If you find our work useful, please ensure you give us credit where credit is due
- At Tahseen Consulting, one of our fundamental values is sharing our research with businesses, civil society, and governments so that we all learn and work together
- Occasionally we publish articles that are so compelling that others “borrow” word-for-word from our work without proper citation or attribution
At Tahseen Consulting our core values reflect our organizational culture and guide our decision-making and interactions. One of our fundamental values is sharing our research with funders, businesses, educational institutions, community organizations, governments, and others through agenda-setting applied research so that we all learn and work together.
Our research and insights have been featured in 40+ prominent publications and cited by several international organizations such as the New York Times, Forbes, World Bank. UN, OECD, European Investment Bank, and the Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation.
Occasionally we publish articles that are so compelling that others “borrow” word-for-word from our work without proper citation or attribution. This was the case with a recent article that appeared in a prominent academic journal that “borrowed” largely upon the findings of Tahseen Consulting’s research on knowledge economy transitions in the Arab World but failed to acknowledge our work. The article has since been retracted.
While imitation may be the highest form of praise, even if some people neglect proper attribution, it is clear we have reached an important milestone of success.
However, if you find our work useful, please ensure you give us credit where credit is due.
You can read our article The Knowledge-based Economy and the Arab Dream: What Happened? below as well as explore our cutting-edge work on Arab knowledge economies on our Insights page.