Prof. Dr. Abul Mansur Mohammed Masih
Email : mansurmasih@inceif.org
Phone : +603 7651 4199

QUALIFICATION

Ph.D.in Applied Financial Econometrics, University of Leeds U.K. (1974)

  1. The Co-movement of Selective Conventional and Islamic Stock Indices: Is there any Impact on Shariah Compliant Equity Investment in China?. (with Saiti, B.). in International Journal of Economics and Finance , Vol.6, No.4, (2016), Pages 1895-1905.
  2. Contagion and Interdependence across Asia-Pasific Equity Markets: an Analysis Based on Discrete and Continuous Wavelet Transformations,International Review of Economics and Finance. (with Dewandaru, G. and Masih, R.), In International Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol.43, (2016). Pages 363-377.
  3. Are There Profit (Returns) in Shariah-Compliant Exchange Traded Funds? The Multiscale Propensity, (withFarouk), In Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Vol.38, (2016), Pages 360–375.
  4. Does a held-to-maturity strategy impede effective portfolio diversification for Islamic bond (sukuk) portfolios? A multi-scale continuous wavelet correlation analysis, (with Najeeb, S, Ismath Bacha, O.) In Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, (2016).
  5. Socioeconomic Development and Its Effect on Performance of islamic Banks: Dynamic Panel Approaches, (with Chowdhury, M, Haque, Md. Mahmudul, & Alhabshi, S), In Macroprudential Regulation and Policy for Islamic Financial Industry: Theory and Applications, (2016), Pages 229-243. Springer.

Finance and Econometrics