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Dr.Mohammad AlShboul Associate Professor Academic RankAssociate Professor

Specialization:

  • Finance and Banking

Research Interests:

  • Corporate finance, financial time series, Financial economics, Asset pricing.

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Ph.D in Finance, James Cook University, Australia, 2008 Master of Business Finance, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, 2005 BSc in Economics, AlQadisiya University, Iraq, 1996
Sept 2014 – present Associate Professor of Finance Department of Finance and Economics College of Business Administration, University of Sharjah, UAE Feb 2014 - Sept 2015 Associate Professor of Finance Department of Accounting and Finance Al-Hussein Bin Talal University (AHU), Ma’an – Jordan Aug 2008 – Feb 2014 Assistant Professor of Finance Department of Accounting and Finance Al-Hussein Bin Talal University (AHU), Ma’an – Jordan Mar 2006 – Aug 2008 Lecturer of Finance Disciline of Accounting and Finance School of Business, James Cook University, Queensland – Australia Administrative positions held Sept 2013 – Sept 2014 Director of Financial Affairs Unit Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Ma’an – Jordan. July 2010 – Sept 2013 Head of Department of Accounting and Finance Faculty of Bus. Admin. & Econ., Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Ma’an – Jordan
Provide consultancy services to the local and international communities.
- Membership of CMA (Certified Management Accountant) - AFAANZ (The Accounting and Finance Association for Australian and New Zealand) - FINSA (The institute of Australasian Banking and Finance), Australia
•Evolving efficiency in UAE stock markets •Modeling stock market volatility in the GCC stock markets: A generalized Autoregressive score model •Time-varying herding behavior of the MENA region stock markets
1. Maghyereh, A., Al-Shboul, M., Abdo, H. (2020), The impact of sentiment on commodity return and volatility, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, December 2020. (World scientific) (ABDC:B, Scopus IF: 0.60, SJR: Q3) 2. Al-Shboul, M., Maghyereh, A., Hassan, A., & Molyneux, P. (2020). Political risk and bank stability in the Middle East and North Africa region. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 60, 1-20. (Elsevier) (ABDC:A, Scopus IF: 2.21, SJR: Q2) 3. Alsharari, N., Al-Shboul, M., Alteneji, A. (2020), Implementation of Cloud ERP in the SME: Evidence from UAE, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, Accepted 10 Feb-2020. (Emerald) (ABDC: B, Scopus IF: 1.02, SJR: Q1) 4. Alsharari, N., & Al-Shboul, M. (2019), Evaluating qualitative research in management accounting using the criteria of “convincingness”, Pacific Accounting Review, 31 (1), 43-62. (Emerald) (ABDC: B, Scopus IF: 0.54, SJR: Q2) 5. Al-Shboul, M., & Alsharari, N. (2019). The dynamic behavior of evolving efficiency: evidence from the UAE stock markets. The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 73, 119-135. (Elsevier) (ABDC: B, Scopus IF: 0.49, SJR: Q2) 6. Al-Shboul, M., & Anwar, Sajid, (2017). Long memory behavior in Singapore’s tourism market, International Journal of Tourism Research, 19(5), pp. 524-534. (Wiley) (ABDC: A, Scopus IF: 1.32, SJR: Q1) 7. Al-Shboul, M., & Anwar, Sajid, (2016). Fractional Integration in Daily Stock Market Indices at Jordan’s Amman Stock Exchange, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 37(1), pp. 37-51. (Elsevier) (ABDC: B, Scopus IF: 0.55, SJR: Q2) 8. Al-Shboul, Mohammad, Al-Rawashdeh, Rami, Jaradat, Ayman, &, (2015). Air Pollution and Economics Growth, Environmental Research, Engineering and Management, 70(5), pp. 13–28. 9. Al-Shboul, M., & Anwar, Sajid, (2014) Time-varying exchange rate exposure and pricing of foreign exchange rate risk in the Canadian equity market, Economic Modelling, 37, pp. 451-463. (Elsevier) 10. Al-Shboul, M., & Anwar, Sajid, (2014) Foreign exchange rate exposure: Evidence from Canadian, Review of Financial Economics, 23, pp. 19-28 (Elsevier) 11. Al-Shboul, M., & Anwar, Sajid, (2014) Pricing of foreign currency risk exposure in the Canadian equity markets, Research in International Business and Finance, 30, pp. 173– 194. (Elsevier) 12. Al-Rawashdeh, R., Al-Nawafleh, H., & Al-Shboul, M., (2013) Understanding oil and mineral resources in a political economy context: the case of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Mineral Economics, 26, pp. 13–28. (Springer) 13. Al-Shboul, M. (2013). An examination of the herd behavior in the Jordanian Equity market. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 5(1), pp. 234-249. 14. Al-Shboul, M. (2012). Asymmetric effects and the herd behavior of the Australian equity market. International Journal of Business and Management, 7(7), pp. 121-140. 15. Al-Shboul, M., & Alison, S. (2009). The Effect of the Use of Corporate Derivatives on the Foreign Exchange Rate Exposure. Journal of Accounting-Business and Management, 16(1), pp. 72-92. 16. Al-Shboul, M., & Alison, S. (2008). Translation Exposure and Firm Value: Evidence from Australian Multinational Corporations. International Review of Business Research Papers, 4(1), pp. 23-44.
1. Sept 2017 - present Team Advisor: Finance students to the CFA Research challenges competition 2. Sept 2014 - present Supervisor of graduation project
- 2011: DFG research grant for short visit, University of Mannheim, Germany - 2002-2008: Postgraduate scholarship award, Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Jordan - 2007: James Cook University research scheme grant
1. Sept 2017 - present Coordinator of the CFA-UoS relationship 2. Sept 2017 - present Organizing committee of the 3rd innovation and entrepreneurship 3. Sept 2017 - present Trainer in the UoS continuing and education center
My Teaching Philosophy is centered in my belief that effective learning can be achieved as an accumulative process by engaging, making challenges, and inspire growth in my students. My belief is that every student is capable of tasting the passion that I feel for Finance by becoming collaborators in the exploration of Finance theory, research, and practice. I always attempt to begin teaching finance courses by crafting stories from challenging learning experience so that students become motivated, insightful, and enthusiastic thinkers.
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