About Dr. Priyan Khakhar
Dr. Priyan Khakhar is an Assistant Professor of International Business (IB) at Northeastern University London. He has taught courses in IB, Marketing, Management, Advertising and Research Methodology in previous roles, such as, at the American University of Beirut.
He also gained invaluable international experience working at Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP) involving projects in the UK, Germany and France. He has also taught within the Strategy and International Business Division at the Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS) at the University of Manchester for an extensive period after his MSc (UMIST), and during his PhD. Dr. Khakhar has attended and presented academic papers at peer-reviewed academic conferences in the USA, Malaysia and the UK. His research includes impact factor publications such as in the International Business Review.
Dr. Khakhar also lead a student team for a global Facebook US State Department-funded project in 2018; where his School was picked as Lebanon’s official entry, as part of an innovative youth youth-centred pedagogical learning course that embraced experiential learning to the fullest in a competition format. Working with, and leading his students, his team placed 3rd globally (out of 90 universities competing) in developing a campaign to tackle online religious hate speech.
Dr. Priyan Khakhar 's Research
Selected Forthcoming Publications:
Khakhar, P (2023-24) “Conducting international business negotiations in the changing Middle East and North Africa”, Book chapter in “Doing business in the Middle East”, Routledge Publishing (Forthcoming)
Khakhar, P and Rammal, H. (2023) “Bi-culturals in International Business Negotiations; Moving away from the single-culture paradigm” Journal of Organisational Change Management (Forthcoming)
Academy of International Business (AIB) UK and Ireland (2023) – Adam Smith School of Business, University of Glasgow Scotland. “Social enterprises and impact investors: Establishing a partner fit in Emerging Economies”