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Dr Nunung Nurul Hidayah PGC, PhD

Associate Professor in Accounting

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Nurul joined Southampton Business School in September 2019. She was previously a lecturer at Aston Business School. She was funded by Islamic Research and Training Institute - Islamic Development Bank (IRTI-IDB) for her PhD at Aston Business School. Prior to that, she spent 10 years at University of Al Azhar Indonesia as both a lecturer and the Head of Accounting Department.

Nurul has also been involved in curriculum development in Islamic Finance, Islamic Accounting and IFRS based Accounting curriculum for University of Al Azhar Indonesia and the Postgraduate Islamic Finance Program (approved by The Scottish Qualification Authority) of Al Maktoum Institute Dundee.


Academic, Professional and Administrative positions

Awards and Honors

External Connections and Partnerships

Academic Reviewing and Guest Editor Experience

Research interests

Audit, Ethics, Governance, Organisation Studies

PhD thesis:

Religious Compliance in Islamic Financial Institutions - funded by Islamic Research and Training Institute - Islamic Development Bank (IRTI-IDB)

Completed PhD Supervisions:

  • Samir Alamad – Main Supervisors - Financial Innovation in Islamic Financial Institutions – Completed – Currently working as the Head of Shariah Compliance of Ar Rayyan Bank UK
  • Firdaus Amyar – Associate Supervisor - Paradox and Reduced Audit Quality Behaviour in Indonesian National Audit Office – Completed – Currently working as a Senior Auditor of Indonesian National Audit Institution
  • Azharrudin Ali – Associate Supervisor – Internal Audit and Risk Management the case of the UK  - Currently working as a Senior Lecturer at University Utara Malaysia
  • Wan Noorhayati Wan Ahmad– Associate Supervisor – Carbon Reporting – Completed - Currently working as a Lecturer at University Utara Malaysia

Current DBA Supervision

  • Mohammad Adnan Hasan – Main Supervisor – Derivatives in Islamic Finance – Started in October 2016 Currently working as Program Manager at ICD of Islamic Development Bank

Research projects:

  • Social Housing in the UK – funded by Chartered Institute of Taxation (£8000)
  • The Pressures for International Accreditations to Indonesian Business School
  • Paradoxes and complexities in Malaysian Palm Oil Processing


Centre for Research in Accounting, Accountability & Governance

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Book Chapter

MANG2064 - Business Research

Dr Nunung Nurul Hidayah
Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK

Room Number: 2/3053

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