Dr. Alisher Dedahanov, PhD

Professor

Department: Business

Office: 355, Avicenna Hall

Email: a.dedahanov[at]akfauniversity.org

Resume

  • Professor at School of Business Akfa University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan August 2021 – Present

  • Professor at School of Business Administration Yeungnam University, Republic of Korea September 2014 – Present

  • Ph.D in Business Administration, Human Resource Management and Organization Studies Yeungnam University, Republic of Korea March 2010 – February 2014

  • Masters in Business Administration, Human Resource Management and Organization Studies Yeungnam University, Republic of Korea March 2007 – February 2010

  • Bachelor Degree in International Relations Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies, Uzbekistan, September 2001 – July 2005

Research Interests

  • Employee Silence

  • Employee Voice

  • Emotion Regulation Strategies

  • Abusive Supervision

  • Employee Creativity and Innovative Behavior

Teaching

  • Organization Theory and Design – Yeungnam University, Spring 2021

  • International Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Spring 2021

  • Business Communication – Yeungnam University, Fall 2020

  • Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Fall 2020

  • Human Resource Development – Yeungnam University, Fall 2020

  • Organizational Theory and Design – Yeungnam University, Spring 2020

  • Business Communication – Yeungnam University, Fall 2019

  • Introduction to Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Fall 2019

  • International Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Spring 2019

  • Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Spring 2019

  • Business Communication – Yeungnam University, Fall 2018

  • Seminar in Organizational Culture – Yeungnam University, Fall 2018

  • Introduction to Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Fall 2018

  • Business Organizations – Yeungnam University, Spring 2018

  • Introduction to Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Spring 2018

  • Business Communication – Yeungnam University, Fall 2017

  • Organization Development Theory – Yeungnam University, Fall 2017

  • Introduction to Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Fall 2017

  • Business Organizations – Yeungnam University, Spring 2017

  • Human Resource Development Theory – Yeungnam University, Spring 2017

  • Introduction to Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Spring 2017

  • Business Communication – Yeungnam University, Fall 2016

  • Introduction to Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Fall 2016

  • Business Organizations – Yeungnam University, Spring 2016

  • Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Spring 2016

  • Business Communication – Yeungnam University, Fall 2015

  • Introduction to Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Fall 2015

  • Business Organizations – Yeungnam University, Spring 2015

  • Introduction to Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Spring 2015

  • Business Communication – Yeungnam University, Fall 2014

  • Introduction to Human Resource Management – Yeungnam University, Fall 2014

  • International Business – Yeungnam University, Spring 2014

Publications

  1. Rhee, J., Dedahanov, A. and Lee, D (2014), “Relationships among Power Distance, Collec tivism, Punishment, and Acquiescent, Defensive, or Prosocial Silence”, Social Behavior and Personality, Vol. 42 No 5, pp. 705-720 (SSCI).

  1. Lee, D. and Dedahanov, A (2014), “Firm Performance and Enterpreneurial, Market and Technology Orientations in Korean Technology Intensive SMEs”, Asian Social Science, Vol. 10 No. 22, pp. 37-47.


  1. Dedahanov, A., Kim, Ch. and Rhee, J (2015), “Centralization and Communication Opportunties as Predictors of Acquiescent or Prosocial Silence”, Social Behavior and Personality, Vol. 43 No. 3, 481-492. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, T. A. and Rhee, J (2015), “Examining the Relationships among Trust, Silence and Organizational Commitment”, Management Decision, Vol. 53 No.8. pp. 18473-1857. (SSCI)


  1. Lee, D., Dedahanov, T.A. and Rhee,J. (2015), “Moderating role of External Networks and Mediating Effect of Innovation Performance on the Relationship between Technology Orientation and Firm Performance”, Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, Vol. 23 No. 3, pp. 321–334. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, T.A., Lee, D., Rhee, J. and Yusupov. S. (2015), “An Examination of the Associations among Cultural Dimensions, Relational Silence and Stress”, Personnel Review, Vol. 45 No. 3, pp. 593 – 604. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, T.A., Lee, D., Rhee, J. and Yoon, J. (2016), “ Entrepreneur’s Paternalistic Leadership Style and Creativity", Management Decision, Vol. 54, No. 9, pp. 2310 – 2324. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, T.A., Lee, D., and Rhee, J (2016), “Silence as a Mediator between Organizational Factors and Stress. Managerial Psychology”, Vol. 31, No. 8, pp.1251 – 1264. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, T.A., Lee, D., and Rhee, J (2016), “Silence as a Mediator between Organizational Factors and Stress”, Managerial Psychology, Vol. 31, No. 8, pp.1251 – 1264. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, A. T., Rhee, C., and Yoon, J. (2017), “Organizational structure and innovation performance: is employee innovative behavior a missing link?”, Career Development International, Vol. 22, No. 4, pp. 334-350. (SSCI)


  1. Rhee, J., Seog, S. D., Bozorov, F., and Dedahanov, A. T. (2017), “Organizational structure and employees' innovative behavior: The mediating role of empowerment”, Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal, Vol. 45 No. 9, pp.1523-1536. (SSCI)


  1. Yoon, J., Rhee, J., and Dedahanov, A. T. (2017), “The roles of networks among innovator s in regional innovation: comparative analysis between China and South Korea”, European Planning Studies, Vol. 25 No. 5, pp. 790-804. (SSCI)


  1. Yoon, J., Kim, K., and Dedahanov, A. (2018), “The role of international entrepreneurial or ientation in successful internationalization from the network capability perspective”, Sustainability, Vol. 10 No. 6, p 1709. (SSCI)


  1. Sun, W., Dedahanov, A. T., Shin, H. Y., and Kim, K. S. (2019), “Regional Identity’s Role in Cambodian Microfinance Adoption: Pushing, Pulling and Mooring Factors”, Asian Social Science, Vol. 15 No. 12, pp 29-37.


