Dr. Zeeshan Ahmed

Assistant Professor

He has experience and exposure in the banking industry. After his banking experience, he pursued a Doctor of Philosophy from Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) with a finance specialization in 2018 and transitioned to academia. It indicates that by choice, he wanted to launch himself in academia where he could work for the betterment of the students. He supervised a number of students as a main supervisor. Moreover, he has a number of good publications in well-recognized journals. There are a few articles which are in pipelines and waiting for publications. He is honored as an external examiner in various national and international universities. He has developed his interest and expertise for research in corporate finance, corporate governance, market efficiency, financial reporting, earnings management, accounting, sustainable development, and performance evaluation of firms, etc.

PhD Finance University Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) 2018
MS Finance Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad 2014
MS Commerce The University of Punjab, Pakistan 2007
BS Commerce The University of Punjab, Pakistan 2005
Assistant Professor Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad Since – 2023
Assistant Professor The University of Chenab, Gujrat, Pakistan 2018 – 2022
Assistant Professor The University of Lahore, Gujrat Campus, Pakistan 2018 – 2022
1. Management Accounting
2. Cost Accounting
3. Principles of Management
4. Strategic Finance
1Stock return volatility and capital structure measures of non-financial firms in a dynamic panel model: Evidence from Pakistan. International Journal of Finance and Economics
2Role of stock market development in influencing the firms’ performance: A study based on Pakistan Stock Market. International Journal of Economics and Finance
3Modelling customer satisfaction in online hotel booking. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
4Herding behavior in Pakistani financial markets: A study of behavioral finance. Foundation University Journal of Business & Economics
5Insurance-Growth Nexus: A comparative analysis with multiple insurance proxies. Economic Research- Ekonomska Istrazivanja
6Forecasting wages inequality in response of trade openness in Pakistan: An artificial neural network approach. The Singapore Economic Review
7The nexus of cash flow, capital expenditures and financial leverage with pharmaceutical firm’s performance in Pakistan. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/ Egyptology
8The role of financial risk management in predicting the financial performance of commercial banks in Pakistan. Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business
9Behavioral cost of managerial decisions under risk perception and culture: A comparative study between USA and Pakistan. Sage Open
10Financial inclusion and monetary policy effectiveness: A sustainable development approach of developed and under-developed countries. Plos One
11The mediating effect of coping strategies between psychological capital and small tourism organization resilience: Insights from the COVID-19 Pandemic, Malaysia. Frontiers in Psychology
12Training perception and innovative behaviour of SME employees: Examining the mediating effects of firm commitment. Sage Open
13Pushing a balloon: Does corporate risk disclosure matters for investment efficiency? Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting
14Microfinance Services and MSEs’ Growth in Pakistan: Mediating Perspective of Social and Psychological Capital. Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation
15Market uncertainty and Distance to Default of non-financial firms in Pakistan. International Journal of Trade and Global Markets
16Mediating role of risk perception between behavioral biases and investor’s investment decisions. Sage Open
17Cost of high leverage in socially responsible firms in a linear dynamic panel model. Evidence from product market interactions. Heliyon
18Responses to COVID-19, small and medium enterprises’ corporate social responsibility and psychological capital of employees: From the mediating perspective of affective commitment. Heliyon
19Do behavioral biases affect investors’ investment decision making? Evidence from the Pakistani Equity Market. Risks
20ESG and Value Creation in Product Market: Evidence from Emerging Economies. Journal of risk and Financial Management


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