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Dr. Md Hamid Uddin PhD

Associate Professor, Accounting and Finance Lecturer

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Assoc. Professor Dr. Md Hamid Uddin received his Ph.D. degree in Finance from the National University of Singapore and taught at the same institution. He also taught at the University of Dhaka, Prince Sultan University, the University of Sharjah, and Taylor's University before joining the University of Southampton Malaysia.

Dr. Hamid held several key administrative roles in the past. For example, he was the Director of the Doctoral Programme at Taylor's University Malaysia. At the University of Sharjah UAE, he was a member of the college council for the College of Business Administration; he also served in several important committees such as curriculum development, study plans, and academic research. Dr. Hamid is an active researcher who supervised several Ph.D. students, implemented research projects, and published widely within the broader disciplinary area covering Finance, Accounting, and Economics.

His current research focuses on cybersecurity risk and bank stability, corporate governance and business conglomeration, Islamic and socially responsible Finance, and micro-financing. His earlier research covers government share ownership, corporate risk-taking, IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, dividends, and capital structure. Dr. Hamid has been serving as an Associate Editor for two prominent Finance Journals: Studies in Economics and Finance and International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management. He was the panelist speaker at the 2019 Financial Management Association (FMA) Annual Conference in New Orleans USA and invited speaker at the 2018 Annual Liquidity Conference in Budapest, Hungary.

He is an active member of the British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA), British Academy of Management (BAM), and Financial Management Association (FMA). Dr. Hamid is the recipient of Texas A&M International University's best paper award in Financial Markets at the 2020 Southwestern Finance Association Conference. He is engaged with different industrial and professional entities. For example, Dr. Hamid worked for developing the first code of corporate governance in Bangladesh and served as the invited discussant at the World Bank-Dubai Economic Council conference in 2012.

Research interests

Cybersecurity risk and bank stability, corporate governance, micro-financing.

Dr. Md Hamid Uddin
No. 3, Persiaran Canselor 1,
Kota Ilmu EduCity,
79200 Iskandar Puteri, Johor,

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