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Dr. Jaleel Ahmed Malik (PhD Harbin Institute of Technology, China)

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/HoD Accounting and Finance
PROFILE SUMMARY

Dr. Jaleel Ahmed Malik is Assistant Professor of finance with research and teaching experiences in corporate finance and financial economics. Dr. Malik has more than 10 research papers published in refereed academic journals. He has also presented number of research papers at academic /professional international conferences.

QUALIFICATION
PhD Finance Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, P. R. China 2016
MPhil Finance Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Islamabad, Pakistan 2013
MSc Finance International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan 2008
BSc International Islamic University, Islamabad 2004
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad Since – 2022
Assistant Professor Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad 2018 – 2021
MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE
HoD Accounting and Finance Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad Since – 2021
RESEARCH SUPERVISION
1. MS Product Diversification and Bank Risk Evidence from South Asian Banking Institutions
2. MS Impact of Shared Leadership on Project Success with Mediating Role of Team Building and Moderating role of Project Complexity.
3. MS Impact of Macroeconomic Variables on Stock Markets: An Evidence from Emerging and Developed Markets.
4. MS Determinant of Equity Financing: A Study of Non-financial Firms Listed on Pakistan Stock Exchange.
5. MS Impact of Monetary Policy on Islamic and Conventional Bank Financing: Evidence from Pakistani Banking Sector.
6. MS Impact of Bank Diversification on Effectiveness of Monetary Policy: The Case of Pakistan.
7. MS Impact of Core Capital ratio on Banks Profitability: Evidence from SAARC Countries
8. MS Impact of Trade Credit on Firm Performance: Evidence from Pakistani Listed Firms
9. MS Impact of Corporate Governance on Cost of Capital: Moderating Role of Foregn Ownership
10. MS Effect of Corporate Diversification on Earnings Management: Evidence from Pakistan
11. MS Impact of Trade Credit and Liquidity on Firm’s Inventory Investment: An Empirical Study of Non-financial Sector of Pakistan
12. MS Effect of Intellectual Capital on Firm Performance: An Evidence of Non-financial Firms of Pakistan
13. MS Impact of Corporate Governance on Non-performing Loans: Empirical Evidence from Three Emerging Economies
14. MS Causal relationship Between Trade Credit and Bank Credit: An Investigation of Non-financial Pakistani Firms
15. MS Branching, Lending and Competition: An Empirical Study of Pakistani Banks
16. MS Effect of Credit Rating on Trade credit: Empirical Evidence form Pakistani Non-financial Firms
17. MS Does Islamic Label Indicate Higher Use of Trade Credit? Evidence from Pakistan
18. MS Effect of Enterprise Risk Management on Firm Value: Empirical Evidence from Non-financial Firms in Pakistan
19. MS Influence of Culture and Other National Characteristics on Financial Intermediation in Asian Countries
20. MS Volatility Between Conventional and Islamic Stock Market, Evidence from Quantile Regression Analysis
21. MS Volatility Between Conventional and Islamic Stock Market, Evidence from Quantile Regression Analysis
22. MS Impact of Information Communication Technology on Economic Growth: Evidence from Asian Economies
23. MS Determinants of Net Interest Margin: A Comparative Study of Emerging Markets
24. MS Bank Borrowing Constraints and Use of Trade Credit: Empirical Study from Non-financial Firms of Pakistan
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. Ahmed, J., Raies, Farooq, U. & Subhani, B. H. (2022). The moderating role of information and communication technology in the nexus between financial development, economic growth and energy consumption. OPEC Energy Review, 00, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1111/opec.12262 (SCIE, SCOPUS, Y-Category).
2. Farooq U., Ahmed J., Akhter W., Tabash M. I., (2022). Environmental regulations and trade credit activities of corporate sector: A new panel data evidence. Journal of Cleaner Production, 132307, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2022.132307. (IF=11.072, SCIE, SCOPUS, W-Category)
3. Aksar M., Ahmed J., (2022). Does Managerial Behavior Matter? Evidence from Emerging Economies. Global Business Review, https://doi.org/10.1177/09721509221109054. (ESCI, SCOPUS, X-Category)
