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Mr Md Rezaul Kabir

Doctoral Researcher & Commonwealth Scholar (Full-Time)

Finance and Accounting Group

Nationality:  Bangladeshi
Started doctoral research: October 2009
Supervisor: Dr. Ataur Belal (Aston University) and Prof. Stuart Cooper (University of Bristol)
Topic:  Corporate Sustainability Reporting and Practices: Evidence from Bangladeshi Readymade Garments Industry

Qualifications:

  • M.Sc. in Accounting & Finance (awarded with ‘Distinction’), Aston University, UK
     

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), majoring in Finance & Accounting (awarded with the highest praise, ‘Summa Cum Laude’), North South University, Bangladesh
     

  • Aston Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Aston University, UK
     

Scholastic Achievements:

  • Recipient of ‘Commonwealth Scholarship’ for pursuing PhD program at Aston University
     

  • Recipient of ‘Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA)’ from Aston Business School 
     

Employment:

  • Mar’ 2011 – Present: Assistant Professor, Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
     

  • Sept, 2007 – Sept’ 2009: worked as Lecturer, School of Business, North South University, Bangladesh.
     

Publications:

Belal, A., Kabir, M. R., Cooper, S., Dey, P., Khan, N., Rahman, T., & Ali, M. 2010. Corporate Environmental and Climate Change Disclosures: Empirical Evidence from Bangladesh. Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, 10, Pp.147-169

Proceedings from Scholarly Meetings (conferences):

“Corporate environmental and climate change disclosures: Empirical evidence from Bangladesh”, British Accounting Association Annual Conference, Cardiff, March 30 - April 1, 2010. [With Belal, A. R, Cooper, S. & Dey, P.]

Professional membership:

  • Associate Fellow, The Higher Education Academy
  • Member, British Accounting & Finance Association (BAFA)
  • Member, "Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS)" Society 

 

Teaching Responsibility:

Principles of Financial Accounting (BF 1101)

Employable Graduates; Exploitable Research