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Dr Muhammad Fazal-e-Hasan Name: Dr Muhammad Fazal-e-Hasan
Senior Lecturer (Management)
Email
syed.fazal-e-hasan@acu.edu.au
Phone
+612 9739 2191
Organisational Area
Faculty of Law and Business
Department
Peter Faber Business School (Sydney)
Location
North Sydney
Building 532 - Tenison Woods House (8-20 Napier Street, North Sydney NSW 2060)-Level 6-Room 532.6.18
Biographical Information

Before joining the Australian Catholic University, Syed has previously worked as Senior Lecturer, Lecturer and Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Marketing at University of New England, University of Tasmania and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) respectively. Before this, he also worked as Quantitative Analyst for School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, QUT.

Syed has completed many research and entrepreneurial projects using advance statistical and project management techniques, and he has contributed to 14 medium to large size projects including Devonport Digitalisation, Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) and Global Entrepreneurship Monitor projects. Most of his projects are related to consumer choices and responses and are published in the Journal of Business Research, Journal of Marketing Management, Journal of Services Marketing, and Journal of Retail and Consumer Services.

Syed has over ten years undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience in Australia and overseas, including three years teaching and mentoring experience with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students under the Oodgeroo program funded by QUT. He also has had some administrative positions in public universities in South Asia and Australia to design and implement educational programs and projects. He has won some teaching and learning grants and has sound experience in managing teaching and learning projects.

Publications

Publications

2020

Fazal-e-Hasan, S. M., Mortimer, G. Lings, I & Kaur, G. (2020) The role of gratitude in relationship marketing outcomes for young consumer, Journal of Consumer Marketing. (A in ABDC).

Adapa S, Fazal-E-Hasan S, Makam S, Azeem M, Mortimer G, (2020) Examining the antecedents and consequences of perceived shopping value through smart retail technology, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services p1-11 (A in ABDC)

Mortimer G, Fazal-E-Hasan S, Grimmer M, Grimmer L, (2020) Explaining the impact of consumer religiosity, perceived risk and moral potency on purchase intentions, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services (Accepted) (A in ABDC)

Ahmad, S., Fazal-e-Hasan, S.M. & Kaleem, A. (2020), Is the Meaning of Ethical Leadership Constant Across Cultures? A Test of Cross-Cultural Measurement Invariance, International Journal of Manpower (A in ABDC)


2019

Fazal-E-Hasan S, Ahmadi, H., Mortimer G, Lings I, & Kelly, Louise. (2019) 'Online Repurchasing: The Role of Information Disclosure, Hope, and Goal Attainment', Journal of Consumer Affairs. (A in ABDC).

Fazal-e-Hasan, S. M., Mortimer, G., Lings, I., Sekhon, H. & Howell, K. (2019). Managing Relationships. Insights from a student gratitude model. Research in Higher Education,  (A in ABDC).

Fazal-E-Hasan, Mortimer G, Lings I, & Drennan, J. (2019) 'Examining customer-oriented positive deviance intentions of retail employees', International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management. (A in ABDC).

Mortimer G, Grimmer L, Fazal-E-Hasan S, (2019) Examining consumer purchase intentions of non-prescription medicines in supermarkets and community pharmaciesInternational Journal of Pharmacy Practice p232-240

Kharouf, H., Sekhon, H., Fazal-e-Hasan, S. M., Hickman, E., & Mortimer, G. (2019). The role of effective communication and trustworthiness in determining guests&rsquo loyalty. Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management28(2), 240-262. (A in ABDC).

2018

Fazal-e-Hasan, S. M., Ahmadi, H., Mortimer, G., Grimmer, M., & Kelly, L. (2018). Examining the role of consumer hope in explaining the impact of perceived brand value on customer-brand relationship outcomes in an online retailing environment. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services41, 101-111. (A in ABDC).

Fazal-e-Hasan, S. M., Ahmadi, H., Kelly, L., & Lings, I. N. (2019). The role of brand innovativeness and customer hope in developing online repurchase intentions. Journal of Brand Management26(2), 85-98. (A in ABDC).

Mortimer, G., Fazel-e-Hasan, S. M., ODonnell, K. A., & Strebel, J. (2018). Measuring the experience of off-price fashion shopping: scale development and validation. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management: An International Journal22(4), 454-475.

Ahmad, S., Fazal-E-Hasan, S. M., & Kaleem, A. (2018). How ethical leadership stimulates academics&rsquo retention in universities: The mediating role of job-related affective well-being. International Journal of Educational Management32(7), 1348-1362.

