Dr Arnaz (Ben) Binsardi
BSc (Hons.), MSc (SUB), Dipl.
BA, MBA, MA (ASU, WSU, USA), PhD (Loughborough, UK), PGCE (Wales, UK), MCIM, FHEA (UK)
first, second and postgraduate degrees from Texas and Wichita, USA.
He then undertook a higher research degree and obtained a PhD from Loughborough and a PGCE from Wales.
Before joining GlyndÅµr University, he undertook a post-doctoral research fellowship at the University of Oxford and the University of Westminster.
has published several textbooks and research journals in the areas of research methods, marketing and finance in some prominent academic journals such as Marketing Intelligence and Planning
, Journal of Management Decision, Financial Research
, British Academy of Management Journal
Apart from the intra curricula activities, Dr Binsardi is a referee of the Journal of Multicultural Market Research, Finance Quarterly and National Lottery Charity Board.
Dr Binsardi is a member of learned societies such as the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), a Fellow Member of Learned Society of Economist (FLSE) and a Fellow Member of Learned Society of Higher Education Academy (HEA).
teaches â€˜Marketing Research' for undergraduate students and â€˜Research Methods' for both master and doctoral students.
recent research of "Theoretical Sampling in Grounded Theory; Methodological and Pedagogical Aspects" was awarded the Best Paper Award by the prestigious Academy of Marketing (AOM).
The longer version of the paper will appear in Qualitative Market Research; An International Journal
(Emerald), ISSN: 1352-2752.
As a research co-ordinator, Dr Binsardi coordinates the Business School's research seminars and activities for staff and PhD students.
At present, Dr Binsardi
is completing the School's research projects which focus on:
The areas of "Construction Management and Economics" under the Knowledge Exploitation Fund Technology Transfer Networks (KEF-TTN) with Cardiff University
, funded by Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) and DTI (Department for Trade and Industry).
"The Contribution of the Charitable Sector Towards Regional GDP; National Income Accounting Analysis", funded earlier by European Fund
The initial findings of the research were presented earlier at The International Conference of Welsh Economics Colloquium (WEC), Swansea University
Dr Binsardi is currently working with the Centre for Sustainable Enterprise (CESER), the Centre for Disability Studies (CfDS) and the Centre for Pedagogical Research & Scholarship (CPRS).
He is also an active member of Research Degree Committee (RDC) and Glyndwr Research Ethics Committee (GREC).