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Dr. Anjum Razzaque Muhammad Razzaque Mian Khan

Assistant Professor Management Information Systems Department College of Business & Finance.

Contact Information

  • Attained his Ph.D. from Brunel University’s Business School, London, UK
  • Has published more than 30 publications.
  • Seeks research industry professional for collaborative research in the area of Healthcare informatics.
  • Actively participates as a reviewer for journals and conferences editorial boards.

Biography

Anjum Razzaque, Ph.D., is an American and British educated academic and the Assistant Professor at the College of Business and Finance in Ahlia University, Bahrain. Anjum is also the European, Asian, Middle Eastern, North African Conference on Management & Information Systems (EAMMIS) conference chair. In addition, he is also the editor of associating EAMMIS conference proceedings. Anjum has served in various editorial boards and technical committees for international refereed journals and academic conferences. Anjum generally publishes in the Information Systems research area, where his research has made contributions within Knowledge Management, FinTech, RegTech, Internet of Things, Supply Chain Management, and electronic and mobile Learning. His research is predominantly contributing to quantitative findings and thorough literature surveys. Anjum has been awarded a fellowship from the Fulbright Scholar Program and is available for community services such as a keynote speaker, conference chair, session chair, reviewer, and editor. Anjum is reachable through this Gmail.

Main Responsibilities

Teaching, research and service to the institutoin and commnuity.

Teaching Areas

  • Management Information system’s

Research Areas

  • Information Systems and its relative sub-foelds

Faculty Research

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Quality decisions from physicians’ shared knowledge in virtual communities

Journal
2020
Anjum, Razzaque, Tillal Eldabi & Weifeng Chen

Trusted Physicians’ Virtual Social Capital Facilitates Decision-Making during Knowledge Sharing

Journal
2019
Prof. Mukhtar AL-Hashimi, Dr. Abdalmuttaleb Musleh Al-Sartawi, Dr. Allam Hamdan

Physicians social capital aids their medical decisions when they virtually share knowledge

Journal
2020
Anjum, Razzaque, Tillal Eldabi

M-Learning Improves Knowledge Sharing Over e-Learning Platforms to Build Higher Education Students’ Social Capital

Journal
2020
Anjum, Razzaque, Dr. Anjum Razzaque

Internet of Things facilitates e-learning

Journal
2019
Anjum, Razzaque, Dr. Anjum Razzaque

Virtual learning enriched by social capital and shared knowledge, when moderated by positive emotions

Journal
2020
Anjum, Razzaque, Dr. Anjum Razzaque