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Who am I?
Who am I?
Amna was awarded a Heritage Lottery grant to investigate the South Asian Consumer gift-giving practices in January 2014.
She was awarded a prestigious industrial scholarship in collaboration with AstraZeneca pharmaceuticals, to undertake a PhD. During her PhD Amna undertook field research in Shanghai for six months. Prior to her PhD, Amna successfully completed a master degree in Marketing (MSc) at Manchester Business School with a distinction.
She has an undergraduate degree in Business Management from Manchester Metropolitan University Business School. As part of her undergraduate degree she undertook a 12-month E-Marketing internship with AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals.
Other academic service (administration and management)
Amna is a Senior Lecturer in Consumer Behaviour and Retailing. She has written, teaches and leads the Consumer Behaviour unit for undergraduate marketing degrees, contributing original case material based on her unique academic and commercial experiences. She has strong ties with retail education, teaching retail managers from Tesco, Asda, Halfords, Booths, Co-op and the Post Office. Amna has taught marketing at a variety of institutions in countries such as Singapore. Aside from her teaching responsibilities, she leads the Consumer behaviour Research cluster and regularly presents her work at international conferences.
Research Expertise, Publications & Grants
Research interests: Muslim consumers, ethnic consumers in the UK, gift giving behaviour. Amna has contributed to the Consumer Behaviour domain focusing her research specifically on consumption trends of ethnic communities in the UK. She has focussed her recent investigation to the gift-giving practices within Muslim communities and how this has impacted retailers. Media Engagements by invitation from the BBC, Amna has provided specialist insight into events within the retailing world including the subject of store loyalty cards. This was a live interview BBC 1 Breakfast show with Steph McGovern on 19 June 2012. Amna has worked with local media providing insights into the changing nature of Retail and South Asian gift-giving behaviour.
A. Khan, J. Zolkiewski, J. Murphy (2016). Favour and opportunity: renqing in Chinese business relationships. Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing. 31(2), pp.183-192.
D. Keeling, A. Khan, T. Newholm (2013). Internet forums and negotiation of healthcare knowledge cultures. Journal of Services Marketing. 27(1), pp.59-75.
A. Khan, A. Lewis, PB. Betts South Asian Football Consumers. 9999.
A. Khan The Role of Consumption Within Inter-generational Migrant Lives: Tales of Culture, Politics, Power and Religion. 1/1/2015.
S. Penney, G. Wright, AA. Hines, A. Khan Nostalgia. Bournemouth, UK, 1/7/2014.
S. Penney, G. Wright, AA. Hines, A. Khan Consumer Culture, Nostalgia. Helsinki, 1/7/2014.
A. Harbisher, G. Wright, A. Khan, AL. Paucar-Caceres National Student Survey Research - A Stakeholder Perspective. Bournemouth, UK, 1/7/2014.
A. Lewis, A. Khan, PB. Betts Extending the Sport Interest Inventory SII to Examine Asian Consumer's Awareness and Attraction to Professional Football. Bournemouth, UK, 1/7/2014.
A. Harbisher, G. Wright, A. Paucar-Caceres, A. Khan Quality in Higher Education. Bournemouth, UK, 1/1/2014.
R. Brennan, J. Zolkiewski, A. Khan, J. Wilson Chinese Business Relationships. Atlanta, USA, 1/8/2013.
A. Khan, J. Zolkiewski, J. Murphy Trust Development in Chinese Business Relationships - A Dynamic Perspective. Rome, Italy, 1/9/2012.
A. Khan, J. Zolkiewski, J. Murphy Renqing - The Next Chapter. Liverpool, UK, 4/4/2011.
A. Khan, J. Zolkiewski, J. Murphy Adaptation in Chinese Business Relationships. AstraZeneca Scholarship, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1/12/2009.
A. Khan, J. Zolkiewski, J. Murphy The Role of Trust, Adaptation and Dependence in Chinese Business Relationships: The Case of a Multinational Pharmaceutical. AstraZeneca, Uppsala, Sweden, 9/9/2008.
A. Khan E Challenges, Function, Content and Process in Online Health Communities: Implications for E-Health. Manchester Business School, Stockholm, Sweden, 1/4/2008.
A. Khan Internet Forums and the Negotiation of Internet Healthcare Cultures: Opportunities for Professional and Commercial Understandings. Manchester Business School, Manchester, UK, 1/4/2008.
A. Khan The Importance of Relationships in Psychic Distance. AstraZeneca Sponsorship, Manchester, UK, 9/9/2006.
A. Khan The Importance of Relationships in Psychic Distance. AstraZeneca Sponsorship, London, UK, 1/7/2006.