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Petticrew, Mark; Lee, Kelley; Ali, Haider and Nakkash, Rima (2015). “Fighting a Hurricane”: Tobacco Industry Efforts to Counter the Perceived Threat of Islam. American Journal of Public Health, 105(6) pp. 1086–1093.

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Lindridge, Andrew; McGaskill, Susan; Ali, Haider; Holme, Ingrid and Eadie, Douglas (2010). Children’s oral health services and socio-economic deprivation: theory of reasoned action in social marketing. In: 39th EMAC Conference, 01-04 Jun 2010, Copenhagen.

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Zaidi, Qaim; Govindji, Azmina and Ali, Haider (2008). Social Cooking Project. Food Standards Agency, London.

Ali, Haider (2008). Social marketing to a minority community – developing communication narratives that resonate. In: Global Marketing Conference, 20-23 Mar 2008, Shanghai, China.

Michaelidou, Nina; Dibb, Sally and Ali, Haider (2008). The effect of health, cosmetic and social antismoking information themes on adolescents’ beliefs about smoking. International Journal of Advertising, 27(2) pp. 235–250.

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Ali, Haider (2001). Planning for the market. In: Francis, G. and Bowerman, M. eds. Budgeting. Buckingham, UK: Open University.

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Ali, Haider and Birley, Sue (1999). Integrating deductive and inductive approaches in a study of new ventures and customer perceived risk. Qualitative Market Research: an international journal, 2(2) pp. 103–110.

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Ali, Haider and Birley, Sue (1998). The role of trust in the marketing activities of entrepreneurs establishing new ventures. Journal of Marketing Management, 14(7) pp. 749–763.

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Ali, Haider (1995). Gateways to market entry. Journal of Entrepreneurship, 4(1) pp. 49–69.

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Ali, Haider (1994). The value of trust in service sector marketing. In: Armistead, Colin ed. The Future of Services Management. London, UK: Kogan Page.

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