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Hany Nasr Eldin

Basic information

Name : Hany Nasr Eldin
Title: Lecturer
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Personal Info: Assistant Professor of Accounting at Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration

Education

Certificate Major University Year
PhD Management sciences Caen University 2010
Diploma Enterprise administration institute Caen University 1999
Masters International business law Cairo University 1996
Bachelor accounting cairo 1991

Teaching Experience

Name of Organization Position From Date To Date
French University in Egypt Assistant Professor 01/10/2006 01/09/2013
Orleans University _ France Teaching Assistant 01/01/2002 01/01/2004

Researches /Publications

The Impact of Country-of Origin and Ethnocentrism on Product Evaluation in Egypt - 01/1

HANY ABDELMONEM ABDELHAKEM NASRELDIN

Asmaa Alhassan

01/10/2017

This study aims to examine the effects of Country of Origin (COO) and Consumer Ethnocentrism (CE) on product evaluation in Egypt. For this purpose, the authors selected two tea products, one locally produced and the other imported from Britain. Data were collected from citizens living in Cairo and its suburbs during May-June 2017 and entered into SPSS 20 program. First, the authors verified the internal consistency of study constructs by applying a reliability test (Cronbach's alpha) and described the socio-demographic profile of the sample. Then, the authors used many statistical technics to analyze data such as paired samples t-test and factor analysis. Finally, linear regression was used to test the research hypotheses. Although many previous studies have confirmed that COO is a tridimensional concept: cognitive, affective and conative, our study showed that Egyptians aggregate these three components to configure a general judgment of imported product country. Then, COO can be used as a predictor of imported product quality. Our study also proved that Egyptians, despite their strong ethnocentrism, measured by CETSCALE, base their evaluation of the domestic product on factors such as: price, familiarity and convenience. The choice of imported product is based on other factors such as: health, natural content, mood, ethical concerns and sensory appeal.

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Awards

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