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Al Mamun (On Leave)

Assistant Professor
Department of Business Administration

  • Ph.D in Finance (La Trobe University, Australia)
  • MBA in Finance & HRM (Victoria University, Australia)
  • MBA in Finance (University of Dhaka)
  • BBA in Finance (University of Dhaka)

Member, American Finance Association

Member, American Economic Association

Associate Member, CPA Australia.

Corporate Finance.

Corporate Goverance.

Financial Economics.

Growth Theories.

Labor Economics.

Market Crash.

Journal Publication

International:
  1. Puwanenthiren, P., Dang, M., Henry, D., Puwanenthiren, P., & Al Mamun, M. (2018). Does managerial ability matter for the choice of seasoned equity offerings?. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance.
  2. Yoon, S. M., Al Mamun, M., Uddin, G. S., & Kang, S. H. (2018). Network connectedness and net spillover between financial and commodity markets. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance.
  3. Malik, M., Al Mamun, M., & Amin, A. (2018). Peer pressure, CSR spending, and long-term financial performance. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 1-20.
  4. Al Mamun, M., Sohag, K., Shahbaz, M., & Hammoudeh, S. (2018). Financial markets, innovations and cleaner energy production in OECD countries. Energy Economics72, 236-254.
  5. Malik, M., Al Mamun, M., & Amin, A. (2018). Peer pressure, CSR spending, and long-term financial performance. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 1-20.
  6. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2017). Resource, governance, and growth. Economic Modelling. 63: 238–261. 5-year IF 1.046.
  7. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2017). Sectoral output, energy use, and CO2 emission in middle-income countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 5-year IF 2.74.  DOI 10.1007/s11356-017-8599-z
  8. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2016). Managing the future megacity: an appraisal of knowledge about energy challenges and energy-saving attitudes among households in Dhaka. International Journal of Sustainable Energy35(7), 701-721. IF 0.37.
  9. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2016). Does remittance fuel labor productivity in Bangladesh? The application of an asymmetric non-linear ARDL approach. Applied Economics, 1-17. ISI IF 0.518.
  10. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2016). Revisiting the dynamic linkage between FDI and economic development in LDCs. International Journal of Economic Policies in Emerging Economies, 08(02): 97-118. 5-year IF 0.228. DOI: 10.1504/IJEPEE.2015.069591
  11. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2015). Remittance and domestic labor productivity: evidence from remittance recipient countries. Economic Modelling,47: 207-218. 5-year IF 1.046.
  12. Al Mamun, Md, et al. M., (2015). Are investors rational, irrational or normal? Journal of Economic & Financial Studies3(04): 01-15.
  13. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2014). Dynamic linkages between diffusion of Information Communication Technology and labor productivity in South Asia.  Applied Economics, 46(26): 3246-3260. ISI IF 0.518.
  14. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2014). Regional differences in the dynamic linkage between CO2 emissions, sectoral output, and economic growth. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 38, 1-11. 5-year IF 7.445.
  15. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2013). The effect of macroeconomic and market specific dynamics on stock market development in global growth generator countries. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 03(09):1152-1169. RePEc IF23.
  16. Al Mamun, Md. et al. (2013). A panel analysis of the financial determinants of CSR in Bangladeshi banking industry. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 03(05):560-578. RePEc IF23.
  17. Al Mamun, Md. et al. (2013). Digital divide and its impact on economic growth in SAARC countries. International Journal of Applied Research in Business Administration and Economics, 02(02): 14 – 26.
  18. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2012). Origin of and solution to global financial meltdown: an Islamic view. International Journal of Business and Management, 07(12): 115-129.
  19. Laila Zaman, Farida Yasmeen, and Al Mamun, Md (2012). An Assessment of Fashionable Management Concepts’ Awareness Level amongst Bangladeshi Managers Move towards Knowledge Economy. IJAR-BAE, 02(01): 40 – 50.
  20. Al Mamun, Md, (2012). Towards universal banking: a study of Bangladeshi private commercial banks. International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT and Management, 02(05): 2231– 4245.
National:
  1. Al Mamun,, et al. (2003). Is beta the panacea for security valuation?” Journal of the Cost and Management, 40 (03): 38-44.
  2. Al Mamun,, (1999). Critiques of democratic control as a mode of market coordination. The Horizon, 04(09): 42-45.

Conference & Seminars

Publications will be here.

Other

Publications will be here.

