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Dr. Satyendra Singh, Professor - University of Winnipeg, Canada

Discussion in 'Education & Academics' started by Neutral Singh, May 2, 2005.

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    Dr. Satyendra Singh
    Professor, Marketing and International Business
    President, Academy of Business and Emerging Markets www.abem.ca
    Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets University of Winnipeg, 515 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg R3B2E9, CANADA


    1998 PhD (Industrial Marketing) The Nottingham Trent University (NTU), Nottingham, England, UK

    1997 PGDip (Research Methods) The Nottingham Trent University (NTU), Nottingham, England, UK

    1993 MBA (International Marketing) Maastricht School of Management (MSM), Maastricht, The Netherlands

    1990 BEng (Mechanical) Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology (MIT), Muzaffarpur, India


    July 2004 – present Associate Professor (tenured), The University of Winnipeg, Canada

    July 2000 – June 2004 Assistant Professor, The University of Winnipeg, Canada

    June 1999 – May 2000 Tutor, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

    February 1996 – February 1999 Lecturer, Southampton Business School, Southampton, England


    Book (peer-reviewed):

    1 Singh, S. (2004), Market Orientation, Corporate Culture and Business Performance, England: Ashgate

    Publishing. ISBN 0-7546-3578-3, Hardback, 200 pages.

    Book review published in the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 33(2), pp. 238-240, 2005.

    Journal Articles (peer-reviewed):

    1. Singh, S. (2004), "Impact of Staff Monitored Program on Firm’s Performance: A Case of Angola,"

    Journal of African Business 5(1), 93-111.

    2. Singh, S., and A. Ranchhod (2004), "Market Orientation and Customer Satisfaction: An Evidence from

    British Machine Tool Industry," Industrial Marketing Management, 33(2), 134-144.

    3. Singh, S. (2003), "Effects of Transition Economy on the Market Orientation Business Performance

    Link: The Empirical Evidence From Indian Industrial Firms," Journal of Global Marketing 16(4), 73-


    4. Appiah-Adu, K., A. Fyall and S. Singh (2001), "Marketing Effectiveness and Business Performance in

    the Financial Service Industry," Journal of Services Marketing 15(1), 18-34.

    5. Appiah-Adu, K. and S. Singh (1999), "Marketing Culture and Performance in UK Service Firms,"

    Service Industries Journal l9(1), 152-170.

    6. Appiah-Adu, K. and S. Singh (1998), "Market Orientation and Performance: An Empirical Study of

    British SMEs," Journal of Entrepreneurship 7(1), 27-47.

    7. Appiah-Adu, K. and S. Singh (1998), "Customer Orientation and Performance: A Study of SMEs,"

    Management Decision 36(6), 385-394.

    Conference papers (peer-reviewed):

    1. Singh, S. and D. Tornavoi de Carvalho (2005), "Green Orientation and Oil Shopping," European

    Marketing Academy (EMAC) Conference, May 24-27, forthcoming, Milan, Italy.

    2. Singh, S. and K. Appiah-Adu (2004), "Creativity in Advertising in Two Cultures," World Association of

    Case research and Application (WACRA) Conference, July 3-7, pp.54-55, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    3. Singh, S. (2003), "Perceptions of Postmodern Marketing Practices: The Case of Foreign and Domestic

    Firms," Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Conference, June 11-14, p. 69, Perth, Australia.

    4. Martine, M. and S. Singh (2002), "La Liberte Newspaper," Global Business and Technology

    Association (GBATA) Conference, June 25-29, pp. 870-877, Rome, Italy.

    5. Singh, S. (2001), "Sat & Co: The Machine Tool Division," North American Case Research Association

    (NACRA) Conference, October 4-6, 2001, p. 80 Memphis, Tennessee, USA.
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