Birch, D., Dean, D., Fazal?e?Hasan, S. M., & Lawley, M. (2018). Train the child and teach the adult: Developing intervention strategies for increasing seafood consumption. Journal of Consumer Behaviour17(4), 426-438. (A in ABDC).

 

2017

Bianchi C, Andrews L, Wiese M, Fazal-E-Hasan S, 'Consumer intentions to engage in s-commerce: a cross-national study', Journal of Marketing Management, 33, (5-6) pp. 464-494. ISSN 0267-257X (2017) [Refereed Article] DOI: 10.1080/0267257X.2017.1319406 [eCite] [Details] (A in ABDC).

Fazal-E-Hasan S, Lings I, Mortimer G, Neale L, 'How Gratitude Influences Customer Word-of-Mouth Intentions and Involvement: The Mediating Role of Affective Commitment', Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, 25, (2) pp. 200-211. ISSN 1069-6679 (2017) [Refereed Article] DOI: 10.1080/10696679.2016.1270769 [eCite] [Details] (A in ABDC).

Fazal-E-Hasan S, Mortimer G, Lings IN, Neale L, 'Examining the antecedents and consequences of gratitude', Journal of Services Marketing, 31, (1) pp. 34-47. ISSN 0887-6045 (2017) [Refereed Article] DOI: 10.1108/JSM-01-2016-0048 [eCite][Details] (A in ABDC).

2016

Bougourne US, Russell-Bennett R, Fazal-E-Hasan SM, Mortimer G, 'The impact of service failure on brand credibility', Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 31 pp. 62-71. ISSN 0969-6989 (2016) [Refereed Article] DOI: 10.1016/j.jretconser.2016.03.006 [eCite] [Details] (A in ABDC).

Citations: Scopus - 2Web of Science - 2

Mortimer G, Fazal-E-Hasan SM, Andrews L, Martin J, 'Online grocery shopping: the impact of shopping frequency on perceived risk', The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 26, (2) pp. 202-223. ISSN 1466-4402 (2016) [Refereed Article] (A in ABDC).

DOI: 10.1080/09593969.2015.1130737 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 5Web of Science - 3

2015

Mortimer G, Bougoure U, Fazal-E-Hasan SM, 'Development and validation of the Self-Gifting Consumer Behaviour scale', Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 14, (3) pp. 165-179. ISSN 1479-1838 (2015) [Refereed Article] DOI: 10.1002/cb.1506[eCite] [Details] (A in ABDC).

Citations: Scopus - 1Web of Science - 1

Mortimer G, Neale L, Fazal-E-Hasan SM, Dunphy B, 'Investigating the factors influencing the adoption of m-banking: a cross-cultural study', International Journal of Bank Marketing, 33, (4) pp. 545-570. ISSN 1758-5937 (2015) [Refereed Article] DOI: 10.1108/IJBM-07-2014-0100 [eCite] [Details] (A in ABDC).

Citations: Scopus - 15Web of Science - 15

Previte J, Fry ML, Drennan J, Fazal-E-Hasan SM, 'Friends or foes: Group influence effects on moderate drinking behaviors', Journal of Business Research, 68, (10) pp. 2146-2154. ISSN 0148-2963 (2015) [Refereed Article] DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2015.03.014 [eCite] [Details] (A in ABDC).

Citations: Scopus - 3Web of Science - 3

2014

Fazal-E-Hasan S, 'The role of customer gratitude in making relationship marketing investments successful', Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 21, (5) pp. 788-796. ISSN 0969-6989 (2014) [Refereed Article] DOI: 10.1016/j.jretconser.2014.06.007 [eCite] [Details] (A in ABDC).

 

Conference Papers and Presentations

 

Fazal e Hasan, S., Lings, I. & Mortimer, G. & Neale, L., (2017). A better understanding of customer-firm relationships through gratitude. American Marketing Association Summer Conference 2017, San Francisco, US.

Sekhon, H., Kharouf, H., Appleyard, L. & Fazal e Hasan, S., (2017). The moderating role of advertising in creating financial services relationship. Frontiers in Service Conference 2017, Newyork, US

Russel-Bennette, R., Kuhn, K. Fazal-e-Hasan, S. & Tuzovic, S., (2016). Investigating the impact of learning styles on student behaviours towards creating reflective videos: An analysis of QUTOPIA TV Marketing EducationAssociation (MEA) Conference 2016, Denver, Co, USA.

Fazal e Hasan, S., Lings, I. & Drennan, J & Kim, J. H., (2015). The effect of positive employee deviance behavioural intentions on personal and organisational attainment. The mediating role of employee hope. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2015, Sydney, Australia.

