administrative Sciences, Vol 72 (1), pp.85-100.

44. Alam, Q., & Mian, M.E.U. (2006), ‘Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Developing countries: Evidence from Bangladesh’, Monash Business Review, Vol. 2 (1), April, pp.47-49[ ISSN 1832-8490(print) ISSN 1833-4091(online)]

45. Zmat, F., K. Coghill & Q. Alam (2006), ‘Integrated Governance: A Possible Solution for a Sustainable Private Sector Led Development in Bangladesh’, Monash Business Review, Vol 2(1), April, .pp. 44-46 [ ISSN 1832-8490(print) ISSN 1833-4091(online)]

46. Balasooriya, A. Alam, Q. and Coghill, K (2006), ‘The Effectiveness of the Telecommunications Regulatory Regime: the case of Sri Lanka Telecom’, Public Administration and Development, Public Administration and Development, Vol 26, December Issue, PP. 383-393 (ISBN 02712075).

47.  Robinson, M., Q. Alam & J. Pacher (2005), ‘Reshaping Corporate Culture in the Australian Taxation Office’, Public Administration and Policy, Vol 14 (1), pp.1-18. 

48. Alam, Q., & M. Styles (2003), ‘Australian New Public Management in the State of Victoria: A study of three local councils’, Public Administration and Policy, Vol 12(2), pp.115-141. (ERA ranked C)

Commissioned Reports

1. Alam, Q. and Coghill, K (2009), Corruption Perception in Bangladesh, Malaysia and Romania

2. Alam, Q (2010), Utilisation of Overseas Trained Civil Servants in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

3. Teicher, J., Alam, Q. Van Gramberg, B (2008), Training Needs for Civil Servants for E-Government Capability in Bangladesh, Report of the Collaborative Research Initiative between the Prime Minister’s Office, Government of Bangladesh, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the Graduate School of Business, Monash University, Australia, in October 2008.

4. Alam, Q and J. Findlay (2003), E-commerce Strategy in Regional Victorian Businesses in 2003.

5. Alam, Q, Johnston. F and Brown, D (2002), A study of Best Practice Management (BPM) implementation and evaluation of the effects of BPM on enhanced competitiveness in response to Global competition by Victorian Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).


6. Alam, Q and Porter, R (2002), ‘Factors in the Performance of Regional Exporting Firms’.

7. Alam, Q and Pacher, J (2001), The Impact of Compulsory Competitive Tendering on the Local Government Systems in Victoria.

8. Alam Q, Miles, C and Johnston, F (2001), The Problems of the Best Practice Program Implementation in Regional Businesses.


Journal article

Alam, F., Alam, Q., & Rasul, M. (2013). A pilot study on postgraduate supervision. Procedia engineering., 56, 875-881. doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2013.03.210

Link to ACQUIRE

Alam, Q., & Teicher, J. (2012). The state of governance in Bangladesh: The capture of state institutions. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 35(4), 858-884. doi:10.1080/00856401.2012.702723

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