Available to supervise Higher Degree by Research students

20092019
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Biography

Graduating from Dhaka University and from ANU, Dr. Abu Mollik has the qualification (PhD), skills and experience in conducting quantitative research in the subject areas of accounting, banking, finance and economics. Dr. Mollik is a World Bank scholar (1992) and holding an FCPA. He has independently and collaboratively successfully completed 16 externally (including CPA Australia and the World Bank Projects) and Faculty (internally) funded research projects and published in excess of 50 articles in the peer reviewed quality international and national journals and conferences, including publications relevant to asset pricing, capital structure, risk-return, market efficiency, investment, earnings management, an audit quality, corporate governance and accounting standards. He is well connected and familiar with Bangladesh financial markets, publishing a good number of journal articles on banking and financial markets in Bangladesh. Most of his studies are based on applying sophisticated quantitative methodologies, including regression analysis to cross-sectional, time-series and pooled time-series and cross-sectional (panel) data fixed effect, vector auto-regression (VAR), unit root and co-integration analysis, boot strapping, data clustering, and structural equation modelling.

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Projects 2010 2018

Research Output 2009 2019

M-payment adoption for bottom of pyramid segment: an empirical investigation

Hussain, M., MOLLIK, A., JOHNS, R. & Rahman, M. S., 2019, In : International Journal of Bank Marketing. 37, 1, p. 362-381 21 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Payment
Empirical investigation
Expectancy
Behavioral intention
Lifestyle
Toll highways
Developing countries
Viability
Public-private partnerships
Roads
Managers
Industry
Value relevance
Regime change
Write-offs
5 Citations (Scopus)
Sustainability
Assurance
Stakeholders
Corporate sustainability
Sustainability reports
9 Citations (Scopus)
Audit quality
Testing
Audit committee
Impairment
International Financial Reporting Standards