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Duties and Responsibilities
Dr Farooq Ahmad is a lecturer in Accounting and Finance and is responsible for the delivery of modules in International Finance at undergraduate level and Finance Theory and Corporate Financial Management at the postgraduate level. He is also Course Leader for the MSc Financial Management.
Farooq's interest areas are in the following:
- Financial Markets Efficiency Analysis
- Regulation of Financial Markets
- Evaluation of the impact of innovations/reforms in Financial markets
- Gilt-edged Market (management of public debt)
- Yield Curve Analysis
He also supervises doctoral research students and is currently principal supervisor for Hebah Shalhoob.
Ahmad, F. and Sanusi, M. (2016), “Modelling oil and gas stock returns using multi factor asset pricing model including oil price exposure”, Finance Research Letters, Vol. 11 Ahmad, F. and Sanusi, M. (2016), “An analysis of seasonality fluctuations in the oil and gas stock returns”, Cogent Economics and Finance, Vol 4.
Ahmad, F. and Steeley, J. (2008), "Secondary Market Price Behaviour around Gilt Auctions", Applied Financial Economics, Vol. 18, Issue 9.
Ahmad, F. and Lal, D. (2006), "A Review of Financial and Regulatory Reforms in Gilt-edged Market", Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, Vol. 14, No 2.
Ahmad, F. (2006), "Time for Innovation in Government Bonds Market in Pakistan". Journal of Institute of Bankers, Pakistan, Vol. 73, No. 1.
Ahmad, F. and Steeley, J. (2002), "The effects of safe-haven status on the gilt-edged market", Journal of Bond Trading & Management, Vol.1, No. 2, pp 120-148.