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Dr Ahmed Hassanein
Lecturer of Accounting
- Maxwell Building 304
- T: 0161 295 6797
- E: a.a.a.hassanein@Salford.ac.uk
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I joined University of Salford as a Lecturer of Accounting in September 2015. I hold a PhD in Accounting from the University of Plymouth School of Management (October, 2015). I, also, hold an MSc in International Accounting and Finance (with distinction) from the University of Stirling (November, 2011). Past academic positions held include a post as "Research Fellow" (university of Plymouth), "Lecturer" (Plymouth University International College), "Teaching Assistant" (Stirling University, where I initially started my PhD), "Teaching Assistant/ Tutor" (Mansoura University).
My current research areas include Informativeness of Narrative Reporting, Risk Governance, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and Corporate Governance Mechanisms. I am, particularly, interested in market based accounting research and investigating the relationship between mandatory adoption of IFRS and voluntary disclosure of information.
Principles of Accounting – For Accounting and Finance Students
Principles of Accounting – For Non-Specialists
Contemporary Issues in Accounting – For MBA Students
- Informativeness of Narrative Disclosure
- Risk Governance
- International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS
- Corporate Governance Mechanisms
- Market Based Accounting Research
I would be interested in supervising future doctoral students in the areas of: Informativeness of Narrative Reporting, Risk Governance, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and Corporate Governance Mechanisms. I am, particularly, interested in market based accounting research and investigating the relationship between mandatory adoption of IFRS and voluntary disclosure of information.
Qualifications and Memberships
- Ph.D in Accounting
- MSc in International Accounting and Finance
- BSc in Business Studies
- Associated Fellow of UK Higher Education Academy (HEA)
- PG Cert in Research Methodology
- Hassanein, A., & Hussainey, K. (2015), “Is Forward-Looking Financial Disclosure Really Informative? Evidence from UK narratives”, International Review of Financial Analysis, Vol. 41, Pp. 52 – 61. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1057521915001076#
- Elshandidy, T., & Hassanein, A. (2014), “Do IFRS and Board of Directors’ Independence Affect Accounting Conservatism?”, Applied Financial Economics, Vol. 24, No. 16, Pp. 1091-1102. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09603107.2014.924291
- “Effect of Mandatory Adoption of IFRS on Voluntary Disclosure of Forward-Looking Information: Evidence from UK FTSE-all-Shares”.
- “Forward-Looking Disclosure Impact on a Firm Value: Evidence from FTSE all-shares firms”.
- “Audit committee Impact on Narrative Disclosure Quality: Evidence from OFR statements”.
- “Director Networking and Disclosure Quality: Evidence from Narrative reporting