Negin Ahmadi Saber Doust

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PhD Scholar



  • Master of Marketing- QUT, Australia
  • Bachelor of Hons in Marketing – UCSI University, Malaysia
  • Diploma in TESOL – UCSI University, Malaysia
  • Diploma in Management – UCSI University, Malaysia

Research Areas:

  • Consumer Shopping Experience
  • Consumer Perceived Value
  • Green Retailing
  • Green Marketing
  • Sustainable Production

Current Research Projects:

The PhD research addresses environmental concerns in the supply chain as a collective effort with retailers, manufacturers, suppliers and logistic partners. The research will primarily examine the roles of retailers as an initiator for environmental collaboration in the supply chain. Then it will investigate the extent to which environmental collaboration impacts manufacturers, suppliers and logistic partners and their relationship quality within their supply chain.


  1. Nazem, G., & Doust, N. A. S. (2017). Exploring Medical Tourist Experiences at a Private Hospital in Malaysia: What Could Be Improved?. Geografia: Malaysian Journal of Society and Space13(2).
  2. Doust, N.A.S, Mortimer, G, Andrews, L. (2016). Examining the value of malls on shopper experiences and revisit intentions. Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference (ANZMAC), December, 2016. University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Christchurch.
  3. Migin, M., Falahat, M., & Doust, N. A. S. (2015). Determinants of Retailer’s Loyalty in the context of Malaysian Mall. Academy of International Business Southeast (AIBSE) December, 2015, USA, Savannah.