4. Environmental regulations and trade credit activities of corporate sector: A new panel data evidence. Journal of Cleaner Production, 132307.
5. Compliance with IFRSs’ Disclosure Requirements in a Developing Economy. Indian Journal of Economics and Business, Vol. 20(4), 627-647.
6. Nexus between energy consumption, financial market development, and urbanization: Evidence from emerging economy. The singapore economic review, 2022, ISSN 1793-6837.
7. How various energy sources affect industrial investment? Empirical evidence from Asian economies, Energy, Volume 248, 2022, 123536, ISSN 0360-5442.
8. Government green environmental concerns and corporate real investment decisions: Does financial sector development matter? Energy Policy, Volume 158, 2021,112585, ISSN 0301-4215.
9. Moderating the effect of globalization on financial development, energy consumption, human capital, and carbon emissions: evidence from G20 countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International. 2021 Jul; 28(26):35126-35144.
10. Environmental regulations and trade credit activities of corporate sector: A new panel data evidence. Journal of Cleaner Production, 132307.
11. How various energy sources affect industrial investment? Empirical evidence from Asian economies, Energy, Volume 248, 2022, 123536, ISSN 0360-5442.
12. Government green environmental concerns and corporate real investment decisions: Does financial sector development matter? Energy Policy, Volume 158, 2021,112585, ISSN 0301-4215.
13. Moderating the effect of globalization on financial development, energy consumption, human capital, and carbon emissions: evidence from G20 countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International. 2021 Jul; 28(26):35126-35144.
14. Do the Macroeconomic Factors Influence the Firm’s Investment Decisions? A Generalized Method of Moments (GMM) Approach. International Journal of Finance and Economics, 26(1), 790-801.
15. National culture and firm financial performance: A mediating role of firm financing decision. Cogent Business & Management, 7 (1), 1-21.
16. Ahmed, J., Farooq, U. (2020). Financial Development and Trade Credit: Moderating Role of Corruption. City University Research Journal, 10(3), 343-360.
17. Evaluating the moderating impact of family on the relationship between board independence and corporate social responsibility using propensity score matching. South African Journal of Business Management, 51(1), a1854.
18. When Does Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure Affect Investment Efficiency? A New Answer to an Old Question. SAGE open, 10(2), 1-14.
19. Does Islamic Label Indicate Higher use of Trade Credit? Evidence from Sharīʿah Compliant Non-financial Firms in Pakistan. Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM), 9(2),328-340.
20. Impact of Credit Rating on Firm Performance mediating role of Trade Credit: Evidence from Pakistani Non-financial Firms. Sukkur IBA Journal of Management and Business, 6(1),1-11.
21. Does increase in money supply amplify the secondary sources of finance? 2nd International Conference on Business, Economics and Education Management. February 23-24, 2018.
22. Impact of Banking sector Development on Capital Structure of Non-financial Firms in Pakistan. Journal of Accounting and Finance in Emerging Economies, 4(2),177-188.
23. Investigation of Trade Credit Patterns in Effect with Bank Loan Availability, 2nd International Conference on Social, Education and Management Engineering (SEME 2016, CPCI-SSH).
24. Research on Commercial Credit Matching Principle of Non-financial Companies in Pakistan During the Financial Crisis, International conference on Management science and Engineering (ICMSE 2015).
25. Predicting the stability of the Palestine bank after 2008 financial crisis and the Israeli aggression on Gaza; using CAMELS rating system investigate, International conference on Management science and Engineering (ICMSE 2015).
26. Can Trade Credit serve as a Cushion against the Financial Setbacks in a Developing Economy? Journal of Convergence Information Technology, 9 (6), 143-150.
27. Market Timing Theory and Firms’ Financing Decisions in Pakistan: Evidence from Non-Financial Firms. Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting, 1 (4), 316-333.
28. Determinants of trade credit: The case of a developing economy. European Researcher, 83, 1694-1706.

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