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  • Phone:

    4338

  • Email:

    mabbasi@pmu.edu.sa

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  • Dr. Muhammad Sharif Abbasi

  • Job Title :

    Assistant Professor

  • College :

    College of Business Administration


  • Department :

    Management Information Systems


Dr. Muhammad Sharif Abbasi is a Pakistani national, working as a Assistant Professor in the department of Management Information Systems (MIS) in the College of Business Administration at PMU, KSA. He received his BS degree in Computer Sciences, from University of Sindh, Pakistan in 2002, and PhD in MIS from Brunel Business School, London, UK in 2011. Dr. Abbasi has more than 18 years of experience in teaching, research and curriculum development at Postgraduate, Graduate, and Undergraduate levels. 

 

PhD (MIS) Brunel Business School, Brunel University, West London, United Kingdom, UB8 3PH (2007-2011)

  1. S. A. Memon, F. H. Chandio*, A. Burdi, M. S. Abbasi**, F. A. Abbasi. (2021), Impact of Service Quality (SERQ) & Information Quality (IQ) towards Acceptance of Information system (IS): Case Study of Universities of Jamshoro, Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Vol., 53(03), pp.265-270.
  2. Abbasi F. A., Burdi A., Khan R. S., Naqvi S. H. F., Abbasi M. S., Nizamani A. R. (2019). Requirement Engineering Challenges in Distributed Software Development, Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Vol., 510(3), pp.465-468.
  3. Khan, J., Rana, M.A.F., Akram, K., Abbasi, M.S., (2020) Is Corruption Detrimental of Economic Growth? A Panel Data Analysis of Selected South Asian Economies. A Research Journal of South Asian Studies, Vol. 35 (1), pp. 37-46.
  4. Shahani, A.K., Khoso, I., Abbasi, M.S., (2019) The Impact of Corporate Reputation on Building Brand Equity: A Perspective of Multinationals FMCGs, Journal of Business Strategies, Vol.,13(1), pp.45-58.
  5. Burdi, A., Chandio, F. H., Abbasi, M. S., Naqvi, S. H. F., Rajper, N. J., Abbasi, F. A., & Mahesar, H. A. (2018). E-Learning System Acceptance Model: An Empirical Investigation. Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ),Vol., 50(3D), 206-209.
  6. Naqvi, H.F., Burdi A, Chandio, F. H., Abbasi, M. S., Arijo, N. Abbasi, F.A., (2018), Usability Dimensions and their impact on Web-Based Transactional Systems Acceptance: an Empirical Examination, Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Vol., 50(003), pp.341-344
  7. Chandio, F. H., Burfat, F. M., Abro, A. A., Abbasi, M. S., Naqvi, H.F., (2018), A Structural Equation Modelling Analysis of Electronic-Government Services Acceptance Model, Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Vol, 50(001), pp.171-173
  8. Tago, S. A., Chandio F., H., Chandio, M. S., Abbasi, M. S.,  Naqvi, H.F., (2017), Conceptual Framework for understanding Mobile Commerce Applications, University of Sindh Journal of Information and Communication Technology (USJICT), Vol., 1(1), pp.1-7
  9. Naqvi, H. F., Chandio F. H., Abbasi, M. S., Burdi, A., Naqvi, S. S. Z., (2016), The Influence of Usability Dimensions on Web-Based Transactional Systems Acceptance: A conceptual framework, Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Vol, 48(4D), pp.183-188
  10. Tharwani, R. K., Nizamani, H. N., Nizamani, Q. U. A., Khatari, Y., Chandio, F. H.,  Abbasi M.S., (2016), Modelling Choice Selection System of a Public Sector General University in Pakistan, Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Vol, 48(4D), pp.127-134
