Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to announce our latest Doctoral candidates. The candidates reflect our commitment to diversity and opportunity and we are happy to welcome each one to the Monarch family. Candidates are joining the program from: South Africa, Canada, Australia, USA, Ireland and Uganda. We wish them all the very best in their studies and hope that the academic journey at Monarch is both challenging and rewarding. – Sola Virtus Nobilitat –
It is with pleasure that Monarch Business School highlights the latest book by Dr. Justin Kennedy. The book is titled, “Brain Reboot” and deals with creating happiness, performing better and being healthier. Dr. Kennedy is a Professor of Organizational Behavior. He holds a Doctor of Professional Studies with Monarch Business School Switzerland as well as a Bachelor of Social Science in Psychology from Rhodes University, SA. He is also a member of the Psychological Society of South Africa.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is happy to welcome Dr.Maya Katenova as Post-Doctoral Fellow in Coporate Social Responsibility & Global Business Ethics. Dr. Katenove holds a Doctor of Business Administration from KIMEP University in Kazakstan where she also earned a Master in Public Administration and a Bachelor in Social Science. At present, she holds the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Finance at Bang College of Business at KIMEP. Previously, she held positions as Lecturer and Teaching Assistant at KIMEP. She also holds the title of Professional Financial Manager from the ICFM in the UK.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is happy to welcome Dr. Morgan Clevenger to the faculty as Professor of Management and Post-Doctoral Fellow in Corporate Social Responsibility & Global Business Ethics. He holds a Doctor of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis (Summa Cum Laude) from the University of Missouri. He also holds an MBA (Magna Cum Laude) from the John Chambers College of Business & Economics from West Virginia University, Morgantown where he also completed a Bachelor of Science in Journalism at the Reed College of Media.
During the course of a PhD program Candidates often ask the question as to when it is the best time for them to publish. This can be a simple and yet a complicated question to answer. Several aspects must be taken in to consideration. Below, an attempt is made to address the major issues faced […]
Mr. Ayotunji Ajanaku is a Combined Dual PhD/DBA Candidate in Industrial Engineering. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) & Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering with Distinction from the University of Herfordshire, UK. He also holds an Advanced Diploma in System Safety Engineering, an Advanced Diploma in Risk Management and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Quality Control Engineering from the Defense Academy of the United Kingdom at Cranfield University. He is an Associate Member of the Chartered Management Institute of the UK and a Certified Lecturer of the International Education Society in London, UK. He is also a Fellow of the Society of Professional Engineers, UK. He is also a Senior Lecturer at the JPTS/South America University for distance learning in Aerospace Engineering, Mathematics/Physics and Management Strategy.
Poverty and poverty reduction are prominent topics of discussion at international development meetings. Despite the existence of both private and public initiatives to combat it, over 1 billion people still live in extreme poverty, about half of whom are in sub-Saharan African countries (MDG, 2015). Poverty Global Practice, a poverty policy monitoring and evaluation unit of the World Bank, indicates that, for countries in Africa, poverty continues to rise because anti-poverty policies fail to reduce poverty (PGP, 2016), a view shared by the literature on poverty reduction in Africa (Dagusta, 2007; McCloskey, 2015). It has been suggested that more comprehensive and coordinated methods could help anti-poverty programmes overcome some of the major challenges to alleviating global poverty (Ravallion, 2016). In line with this suggestion, the proposed research examines the potential of sustainable anti-poverty strategies through the triangulation of three research domains: multidimensional poverty, family functioning, and social justice theories.
Being a graduate business school we are often asked what exactly is the difference between a PhD and a DBA degree or program. In general, the two degrees are typically considered equivalent from an academic rigor standpoint. They both must satisfy the requirement for originality. And both can be used for teaching purposes. However, there are some important distinctions that should be kept in mind.
It is a pleasure for the Administration to introduce Dr. Shahid Rasool, a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Corporate Social Responsibility and Global Business Ethics. He holds a Ph.D. in Marketing from the University of Malaysia Sarawak as well as a Master of Science and MBA in Marketing from Mohammad Ali Jinnah University in Pakistan. He also […]
The East African Community (EAC) marks one among many of the attempts of East African countries to unite. The contemplated research intends to analyze the hindrances to the CMP’s full adoption through theories of international trade, regional integration and economic growth. The ultimate goal of the contemplated research is to construct a new conceptual model or framework that better explains the implementation of the EAC Common market protocol.