Omar Megdadi

The effects of Islamic business ethics and etiquettes on the business relationship lifecycle stages in the Jordanian Islamic banking sector

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Office: PhD space, Level 1, Rutherford House, Pipitea campus, Wellington 6011

Supervisors: Professor Kim Fam & Dr James Richard


Omar has a Bachelor degree in Marketing from Mutah University, and an MBA from Yarmouk University, where his thesis was in the organizational behaviour field when he studied the ethical behaviours of employees. He then became a lecturer at Yarmouk University and Hashemite University for three years in the Department of Marketing and Business Administration.


Bachelor in Marketing, Mutah University, Jordan
MBA, Yarmouk University, Jordan

Research interests

Business ethics; consumer behaviour; e-marketing.


Aleassa, H. M., & Megdadi, O. D. (2014). Workplace bullying and unethical behaviors: A mediating model. International Journal of Business and Management, 9(3), 157.