Hadi joined the DeGroote PhD program in September 2012. His research interests lie in the area of Inter-organizational relationships in marketing, innovation and new product development, and issues regarding structure, strategy, and performance of innovation alliances.
Supervisor: Devashish Pujari
- M.B.A., Multimedia University, Malaysia
- M.Sc., Electrical Engineering, Azad University (Yazd), Iran
- Teaching Intro to Marketing (2MA3) course – Summer 2015 (Evaluation: 9/10)
- Research assistant (funded by ‘Ontario Research Fund – Research Excellence’)
Teaching assistant and tutoring in:
- Applied Marketing (3MC3)
- Marketing Research (3MA3)
- Business Marketing (4MD3)
- Sustainability and CSR (M751)
- Marketing Concepts and Applications (M600)
Hadi serves as an ad hoc reviewer in Industrial Marketing Management. He is also an ad hoc reviewer in Product Development and Management Association (PDMA). Prior to pursuing his PhD degree, Hadi worked as an electrical project supervisor as well as with a project management system (PMS) in Iran. Hadi is also a Business School Faculty Representative Candidate (FRC) in the Graduate Student Association (GSA).
Hadi has been awarded the School of Graduate Studies International Excellence Award and the DeGroote School of Business Entrance Scholarship from McMaster University. He was presented with the Best Student Paper Award in the Tourism and Sport Management Division at ASAC 2014. Hadi was also awarded the International Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) (2015-2016). Additional awards include:
- Award: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) 2016-2017
- Award and certificate: 2015 Keith Leppmann Teaching Assistance Excellence Award – Winner
- Certificate: 2016 Keith Leppmann Teaching Assistance Excellence Award – Nominated
Eslaminosratabadi, H. (2014). An Investigation on Green Attitudes and Demographics: Understanding the Intention of International Tourists in Malaysia to Pay a Premium for Green Hotels. European Journal of Tourism Research, 7(1), 92-108.
Eslaminosratabadi, H. (2014, May). Understanding the Readiness of Hotel Customers to Go Green: An Investigation of Green Attitudes and Intentions of Foreign Hotel Guests to Malaysia. In A. Al Ghamdi (Eds.), Tourism and Sport Management. Paper presented at ASAC, Muskoka, Ontario, 9‐13 May, Volume 35, No. 2, 2014 (pp. 15-56). (Best Student Paper Award)
Eslaminosratabadi, H., Salimi, M., Ibragimov, G., Amini, M. (2013). An Evasion Game Model for Duopoly Competition. Journal of Social Science & Humanities, 21(3), 1083-1091.
Chiu, R., Sharih, S., Eslaminosratabadi, H., Schat, A. Fighting for Satisfaction: Pathways to Customer Hostility in Service Encounters, Complete working paper to be submitted to Journal of Business Ethics.
Eslaminosratabadi, H., Kacker, M., & Hibbard, J. (2014, July). Attributions of Causality for Destructive Acts in Distribution Channels. Paper presented at 2014 Summer Marketing Educators’ Conference: Leveraging New Technologies to Create Value for Customers and Firms, San Francisco, California, USA.
Eslaminosratabadi, H., Kacker, M., & Hibbard, J. (2014, July). Attributions of Causality for Destructive Acts in Distribution Channels. Paper presented at ISBM Academic Conference 2014: Advances in Business-to-Business Marketing Conference Schedule, San Francisco, California, USA.
Eslaminosratabadi, H., Pujari, A. “Product Portfolio Management through Alliance Portfolio: A Combined Perspective, presented at 2015 Empirical and Theoretical Symposium in Marketing Strategy, Rottman School of Management, Toronto, Canada, June 05, 2015.
Antecedents of Locus of Causality Attributions for Destructive Acts in Distribution Channels: The Role of Power
Role of Relational and Non-relational Governance Structures in Innovation and New Product Development Alliances
Benevolent Dictatorship: Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Relationships Between Firms Involved in Innovation and New Product Development Alliances
Customer Hostility During Service Encounters: A Model of Antecedents and Consequences