Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmad

Assistant Professor ,""
Phone No:051-9265100-2074
Email ID:iahmed@numl.edu.pk

Education:

PhD Finance, University of Debrecen, Hungary (2018).

MS Finance, Muhammad Ali Jinnah University (MAJU), Islamabad (2009).

MBA Finance AJK University, Muzaffarabad  (2003).

Assistant Professor at National University of Modern Languages, 

Islamabad from   2015 to date


Lecturer at National University of Modern Languages, 

Islamabad from   2007 to 2015


  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Management
  • International Finance
  • Analysis of Financial Statements
  • Corporate Governance

Ahmad, I., Oláh, J., Popp, J., & Máté, D. (2018). Does Business Group Affiliation Matter for Superior Performance? Evidence from Pakistan. Sustainability10(9), 3060.

 

Saeed, A., Ding, Y., Hammoudeh, S., & Ahmad, I. (2018). Taxing impact of terrorism on global economic openness of developed and developing countries. Acta Oeconomica68(3), 311-335.

 

Baloch, M., Saeed, A., Ahmed, I., Oláh, J., Popp, J., & Máté, D. (2018). Role of Domestic Financial Reforms and Internationalization of Non-Financial Transnational Firms: Evidence from the Chinese Market. Sustainability10(11), 3847.

 

 Ahmad, I. (2008). Corporate governance and capital structure decisions of the Pakistan listed textile firms. NUML Journal of Management & Technology, 14.

 

Ahmad, I. (2017). Do group affiliated and unaffiliated firms hold cash differently? The case of Pakistan. Annals of University of Oradea. Economic Science 26 (1), pp. 373-384.

 

Ahmad, I., & Kazmi, S. Z. A. (2016). A Financial Performance Comparison of     Group and Non-Group Firms in Textile Sector Of Pakistan. Network Intelligence Studies, (8), 143-150.

 

Ahmad, I., (2017). Interlocking directorates and financial performance: an empirical analysis of Pakistani business group. A Virtuális Intézet Közép-Európa Kutatására Közleményei, 3-4, 134-141

Ahmad, I. (2017). Do the economic indicators influence financial performance of non-life insurance sector in Pakistan? Annals of University of Oradea. Economic Science 26 (2), pp. 201-209.

 

Ahmad, I., Muqaddas, M. F. (2016). Determinants of dividend payout policy: An empirical study of the banking sector of Pakistan. APSTRACT 10 (4-5), 101-106.

 

Gul, F., Awan, M. B., & Ahmad, I. (2015). Do Islamic Banks Financially Perform Better Than Conventional Banks? A Comparative Study of Pakistani Banks. NUML International Journal of Business & management, 10(2), 27-50.

 

Haider, Hashmi, S. H., Ahmad, I. (2017) Systematic Risk Factors and Stock Return Volatility. APSTRACT 11 (1-2), 61-70.

 

Khan, S., Ahmad, I., Haddad, H., Mumtaz, K. (2016). Do financial knowledge and financial experience affect the gender risk taking attitude? European Journal of Business and Management 8 (35), 1-8.

 

Muqaddas, M. F., & Ahmad, I. (2016). Determinants of Brand Equity: An Empirical Study of IT Industry. SEA-Practical Application of Science, (12), 555-560.

 

Saeed, A., Ding, Y., Hammoudeh, S., Ahmad, I.: Taxing impact of terrorism on global economic openness of developed and developing countries. Acta Oeconomica "Accepted by Publisher", [1-28], 2018. ISSN: 0001-6373.

 

Samiuddin, Ahmad, I., & KAZMI, (2017). The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Hospital Administration: A Case Study from Pakistan. Cross Cultural Management Journal, (11), 39-46.