Higher degree by research students
School of Commerce
Telephone: +618 8302 0526
Fax: +618 8302 0992
Mr. Omar N AlHussainan is a PhD Scholar, in the School of Commerce, Division of Business, of the University of South Australia, City West Campus.
Mr. AlHussainan is located in room WL2-41 (Way Lee Building, Level 2, Room No. 41) at the City West Campus, North Terrace West, South Australia.
Mr. AlHussainan is currently a Doctoral scholar at the University of South Australia - UniSA (PhD in Applied Economics & Finance). He completed Master of Business Administration - MBA (Islamic Banking and Finance) from Bangor University (Wales, United Kingdom). In addition, he completed Bachelor of Business Administration - BBA (Accounting) from the American University of Kuwait - AUK (Kuwait). He earned a scholarship/sponsorship for his Doctoral program from Kuwait. He has earned a variety of business professional certifications within finance/accounting and Islamic finance such as CSAA, CIFA, CeIB, CIFE, HLTA and the CFA (only level one earned so far - Mr. AlHussainan will aquire the other levels after the PhD program). GMAT - Graduate Management Admission Test, quintessential score.
His research interests include:
* Ownership Structure.
* Islamic Banking & Finance;
- Regulatory and Ownership Implications.
- Capital Issues.
- Social and Ethical Responsibilities.
- Theory and Practice.
- Economical/Financial Perspective.
- Sharia Perspective on Transactions (Fiqh al-Muamalat).
* Agency Theory.
* Corporate Governance.
* Data Envelopment Analysis - DEA.
* Capital Adequacy.
* Basel I, II and III.
* Tobin Q.
* Quantitative Methods.
Postal contact should be to:
Mr. Omar N AlHussainan
School of Commerce
Division of Business
University of South Australia
GPO Box 2471
ADELAIDE SA 5001
AlHussainan, O (2012). How Islamic is Islamic Banking?. Bangor, Wales, UK: Bangor Business School. p1-80.
Postgraduate Scholars Association - PSA (UniSA Business School)
Kuwaiti Student Office - KSO
Economic Development Association - Kuwaiti Prime Minister Office
Head of Commerce Scholars Board - CSB
Member with the Institute of Banking Studies (IBS) - Kuwait