Profile of Dr. Muhammad Shoeb-Ur-Rahman

Profile of Dr. Muhammad Shoeb-Ur-Rahman

Dr. Muhammad Shoeb-Ur-Rahman
Associate Professor
Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management
Faculty of Business Studies
Email: shoeb.rahman@du.ac.bd
Phone: +8801736107010
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Short Biography:

Dr Muhammad Shoeb-Ur-Rahman is an Associate Professor of Tourism and Hospitality Management at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He holds a PhD in Tourism Management from Lincoln University, New Zealand and MBA in Tourism and Hospitality Management from University of Dhaka. His research interests include sustainable tourism, tourism management, tourism planning and policies, tourism governance, crisis and resilience in tourism systems, and destination development. Dr Rahman has presented his papers in reputed international tourism conferences and published 15 refereed papers and nine book chapters. He also co-edited a book entitled "Tourism Policy and Planning in Bangladesh" (Springer, 2020). He is a regular reviewer of a few national and international academic (tourism and hospitality) journals.

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2667-4794

Degree Name Group/Major Subject Board/Institute Country Passing Year
Ph.D. Tourism Management Lincoln University New Zealand 2019
Masters Tourism and Hospitality Management University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2008
Bachelor Management Studies University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2007
Award Type Award Title Year Country Description
International Deans List 2019 New Zealand My Doctoral thesis was ticked for 'Deans List'.
International ESD Research Writing Awards 2018 New Zealand I received 'ESD Research Writing Awards' for preparing a journal paper. The Award was given by Faculty of Environment, Society and Design, Lincoln University.
International NZ Commonwealth Scholarship 2014 2015 New Zealand I pursued my Doctoral study at LU being funded by NZ Aid. The fund was administered by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) while the Award was named for NZ Commonwealth Scholarship 2014.
Research Interest
Subject Description
Tourism Studies

Crisis and Resilience in Tourism Systems, Destination Development, Sociology of Tourism, Sustainable Tourism, Tourism Governance, Tourism Management, and Tourism Policy

Project/Research Supervision
Level of Study Title Supervisor Co-Supervisor(s) Name of Student(s) Area of Research Current Completion
Other Exploring Rural Tourism Assessment Framework: A Destination Study of Saturia, Manikganj Muhammad Shoeb-Ur-Rahman Asmaul Husna Megha Rural Tourism, Sustainable Tourism, Culture and Heritage Tourism 2019
Other Social Capital in Community-Based Tourism: The Case of Subsistent Communities in Sundarbans Muhammad Shoeb-Ur-Rahman Silvi Azad

Social Capital, Community-Based Tourism, Sustainable Tourism

Project/Research Work
Subject Project Name Source of Fund From Date To Date Collaboration
Co-editing a Book Tourism Policy and Planning in Bangladesh To be published in 2020 by Springer
Invited Talk
SL Invited Talk
1

Conducted a five-day Lecture series being invited by L'école de management de l'Université Toulouse (Toulouse School of Management; University of Toulouse), France in December 2014. The Lectures were designed focusing the concepts, principles, and practices of sustainable tourism development and management.

SL Collaboration & Membership Name Type Membership Year Membership Expire Year
No Collaboration & Membership is found
Title Organization Location From Date To Date Description
Associate Professor University of Dhaka Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh 30-12-2020 Currently Working

Taking courses, evaluating students, attending meetings, conducting research and any other duties as assigned by the Department Chair and Faculty Dean.

Assistant House Tutor Kabi Jasimuddin Hall, DU Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh 11-04-2019 Currently Working Job related to 'Hall-Administration' under the authority of Hall Provost and University Central Administration.
Assistant Professor University of Dhaka Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh 15-12-2015 29-12-2020

Taking courses, evaluating students, attending meetings, conducting research and any other duties as assigned by the Department Chair and Faculty Dean.