+ Academic Background
  • Ph.D in Finance (La Trobe University, Australia)
  • MBA in Finance & HRM (Victoria University, Australia)
  • MBA in Finance (University of Dhaka)
  • BBA in Finance (University of Dhaka)
+ Professional Experience

Member, American Finance Association

Member, American Economic Association

Associate Member, CPA Australia.

+ Research Interest

Corporate Finance.

Corporate Goverance.

Financial Economics.

Growth Theories.

Labor Economics.

Market Crash.

+ Selected Publications

Journal Publication

International:
  1. Puwanenthiren, P., Dang, M., Henry, D., Puwanenthiren, P., & Al Mamun, M. (2018). Does managerial ability matter for the choice of seasoned equity offerings?. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance.
  2. Yoon, S. M., Al Mamun, M., Uddin, G. S., & Kang, S. H. (2018). Network connectedness and net spillover between financial and commodity markets. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance.
  3. Malik, M., Al Mamun, M., & Amin, A. (2018). Peer pressure, CSR spending, and long-term financial performance. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 1-20.
  4. Al Mamun, M., Sohag, K., Shahbaz, M., & Hammoudeh, S. (2018). Financial markets, innovations and cleaner energy production in OECD countries. Energy Economics72, 236-254.
  5. Malik, M., Al Mamun, M., & Amin, A. (2018). Peer pressure, CSR spending, and long-term financial performance. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 1-20.
  6. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2017). Resource, governance, and growth. Economic Modelling. 63: 238–261. 5-year IF 1.046.
  7. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2017). Sectoral output, energy use, and CO2 emission in middle-income countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 5-year IF 2.74.  DOI 10.1007/s11356-017-8599-z
  8. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2016). Managing the future megacity: an appraisal of knowledge about energy challenges and energy-saving attitudes among households in Dhaka. International Journal of Sustainable Energy35(7), 701-721. IF 0.37.
  9. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2016). Does remittance fuel labor productivity in Bangladesh? The application of an asymmetric non-linear ARDL approach. Applied Economics, 1-17. ISI IF 0.518.
  10. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2016). Revisiting the dynamic linkage between FDI and economic development in LDCs. International Journal of Economic Policies in Emerging Economies, 08(02): 97-118. 5-year IF 0.228. DOI: 10.1504/IJEPEE.2015.069591
  11. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2015). Remittance and domestic labor productivity: evidence from remittance recipient countries. Economic Modelling,47: 207-218. 5-year IF 1.046.
  12. Al Mamun, Md, et al. M., (2015). Are investors rational, irrational or normal? Journal of Economic & Financial Studies3(04): 01-15.
  13. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2014). Dynamic linkages between diffusion of Information Communication Technology and labor productivity in South Asia.  Applied Economics, 46(26): 3246-3260. ISI IF 0.518.
  14. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2014). Regional differences in the dynamic linkage between CO2 emissions, sectoral output, and economic growth. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 38, 1-11. 5-year IF 7.445.
  15. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2013). The effect of macroeconomic and market specific dynamics on stock market development in global growth generator countries. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 03(09):1152-1169. RePEc IF23.
  16. Al Mamun, Md. et al. (2013). A panel analysis of the financial determinants of CSR in Bangladeshi banking industry. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 03(05):560-578. RePEc IF23.
  17. Al Mamun, Md. et al. (2013). Digital divide and its impact on economic growth in SAARC countries. International Journal of Applied Research in Business Administration and Economics, 02(02): 14 – 26.
  18. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2012). Origin of and solution to global financial meltdown: an Islamic view. International Journal of Business and Management, 07(12): 115-129.
  19. Laila Zaman, Farida Yasmeen, and Al Mamun, Md (2012). An Assessment of Fashionable Management Concepts’ Awareness Level amongst Bangladeshi Managers Move towards Knowledge Economy. IJAR-BAE, 02(01): 40 – 50.
  20. Al Mamun, Md, (2012). Towards universal banking: a study of Bangladeshi private commercial banks. International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT and Management, 02(05): 2231– 4245.
National:
  1. Al Mamun,, et al. (2003). Is beta the panacea for security valuation?” Journal of the Cost and Management, 40 (03): 38-44.
  2. Al Mamun,, (1999). Critiques of democratic control as a mode of market coordination. The Horizon, 04(09): 42-45.

Conference & Seminars

Publications will be here.

Other

Publications will be here.