Ream N Kinawy

Ream N Kinawy

Adjunct InstructorE000894
Kinawy.R@gust.edu.kw
7407
N1-216
Business Administration Dept

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About the Faculty Member

Dr. Ream Kinawy is a Marketing Lecturer at the College of Business Administration. Upon graduating from business school in 2006 with honors, she was offered a Teaching Assistant position at the College of Business Administration. Dr. Ream’s graduate education at The University of Hull, UK, has developed her quantitative and qualitative research skills. In 2011, Dr. Ream was awarded the Master of Science degree in Marketing with distinction. She attained her Doctorate of Philosophy in Marketing Management from the University of Hull, Hull, UK, in 2023. Dr. Ream held the professional position of a Marketing Specialist, where she conducted market research and gained hands-on experience. These experiences enriched her commitment to research, which aligns with continuing her professional development. Dr. Ream has also developed her expertise in quantitative research methods such as SPSS and Smart-PLS as well as NVIVO for qualitative research analysis. Dr. Ream participated in the Trans-European Mobility Scheme for University Studies (TEMPUS) and the Mediterranean region Well Being (Medawel) project for "Higher Education in Support of Women Empowerment in Egypt". Also, she participated in prestigious conferences such as the British Academy of Management, community services, and extracurricular activities and reviewed for several journals, including Emerald Publications, that enriched her intellectual capacity with a broad outlook and varying degrees of knowledge on a professional and personal level. Her main research focuses on National Identity, Consumer Ethnocentrism, Country of Origin Effects, Value Orientations, and Nation Branding.

Teaching Interest(s)

Marketing Courses

Expertise Area(s)

National Identity, Consumer Ethnocentrism, Domestic Country Bias, Consumer Behavior, Country of Origin Effects, Value Orientations, Nation Branding