د. إعجاز الرحمن

رئيس قسم برامج البكالوريوس
Prof. Amjad D. Al Nasser

042338069

ijaz.urrehman@afu.ac.ae

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سيرة ذاتية مختصرة

Dr. Rehman received his Ph.D. in Finance from University of Malaya in Malaysia where he is also a recipient of Bright Sparks Scholarship from University of Malaya Bright Sparks Scheme (SBSUM). Dr. Rehman taught Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses, supervised theses and projects and counseled students in quantitative analysis and publications. He has numerous refereed publications, presented in distinguished conferences and attended a number of seminars, workshops and professional development trainings.

Academic Profile

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Rehman received his Ph.D. in Finance from University of Malaya in Malaysia where he is also a recipient of Bright Sparks Scholarship from University of Malaya Bright Sparks Scheme (SBSUM). Dr. Rehman taught Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses, supervised theses and projects and counseled students in quantitative analysis and publications. He has numerous refereed publications, presented in distinguished conferences and attended a number of seminars, workshops and professional development trainings.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Finance& Banking

University of Malaya, Malaysia

MS- Management Sciences (Maj. Finance)

SZABIST Islamabad, Pakistan 

MSc Economics and Finance

International Islamic University, Pakistan 

Bachelor (Hons) in Economics

University of Peshawar, Pakistan 

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Bright Sparks Scholarship, University of Malaya Bright Sparks Scheme (SBSUM), 2012- 2015 

ADMINISTRATIVE AND ACADEMIC ROLES

  • Head, BA Program

  • Assistant Professor, College of Business Administration

  • Member, Quality Assurance Committee for Academic Affairs

  • Member, Scientific Research and Conferences Committee

TEACHING

  • Managerial Finance (0503201)

  • Principles of Microeconomics (0509210)

  • Managerial Economics (0509610)

Scientific Research

Scopus Documents


RESEARCH INTEREST

  • Macro-Financial Linkages 

  • Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance

  • Stock Market Liquidity

  • Corporate Social Responsibility as a Corporate Governance Mechanism  

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

2019

  • The Effect of Monetary and Fiscal Policy on Bond Mutual Funds and Stock Market: An International Comparison, Emerging Markets Trade and Finance, 55 (13), 3112-3130, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group (With Qureshi, F., Khan, H.H., Qureshi, S., Ghafoor, A.)

  • Mutual fund flows and Investors’ expectations in BRICS economies: Implications for international diversification, ,  Economic Systems,43(1), 130-150 , Elsevier BV, North Holland ( With Qureshi, F., Khan, H.H., Qureshi, S., Ghafoor, A)

  • Financial Reporting Quality, Family Ownership, and Investment Efficiency: An Empirical Investigation, Managerial Finance, 45(4), 513-535, Emerald Publisher, (With Shahzad, F. and Colombage, S.)

2018

  • The Role of Banking Market Structure and Financial Development in the Growth of Financially Dependent Industries: Fresh Evidence from China,Global Economic Review, 47 (2), 108-134  Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, (With Khan, H.H, Qureshi,F and Ghafoor, A)

  • Does Gold act as a Safe haven against Exchange Rate Fluctuations? The case of Pakistan Rupee, Journal of Policy Modeling,40(4),685-708, Elsevier BV, North Holland (with Quershi,F and Quershi, S)

  • Does Family Control Explain why Corporate Social Responsibility Affects Investment Efficiency? Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 25(5) 880-888, John Wiley & Sons (With Shahzad, F, Nawaz, F. and Nawab,N.)

2017

  • Stocks as Hedge against Inflation in Pakistan: Evidence from ARDL Approach,Global Business Review, 17(6)1280-1295, Sage Publications, London UK (with Shahbaz, M and Islam, F.)

  • Exchange Rate Risk and the bilateral trade between Malaysia – Singapore, Studies in Economics and Finance,34 (3), 407-426  Emerald Group Publishing, UK (with Aftab, M.) 

  • Consumer Confidence and Sectoral Stock Returns in China: Evidence from Multi- Resolution Wavelet and Granger Coherence, International Journal of Business and Society, 18(S3), 479-502, University Sarwak Malaysia (With Al Barguthi,S. Qureshi,F, Qureshi, S. and Shahzad, F)

2016

  • Testing the Efficiency of ASE by the Two Step Regression Based Technique, the Johansen Multivariate  Technique Cointegration, and Granger Causality, Electronic Journal of Applied Statistical Analysis, 9 (3), Università Del Salento, Itlay (With, Al Barghouthi,S., Rawashdeh,G.),

  • Is the Relationship between Macroeconomy and Stock Market liquidity Mutually Reinforcing? Evidence from an Emerging Market,, International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, 9(3) Inderscience Publisher Switzerland (With Mahdzan, N. S.A, and Zainudin, R.)

  • Macroeconomic Determinants of Stock Market Capitalization in an Emerging Market: Fresh evidence from Cointegration with Unknown Structural Breaks, Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, 9 (1), 75-99 Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, (With Shahbaz, M and Afza, T.)

2015

  • On the Linkages between Exchange Rate, Inflation and Interest Rate in Malaysia: Evidence from Autoregressive Distributed Lag Modeling, Pakistan Journal of Statistics 31(50), 609-622 (With Aftab, M.) 

  • Revisiting Linkages between Financial Development, Trade Openness and Economic growth in South Africa: Fresh evidence from Combined Integration Test, Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology, 49 (2), 785-803. Springer Netherlands (With, Polat, A. Shahbaz, M. Sati, S, L.) 

  • Re-Visiting Financial Development and Economic Growth Nexus: The Role of Capitalization in Bangladesh, South African Journal of Economics, 83(3), 452-471, John Wiley & Sons, (With Shahbaz, M and Muzzafar, T, A.) 

2014

  • Is Gold Investment a Hedge against Inflation in Pakistan? A Co-integration and Causality Analysis in the Presence of Structural Breaks, The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 28 (c),190-205, Elsevier BV, North Holland (With Shahbaz, M. Ali, I. and Tahir, M.) 

  • The Economic Consequences of Mandatory IFRS Reporting: Emerging Market Perspective,Engineering Economics, 25(4), 401–409, Kaunas University of Technology (With Shahzad, F.)

  • Linkages between Income Inequality, International Remittances and Economic Growth in Pakistan,Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology, 48 (3),1511-1535, Springer Netherlands (With Shahbaz, M. and Mahdzan, N. S.A) 

2013

  • On the Causal Chain of Economic Freedom and Stock Market Development in Malaysia: Structural Equation Modeling Approach, Actual Problems of Economics 8(146), 351-362, National Academy of Management (With, Polat, A and Sati, S, L.) 

2012

  • Exploring the Nexus: Stock Market, T. Bills, Inflation, Interest Rate and Exchange Rate,Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, 4(7), 384-389, International Foundation for Research and Development (With Sajjad, S, I., Shafi, H., Jan, S U. Saddat, M) 

  • Investment Appraisal Techniques and Constraints on Capital Investment,Actual Problem of Economics 2(4) (2012), 27-33, National Academy of Management (With Hunjra, A, I. Batool, I., Niaza, S, K.) 

2011

  • The Dividend Policy in Manufacturing Sector of Pakistan: The Perception of Corporate Managers,Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, 3(1), 220-6140, International Foundation for Research and Development (With Haleem, F. and Javed, Y,A) 

 

 

 

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