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  • Assim Ibrahim Abdel-Razzaq, Ph.D.

  • Job Title :

    Assistant Professor

  • College :

    College of Business Administration

  • Department :

    Accounting & Finance

Dr. Assim Abdel-razzaq is an Australian national, working as Assistant Professor in the College of Business Administration at PMU, KSA.

He received his B.Com degree from Yarmouk University, Jordan, in 2001, Master of Professional Accounting degree from University of Technology Sydney, Australia, in 2010, and his Ph.D. from Western Sydney University, Australia, in 2018.

Dr. Abdel-razzaq has several years of experience in teaching, research and curriculum development at graduate and undergraduate levels. He has also long industry accounting experience in both public & private sectors. Dr. