International Journal of Small Economies

an International peer-reviewed academic journal on public policy in small economies and nations, island nations and developing countries

Prof. Cameron Adam Batmanghlich

Westford University College

Professor CameronProf. Cameron A. Batmanghlich, received his PhD with DISTINCTION from School of
Management, University of Bradford (Triple Crown: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS) in ‘Corporate
Leadership and Ethics’. He was awarded his full Professorship in 2014, from four different
institutions. Professor Batmanghlich has a strong international background having lived and worked
in over eleven different countries in Europe, Asia, Middle East, South America, The Caribbean, China,
Central Asia and Africa.

Early on, Prof. Batmanghlich, made the strategic decision to pursue administrative and leadership
roles within academia instead of focusing on research. This decision was underpinned in his strong
entrepreneurial and business background having had worked as an executive and consultant over 15
years, covering many industries and markets prior to embarking on an academic career.
Yet, Prof. Batmanghlich has published articles, been a speaker at the international conferences and
co-authored books with colleagues from Latin America. Currently, Prof. Batmanghlich is working on
a new book on research methodology. His last book published by ‘Springer’ called ‘Why Leaders Fail
Ethically’ has been downloaded and sold over 8000 copies since its publication in 2015.

From Jan. 2015 to July 2016, Prof. Batmanghlich assumed the role as the Deputy Dean and Director
of the MBA Department at the Graduate School of Business – Almaty Management University (GSBAlmaU), which according to EdUniversal is ranked the Number One Business School in Central
Asia. GSB-AlmaU was the first Business School to get AMBA accreditation in Kazakhstan and start
an MBA and DBA program with over 400 MBA candidates enrolled, where Prof. Batmanghlich was
in charge of.


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