  11. Abbasi, MS; Tarhini, A; Hassouna M; Shah, F. (2015), Social, Organizational, Demography and Individuals’ technology acceptance behaviour: A conceptual model, European Scientific Journal vol.11, No.9 (e-Print)
  12. Abbasi, MS; Tarhini, A; Elyas, T; Shah, F. (2015) Impact of Individualism and Collectivism over the Individual’s Technology Acceptance Behaviour: A Multi-Group Analysis between Pakistan and Turkey, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Vol, 28, Iss: 6., pp. 747-768.
  13. Tarhini, A., Tarhini, T., Masa'deh, R., & Abbasi, M.S. (2015). A Critical Review of Theories and Models of Technology Adoption and Acceptance in Information System Research. International Journal of Technology Diffusion, 6 (4), pp. 58-77
  14. Tarhini, A., Hassouna, M., Abbasi. MS. & Orozco, J. (2015). Towards the Acceptance of RSS to Support Learning: An empirical study to validate the Technology Acceptance Model in Lebanon. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, Vol, 13, Iss: 1, pp. 30-41.
  15. Tarhini, A., Scott, M., Sharma, K.S., & Abbasi. MS. (2015) Differences in Students' Intention to Use RSS Feeds between Lebanese and British students: A Multi-Group Invariance Analysis Based on the Technology Acceptance Model. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, Vol, 13, Iss: 1, pp. 14-29.
  16. Channa, N., Kerio, A., Pathan, K. T., Abbassi, M. S., (2014) Decomposing and Rewriting Semantic Product Data Model Based on the Expressive Language ALCNHR*K(D) and Description Logic, Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Vol, 46 Iss:2, pp. 197-200
  17. Kandhro, S., Abbasi, M.S., (2014) Theories of Knowledge: A Critical Examination of the validity of different kinds of Explanations, International Journal of Management and Sustainability, Vol 3, Iss: 6, pp. 384-392
  18. Abbasi, M. S., Shah, F., Daudpota, Sher., Channa, N, Kandhro, S., (2013) Theories and Models of Technology Acceptance Behaviour: A Critical Review of Literature, Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Vol, 45 Iss:1
  19. Abbasi, M. S., Shah, F., Daudpota, Sher., Channa, N, Shahani, J., (2013)  Age factor and Technology acceptance Behaviour of Academics in Pakistan, Sindh University Research Journal (SURJ), Vol, 45 Iss:1.
  20. Chandio, F. H., Abbasi, M. S., Nizamani H. A., and Nizamani, Q. A., (2013), Online banking information systems acceptance: a structural equation modelling analysis, Int. J. Business Information System, Vol. 12 Iss: 2, pp.177-193.
  21. Chandio, Fida., Zahir, I.., Abbasi, M. S., Nizamani, Hyder, (2013) Acceptance of Online Banking Information Systems: An Empirical Case in a Developing Economy, Journal of Behaviour & Information Technology, vol. 32, Iss: 7, p-668-680.
  22. Sher Muhammad Daudpota, Abbasi, M.S., Javed Ahmed Shahani, (2012), Shot-Based Main Actor Detection in Musicals ,International Journal of Digital Information Management, DLINE, 2012, ISSN: 0972-7272. 
  23. Abbasi, M. S., Chandio F. H., Soomro A. F, Shah, F. (2011), Social influence, voluntariness, experience and the internet acceptance: An extension of technology acceptance model within a south-Asian country context, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Vol. 24 Iss: 1, pp.30 - 52.
  24. Abbasi, M. S. (2010), Determinants of Social and Institutional Beliefs about Internet Acceptance within Developing Country’s Context: A Structural Evaluation of Higher Education System in Pakistan, Brunel Business School Annual Symposium, Brunel University (Best Overall Paper)

