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First Qatari student to obtain Ph.D. in Management Sciences from QU | Qatar University

First Qatari student to obtain Ph.D. in Management Sciences from QU

2020-10-05

Qatar University’s College of Business and Economics discussed the thesis of Qatari student Maryam Al-Nuaimi under the title: “The Role of Supply Chain Flexibility in its Restructuring and Application in the Economy of the State of Qatar.”
This research thesis is the first of the dissertations of the doctoral program at the College of Business and Economics at QU. The program was launched in September 2016. Maryam focused her research on resilience management issues and how to reshape supply chains under the influence of economic and political risks.
The research results of this thesis showed how to improve and understand the variables that affect the flexibility of supply chains, to facilitate companies that can reduce the risks and costs related to the interruption of supply chains. This research has concluded that participation, revenues, and visibility are the most important variables that affect the reshaping of supply chains. The student applied the results of her research to local companies operating in Qatar.
Maryam Saad Al-Nuaimi offered praise and thanked Allah, who blessed her with completing her doctoral studies in the State of Qatar, after years of effort and perseverance. She also thanked QU and the College of Business and Economics on the occasion of discussing the Ph.D. thesis as the first Qatari student to obtain in Management Sciences, then thanked both Deans, Prof. Adam Mohamed Ali Fadlalla, Acting Dean of College of Business and Economics, Belaid Aouni, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies at the College of Business and Economics and lastly the supervisor of the thesis Prof. Dr. Muhammad Nashat and Prof Dr. Rana Subuh for their support throughout the past years.
She said: "I dedicate this degree to my dear father, who has always encouraged me to continue my studies and my mother, who overwhelmed me with her constant love for me."