Professor Khaled Hussainey - ()
Qualifications & background
Ph.D. (Accounting & Finance), The University of Manchester(UK).
M.Sc. (Accounting & Finance), The University ofBirmingham (UK).
B.Com (Accounting), Ain Shams University (Egypt).
Professor of Accounting, PlymouthUniversity 1st June2013
Reader in Accounting, StirlingUniversity August 2012 – May 2013
Senior Lecturer in Accounting, StirlingUniversity January 2010 – July2012
Lecturer in Accounting, StirlingUniversity August 2008 –December2009
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Manchester University Jan.2006 – July 2008
ESRC Research Associate, Manchester University Jan. 2005 – Dec. 2005
Tutor/Associate Lecture/Assistant Professor/Associate Professor ofAccounting, Ain Shams University (Egypt)
Staff serving as external examiners
External Examiner for MSc in Accounting & Finance degrees, Durham University.
External Examiner for BA in Accounting & Finance degrees, Heriot-Watt University.
External Examiner for BA in Accounting & Finance degrees, University of Worcester.
Staff serving as external examiners
My academic reputation is reflected in the numerous invitations which I receive to externally examine PhD theses:
1.Osama Abdel-Latif Mah'D – Aberdeen University [Budgeting in Jordan].
2. Rohaida Basiruddin – Durham University [Auditquality and earnings management in the UK).
3. Medhat ElGuindy – Leeds University [IFRS and earnings management in the UK].
4. Marwa Hassan – Aston University [IFRS in Egypt and Jordan].
5- Azhar Mohamed – Bangor University (Short selling inthe UK].
6- Yasean Tahat – Dundee University[IFRS in Jordan].
7- RaedKanakriya – Durham University [Impairments in the UK]
8. Nargis Michael – Essex University [Earnings Management in Egypt].
9- Matough Essa – Glasgow Caledonian University [Business audit risk in Libya].
10.Alaa Zalata – Aberdeen University [CEO compensation in the UK].
11-Rabie Nehme – Durham University [Audit fees and corporate governance in the UK]
12. CathySalzedo - Lancaster University [sell-side analysts respond to corporate earnings surprises].
13.Ruaa BinSaddig – Birkbeck University of London. [Determinants of financial policies in Saudi Arabia].
14.Waleed Al-Bassam – Glasgow University. [Corporate governance disclosure and firm value: evidence from Saudi Arabia]
15.Yousf Almahrog – University of Central Lancashire [The impact of CSR on Earnings Management in the UK].
Corporate Voluntary Disclosure
Market Based Accounting Research
Islamic Accounting & Finance
Research degrees awarded to supervised students MPhil Completions Radwa Anis – Determinants and relevance of voluntary disclosure quality. PhD Completions
Hany Elzahar – Determinants and relevance of KPIs reporting. Imad Kutum- Business audit risk, comparative auditing standards. Mohammed Idris – Earnings management and corporate governance in Jordan. Sahar Munir – Islamic Derivatives in Pakistan.
Radwa Anis – Determinants and relevance of voluntary disclosure quality.
Hany Elzahar – Determinants and relevance of KPIs reporting.
Imad Kutum- Business audit risk, comparative auditing standards.
Mohammed Idris – Earnings management and corporate governance in Jordan.
Sahar Munir – Islamic Derivatives in Pakistan.
