PERSONAL DETAIL


DR. ABU HANIFA MD. NOMAN ALAM

Department of Finance and Banking
Faculty of Business and Accountancy
 
  abuhanifa@um.edu.my
 Department of Finance and Banking, Faculty of Business and Accountancy, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, W.Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
 
Homepage
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ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
(Qualification), (Institution).



PROFESSIONAL
(Organisation), (Role), (Year), (Level).


  • Institute of Integrated Research Society of Bangladesh, Executive Committee Member, 2016 to 2022, (International)
  • Cities, Reviewer, 2017 to 2020, (International)

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
(Role), (Level), (Start date),(End Date).


  • Industrial Training Academic Supervisor, University Malaya, 18/02/2019 to 30/06/2019

AREAS OF EXPERTISE
(Area).


  • Economic Development and Growth (Energy Economics)
  • Banking (Market Structure, Regulation, Efficiency, Risk, Performance)


RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
(Publication).


Article in Academic Journals

2019
  • Akhtar R., Masud M.M., A. S. A. Ferdous Alam, Abu Hanif Md. Noman & Nazneen Jabin (2019).Climate change adaptation: a corrective policy framework in the Malaysian agricultural sector. Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development (IJESD). (Accepted) Forthcoming (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Murad, W., Alam, M., Noman A.H.M., Ozturk, I., (2019). Dynamic Nexus between Technological Innovation, Energy Consumption: Evidence from Denmark. Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy, , 38(1): 22-29 (ISI-Indexed)
  • Banna, H., Noman, AHM, Shah, KB, (2019), Efficiency heterogeneity in Sino-ASEAN Banks: Does location matter? Economics, 7(1) 13 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Albity, S., Noman, AHM (2019), Competition and Bank Stability in the MENA Region: The Moderating Effect of Islamic Versus Conventional Banks, Emerging Markets Review, 38(1): 310-325. (ISI-Indexed)

2018
  • Noman, A.H.M., Gee, C., Isa, C. R. (2018). Does Bank Regulation Matter on the Relationship between Competition and Financial Stability? Evidence from Southeast Asian Countries. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 48 (April): 144-161. (ISI-Indexed)
  • Hoq, N, Rahman, A.R., Noman, A.H.M., Bhuyian, Z. H., (2018). Is Corporate Social Responsibility Pursuing Pristine Business Goals for Sustainable Development?. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 25(6): 1130-1142 (ISI-Indexed)

2017
  • Rahman, M.S., Shahari, F. Rahman, M. Noman, A.H.M. (2017). The Interdependent Relationship between Sectoral Productivity and Disaggregated Energy Consumption: A case of Markov Switching Approach. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 67:752-759 (ISI-Indexed)
  • Rahman, M.S, Noman, A.H.M (2017). Does the Economic Growth in Malaysia depend on Energy consumption at Disaggregated Level: An Application of Toda-Yamamoto Approach. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 78: 640-647 (ISI-Indexed)
  • Noman, A.H.M., Gee, C., Isa, C. R (2017). Does Competition Improve Financial stability? Evidence from ASEAN-5. Plos one, 12 (5): e0176546. (ISI-Indexed)

2016
  • Alam, MM, Noman, A.H.M, Ozturk, I. (2016). Relationships among Carbon Emissions, Economic Growth, Energy Consumption and Population Growth: Testing Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis for Brazil, China, India and Indonesia. Ecological Indicators, 70 (11): 466-479 (ISI-Indexed)
  • Noman, A.H.M. Mia, A., Isa, C.R. (2016), City Profile: Narayangonj, Bangladesh, Cities, 59(November), 8-19 (Q1) (ISI-Indexed)
  • Md. Saifur Rahman, Abu Hanifa Md. Noman, Farihana Shahari, Mohamed Aslam, Chan Sok Gee, Sajeda Pervin (2015), Efficient Energy Consumption in Industrial Sectors and Its Effect on Environment: A Comparative Analysis between G8 and Southeast Asian Emerging Economies, ENERGY, vol. 97(1); 82-89 (ISI-Indexed)

2015
  • Noman, A. H. M., Pervin, S., Chowdhury, J.N., Hossain, M.A., Banna, H. (2015), Comparative performance between conventional and Islamic banks in Bangladesh- An application of Binary Logistic Regression. Asian Social Science, 11(21),248-257(Scopus) (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Noman, A. H. M., Gee, C.S., Isa, C.R., Syed, B.K.S. (2015). Distinction between Conventional Banks and Islamic Banks in Credit Risk Management Processes: A Uni-Variate and Multivariate Non-Parametric Analysis. Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 31(5). 587-600 (ISI-Indexed)

AREAS OF RESEARCH
(Project title), (Role), (From)-(Until), (Level), (Source).


  • The Effect of Regulation on Bank Efficiency in Asean-5 Countries- Does Financial Crisis Matter?, Principal Investigator(PI), 2019 - 2021, RU Geran - Fakulti Program, (National)
  • The effect of regulation on bank efficiency in ASEAN-5 countries: Does financial crisis matter?, Principal Investigator(PI), 2019 - 2021, Geran Penyelidikan Faculty, (National)

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
(Name of Award), (Awarding Institution), (Year Awarded), (Level).


