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Dr. Said Malki

Dr. Said Malki

How I Might Be Able to Assist

Feel free to contact me if you have any question or need clarifications. I am here for you.

I am a student’s centered faculty who enjoys helping learners achieve their educational goals. I implement effective facilitation, engaged learning, and creative teaching.

I am always happy and ready to assist students understand the course learning outcomes by connecting the theoretical concepts to the professional world and marks realities.

I utilize my academic background and professional experience to help students master courses and capstone projects.

Professional Projects or Initiatives of Interest

I am planning to start a business in New York that delivers consultancy in the field of quality management, auditing, and strategic management.

In the meantime, I will continue in the United States of America my research activities in the areas of finance, banking, and organizational behavior.

Background

Education

MBA (2009), Walden University, MN, USA.

PhD Organization & Management (2005). Capella University, School of Business & Technology Minnesota, USA. Dissertation’s Title: “United States Dollar Behavior: A Multiple Regression Approach in Forecasting United States Currency Exchange Rates against Canadian Currency”.

Master of Science in Economics (1997). Faculty of Economics, Morocco. Thesis: Exchange Market in Morocco , Conditions & Impacts.

Certificates & Professional Accreditation

Chartered Quality Professional at the CQI, United Kingdom (2016). It is a body that advances education in, knowledge of and the practice of quality in industry, commerce, the public sector and the voluntary sectors. http://www.thecqi.org

Management System Models Certificate (2015), Chartered Quality Institute, London, UK.

Courses Taught at NECB

MSF 500: Financial Markets
MSF 505: Managerial Finance
MSF 510: Investment Management
MSF 540 International Finance
MSF 570 Financial Ethics
MSF 580 Insurance & Risk Management
MSF 600 Finance Capstone

Courses Taught Elsewhere

Keller Graduate School of Management, New York, USA: Securities Analysis; Business Economics, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics; & Managerial Accounting

Trident University International, California, USA: Monetary Policy & Financial Institutions; International Finance; Strategic Corporate Finance; Money & Banking; & Macroeconomics.

Al Akhawayn University, Morocco: Fundamentals of Management & International Management.

Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia: Strategic Management; Finance; Operations Management; Supply Chain Management; Project Management; Management Information System; & Human Resource Management.

Professional Experience

Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia: Quality Assurance & Accreditation Consultant ; Strategic Management Advisor, & Faculty.

College of Business Administration, Al Kharj, Saudi Arabia: Head of the Management Department. I led the development of the program’s curriculum in harmony with AACSB requirements.

College of Business Administration, Trident University International, USA: I taught as a core faculty undergraduate and graduate courses listed above.

Keller Graduate School of Management, USA: I taught a variety of courses and also mentored students in the areas of graduation projects.

Ministry of Finance, Morocco: I managed cases and files at the Service of Financial Relations with the World Bank (I.B.R.D; I.D.A; M.I.G.A). I dealt with risk management of public projects and multilateral finance.

CERAB Economic and Statistical Research Center, Morocco: I contributed as a researcher economist in many endeavors regarding exchange policy, public finance policy, and foreign direct investments strategies.

Publications

Malki, S. (2016). Towards an Integrated Management System: A Hypothetical Case. Journal of Management Policy and Practice, North American Business Press, ISSN# 1913-8067.

Malki, S. (2014). The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Saudi Arabia: A Multiple Regression Analysis. International Journal of Arts & Sciences, USA, ISSN: 1944-6934: 7(6):351– 377.

Malki, S. & Haque, M.I. (2014). Assessment of the Saudi Riyal Exchange Rate Regime against the United States Dollar. International Journal of Business and Management Studies, USA, ISSN: 2158-1479 :: 03(03):241–273.

Malki, S. & Others. (2014). An Introduction to Student Quality Circle at College of Business Administration, Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Al Kharj, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. International Education Studies. Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education. ISSN 19139020 E-ISSN 1913-9039.

Malki, S. (2013). Assessment of Nets Inflows of Foreign Direct Investments in Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Business and Management Studies, USA, 2158-1479 :: 2(1):173–186 .

Malki, S. (2012). Effective Teaching & Engaged Learning Guidelines & Tips. Journal of Teaching and Education, USA, ISSN: 2165-6266: 1(2):253–272.

Malki, S. (2012). The Estimation of Index Model: Case of Apple. International Journal of Business and Management Studies. USA, ISSN: 2158-1479: 1(2):133–137.

Malki, S & Sultan, Z.A, (2011). Prediction of the Behavior of the Moroccan Dirham Exchange Rate against the Euro: A Co-Integration Approach, International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, USA

Malki, S. (2010). Social Entrepreneurship and Complexity Models.Volume3 in the Exploring Organizational Complexity Series; Complexity Science and Social Entrepreneurship; ISCE Publishing, AZ, USA.

Malki, S. (2008). The Project Management, is it needed by Contemporary Organizations? Proceedings of the international Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Dallas, USA.

Malki, S. (2007). Essay of Forecasting the Behavior of the U.S. Dollar. Proceedings of the international Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Dallas, Texas, USA.

Malki, S. (2006). A Multiple Regression Approach in Forecasting U.S. Dollar Exchange Rate against the Canadian Currency. Proceedings of the33rd Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference, Long Island, New York, USA.

Malki, S. (2005). Analysis and evaluation of Metaphors in Organizations. Proceedings of the international Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Dallas, Texas, USA.

Malki, S. (2004). Important Aspects of Global Financial Management. Proceedings of the31st Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference, Yeshiva University, New York, USA