Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmad

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  •   Department of Management Science
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  •   iahmed@numl.edu.pk

Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmad

Assistant Professor

2015 - 2018                Ph.D. in Corporate Finance,     Debrecen University, Hungary

2006-2008                  Master of Science (Finance)     Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad.

2001-2004                   M.B.A (Finance),                       University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Muzaffarabad

1999                            Bachelor of Commerce,           Federal Govt. College of Commerce, H-8/4, Islamabad.

March 2007-                        Assistant Professor

                                             National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad, Pakistan

Feb 2012 - Jan 2015           Visiting Professor

                                              International Islamic University (IIU), Islamabad

Sept 2015 - Dec 2017           Debrecen University, Hungary

      Department of Accounting and Finance,

Impact factor publications

 

  1. Ahmad, I., Oláh, J., Popp, J., & Máté, D. (2018). Does Business Group Affiliation Matter for Superior Performance? Evidence from Pakistan. Sustainability10(9), 3060.
  2. Baloch, M., Saeed, A., Ahmed, I., Oláh, J., Popp, J., & Máté, D. (2018). Role of Domestic Financial Reforms and Internationalization of Non-Financial Transnational Firms: Evidence from the Chinese Market. Sustainability10(11), 3847.
  3.  Saeed, A., Ding, Y., Hammoudeh, S., Ahmad, I. (2018): Taxing impact of terrorism on global economic openness of developed and developing countries. Acta Oeconomica  68(3) 311-33

    Others

    1.         Ahmad, I.: Interlocking directorates and financial performance: an empirical analysis of Pakistani business groups. Taylor 9 (3-4), 134-141, 2017. ISSN: 2064-4361.

    2.         Ahmad, I.: Do group affiliated and unaffiliated firms hold cash differently?: The case of Pakistan. Analele Universităţii din Oradea. Ştiinţe economice = Annals of University of Oradea. Economic science 26 (1), 373-384, 2017. ISSN: 1222-569X.

    3.         Ahmad, I.: Do the economic indicators influence financial performance of non-life insurance sector in Pakistan? Analele Universităţii din Oradea. Ştiinţe economice = Annals of University of Oradea. Economic science 26 (2), 201-209, 2017. ISSN: 1222-569X.

    4.         Ahmad, I.: Corporate governance and capital structure decisions of the Pakistan listed textile firms. NUML Journal of Management & Technology 2 (2), 14-21, 2008. ISSN: 1997-4507.

     

    5.         Ahmad, I., Abbas Kazmi, S. Z.: A financial performance comparison of group and non-group firms in the textile sector of Pakistan. Network Intelligence Studies. 4 (2), 143-150, 2016. EISSN: 2344-1712.

    6.         Ahmad, I., Muqaddas, M. F.: Determinants of dividend payout policy: An empirical study of the Banking sector of Pakistan. Apstract 10 (4-5), 101-106, 2016. ISSN: 1789-221X. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19041/APSTRACT/2016/4-5/13

    7.         Khan, S., Ahmad, I., Haddad, H., Mumtaz, K.: Do financial knowledge and financial experience affect the gender risk-taking attitude? European Journal of Business and Management 8 (35), 1-8, 2016. ISSN: 2222-1905.

    8.         Muqaddas, M. F., Ahmad, I.: Determinants of brand equity: an empirical study of IT industry. SEA - Practical Application of Science 4 (3), 555-560, 2016. ISSN: 2360-2554.

    9.         Khan, S., Ahmad, I., Kazmi, S. Z. A.: The role of emotional intelligence in hospital administration: a case study from Pakistan. Cross-Cultural Management Journal. 19 (1), 39-46, 2017. EISSN: 2286-0452.

     

    10.      Haider, S. K. A., Hashmi, S. H., Ahmad, I.: Systematic Risk Factors and Stock Return Volatility. Apstract 11 (1-2), 61-70, 2017. ISSN: 1789-221X. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/0.19041/APSTRACT/2017/1-2/8

     

    11.       Gul, F., Awan, M. B., Ahmad, I.: Do Islamic banks financially perform better than conventional banks?: a comparative study of Pakistani banks. NUML International Journal of Business & Management 10 (2), 27-50, 2015. ISSN: 2410-5392.