  1. Dedahanov, A. T., Bozorov, F., and Sung, S. (2019), “Paternalistic leadership and innovati ve behavior: Psychological empowerment as a mediator. Sustainability”, Vol. 11 No. 6, p. 1770. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, A. T., Rhee, C., and Gapurjanova, N. (2019), “Job autonomy and employee voice: is work-related self-efficacy a missing link?” Management Decision, Vol. 57 No.9, pp.2401-2413. (SSCI)


  1. Sun, W., Dedahanov, A. T., Shin, H. Y and Kim, K. S. (2019), “Extending UTAUT Theory to Compare South Korean and Chinese Institutional Investors’ Investment Decision Behavior in Cambodia: A Risk and Asset Model”, Symmetry, Vol. 11 No. 12, 1524. (SCIE)


  1. Miao, S., Komil ugli Fayzullaev, A., and Dedahanov, A. T. (2020), “Management Characteristics as Determinants of Employee Creativity: The Mediating Role of Employee Job Satisfaction”, Sustainability, Vol.12 No. 5, p.1948. (SSCI)


  1. Sun, W., Dedahanov, A. T., Shin, H. Y., and Kim, K. S. (2020), “Switching intention to crypto-currency market: Factors predisposing some individuals to risky investment”, PLOS ONE, Vol.15 No. 6, pp. 1-16.


  1. Sun, W., Dedahanov, A. T., Shin, H. Y., and Li, W. P. (2021), “Using extended complexity theory to test SMEs’ adoption of Blockchain-based loan system”, PLOS ONE, Vol. 16 No.2, pp.1-19. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, A.T., Miao, S. and Semyonov, A.A. (2021), “When does abusive supervision mitigate work effort? Moderating roles of cognitive reappraisal and rumination”, Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Vol. 42 No. 3, pp. 467479. (SSCI)


  1. Sun, W., Dedahanov, A. T., Shin, H. Y., and Ping, W. (2021), “Factors Affecting Institutional Investors to Add Crypto-currency to Asset Portfolios”, The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol.58, 101499. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, A. T., Abdurazzakov, O. S., and Sun, W. (2022), “When does abusive supervision foster ineffectual and defensive silence? Employee self-efficacy and fear as contingencies”, Sustainability, Vol. 14 No. 1, 231. (SSCI)


  1. Dedahanov, A.T., Fayzullaev, A.K.u. and Abdurazzakov, O.S. (2022), "Supervisor incivility and employee voice: the roles of cognitive reappraisal and psychological distress", Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Vol. 43 No. 5, pp. 689-704. (SSCI)


  1. Sun W, Dedahanov AT, Fayzullaev AKU and Abdurazzakov OS (2022), “Abusive supervision and employee voice: The roles of positive reappraisal and employee cynicism”, Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 13, 927948. (SSCI)


  1. An, X., Wu, B., Dedahanov, A. T., and Sun, W. (2022), “Episodes of extreme international capital inflows in emerging and developing economies: The role of global economic policy uncertainty”, PLOS ONE, Vol. 17 No 9, e0275249. (SSCI)

  2. Dedahanov, A. T., Fayzullaev, A. K. U., Abdurazzakov, O. S., Rakhmonov, D. A., and Zakirova, O. (2022), “Paternalistic Leadership Styles and Employee Voice: The Roles of Trust in Supervisors and Self-Efficacy. Sustainability”, Vol. 14 No. 19, 12805. (SSCI)

Conferences and Scientific Visits

  • The Third Asian Conference on the Social Sciences (Japan, 2012)

  • Conference on Investments and Entrepreneurship: Challenges and Prospects (Management Development Institute of Singapore in Tashkent, 2019)

  • International Conference on Humanity and Social Sciences (Thailand, 2020)

  • The Strategy of Actions of the Republic of Uzbekistan; Macroeconomic stability, investment activity and perspectives of innovative Development, Tashkent, 2021.

Projects

  • Grant, Business for University Entrepreneurship Center, funded by the Korea Small and Medium Business Administration in 2015 (Research on “Entrepreneur’s paternalistic leadership style and creativity: The mediating role of employee voice”)

  • Grant, Business for University Entrepreneurship Center, funded by the Korea Small and Medium Business Administration in 2016 (Research on “Organizational structure and innovation performance: Is employee innovative behavior a missing link?”

  • Grant, Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea and the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF-2019S1A5A8037600) (Research on “When does abusive supervisor foster employee silence? Employee self-efficacy and fear as contingencies”)