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Dr Radi Haloub
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Appointment
  • Associate Professor (Teaching) Programme Lead MSc Biotech and Pharmaceutical Management
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
  • School of Life & Medical Sciences
Biography

Radi got his BSc Pharmacy degree in 2000, and prior to joining the academia in 2013, he worked in a strategic planning department at an international pharmaceutical company that operates in MENA (Middle East and North Africa) countries, in addition to his last post as a Unit Head at Procter and Gamble's distributor in the Gulf. Meanwhile, he started doing MSc Marketing studies on a part-time basis and completed those in 2007.

Radi has extensive management, marketing and leadership experience, which he continuously implements to drive change and enhance performance.  Having had certificates in both natural and social sciences added to Radi's insights and ability to see various relationalities and complementarities between both worlds. As such, he progressed in his career and held various leadership and managerial positions in different countries, involving sales, marketing and logistics within the pharmaceutical sector. After that, he moved to working in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector as Head of Pharmacy Unit at Procter and Gamble's (P&G) distributor in Saudi Arabia, where he managed a team to satisfy the demands of pharmacy chains in the region. 

Research Summary

Radi’s research interests lie in the areas of general Management of pharmaceuticals, more specifically on Strategic Management and Business Ethics in Healthcare and Pharmacy Practice. He is currently looking at the impact of culture and religion on social integration of minorities in developed countries and the role of healthcare facilities, pharmaceutical companies and retail pharmacies in supporting migrants and refugees. Moreover, Radi investigates the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of pharmaceutical companies in different developing countries, such as managing waste and using renewable energy to minimize the impact on the environment. 

Radi’s work ethos has been largely inspired by Prof Ed Freeman, the father of Stakeholder Theory, whose work influenced Radi’s views and perceptions about stakeholders and ethics in business. This stimulated Radi’s PhD focus on stakeholders’ forces that influence managers’ judgements on produced forecasts in international pharmaceutical firms. His PhD won a full-tuition fee-waiver scholarship and was completed in 2013. Radi’s work is published in reputable journals including Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Management Inquiry, European Business Review, Personnel Review, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and the International Journal of Intercultural Relations. 

Radi has served the community in the UK by conducting consultancy projects with Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (CHFT), Kirklees Council, West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) and Calderdale Council. His contribution to community is acknowledged through leading projects such as; Better Future Post Covid: Empowering Communities in Wakefield Council, funded by: UK Community  Renewable Fund (UKCRF) in partnership with Wakefield Council and Spectrum People (£750k), A Better Future: Understanding Refugee Entrepreneurship, funded by: BA/Leverhulme (£6k), Sounding out refugees’ successful stories in Jordan, funded by: University Sandpit project (£14k) and Seminar collaboration with the American University of Madaba, funded by: Santander Student Mobility Funds (£5k).

Teaching Summary

Radi is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), and he has an extensive teaching experience in teaching strategic management for non-business background students. Radi was nominated a few for the Thank You Award by his students for being an inspirational lecturer and won the Dean's award in 2021. Radi was involved in launching various post-graduate multidisciplinary courses and he launched the Consultancy Route in the Business School, which has enabled impact through engagement and knowledge transfer between students, universities, communities and small businesses. 

Appointments
28-MAR-2022 Associate Professor - Biotech and Pharmaceutical Management Global Business School for Health (GBSH) UCL Population Health Sciences, United Kingdom
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