Corporate governance, Business groups, interlocking directorates, dividend policy

Education

2015 - 2018                Ph.D. in Corporate Finance,     Debrecen University, Hungary

2006-2008                  Master of Science (Finance)     Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad.

2001-2004                   M.B.A (Finance),                       University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Muzaffarabad

1999                            Bachelor of Commerce,           Federal Govt. College of Commerce, H-8/4, Islamabad.

Experience

March 2007-                        Assistant Professor

                                             National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad, Pakistan

Feb 2012 - Jan 2015           Visiting Professor

                                              International Islamic University (IIU), Islamabad

Sept 2015 - Dec 2017           Debrecen University, Hungary

      Department of Accounting and Finance,

Publications

Impact factor publications

 

  1. Ahmad, I., Oláh, J., Popp, J., & Máté, D. (2018). Does Business Group Affiliation Matter for Superior Performance? Evidence from Pakistan. Sustainability10(9), 3060.
  2. Baloch, M., Saeed, A., Ahmed, I., Oláh, J., Popp, J., & Máté, D. (2018). Role of Domestic Financial Reforms and Internationalization of Non-Financial Transnational Firms: Evidence from the Chinese Market. Sustainability10(11), 3847.
  3.  Saeed, A., Ding, Y., Hammoudeh, S., Ahmad, I. (2018): Taxing impact of terrorism on global economic openness of developed and developing countries. Acta Oeconomica  68(3) 311-33

    Others

    1.         Ahmad, I.: Interlocking directorates and financial performance: an empirical analysis of Pakistani business groups. Taylor 9 (3-4), 134-141, 2017. ISSN: 2064-4361.

    2.         Ahmad, I.: Do group affiliated and unaffiliated firms hold cash differently?: The case of Pakistan. Analele Universităţii din Oradea. Ştiinţe economice = Annals of University of Oradea. Economic science 26 (1), 373-384, 2017. ISSN: 1222-569X.

    3.         Ahmad, I.: Do the economic indicators influence financial performance of non-life insurance sector in Pakistan? Analele Universităţii din Oradea. Ştiinţe economice = Annals of University of Oradea. Economic science 26 (2), 201-209, 2017. ISSN: 1222-569X.

    4.         Ahmad, I.: Corporate governance and capital structure decisions of the Pakistan listed textile firms. NUML Journal of Management & Technology 2 (2), 14-21, 2008. ISSN: 1997-4507.

     

    5.         Ahmad, I., Abbas Kazmi, S. Z.: A financial performance comparison of group and non-group firms in the textile sector of Pakistan. Network Intelligence Studies. 4 (2), 143-150, 2016. EISSN: 2344-1712.

    6.         Ahmad, I., Muqaddas, M. F.: Determinants of dividend payout policy: An empirical study of the Banking sector of Pakistan. Apstract 10 (4-5), 101-106, 2016. ISSN: 1789-221X. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19041/APSTRACT/2016/4-5/13

    7.         Khan, S., Ahmad, I., Haddad, H., Mumtaz, K.: Do financial knowledge and financial experience affect the gender risk-taking attitude? European Journal of Business and Management 8 (35), 1-8, 2016. ISSN: 2222-1905.

    8.         Muqaddas, M. F., Ahmad, I.: Determinants of brand equity: an empirical study of IT industry. SEA - Practical Application of Science 4 (3), 555-560, 2016. ISSN: 2360-2554.

    9.         Khan, S., Ahmad, I., Kazmi, S. Z. A.: The role of emotional intelligence in hospital administration: a case study from Pakistan. Cross-Cultural Management Journal. 19 (1), 39-46, 2017. EISSN: 2286-0452.

     

    10.      Haider, S. K. A., Hashmi, S. H., Ahmad, I.: Systematic Risk Factors and Stock Return Volatility. Apstract 11 (1-2), 61-70, 2017. ISSN: 1789-221X. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/0.19041/APSTRACT/2017/1-2/8

     

    11.       Gul, F., Awan, M. B., Ahmad, I.: Do Islamic banks financially perform better than conventional banks?: a comparative study of Pakistani banks. NUML International Journal of Business & Management 10 (2), 27-50, 2015. ISSN: 2410-5392.

Interests

Corporate governance, Business groups, interlocking directorates, dividend policy