(2013) 'Aggregated, voluntary, and mandatory risk disclosure incentives: Evidence from UK FTSE all-share companies' International Review of Financial Analysis , , DOI
(2013) 'Bank Governance, Regulation, Supervision, and Risk Reporting: Evidence from Operational Risk Disclosures in European Banks' International Review of Financial Analysis , , DOI
(2013) 'Determinants of corporate governance disclosure in Saudi Arabia' Journal of Economics and Management ,
(2013) 'The effects of corporate governance on analyst following and firm value: the UK evidence' Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society ,
(2013) 'Voluntary forward-looking statements driven by corporate governance and their value relevance' Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 32 (3), pp 26 - 49 , DOI
(2012) 'Accruals quality vis-à-vis disclosure quality: Substitutes or complements?' The British Accounting Review 44 (1), pp 36 - 46 , DOI
(2012) 'Corporate governance mechanisms and capital structure in UAE?' Journal of Applied Accounting Research 13 (2), pp 145 - 160 , DOI
(2012) 'Determinants of narrative risk disclosures in UK interim reports' The Journal of Risk Finance 13 (2), pp 133 - 147 , DOI
(2012) 'Does asymmetric information drive UK dividends propensity?' Journal of Applied Accounting Research 13 (3), pp 284 - 297 , DOI
(2012) 'The extent of corporate governance disclosure and its determinants in a developing market: The case of Egypt' Advances in Accounting, incorporating Advances in International Accounting 28 (1), pp 168 - 178 , DOI
(2012) 'Understanding the Determinants of RiskMetrics/ISS Ratings of the Quality of UK Companies' Corporate Governance Practice' Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences 29 (4), pp 366 - 377 , DOI
(2011) 'Dividend policy and share price volatility: UK evidence' Journal of Risk Finance 11, pp 57 - 68
(2011) 'Factors affecting corporate social responsibility in Egypt' Corporate Ownership and Control 8 (4), pp 432 - 443
(2011) 'Future-oriented information: determinants and use' Journal of Applied Accounting Research 12 (2), pp 123 - 138
(2011) 'Revisiting the capital-structure puzzle: UK evidence' Journal of Risk Finance 11, pp 329 - 338
(2011) 'Share price anticipation of future earnings in the presence of financial leverage, proprietary cost and institutional ownership: Evidence from MENA emerging markets' International Journal of Global Management Studies Professional 3 (1), pp 1 - 22
(2010) 'Corporate environmental disclosure, corporate governance and earnings management' Managerial Auditing Journal 25, pp 679 - 700
(2010) 'Corporate governance and financing decisions by Saudi companies?' Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing 6 (8), pp 1 - 14
(2010) 'Determinants of corporate internet reporting: evidence from Egypt' Managerial Auditing Journal 25, pp 182 - 202
(2010) 'Disclosure quality and stock returns in the UK' Journal of Applied Accounting Research 11 (2), pp 154 - 174 , DOI
(2010) 'Managers' and auditors' perceptions of intellectual capital reporting' Managerial Auditing Journal 25, pp 844 - 860
(2010) 'The importance of corporate environmental reputation to investors' Journal of Applied Accounting Research 11 (3), pp 229 - 241
(2009) 'Disclosure and dividend signalling when sustained earnings growth declines' Managerial Auditing Journal 24, pp 445 - 454
(2009) 'Do dividends signal information about future earnings?' Applied Economics Letters 16 (12), pp 1285 - 1288
(2009) 'The association between dividend payout and outside directorships' Journal of Applied Accounting Research 10 (1), pp 4 - 19
(2009) 'The effects of voluntary disclosure and dividend propensity on prices leading earnings' Accounting and Business Research 39 (1), pp 37 - 55 , DOI
(2009) 'The impact of audit quality on earnings predictability' Managerial Auditing Journal 24, pp 340 - 351
(2009) 'The impact of macroeconomic indicators on Vietnamese stock prices' Journal of Risk Finance 10, pp 321 - 332
(2008) 'Corporate governance online reporting by Saudi listed companies' Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies 8, pp 39 - 64
Other academic activities
Due to my growing reputation in disclosure research,Editors of three international journals have invited me to act as guest editorfor three special issues. In addition, I have acted as ad-hoc referee for manyarticles in high quality international journals.
Guest Editor of Journalof Applied Accounting Research for a special issue on corporate governance.
Guest Editor of CorporateGovernance: The International Journal of Business inSociety for a special issue on corporate governance and voluntarydisclosure.
Guest Editor of ManagerialAuditing Journal for special issue on corporate narrative reporting.
Guest Editor of InternationalJournal of Accounting, Auditing and Performance Evaluation (IJAAPE) for aspecial issue on Accounting & Finance in MENA countries.
· Ad-hoc Reviewer for the following journals:
1. External Adviser for theValidation of an MSc Accounting and Finance programme, Royal Docks BusinessSchool, University of East London.
2. ExternalAdviser forthe Validation of an MSc Accounting and Business Management Programme atBrunel Business School, Brunel University.
3. External Adviser for theValidation of an MSc Accounting and Business Management Programme at KingKhalid University (Saudi Arabia).
4. External Adviser for theValidation of an MSc Accounting and Business Management Programme at Ummal-Qura University (Saudi Arabia).