Shahbaz Gill

Shahbaz Gill

Lecturer of Business Administration

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Contact

442 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-265-0699

shahbaz@illinois.edu

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Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Management and Leadership, University of Malaya, 2008

Positions Held

  • , Visiting Ass. Professor Vienna University of Economics and Business Wirschaftsuniversitaet Wien, Austria, 2015
  • Lecturer of Business Administration, Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2013 to present
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 2012, 2012-2013
  • Postdoc Research Associate, Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2010-2012
  • Assistant Professor, COMSATS University, 2009
  • Assistant Professor, IIUI, 2008

Recent Publications

  • Gill, S., Dr. K.N.Kang (Ed.) Forthcoming (2010). Existence and Perceptions held about Gender Discrimination against women in the Work place. A case study from S.E. Asia Dynamic Management in Global Economy.
  • Shahbaz, M., Gill, S., & Butt, M. (2016). Does Military Spending Explode External Debt in Pakistan? Defense and Peace Economics, 718-741.  link >
  • Mujahid, N., Shahbaz, M., & Gill, S. (2016). Labour Market Conditions–Female Labour Supply Nexus: The Role of Globalization in Pakistan. Global Business Review, 17 (1), 68-87.

Other Publications

Article

  • Shahbaz, M., Gill, S., Malik, M., & Wolters, M. (2013). An analysis of a causal relationship between economic growth and terrorism in Pakistan. Economic Modelling, 35.
  • Gill, S., Afza, T., & Shahbaz, M. (2013). Does Defence Spending Impede Economic Growth? Cointegration and Causality Analysis for Pakistan. Defense and Peace Economics, 24 (2), 105-120.
  • Shahbaz, M., Islam, F., & Gill, S. (2012). Phillips Curve in a Small Open Economy: A Time Series Exploration of North Cyprus. Bangladesh Development Studies, xxxv (4), 113-130.
  • Shahbaz, M., Afza, T., & Gill, S. (2012). Does Defence Spending Impede Economic Growth? Cointegration and Causality Analysis for Pakistan. Defense and Peace Economics, 24 (2), 105-120.  link >
  • Shahbaz, M., Lean, H., & Gill, S. (2012). Environmental Kuznets Curve hypothesis in Pakistan: Cointegration and Granger causality. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 16 (5), 2947–2953.
  • Shahbaz, M., & Gill, S. (2012). Military Spending and Economic Growth in Pakistan: New Evidence from Rolling Window Approach. Economic Research, 25 144-159.
  • Gill, S., Shamim, A., & Shahbaz, M. (2011). Creativity: a driving force behind yield management. International Journal of Economics & Business, 3 (4), 459-467.
  • Shahbaz, M., Tang, C., & Gill, S. (2011). Electricity consumption and economic growth nexus in Portugal using cointegration and causality approaches. Energy Policy, 29 (6), 3529-2536.
  • Shahbaz, M., Amir, N., & Gill, S. (2011). Financial Development, Openness Relation and the Role of Financial Institutions: A Case of Pakistan. Asia Pacific Business Review, vii (1), 31-47.
  • Gill, S., Ahmad, K., & Lawler, J. (2011). Effect of Working Environment on Job Satisfaction in Pakistan. World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sust. Development, 7 (1), 52 to 61.
  • Gill, S., Ahmad, K., & Lawler, J. (2011). Entrepreneur pro-activeness and customer value: the moderating role of innovation and market orientation World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sust. Development, 6 (pp.189 - 205),
  • Gill, S., Kaleem, A., & Qureshi, I. (2011). Customers' perceptions towards adoption of e-banking in Pakistan. International Journal of Economics & Business, 3 (1), 1-14.
  • Gill, S., & Rehman ud Din, M. (2010). Societal Marketing an Investment or Donation. Asia Pacific Business Review, 6 (3), 37-46.
  • Shahbaz, M., Gill, S., & Butt, M. (2010). Exports and Imports Nexus: Econometric Evidence for Pakistan. The IUP Journal of Applied Economics, ix (2), 34-45.
  • Ur Rehman, A., & Gill, S. (2010). The relationship between religiosity and new product adoption. Journal of Islamic Marketing, 1 (1), 63-69.

Presentation

  • Gill, S. (2017). Do Online Learning Platforms Truly Provide Convenience and Flexibility? The Munich International Academic Conference on Education & Social Sciences.
  • Wolters, M., Couto, E., & Gill, S. (2013). The Effects of the Global Financial Crisis on Financial Innovation and Banking Market Structure in Brazil. International Network of Business and Management Journal 2013.
  • Gill, S., & Wolters, M. (2013). Does Terrorism Impede Private Investment in Pakistan? TAXES A&M INT. UNIVERSITY.
  • Shahbaz, M., Gill, S., Malik, M., & Wolters, M. (2013). Does Terrorism Impede Private Investment in Pakistan. 17th Annual Western Hemisphere Trade Conference: Western Hemisphere Meets Eastern Hemisphere: Trade.
  • Gill, S., & Wang, W. (2012). Trust as a Mediator for the Effect of Organizational Justice: What do the Multifoci and Cultural Approaches Tell Us?”. Midwest Academy of Management.

Working Paper

  • Wang, W., & Gill, S. (2012). Trust as a Mediator for the Effect of Organizational Justice: What do the Multifoci and Cultural Approaches.

Honors and Awards

  • List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 2017-2018 The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 2017-2018
  • Erasmus+ Teaching and Training Higher Education ?International Mobility Directorate for Special Programs International Scholarships Unit for European Union Programs, 2016

Teaching Interests

I currently teach or have taught Principles of Marketing and Management & Organizational Behavior. International Marketing, Services Marketing

Research Interests

Future of High Performance Work Systems in South Asia. Terrorism and its impact on marketing and business environment. Religiosity and perception of organizational justice

Courses

  • Mgmt and Organizational Beh (BADM 310) General analysis of management and organizational behavior from a systems point of view, including classical organizational theory and management, organizational behavior, and management science; environmental forces; planning, organizing, and control processes; motivation, incentives, leadership, communication, and interpersonal relations; and discussion of production and decision-making and mathematical models.
  • Principles of Marketing (BADM 320) Emphasizes the concepts of planning, organization, control, and decision making as they are applied in the management of the marketing function. Provides an overview of aspects of the marketing discipline.
  • Principles of Retailing (BADM 321) Gives a general analysis of the structure of retailing emphasizing the retailing environment and operating efficiencies; includes patronage behavior, merchandise control, pricing, promotion, location, and vendor relations; and gives special attention to emerging trends in retailing.

Contact

442 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-265-0699

shahbaz@illinois.edu