http://www.brunel.ac.uk/329/bbs%20documents/phd%20doctoral%20symposium%2010/sharifabbasi.pdf

  1. Abbasi, M. S., Zahir, I. & Chandio, F.H. (2010), Determinants of social and institutional beliefs about internet acceptance within developing country’s context: A structural evaluation of higher education systems in Pakistan", (Revised version of Brunel Business School Symposium), Proceedings of the European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 12-13 April 2010 (Best Overall Paper). http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4304
  2. Orozco, J., Tarhini, A., Abbasi. MS. & El-Masri, M. (under review). The impact of IS-Business alignment maturity on planning integration strategies: A management practices approach. Twenty-Third European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Münster, Germany, Münster, Germany, 26-29 May 2015.
  3. H. F. Naqvi, F. H. Chandio, A. F. Soomro and M. S. Abbasi, "Software as a Service Acceptance Model: A User-Centric Perspective in Cloud Computing Context," 2018 IEEE 5th International Conference on Engineering Technologies and Applied Sciences (ICETAS), Bangkok, Thailand, 2018, pp. 1-4. doi: 10.1109/ICETAS.2018.8629200

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Statistical software: 6 years’ experience with Excel, SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Science), AMOS (Analysis of Moment Structures) and SmartPLS.

Statistical techniques: Univariate/multivariate methods (ANOVA, regression, structural equation modeling and Confirmatory Factor Analysis), categorical analysis, descriptive statistics, principal component/factor analysis, graphical reporting, confidence intervals/effect sizes, identifying and accounting for missing data, etc.

Quantitative Methods: Experienced and proficient in survey design, survey administration (online and in-person), experimental design, and the analysis of cross-sectional and longitudinal quantitative data.

Training Certificates: Statistics with SPSS, Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling, Statistical Mediation and Moderation Analysis, Quantitative Methodology Certificate.

 

2021 to date                         Assistant Professor, (MIS), College of Business Administration,

Prince Mohammad Bin Fahad University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (https://pmu.edu.sa/ )

§  Teaching subjects relevant to the field of MIS

2015 to date (Lien)             Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration,

                                                University of Sindh, Jamshoro (http://usindh.edu.pk/)

§  Teaching Subjects related to the Inferential Analysis at MS and PhD level scholars.

§  Supervising Five MPhil and Two PhD scholars within the domain of IS and Management Sciences.

§  Member of Research and Scrutiny Committee for the MS and PhD topics approval.

§  Coordinator of MS and PhD program at the Department of Public Administration

2015 to date                         Associate Professor (Visiting Fellow), SZabist University, Hyderabad.

2012 to 2015                        Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration,

                                                University of Sindh, Jamshoro (http://usindh.edu.pk/)

§  Teaching Subjects related to Research Method and Analysis at MS/MPhil level scholars.

§  Supervising MPhil and PhD level scholars.

§  Designing courses curriculum for the MPhil and PhD programs.    

2005 to 2012                        Lecturer, Department of Public Management Sciences,

University of Sindh, Jamshoro (http://usindh.edu.pk/)

§  Teaching and Designing course curriculum and structured course outlines for the subject MIS.

§  Supervised graduate and under graduate level projects.

§  Organized software exhibitions and programming competitions.

§  Academic advisement of graduate and undergraduate students.

2010-2011                            Research Assistant, Brunel Business School

                                               

2007-2009                            Part-time Lecturer in Business and Management, Commonwealth Law College, London

 

2004-2005                            Lecturer Department of Computer Science,

Isra University, Hyderabad (http://www.isra.edu.pk/)

§  Subjects instructor: Java Programming, Object oriented programming concepts, Artificial Intelligence using LISP, Software project management, MIS

§  Member Software Development Committee at Computer Science Department Isra University Hyderabad

2003-2004            Lecturer Department of Computer Science, College of Modern Science, Hyderabad (Affiliated with University of Sindh, Jamshoro

Strategic Supply Chain Management

Management Information System

E-Commerce

Strategic Marketing

Data and Computer Communications

Advanced Database Concepts

Java programming

HTML, DHTML and Web scripting

 

Dr. Sharif Abbasi's research interests include IT-Business Strategic Alignment, Knowledge Management, ICT in information systems (Technology acceptance and adoption), cross-cultural issues in IT (at individual and national culture, cross-cultural studies), and Quantitative Methods (Psychometrics; Instrument development and validation; Cross-cultural measurement; Issues in survey development and administration; structural equation modeling).

Dr. Abbasi has number of publications in refereed journals and international conference proceedings. Under his supervision 2 PhD and 15 MPhil students completed their degrees. Dr. Abbasi hopes to contribute to preparing an outstanding career of Business School students.

 

JOURNAL/CONFERENCE REVIEWER

§  International Journal of Information and Management (impact factor, 1.76) ISSN: 0268-4012

§  Behaviour & Information Technology, ISSN: 0144-929X (Print), 1362-3001 (Online)

§  Sindh University Research Journal, (SURJ), ISSN 1813-1743

§  International Journal of Electronic Healthcare, ISSN print: 1741-8453

§  Journal of Enterprise Information Management, ISSN: 1741-0398

§  African Journal of Business Managment

§  European Conference on Information System (2013), June 5-8, Utrecht University, Utrecht Science Park 'de Uithof

European, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS)