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KARIM GINENA P.O. Box 6550 Doctoral Candidate in Management Darden Blvd Darden Graduate School of Business skype:karimginena Charlottesville, VA University of Virginia EDUCATION University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business (Charlottesville, US) Expected 2019 Doctoral Candidate, Management (Organizational Behavior and Business Ethics) Dissertation: Leveraging positive interdependence in team leadership: Essays on loyalty Doctoral Committee: Kristin Behfar (Chair), James Detert, Randall Peterson, Andrew Wicks Hamad Bin Khalifa University (Doha, Qatar) 2011 M.Sc. in Islamic Finance, Top Graduate Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business (Vancouver, Canada) 2004 Bachelor of Business Administration, Marketing and Management Information Systems ADDITIONAL TRAINING Harvard Law School, Institute for Global Law and Policy Participant, Program on global law, economic policy, social justice and governance ACADEMIC POSITIONS University of Virginia 2014 Present Research Assistant Instructor, STS 1800: Business Fundamentals, Spring 2017 undergraduate business course Hamad Bin Khalifa University Senior Researcher Qatar University Research Associate RESEARCH INTERESTS Team leadership, employee loyalty, ethical decision-making, identity, and cross-cultural research; I previously researched Islamic finance and banking. My research examines moral (e.g. loyalty) and cultural values (e.g. power distance) that affect individual and collective behavior with the objective of understanding: a) how these values are construed by leaders and team members within and across cultures; b) the processes through which these values develop in teams; and c) the conditions under which these values promote and inhibit team effectiveness and ethical/unethical behavior. Broadly speaking, I aim to understand how leaders develop and nurture positive interdependence in their teams and strike a balance between exercising authority and fostering a collaborative work environment. Since interdependence is most valued in contexts where risks are high, time is limited, tasks are complex, and high coordination is needed, whenever possible, I study extreme environments, such as firefighting, that capture these characteristics. In doing so, I aspire to develop and enhance theories of organizational teamwork and generate actionable insights that could be applied by leaders in extreme and non-extreme contexts. Finally, I employ several research methodologies to examine phenomena of interest, including qualitative interviews, surveys, and lab experiments. Page 1 of 5 RESEARCH IN PROGRESS Team Leadership Practices in Face, Honor, and Dignity Cultures: How the Power Distance Value is Enacted by Team Leaders (with Kristin Behfar and Randall Peterson). Data analysis underway. Loyalty in Firefighting Teams. Data analysis underway. Employee Loyalty and Team Effectiveness (with Kristin Behfar and Randall Peterson). Data collection underway. Stakeholder Theory and Perspective Taking (with Bobby Parmar and Andrew Wicks). Data collection underway. How does Stakeholder Management Enhance Firm Value? JOURNAL ARTICLES Freeman, R.E. & Ginena, K Rethinking the Purpose of the Corporation: Challenges from Stakeholder Theory. Notizie di Politeia, XXXI (117), Ginena, K Shariah Risk and Corporate Governance of Islamic Banks. Corporate Governance, 14(1), Ginena, K. & Truby, J Deutsche Bank and the Use of Promises in Islamic Finance Contracts. Virginia Law & Business Review, 7(4), BOOKS Ginena, K. & Hamid, A Foundations of Shariah Governance of Islamic Banks. West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons (383 pages). (Eds.) Ethics, Governance and Regulation in Islamic Finance. Doha: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation (151 pages). (Eds.) Financial Stability and Risk Management in Islamic Financial Institutions. Doha: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation (148 pages). (Eds.) Islamic Banking and Finance Essays on Corporate Finance, Efficiency and Product Development. Doha: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation (188 pages). (Eds.) Islamic Economics: Theory, Policy and Social Justice. Doha: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation (199 pages). (Eds.) Access to Finance and Human Development Essays on Zakah, Awqaf and Microfinance. Doha: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation (94 pages). BOOK CHAPTERS Ginena, K., Ethics, Governance and Regulation in Islamic Finance: An Introduction to the Issues Page 2 of 5 and Papers. In El-Karanshawy et al. (Eds.), Ethics, Governance and Regulation in Islamic Finance. Doha, Qatar: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation. PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Ginena, K Understanding Shariah Risk and its Relevance to Corporate Governance of Islamic Banks. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Meeting of the British Academy of Management. Sobh, R., Belk, R., Wilson, J. & Ginena, K Home and Commercial Hospitality Rituals in Arab Gulf Countries. Advances in Consumer Research, eds. Zeynep Gurhan-Canli, Cele Otnes, and Juliet Rui Zhu, Duluth, MN: Association for Consumer Research, 40, 5-8. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Ginena, K., Behfar, K. & Peterson, R Team Leadership Practices in Face, Honor, and Dignity Cultures: How the Power Distance Value is Enacted by Team Leaders. Presentation at QRLP Annual Research Meeting, Miami, FL, USA. Ginena, K., Behfar, K. & Peterson, R Team Leadership Practices in Face, Honor, and Dignity Cultures: How the Power Distance Value is Enacted by Team Leaders. Presentation at HEC Paris Research Conference, Doha, Qatar. Ginena, K., Parmar, B. & Wicks, A Stakeholder Theory and Perspective Taking. Emerging Scholar paper presentation at Society of Business Ethics Conference, Vancouver, Canada. Ginena, K Contemporary Approaches to Governing the Islamic Banking Industry. Paper presentation at Harvard Law School s Heterodox Approaches to Islamic Law and Policy Conference, Cambridge, MA, USA. Ginena, K Governing Shariah Aspects of Islamic Banks: An Exploration of Legal and Regulatory Dimensions Across Jurisdictions. Paper presentation at Harvard Law School s Institute for Global Law & Policy s Workshop, Doha, Qatar. Ginena, K Corporate Governance of Islamic Banks: Toward an Understanding of Shariah Considerations. Paper presentation at the First American University of Sharjah Symposium on Islamic Banking and Finance, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Ginena, K Understanding Shariah Risk and its Relevance to Corporate Governance of Islamic Banks. Paper presentation at the 27th Annual Meeting of the British Academy of Management, Liverpool, UK. Sobh, R., Belk, R., Wilson, J. & Ginena, K Home and Commercial Hospitality Rituals in Arab Gulf Countries. Paper presentation at the Association for Consumer Research North American Conference, Vancouver, Canada. MAGAZINE ARTICLES Ginena, K Corporate Governance and its Relation to Islamic Financial Institutions. Islamic Finance News, 9(37), AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS London Business School Leadership Institute Grant ( 8,000) 2016 Co-grantees: Kristin Behfar and Randall Peterson Page 3 of 5 Founders Award, Society of Business Ethics 2015 Emerging Scholar, Society of Business Ethics 2015 Ph.D. Fellowship, Qatar Research Leadership Program Young Policy Professional, Harvard Law School s Institute for Global Law and Policy 2013 Master s Scholarship, Sh. Hamad Al-Thani Merit Scholarship United Parcel Service (UPS) Gold Shield Award 2006 General Electric (GE) Leadershape Program 2000 Dulce Huscroft Scholarship 1999 Coquitlam Optimist Club Scholarship 1999 British Columbia Passport to Education 1999 OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE Doha Bank (Doha, Qatar) Head of Shariah Audit United Parcel Service (Vancouver, Canada) Premium Sales Associate Terry Fox Foundation (Vancouver, Canada) Summer 2001 British Columbia Corporate Challenge Organizer Statistics Canada (Vancouver, Canada) Summer 2001 National Census Representative General Electric Aviation (Evendale, US) Summer 2000 Engine Support Services Support Analyst PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION AND ACADEMIC SERVICE Academy of Management Society of Business Ethics 2014 Present 2015 Present Panelist, The Service Society Conference, UVA 2016 Chair, Organizations and Individuals session at Society of Business Ethics Conference 2016 Participant, Works and Research of Patricia Werhane Conference, Darden, UVA 2016 Co-organizer, The 9 th International Conference on Islamic Economics & Finance, Turkey 2013 British Academy of Management Page 4 of 5 INVITED TALKS 2016 University of Virginia Center for Politics 2013 Hamad Bin Khalifa University 2010 Qatar Finance and Business Academy Latham & Watkins LLP Georgetown University SFSS students Carnegie Mellon Executive MBA students Doha Bank PERSONAL Canadian citizen Married to a sweet pediatric endocrinologist Board member and Outreach Secretary of the Islamic Society of Central Virginia One of the youngest authors to secure a book contract from John Wiley & Sons Page 5 of 5
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