Alfred Manduley, MBA

Alfred Manduley, MBA

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Department :

Email : alfred.manduley@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7290

Office : DLS 508

Education

MBA, New York University
BBA, Manhattan College

Publications & Professional Activities

  • “Shopping in an Age of Terrorism: Consumers Weigh the Risks Associated with Online Versus In-Store Purchases,” (with C. Predmore, T. Radin, and J. Rovenpor), Journal of Global Competiveness, in press.

Other Intellectual Contributions:

  • “Shopping  Risk:  Interenational Perceptions,” (with C. Predmore and J. Rovenpor), Proceedings, SPSS Directions: 2005 Users Conference, Las Vegas, NV, November 2005.http://www.spss.com/spssdirections/index2htm
  • “Business Experience and Perception of Ethics in Business” (with C. Predmore), Proceedings,  International Conference Promoting Business Ethics, New York, NY, October 2005, p.100.
  • “Management of Product Augmentation in the Legal Environment: Impact of Sarbanes-Oxley,” (with F. Abdulahad, A. Goma, and C. Predmore), Proceedings, Association on Employment Practices and Principles, Baltimore, MD, October 2005, pp. 93-96.
  • Immediate Feedback and Active Learning: Active Learning and Use of Einstruction’s Classroom Performance System,” (with C. Predmore), Proceedings, The Learning Conference, Granada, Spain, July 2005.
  •  “Sarbanes – Oxley Impact on Trust: Leadership in Creating Virgue in Consumers Perceptions, GDP, and Trade Deficits,” (with F. Abdulahad, A. Goma, and C. Predmore), Proceedings, Association of Employment Practices and Policies, Fort Lauderdale, FL. October 2004, pp. 194-204.
  • “Retailing in an Environment of Terrorism: Perception of Risk,” (with C. Predmore), Proceedings. American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, NV, February 2004, pp. 1809-1812.
  • “e-Teaching Theory and Concepts: Active Learning Using Discussion Boards and Macromedia’s director,” e-learning Digest www.etqm.net/elearn/digest accessed 3/3/2004.
  • “Ethics, Religiousness and Prejudice,” (with C. Predmore, A. Goma, and F. Abdulahad), 10th Annual Business Ethics Conference, St. John’s University, New York, NY, October 2003.
  • “Retailing in an Environment of Terrorism and Responsibility to Employees,” (with C. Predmore and F. Abdulahad), Proceedings, Association on Employment Practices and Principles, San Diego, CA, October 2003, pp. 164-167.
  • “Teaching Advertising Theory and Concepts: Active Learning with Virtual Television Advertising Using Macromedia’s Director,” (with C. Predmore), Proceedings (in press), The Learning Conference, Institute of Education, University of London, London, England, July 2003.
  • “Women Marketers of Non-Gender Products in the Middle East: A Comparative Study between Saudi-Arabia and the United Arab Emirates-An Update,” (with F. Abdulahad, S. Khelfaoui, B. Miranda, and C. Predmore), Eastern Academy of Management, Porto, Portugal, June 2003.
  • “Retail Transition Area in Online Stores,” (with M. Michel and C. Predmore), Academy of Business Disciplines, Fort Myers, FL, November 2002.
  • “Religiousness and Perception of Ethics in Other Religious Denominations,” (with F. Abdulahad, A. Goma, and C. Predmore), Proceedings, Association on Employment Practices and Principles, New York City, NY, October 2002, pp. 97-102.
  • “Managing Store Personnel to Effectively Reduce the Wasted Resources,” (with M. Michel and C. Predmore), Proceedings, Association on Employment Practices and Principles, New York, NY, October 2002, pp. 104-108.
  • “Advertising and Information on Sensitive Conditions Enhanced on the Internet,” (with C. Predmore), Proceedings, Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, CA, November 2001, pp. 845-851.
  • “Exploring Differences Between Graduate and Undergraduate Students and Perceptions on Online Education,” (with C. Predmore), Proceedings, Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, CA, November 2001, p. 1287.
  • “Woman Marketers of Non-Gender Products in the Middle East: A Comparative Study between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates,” (with B. Miranda and C. Predmore), Proceedings, Association on Employment Practices and Principles, San Francisco, CA, October 2001, pp. 312-316.

Courses Taught/Teaching

GLBL 470      Independent Study: International Business
MKTG 307      Consumer Behavior
MKTG 403      Marketing Management
MKTG 412      International Marketing
MKTG 413      Marketing Honors Seminar
MKTG 414      International Field Study Seminar
MKTG 470      Marketing Independent Study