Fatema Ebrahim Al-Rawahi was born in 1990 and joined Ahlia University in September, 2013 as a Research and Teaching Assistant in the Management and Marketing Department, College of Business and Finance. In 2015, she received her Master’s Degree (MBA) with High Distinction, from Ahlia University in the Kingdom of Bahrain. She is now a Lecturer at Ahlia University with a solid commitment to the social and academic growth and development of every student.
Areas of research interests:
- Financial Reporting Standards
- Accounting Education
- Business Imitation vs. Business Innovation
- Fundamentals of Management
- Marketing of Financial Services
- Strategic Management
Corporate Governance and the Level Of Compliance With International Accounting Standards (IAS-1): Evidence From Bahrain Bourse, Dr. Abdalmuttaleb Musleh, Fatema Alrawahi and Zakeya Sanad (December, 2016), International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 157.
An Investigation Of The Level Of Compliance With International Accounting Standards (Ias 1) By Listed Firms In Bahrain Bourse, International Journal Of Islamic And Middle Eastern Finance And Management, Alrawahi, F And Sarea, A(2016), Vol. 9, Issue 2, Pp. 254-276.
Bridging the gap between the perceptions of accounting students and accounting practitioners: Evidence from Ahlia University of Bahrain, Sarea, A & Alrawahi, F (2014), Jordan Journal of Business Administration, Volume 10, No. 4, 2014. pp 723-740.