Lecturer University of Dhaka Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh 16-03-2013 14-12-2015 Taking courses, evaluating students, attending meetings, conducting research and any other duties as assigned by the Department Chair and Faculty Dean.
Lecturer and Program Coordinator of BBA Program Green University of Bangladesh 220/D Begum Rokeya Sarani, Dhaka 1207 20-05-2011 15-03-2013 Preparing and delivering class lectures; Evaluating students; Attending meetings to formulate and implement policies/plans; Conducting research works; Taking each and every step to run the BBA Program smoothly.
Book
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Rahman, M. S-. U-. and Hassan, Azizul Tourism Policy and Planning in Bangladesh. Springer Singapore, 2020 .
Book Section
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Rahman, N. A. A., Rahman, M. S-. U-. and Hassan, A. "Tourism and Air Transport Sustainability in Bangladesh: The Role of Technology (Chapter 3)." Tourism Marketing in Bangladesh: An Introduction. A. Hassan Oxon, UK: Routledge, 2020 .
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Suchana, J. J., Uchinlayen. and Rahman, M. S-. U-. "Existing Tourism Products and Service Offers in Bangladesh (Chapter 2)." Tourism Marketing in Bangladesh: An Introduction. A. Hassan Oxon: UK: Routledge, 2020 .
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Rahman, M. S-. U-, Kabir, K. and Hassan, A. "Tourism events in South Asia: Brief profiling of cultural celebrations." Tourism Events in Asia. A. Hassan & A. Sharma (Eds.) Oxon, UK: Routledge, 2019 20-35 .
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Hassan, A., Ahamed, M. U. and Rahman, M. S-. U-. "The development, nature, and impact of medical tourism in Bangladesh." Current issues and emerging trends in medical tourism. M. Cooper, K. Vafadari & M. Hieda (Eds) Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global, 2015 294-309 .
Journal Article
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Rahman, M. S-. U-., Simmons, D. G., Shone, M. C. and Ratna, N. N. : Social and cultural capitals in tourism resource governance: the essential lenses for community focussed co-management, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, (impact factor:3.986 (2019)) pp.Epub ahead of print., 2021 .
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Hoque, M. A., Faisal, A. and Rahman, M. S-. U- : Destination repurposed: transformative impacts of refugee crisis, Tourism Recreation Research, 2021 .
3
Rahman, M. S-. U-., Muneem, A. A. and Wahab, K. : The role of media on tourists’ post-trip behavioural intentions: A Bangladesh perspective, Jagannath University Journal of Business Studies, vol.8, no.1 & 2 pp.121-136, 2020 .
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Rahman, M. S-. U-., Simmons, D. G., Shone, M. and Ratna, N. : Co-management of capitals for community wellbeing and sustainable tourism development: A conceptual framework, Tourism Planning & Development, (impact factor:'B' Ranked in ABDC Ranking and Q2 in Scimago Ranking) vol.17, no.2 pp.225-236, 2020 .
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Rahman, M. S-. U-., Muneem, A. A., Avi, M. A. R. and Sobhan, S. : Can rural tourism promote sustainable development goals? Scoping rural tourism prospects in rustic Bangladesh, Rajshahi University Journal of Business Studies, vol.11, no.1 pp.131-144, 2018 .
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Hoque, M. A., Ara, E. and Rahman, M. S-. U-. : Forest-based tourism in Bangladesh: Challenges unveiled for the Sundarbans, European Journal of Business and Management, (impact factor:The IC Impact factor value of this journal is 7.17) vol.10, no.36 pp.97-107, 2018 .
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Kamruzzaman, M. and Rahman, M. S-. U-. : Generic perceptibility on SERVQUAL dimension: A study on the behavioral aptitude of tourists on the service quality of the Guide Tours Limited, Journal of Business Studies, vol.XXXVIII, no.1 pp.135-149, 2017 .
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Rahman, M. S-. U-., Rahman, M. I. -U. and Hossain, M. S. : Education in Emergency: A Climate Change Adaptation Agendum Towards The Socio-Economic Propagation of Bangladesh, Analele UniversităŃii din Oradea – Seria Geografie, Romania, vol.XXIII, no.1 pp.55-61, 2013 .
9
Rahman, M. S-. U-. and Hossain, M. S. : Foreign direct investment and employment generation for host country: An analysis on service sector of Bangladesh., Business Review Bangladesh., vol.1, no.1 pp.135-157., 2012. .
10
Hasan, M. M., Julia, T. and Rahman, M. S-. U-. : An emerging consensus on green economics: Lessons for Bangladesh, Business Review Bangladesh, vol.1, no.1 pp.31-49, 2012 .
11
Murad, M. W., Hasan, M. M., Rahman, M. S-. U-. and Alam, M. M. : An examination of Malaysia’s structural breaks vis-à-vis Japan and the USA, Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences, Johar Educational Society, vol.6, no.2 pp.231-241, 2012 .
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Hasan, M. M., Rahman, M. S-. U-. and Julia, T. : Development of the underprivileged youth entrepreneurs: Issues and policy support, Bangladesh Research Foundation Journal, vol.1, no.1 pp.189-196, 2012 .
13
Murad, M. W., Hasan, M. M. and Rahman, M. S-. U-. : Relationship between personality traits of the urban poor concerning solid waste management and household income and education, Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems, Scientific Journal of Croatian Interdisciplinary Society, vol.10, no.2 pp.174-192, 2012 .
14
Julia, T., Hasan, M. M. and Rahman, M. S-. U-. : Solar energy: The most promising alternative to mitigate power emergency of Bangladesh, Green University Review, Bangladesh, vol.3, no.2 pp.43-52, 2012 .
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Rahman, M. S-. U-. and Shahid, R. B. : A growing dilemma of tourism diffusion and sustainability: Wows and woes for Bangladesh eco-tourism!, UTMS Journal of Economics, vol.3, no.1 pp.57-69, 2012 .
Conference Proceedings
1
Rahman, M. S-. U-. "Reviewing the National Tourism Policy of Bangladesh: Scoping the Significance of a Distinct Destination." Philippine Research Conference on Tourism and Hospitality (PRCTH) 2019 Manila: 2019 .
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Faisal, A., Hoque, M. A. and Rahman, M. S-. U-. "Crisis of belongings and resilience of a host community: Tale of a disrupted visitor economy." 2018 DevNet Conference: Disruption and Renewal Christchurch, New Zealand: University of Canterbury, 2018 .
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Rahman, M. S-. U-., Simmons, D. G., Shone, M. C. and Ratna, N. "Proposing a framework to address sustainable tourism development and community wellbeing: A direction to fieldwork." 27th Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) Annual Conference , pp. 438-448. Dunedin, New Zealand: Department of Tourism, University of Otago, 2017 .