Mohammad Khaleq Newaz

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    Experienced academic both in UK and overseas, with research expertise in financial markets and behavioural finance. I have been researching and lecturing at Coventry University since 2015. I have taught many modules in finance, research methods and econometrics at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, and successfully supervised MSc/UG students for their dissertations. Besides, teaching and research, I currently have strategic and operational oversight of collaborative partnerships across the Faculty of Business and Law. As a senior fellow of HEA I am specially interested in using pedagogical practices designed to enhance students experiance of both on campus students and those with overseas partners.  


    Research Interests

    • Financial Markets 
    • Sectoral and Regional Studies
    • Behavioural Finance

    PhD Project

    I am currently supervising the following PhD projects:

    • An investigation on stock market volatility: a comparative study of developed, frontier and emerging markets
    • Non-oil Export in the Economic Growth of Nigeria from 1970-2016: A Vector Autoregressive
    • Gender Diversity and Earnings Management using Classical Shifting: Evidence from UK
    • Analysis
    • Impact of Geographical Ownership on Corporate Financial Performance from 2011 to 2017: Evidence from the UK

    External positions

    External Examiner , University of Sussex

    1 Oct 202030 Sep 2024

    External Examiner , University of the West of England

    4 Dec 201830 Sep 2022


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