  • Best Paper Award and Cash Money of Rp. 2.5 Million from Lpem Conference On Economics and Finance Indonesia 2015 Organized by Asian Development Bank and Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta., Institute for Economic and Social Research, 2015, (International)
  • Bright Sparks Scholarship, University of Malaya, 2013, (Government)
  • Vice-Chancellor Award Granted by University of Chittagong for Securing Highest Gpa in Mba Examination Held in 2005 Under The Faculty of Business Administration., University of Chittagong, 2006, (University)
  • Nippon Foundation Scholarship, Japan for Securing Second Highest Cgpa in Bba Examination Held in 2004 Under The Department of Finance and Banking, University of Chittagong, University of Chittagong, 2005, (International)

PRESENTATIONS
(Title), (Event), (Date Presented), (Organiser), (Level).


PRESENTER
  • Banking Competition, Crisis, and Financial Stability in ASEAN-5, Bank Performance in ASEAN-5 Workshop, 2016-11-10 to 2016-11-10, Equitable Society Research Cluster, (National)
  • Banking Competition, Crisis, and Financial Stability in ASEAN: An empirical analysis, 24th Conference on Securities and Financial Market, 2016-12-09 to 2016-12-10, Department of Finance, National Sun Yat-sen University, (International)
  • Does market power increase risk taking behavior of banks? Evidence from South-east Asian Countries., China Financial Market Conference, 2016-12-15 to 2016-12-16, Department of Finance and Banking, (International)
  • The Relationship between Activity Restrictions and Risk-taking Behaviour of Banks: Does Competition? , Asian Law and Economic Conference 2019, 2019-06-27 to 2019-05-28, Asian Law and Economic Association, (International)

EXPERT/TECHNICAL CONTRIBUTIONS
(Activity), (Organisation), (Role), (From)-(Until), (Level).


  • Conference Secretariat, China Financial Market Conference, Committee Member, 2016-2016, (International)

EVALUATION ACTIVITIES
(Description), (Evaluation Activity),(Year).


  • Asian Journal of Business and Accountancy, Article In Journal ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • Candidature Defense for PhD, Thesis ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • External examiner of PhD Thesis, Thesis ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • Proposal Defense for PhD, Thesis ,  (2019)
  • MBA thesis presentation, Thesis ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • International University of Malaya-Wales, Thesis ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • Open Sage, Article In Journal ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • New Horizons, Article In Journal ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • Asian Journal of Business and Accountancy, Article In Journal ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • Economic Systems, Article In Journal ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • Cities, Article In Journal ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • MBA thesis presentation, Thesis ,  (2019 - 2019)
  • Asian Academy of Management Journal, Article In Journal ,  (2019 - 2019)

SUPERVISION


POST GRADUATE STUDENT
(Name of Degree), (Name of Candidates), (Title of Thesis), (Academic Session)

Ongoing
  • Doctoral Degree (phd), Chai Tze Seng, THE UNSECURED BANK LENDING TO SMES: EVIDENCE FROM A SURVEY OF LOAN OFFICERS IN MALAYSIAN BANKS, 2018/2019
  • Master Degree, Melvin Lew San Yuen, -, 2018/2019

Terminated
  • Doctoral Degree (phd), Khalil Yahya Mohammed Abdo, EXAMINING BANKS? LIQUIDITY RISK; EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL BANKS, 2018/2019

TEACHING
(Course Title), (Academic Session), (No of Student), (No of Contact Hours).


POST GRADUATE
  • Islamic Financial System, 2017/2018(2), 70, 42
  • Portfolio Management, 2017/2018(2), 40, 42
  • Islamic Financial System, 2016/2017(1), 100, 42
  • Islamic Financial System, 2012/2013(2), 50, 42
  • Managerial Finance, 2012/2013(2), 50, 42
  • Managerial Finance, 2012/2013(1), 45, 42
  • Islamic Financial System, 2012/2013(1), 40, 42
  • Managerial Finance, 2011/2012(2), 50, 42
  • Managerial Finance, 2010/2011(1), 70, 42
  • Managerial Finance, 2010/2011(2), 75, 42
FIRST DEGREE
  • Investment Analysis and Risk Management, 2017/2018(2), 80, 40
  • Project Management, 2017/2018(2), 35, 42
  • Investment Analysis and Risk Management, 2017/2018(1), 75, 42
  • Financial Management, 2017/2018, 35, 42
  • Investment Analysis and Risk Management, 2012/2013(2), 50, 42
  • Financial Management, 2012/2013(2), 70, 42
  • Fundamentals of Finance, 2011/2012(1), 35, 42
  • Investment Analysis and Risk Management, 2011/2012(2), 50, 42
  • Financial management, 2011/2012(2), 45, 42
  • Operations Research, 2011/2012(1), 45, 42
  • Financial Management, 2011/2012(2), 60, 42
  • Fundamentals of Finance, 2010/2011(1), 50, 42
  • Financial Management, 2010/2011(2), 80, 42
  • Project Management, 2010/2011(2), 40, 42
  • Project Management, 2010/2011(1), 35, 42
  • Operations Research, 2009/2010(2), 40, 42
  • Financial Management, 2009/2010(1), 75, 42
  • Fundamentals of Finance, 2009/2010(1), 70, 42
  • Fundamentals of Finance, 2009/2010(2), 70, 42
  • Financial Management, 2008/2009(2), 80, 42
  • Project Management, 2008/2009(2), 50, 42
  • Financial Management, 2008/2009(1), 80, 42
  • Fundamentals of Finance, 2008/2009(1), 80, 42
  • Financial Management, 2007/2008(2), 75, 42
  • Operations Research, 2007/2008(2), 65, 42