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Dr Habib Khan is a seasoned and award-winning academic mentor at the tertiary level and researcher holding a current position of Lecturer of Accounting at the University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia. He held Assistant Professor of Accounting, University Of Canberra (February 2016-October 2019), and was lecturer in the CQU University, CDU, Macquarie University and Curtin University Sydney Campus. Dr Khan obtained PhD in Management Accounting from the Macquarie University Sydney, CPA degree from the CPA Australia, Advanced Diploma in Business from AAT Sydney, Foundation degree on teaching and Education from Curtin University, and BBA Hons & MBA degree from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. As an academic, he has taught wide varieties of Accounting subjects in many countries such as Australia, Bangladesh, China and Hong Kong. As a unit coordinator and lecturer, he taught and led academic members for units such as Financial Accounting, Intermediate Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Cost Accounting, Strategic Management Accounting, Corporate Accounting and Accounting Theories both in the post-graduate and undergraduate level. He has also got expertise in teaching finance units and taught varieties of finance units such as Business Finance, Investments and Built Envionment Finance.

Journal publications:

As a researcher, Dr Khan is an expert in conducting academic research in different areas of Accounting, Management and Sustainability in emerging economies. Dr Khan has published articles in the leading international Journals in the field of Accounting, Management, Education, Law and Tourism. Prestigious journals where his publications appeared in the past include Critical perspectives on Accounting (A), Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economies (A), Asia Pacific Journal of Management (A), Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies (B), Public Money and Management (A), Accounting History (A), Environmental Education Research (A), Social Responsibility Journal (B), International Journal of Law and Management, and Tourism Analysis (A).

Achievements and Awards:

Dr Khan is a recepient of Dean's Excellence Award -2016 (in the category of Students Nominations),Faculty of BGL, University of Canberra, and 'Finalist' for University of Canberra VC Diversity Award-2017. He was previously awarded Macquarie University FBE Research Excellence Award in 2011 and 2012. He is also a receipient of 'Best Presenter Award' in HDR Research Expo 2010, Macquarie University, Australia.

Publications impacts: 

Dr Khan's publication has impacted widely in the global academic communities and has received more than 1000 citations to date (as per Google Scholar).

Research Interests and Supervisions:

Dr Khan currently supervises HDR students and his research interest includes the followings:

  1. Non-financial performance measurement system, Multi-dimensional performance measures
  2. Non-financial and sustainability reporting of banks, green banking,
  3. Pro-envionmental behaviour of Accounting and Business students,
  4. Integrated reporting, and
  5. New public management and KPI based performance model for public sector.

Ontology, Theoritical Paradigms and Research Design: 

Dr Khan is intertested to supervise future students who are keen to explore their research projects using sociological, behavioural, contingency, political economic theories and any alternative theoritical lense together with having clear willingness to design research projects using both positivists and interpretative approaches of research desgin.

Industry outreach and external engagements:

Dr Khan closely maintains relationship with industry, practices and the professional bodies of Accounting such as CPA Australia. He is a Fellow member of CPA, (FCPA) and is an elected board member of CPA Australia ACT Divisional Board since 2018.

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Projects 2016 2018

Research Output 2010 2019

Regulatory influences on CSR practices within banks in an emerging economy: Do banks merely comply?

Khan, H. Z., Bose, S. & Johns, R., Jul 2019, In : Critical Perspectives on Accounting. p. 1-20 20 p., 102096.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

social responsibility
bank
Bangladesh
economy
central bank

Understanding Pro-environmental Behaviour of Accounting and Business Students: Development of a Conceptual Framework

KHAN, H., FATIMA, J. & Bose, S., 2019, Ethics and Sustainability in Accounting and Finance, Volume I. Tunca Çalıyurt, K. (ed.). Singapore, Singapore: Springer, Vol. 1. p. 69-82 14 p. (Accounting, Finance, Sustainability, Governance & Fraud: Theory and Application).

Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in BookChapter

environmental behavior
sustainability
student
psychological theory
university

Understanding the institutional challenges and impacts of higher education reforms in Indonesia

Harun, H., Wardhaningtyas, S., Khan, H. Z., An, Y. & Masdar, R., 9 Jul 2019, In : Public Money and Management. p. 1-9 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Indonesia
reform
education system
education
literature
2 Citations (Scopus)
Accounting standard setting
Politicization
Players
Lobbying
Stakeholders
13 Citations (Scopus)

What drives green banking disclosure? An institutional and corporate governance perspective

Bose, S., KHAN, H., Rashid, A. & Islam, S., Jun 2018, In : Asia Pacific Journal of Management. 35, 2, p. 501-527 27 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Corporate governance
Disclosure
Banking
Guidance
Politicians