Summary

Dr. Ahmed Alhayky was born in 1983 in Bahrain. He received his Ph.D. in International Finance, from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China, in 2011. Dr. Ahmed joined Ahlia University in February 2011 as a Lecturer and he was promoted to Assistant Professor in September 2011. Mr. Ahmed Alhayky started his career with Business International Wll in January 2004 as General Accountant where he was responsible for preparing the Annual Reports and the group company accounts.

Research

  • Exchange rate
  • Monetary policy
  • Asset pricing
  • Investment

 

Dr. Ahmed Abdulhusain Ali Abdulhusain Alhayky Research

 

Teaching

During my teaching career, I taught several courses in Finance and Banking at undergraduate levels including:

  • Corporate Finance
  • International Finance
  • Investment
  • Portfolio Management
  • Commercial Bank Management I
  • Commercial Bank Management II
  • Credit Analysis and Lending
  • Money and Banking

 

Post graduate level

  • Survey of Finance and Engineering Economics

Supervision

Supervision of Master Theses (selected list):

  • Assessing cost management for reducing non-revenue water in Bahrain
  • Impact of Oil Prices on GCC Stock Markets
  • Determinants of Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) of Commercial Banks in Bahrain
  • Behaviour equilibrium exchange rate and misalignment: Empirical Case from Bahraini Dinars

Presentations

  • International Conference on Multidisciplinary Academic Research & Global Innovation (2015), Beijing China
  • 16th International Business Research Conference, Novotel World Trade Centre (2012), Off Sheikh Zayed Road, Za’abeel 2, Dubai, UAE
  • 2009 Financial Analysts Seminar CFA Institute (2009), Chicago, USA
  • Corporate Investment, Leverage, and Unanticipated Growth Opportunities (2009). Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China

Publications

Journals:

  1. The impact of exchange rate movements on industries trade between Indonesia and China, Ahmed Alhayky, Zainab Alhayki (2016), Vol. 1 , Issue 1, Amity Journals of Economics.

  2. The stock market relationship between Mainland China and Hong Kong during financial crises, Ahmed Alhayky, Zainab Alhayki (2012), The Empirical Economics Letters, Vol.6, Issue 11, PP. 571-559.

 

 

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