Marwan Mohamed Mohamed Abdeldayem

Marwan Mohamed Mohamed Abdeldayem

Academic Staff in Department of Business Administration

Personal Profile

Current Position:

Academic Staff in Department of Business Administration

College / Department:

College of Administrative Sciences / Department of Business Administration

Academic Status:

Associate Professor

Area of Specialization:

Business Administration & Finance

Nationality:

Egyptian

Education

Academic Qualification Educational Institution Graduate Year
PHD Business Administration University Of Wales, UK2003
Master Business Administration Cairo university, Egypt1998
Bachelor Business Administration Cairo University, Egypt1991

Academic Experience

Position Institution Period
Academic Staff, Department of Business AdministrationApplied Science University / Bahrain2014- Present
Academic Coordinator-DBA programCairo University, Egypt2010 - 2014
Associate Professor of Business & FinanceUniversity of Dubai, UAE2008 - 2009
Assistant Professor of Business Admin. Cairo University, Egypt2003 - 2007

Membership of Professional Bodies

Institution Period
Higher Education Academy, UK2016- Present
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)- Professional Membership No. 6885932- New York-USA2009- Present
Arab Association of Business Administration-Cairo –Egypt2004- Present
Research Coordinator (South West Asia)- Asian Accounting, Finance and Business Research Unit (AFBRU)- Cardiff Business School- University of Wales- UK2002- Present

Publications

  1. Is There a Relationship between Financial literacy and Investment Decisions in the Kingdom of Bahrain?, 2016.
  2. Credit Rating changes and Stock Market Reaction in the Kingdom of Bahrain, 2016.
  3. The Impact of Investors’ Perception of Risk on Portfolio Management: Evidence from the Kingdom of Bahrain, 2015.
  4. Examining the Relationship between Agency Costs and Stock Mispricing: Evidence from the Bahrain Stock Exchange, 2015.
  5. An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship between New Investors and Telecommunications Stocks' Bubble Post the Egyptian Revolution, 2015.