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LecturerAdam Yahya Jafeel Lecturer Academic RankLecturer

Specialization:

  • Business Administration, financial management.

Research Interests:

  • corporate governance, investment, finance, earnings management and financial markets.

Contact

- Ph.D. candidate, university of Sciences Malaysia; finance, Accountability and performance management: The effect of corporate governance on investment efficiency in emerging markets. The case of GCC countries. (2014 –up to date) - Master degree, business Administration, University of Khartoum (August 2001) - Bachelor of Sciences (honor degree, division one) in business Administration (November 1993), University of Khartoum.
Business studies lecturer, university of Sharjah, community college
• Financial manager, Nama Group, Dubai • Financial manager, Suni engineering Co, Sudan • Officer, ministry of finance, Sudan • Banker, Tadamon Islamic bank, Sudan • Teaching assistant, School of management studies, University of Khartoum
• College: curriculum and study plan committee member . • College: Scientific research committee member . • College: training committee member • Dept: curriculum and study plan committee member .
The Effect of corporate governance in investment Efficiency in emerging markets, the case of GCC countries.
I have been supervising graduation projects of the students of financial and administrative sciences department.
Participate effectively in local community services: seminars, workshops, lectures, etc
The best teachers are those that never stop learning and continue striving to improve. It is important to realize that teaching is full of surprises and new situations and one must be ready to adapt, react and discover new strategies. What remains true, it is the necessity to create a meaningful learning environment and to understand how to relate one’s knowledge to students in a simple way, encourage and train them on self-learning, scientific discussion, the ability to ask questions, and develop critical thinking among students.
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