Summary

I joined the Ahlia University in 2014 as a Lecturer in Accounting and Economics Department and obtained my Ph.D. in Business Economics from Jordan University in 2015. I hold a Master’s degree in Accounting from Amman Arab University for Graduate Studies and a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Jordan University and have more than 9 years’ experience in teaching. Currently, I teach Advanced Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics and Intermediate Accounting. My main research interest is in Industrial Economics.

I have attended the following conferences and workshops:

  1. UNCTAD workshop on FDI and the Methodology in Collecting Data on FDI and TNC Activities in Six GCC Countries held from 8-10 December, 2014.
  2. National Workshop on Productivity Accounting for the Kingdome of Bahrain held from 21-22 January, 2015.
  3. The 9th Annual Forum for GCC Accounting and Auditing Organization held from 6-7 May, 2015.

Research

  • Industrial Economics
  • International Economics.
  • Islamic Accounting
  • Islamic Economics

 

Dr. Rami Mohammad Abu Wadi Research

Teaching

  1. Advanced Accounting
  2. Intermediate Accounting
  3. Managerial Accounting
  4. Cost Accounting
  5. Principles of Accounting
  6. Principles of Microeconomics
  7. Principles of Macroeconomics
  8. Auditing
  9. Accounting Systems

Supervision

I have supervised numerous dissertations of Undergraduate Students at Ahlia University.

Publications

Journals:

  1. Determinants for the Performance of the Jordanian Banking Industry, Abu Wadi, Rami, Saqfalhait, Nahil (2017), Jordan Journal of Business Administration, Vol.13, No 2, Pp.181-199.

  2. The Impact of Non-Monetary Incentification on Staff Productivity: Case Study of Banking Sector in Bahrain, Mariam Shukri Ali and Dr. Rami Mohammad (June, 2016), EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review, Vol. 4. No. 6, E-ISSN: 2347-9671, P-ISSN: 2349-0187 .

  3. Analyzing The Structure Of The Banking Industry In Jordan, Dr. Rami Mohammad and Nahil Ismail Saqfalhait (2016), International Journal Of Applied Business And Economic Research , Vol. 14, No.6 , pp. 3663-3676, ISSN: 0972-7302.

  4. The Impact Of Professional Training And Development Practices On The Employees Performance: A Case Study Of Ministry Of Education In Bahrain, Mariam Mohamed Alghareeb and Dr. Rami Mohammad (2016), International Journal Of Scientific Research And Management , Vol. 4 Issue 10, 4663-4671, e-ISSN: 2321-3418.

  5. Economic Value Added As a Complementary Tool to Evaluate the Performance of the Jordanian Commercial Banks, Dr. Rami Abu Wadi and Dr. Nahil Saqfalhait (2016), an Najah University Journal For Research Humanities, Vol. 30, No. 12, 2493-2520.

  6. Factors Influencing the Success of ERP System Implementation in the Public Sector in The Kingdom of Bahrain, Omar Mohamed Bukamal and Dr. Rami Abu Wadi (2016), International Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 8, No. 12, ISSN: 1916-971X.

Conferences:

  1. Corporate Governance Disclosure and The Economic Value Added of Jordanian Commercial Banks, Abu Wadi, Rami (2017), 5th International Scientific Conference: “Governance and Administrative and Economic Development in the Institutions: Reality and Aspiration”, (Amman- Jordan March 22-23).

  2. Economic Diversification and Growth: The case of Bahrain, Abu wadi, Rami (2016), 3rd Annual Gulf Studies Forum, (Doha-Qatar December 3-5).

  3. Factors affecting the Profitability of Islamic Banks in Jordan, Abu wadi, Rami (2016), 7th Global Islamic Marketing Conference, (Casablanca- Morocco May 4-6).

 

 

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