The key to successful academic collaborations

About this video

Academic collaborations with researchers from varying backgrounds can act as a conduit to innovative ideas and solutions. Due to their growing popularity with funding bodies and established results, collaborative studies have become omnipresent academia.

As fruitful and illuminating as collaborative projects can be, their challenges lie in navigating different types of collaborations, do’s and don’ts and in understanding the key components of what makes for successful collaborations.

In this webinar, Dr. Aijaz A. Shaikh provides a detailed overview of research collaborations, highlighting its concepts, process and types. You’ll come away with complete knowledge of the approaches that make academic collaborations successful.

About the presenter

Dr. Aijaz A. Shaikh

Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Aijaz has a Ph.D. (Marketing) from the Jyväskylä University School of Business & Economics (AMBA accredited), Finland, an M.Sc. from Hanken School of Economics (AACSB / EQUIS/AMBA accredited), Finland. He is Member-Editorial Review Board of the International Journal of E-Business Research and special issue Guest Editor of the International Journal of E-Business Research. His academic specialty is in Marketing (consumer behaviour), Information Technology Adoption, and Mobile Financial Services. Aijaz has teaching experience at the university level in undergraduate and graduate programs in Finland and elsewhere, over 13 years of practical/professional experience, mostly in the banking sector, and over 5 years of teaching and research experience with notable merits in scientific research.

Aijaz is involved in international cooperation & research collaboration with senior research fellows from Finland, Sweden, Norway, USA, South Africa, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Ghana. He has publications in renowned ISI indexed (including ABS-2/ABS-3) journals and conference proceedings with over 350 citations in less than five years.