Faculty Profile

Mr. Razi Allah Lone

Teaching Fellow

Suleman Dawood School of Business

Prof. Razi Allah Lone completed his MBA from the Lahore School of Economics in 1999, and later on went to complete an MS in Information Systems degree from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2003. He also has a Masters of Arts in Muslim Cultures from the Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, Aga Khan University which he finished in 2012.

At the Suleman Dawood School of Business, he teaches Business Ethics, Logic and Critical Thinking. His research interest is in the area of Business Ethics and Islam. 

      • ul-Haq, S., Lone, R. & Ashraf, N. (2020). The processes of capitalistic co-optation: An example from the Islamic banking industry. Organization: the critical journal of organization, theory and society, doi:https://doi.org/10.1177/1350508420939245.

      • Allah Lone, R. & Zahid, A. (In Press 2019). Half a Loaf for the Destitute. Asian Journal of Management Cases.

      • Zahid, A. & Lone, R. (2017). A Tale of Two Moralities. Asian Journal of Management Cases.

      • Lone, R. & Zahid, A. (2018). Accepting a Bribe to Help the Needy: A Manager's Dilemma, Published. CRC # 24-003-2018-1, Case Research Center, LUMS.

      • Lone, R. (2021). Islamic Ethics and Business in the Postcolonial World, Accepted. Managing the Post-Colony: Focus on South Asia - Ways of Organising, Managing and Living.

      • Lone, R.

      • Ul-Haq, S. & Lone, R. (2016). Imam Ghazali and the Re-Enchantment of Organization Studies. Islamic Finance, Banking and Business Ethics Global Conference, Lahore, Pakistan.

      • Allah Lone, R. & Zaheer, K. (2005). What is Riba? A Critical Evaluation of its Understanding. 3rd International Islamic Banking and Finance Conference.