Muhammad Ibrahim Khan


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Teaching Interests

Muhammad Khan serves as a Finance Lecturer at Birmingham City Business School. He earned his MSc in International Management with Finance from Queen Mary University of London and his PhD in the core area of finance from Birmingham City University. With over fourteen years in academic teaching and seven years in applied financial research, he instructs a variety of finance-related modules, to both undergraduate and postgraduate students, from introductory to advanced levels.

Research and Innovation interests

Muhammad Khan's PhD topic was "Impact of Earnings Announcements on Stock Returns," which examined the semi-strong form of market efficiency. He has co-authored several articles in international peer-reviewed journals on topics including the capital asset pricing model, capital structure, risk management, and Islamic finance, with a particular focus on emerging capital markets. Additionally, he is actively supervising Master's and PhD students in areas such as the shadow economy, risk management, and corporate governance.

Education/Academic qualification

Business Studies, PhD, Impact of Earnings Announcement on Stock Returns

Feb 2012May 2016

Award Date: 6 Aug 2016

International Management with Finance, Msc, Queen Mary University of London

Sept 2006Oct 2007

Award Date: 1 Dec 2007

Public Administration and Finance, Master in Public Administration, Quaid-I-Azam University

Feb 2004Feb 2006

Award Date: 30 Mar 2006

External positions

Lecturer in Finance, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan

1 Feb 201015 May 2023


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