Dr Mohammad Hudaib
Dr Mohammad Hudaib
- Reader (Accounting and Finance)
telephone: 0141 330 4136
After completing his Bachelor of Accounting, Mohammad started his professional career in auditing and participated in a number of continuing professional development courses such as obtaining sufficient appropriate evidence and audit sampling methods; interviewing techniques on various bi-polar personality typologies of chief executives; auditor assistant computerised system and accounting for non-profit organisations. He went to the USA (Syracuse University, NY) for more postgraduate courses in data analysis for managers and economic analysis for business managers. He then went to the University of Stirling and was awarded an MSc in Accounting & Finance, and finally, in 2003 he was awarded a PhD in Accounting & Financial Management from the University of Essex.
During his studies at Essex Mohammad was also a lecturer at University of Exeter until 2004, before joining Bradford University School of Management. In 2007, Mohammad moved to the University of Essex as a senior lecturer and in 2010 he joined Nottingham Business School. He joined the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School in 2012.
His research involves interpretive and positivist dimensions in the areas of auditing, corporate governance, financial accounting and Islamic banking and finance.
Mohammad is a member of the Accounting research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Islamic accounting;
- Corporate governance;
- Business ethics;
Mohammad Hudaib and Shinji Horiguchi (University of Kobe, Japan) (2014), Exploring whistle-blowing intentions among audit practitioners in Japan, Research grant from SAWAMURA MASAKA Award: 300,000 Japanese yen.
Current PhD students
- Audit, Theory & Practice (undergraduate);
- Audit Risk & Control (postgraduate);
- Research methods (postgraduate);
- PhD master class on methodologies (postgraduate).
Editor of Journal of Islamic Accounting & Business Research (2010-) (1* ABS list).