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Dr. Nader Ale Ebrahim
Research Fellow, Research Support Unit, IPPP, University of
Malaya
Technology
management – Virtual R&D teams – New product development – Research tools – Publication Marketing 
Verified email at siswa.um.edu.my
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Citation indices

All Since 2008
Citations 355 354
h-index 10 10
i10-index 10 10
 

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Title / Author Cited by Year
Virtual teams: A literature review
N Ale Ebrahim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 3 (3), 2653-2669
74 2009
Virtual R&D teams in small and medium enterprises: A literature review
N Ale Ebrahim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
Scientific Research and Essays 4 (13), 1575-1590
60 2009
Virtual teams for new product development–an innovative experience for R&D engineers
NA Ebrahim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
European Journal of Educational Studies 1 (3), 109-123
15 2009
Virtual R&D teams and SMEs growth: A comparative study between Iranian and Malaysian SMEs
N Ale Ebrahim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
African Journal of Business Management 4 (11), 2368-2379
14 2010
Critical factors for new product developments in SMEs virtual team
N Ale Ebrahim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
African Journal of Business Management 4 (11), 2247-2257
13 2010
Innovation and R&D activities in virtual team
N Ale Ebrahim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
13 2009
The effectiveness of virtual R&D Teams in SMEs: experiences of Malaysian SMEs
N Ale Ebrahim, A Rashid, S Hanim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
Industrial Engineering and Management Systems 10 (2), 109-114
12 2011
SMEs; Virtual research and development (R&D) teams and new product development: A literature review
NA Ebrahim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
International Journal of the Physical Sciences 5 (7), 916-930
12 2010
A comparison between two main academic literature collections: Web of Science and Scopus databases
A Aghaei Chadegani, H Salehi, M Md Yunus, H Farhadi, M Fooladi, M Farhadi, N …
Asian Social Science 9 (5), 18-26
10 2013
Modified stage-gate: A conceptual model of virtual product development process
N Ale Ebrahim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
African Journal of Marketing Management 1 (9), 211-219
10 2009
Does Criticism Overcome the Praises of Journal Impact Factor?
M Fooladi, H Salehi, M Md Yunus, M Farhadi, A Aghaei Chadegani, H Farhadi, N …
Asian Social Science 9 (5), 176-182
8 2013
The Effective Use of Research Tools Box
N ALE EBRAHIM
 6  2012
How to Conduct a Literature Review
N Ale Ebrahim
6 2011
Research Tools I & II
N ALE EBRAHIM
6 2010
Target ISI Journals-HOW TO WRITE/PUBLISH ISI PAPERS
N Ale Ebrahim
Research Tools in Education Series 1 (1), 1-102
6 2010
The Effective Use of Research Tools Box
N Ale Ebrahim
Research Tools in Education Series 1 (2), 1-272
6
The effective use of research tools and resources.[Presentation material]
N Ale Ebrahim
5 2013
Does it matter which citation tool is used to compare the h-index of a group of highly cited researchers?
N Ale Ebrahim, H Farhadi, H Salehi, M Md Yunus, A Aghaei Chadegani, M …
Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 7 (4), 198-202
5 2013
Virtual R&D Teams: A potential growth of education-industry collaboration
N Ale Ebrahim, S Ahmed, A Rashid, S Hanim, Z Taha
5 2010
A conceptual model of virtual product development process
N Ale Ebrahim, S Ahmed, Z Taha
5 2009

About Nader Ale Ebrahim

Nader Ale Ebrahim has Technology Management PhD degree from the Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya. He holds a Master of Science in the mechanical engineering from University of Tehran with distinguished honors, as well as more than 17 years experience in the establishing R&D department in different companies, project director and project coordinator and Knowledge based system implemented in R&D department. His current research interests are focused on managing virtual new product development teams in SMEs R&D centers. His papers/articles have presented in the several Journals and conferences. Nader Ale Ebrahim is worldwide well-known as the founder of “Research Tools” Box. "Research Tools" box is designed to help students who seek to reduce the search time by expanding the knowledge of researchers to more effectively use the "tools" that are available through the Net.
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