Kim, J. HBeatson, A., Johnston, K. &Fazal e Hasan, S., Lings, I. & Drennan, J and Kim, J. H.., (2015). The role of employee gratitude in explaining the relationship between perceived organisational support and customer orientation. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2015, Sydney, Australia.

Mortimer, Gary, Bougoure, Ursula-Sigrid, & Fazal e Hasan, Syed (2014) Developing and validation of the Self-Gifting Consumer Behaviour Scale. In 21st International Conference on Recent Advances in Retailing and Services Science, 7-10 July 2014, Bucharest, Romania. (Unpublished)

Fazal e Hasan, S. (2012). Cross-cultural data collection from field-settings- hazards and precautions. QUT Library, QUT, Australia.

Fazal e Hasan, S. (2011). Are grateful customers more loyal to their benefactor firms? Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Research Colloquium, 2011, Perth, Australia.

Fazal e Hasan, S. (2011). Does customer gratitude strengthen seller-buyer relationships? QUT School of Business Colloquium, QUT, Australia.

Fazal e Hasan, S., Lings, I. & Neale, L., (2011). The role of customer gratitude in making relationship marketing Investments a success. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2011, Perth, Australia .

 

Funding

Peter Faber Business School Funding, Emotional Characteristics of an Entrepreneurial Mindset, Australian Catholic University ($5000), 2019

Co-Investigator, Joh Alwright Fellowship and Leadership Programme (JAFeL), University of New England ($750000), 2019

Creativity, Culture and Society Steering Committee, the University of Tasmania with matching grant of the University of Western Sydney, Cancer Research Grant ($28000), 2018

&lsquoInvestigating interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the role of gratitude in making a positive contribution to the wellbeing, resilience and quality of life of cancer patients and their carers.'

Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, research grant ($5,800) 2017

Examining the impact of perceived harm and guilt on the reduction of food waste- mediating role of hope

Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, research grant ($4,500) 2016

The role of hope in firms&rsquo green innovation and initiatives

Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, research grant ($3,700) 2016

The role of hope and brand love in developing repurchase intentions.

QUT School of Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations, research, and development grant ($6,500) 2015

The role of hope in developing positive deviance intentions

QUT School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, teaching and learning grant ($6,500) 2015

CRC: Seafood Consumption ($55,000) 2014

What do scholarships do for their providers? The role student gratitude.

Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy ($1,500) 2015

Government College University, Pakistan, private sector grant for the establishment of a building for Management Sciences department ($250,000) 2004

Awards

 

  • Higher Education Academy Fellowship ($1,500) 2015
  • QUT Write-Up Award, postdoctoral award for writing papers ($5,400) 2013
  • QUT APA Award 1, three year doctorate research project ($84,000) 2013
  • QUT APA Award 2, one year extended research project ($24,000) 2009
  • QUT Residency Award, residency scholarship ($54,000) 2009
  • COMSATS University Postgraduate Research Award ($ 5,000) 2009
Research

Syed's research aligns with the University's research theme of well being. His research interests include understanding how consumers' positive emotions contribute to their and others well-being. Syed's research into positive emotions such as gratitude and hope has got the focus of some service firms due to the important roles emotions can play in generating profits and employee productivity.  Syed is also researching the role of positive emotions in developing consumer perceptions of brand innovativeness and sustainability and attainment of consumers' personal, professional and social goals. He is also working on understanding whether different psychological mechanisms can explain the relationships between firms' economic and non-economic investments and positive organisation and consumer-related outcomes in different contexts such as B2C, B2B and C2C.  Syed's other work is focusing on the role of positive emotional and behavioural responses in group settings, particularly online group settings. Drawing upon social marketing theories, Syed is working on anti-drinking and anti-radicalisation themes.

Funding

Creativity, Culture and Society Steering Committee, the University of Tasmania with matching grant of the University of Western Sydney, Cancer Research Grant ($28000), 2018

&lsquoInvestigating interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the role of gratitude in making a positive contribution to the wellbeing, resilience and quality of life of cancer patients and their carers.'

Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, research grant ($5,800) 2017

Examining the impact of perceived harm and guilt on the reduction of food waste- mediating role of hope

Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, research grant ($4,500) 2016

The role of hope in firms&rsquo green innovation and initiatives

Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, research grant ($3,700) 2016

The role of hope and brand love in developing repurchase intentions.

QUT School of Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations, research, and development grant ($6,500) 2015

The role of hope in developing positive deviance intentions

QUT School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, teaching and learning grant ($6,500) 2015

CRC: Seafood Consumption ($55,000) 2014

What do scholarships do for their providers? The role student gratitude.

Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy ($1,500) 2015

Government College University, Pakistan, private sector grant for the establishment of a building for Management Sciences department ($250,000) 2007

Conference Papers and Presentations 

Fazal e Hasan, S., Lings, I. & Mortimer, G. & Neale, L., (2017). A better understanding of customer-firm relationships through gratitude. American Marketing Association Summer Conference 2017, San Francisco, US.

Sekhon, H., Kharouf, H., Appleyard, L. & Fazal e Hasan, S., (2017). The moderating role of advertising in creating financial services relationship. Frontiers in Service Conference 2017, Newyork, US

Russel-Bennette, R., Kuhn, K. Fazal-e-Hasan, S. & Tuzovic, S., (2016). Investigating the impact of learning styles on student behaviours towards creating reflective videos: An analysis of QUTOPIA TV Marketing EducationAssociation (MEA) Conference 2016, Denver, Co, USA.

Fazal e Hasan, S., Lings, I. & Drennan, J & Kim, J. H., (2015). The effect of positive employee deviance behavioural intentions on personal and organisational attainment. The mediating role of employee hope. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2015, Sydney, Australia.

Kim, J. HBeatson, A., Johnston, K. &Fazal e Hasan, S., Lings, I. & Drennan, J and Kim, J. H.., (2015). The role of employee gratitude in explaining the relationship between perceived organisational support and customer orientation. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2015, Sydney, Australia.

Mortimer, Gary, Bougoure, Ursula-Sigrid, & Fazal e Hasan, Syed (2014) Developing and validation of the Self-Gifting Consumer Behaviour Scale. In 21st International Conference on Recent Advances in Retailing and Services Science, 7-10 July 2014, Bucharest, Romania. (Unpublished)

Fazal e Hasan, S. (2012). Cross-cultural data collection from field-settings- hazards and precautions. QUT Library, QUT, Australia.

Fazal e Hasan, S. (2011). Are grateful customers more loyal to their benefactor firms? Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Research Colloquium, 2011, Perth, Australia.

Fazal e Hasan, S. (2011). Does customer gratitude strengthen seller-buyer relationships? QUT School of Business Colloquium, QUT, Australia.

Fazal e Hasan, S., Lings, I. & Neale, L., (2011). The role of customer gratitude in making relationship marketing Investments a success. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2011, Perth, Australia .

Research Supervision Experience

Syed is interested in supervising projects pertaining consumers' perceptions of brand innovation and sustainability, the non-linear study of consumer emotions and BIG Data in managing CRM systems. Syed is also interested in looking into the roles that positive emotions can play in developing customer loyalty to firms and marketing of CSR practices.

Further Information

Awards

  • Higher Education Academy Fellowship ($1,500) 2015
  • QUT Write-Up Award, postdoctoral award for writing papers ($5,400) 2013
  • QUT APA Award 1, three year doctorate research project ($84,000) 2013
  • QUT APA Award 2, one year extended research project ($24,000) 2009
  • QUT Residency Award, residency scholarship ($54,000) 2009
  • COMSATS University Postgraduate Research Award ($ 5,000) 2009

 

Experience

Before joining the Australian Catholic University, Syed has previously worked as Senior Lecturer, Lecturer and Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Marketing at University of New England, University of Tasmania and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) respectively. Before this, he also worked as Quantitative Analyst for School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, QUT.

Syed has completed many research and entrepreneurial projects using advance statistical and project management techniques, and he has contributed to 14 medium to large size projects including Devonport Digitalisation, Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) and Global Entrepreneurship Monitor projects. Most of his projects are related to consumer choices and responses and are published in the Journal of Business Research, Journal of Marketing Management, Journal of Services Marketing, and Journal of Retail and Consumer Services.

Syed has over ten years undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience in Australia and overseas, including three years teaching and mentoring experience with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students under the Oodgeroo program funded by QUT. He also has had some administrative positions in public universities in South Asia and Australia to design and implement educational programs and projects. He has won some teaching and learning grants and has sound experience in managing teaching and learning projects.

 

Professional Memberships

Professional practice and membership

Dr Hasan has been acknowledged as a:

  • Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
  • Member of Australian Marketing Institute (AMI)
  • Certified Practicing Marketer (CPM)
  • Member of American Marketing Association (AMA)
  • AMAMI Certified Practising Marketer (2015 to present)
  • Institute of Marketing Australia (2015 &ndash to present)
  • Fellow Higher Education Academy, QUT, Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Australian National University (ANU) Collaboration (2015 &ndash to present)
  • Mindhive (www.mindhive.org), Member and Academic specialist (2015 &ndash present)
 

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