Master in Quality Management (MQM)

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There is an urgent need, at the national level and in the Arab world, for qualified managers in the field of quality, capable of developing theoretical and practical knowledge and apply it effectively in their field. The program aims at meeting this need by developing the management skills and technical knowledge of the students, which will enable them, in the future, to hold distinguished managerial positions in the institutions (regardless of their types, sizes, products or services they provide), and to guide and develop these institutions, in terms of quality.

Name Moaz Alsherfawi Aljazaerli

PH. D. in International Development

Email : MiQ_pd@svuonline.org

 

EDUCATION & Diploma

2007

PhD, Graduate School of International Development (Economic Valuation and Public Finance), Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan.

2004

Master's Degree from the Graduate School of International Development (Economic Valuation), Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan

2002

  Completion of Research Student one-year Program in Public Finance at the Graduate School of Economics, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan

1998

  Post-Graduate Diploma in Fiscal and Monetary Economics

1997

  Faculty of Economics, Damascus University. Damascus. Syria

 

Head of The Department of Business Economics and Int'l Business Manag.  Higher Institute for Administrative Development, Damascus University

ACADEMIC TEACHING & TRAINING EXPERIENCES and POSITIONS

Sep 2017 – present

Vice-Dean for Scientific Affairs

Higher Institute for Administrative Development, Damascus University

Sep 2014 – present

Head of The Department of Business Economics and Int'l Business Manag. 

Higher Institute for Administrative Development, Damascus University

April 2007 – present

Instructor of Business Economics and Quantitative Methods 

Higher Institute for Administrative Development, Damascus University.

2008

Lecturer of Open Macroeconomics Faculty of Economics (Damascus University).

 

2010 – 2011

Lecturer of Microeconomics Economic Change in the Arab Region (ECAR): Marburg University (Germany) and Damascus University (Syria).

2013 – present

Lecturer of Investment Analysis Faculty of Business Administration (Arab International University)

2013 – present

Lecturer of Microeconomics / Macroeconomics Faculty of Business Administration (Arab International University)

October 1998 – September 2000

Junior Lecturer of Economics Higher Institute for Administrative Development, Damascus University.

Nov 2009 – June 2010 Mentor and Coach. Syria Oxford Leadership Development Programme

June 2003 – September 2003

Intern at environmental division of the United Nations Center for Regional Development, Headquarter, Nagoya, Japan.

2005 – 2006

Part-time instructor of Arabic Language and Culture for Japanese students at the NHK Cultural Center, an association affiliated with the national television, Nagoya, Japan.

 

Research Papers

  • Corruption and Stock Market Development: New Evidence from GCC Countries. Journal of Business: Theory and Practice.  / Verslas: Teorija ir Praktika. (Accepted sep. 2015). Coauthored with Sulaiman Mouselli and Rash Sirop.

  • Modeling patient's choice of health service provider. Forthcoming in The Journal of Tishreen University for Economic Sciences (in Arabic, coauthored with Ousama Alfarraj)
  • Estimation of willingness to pay for public health insurance among Syrian public servants Forthcoming in The Journal ofAlbath University ( in Arabic, coauthored with Ousama Alfarraj)
  • The impact of financial derivatives regulations on banking crisis: An exploratory study of private banks in Syria. The Journal of Damascus University Economic and Legal Sciences, 2015. (in Arabic, coauthored with Oula Alnawfal).
  • The factors influencing the use of financial derivatives as means of coverage: An application on private banks in Syria. 2014. The Journal of Damascus University for Economic and Legal Sciences, 2014. (in Arabic, coauthored with Oula Alnawfal).
  • Hedonic Valuation of Marginal Willingness to Pay. Forum of International Development. Vol.30:1-2005.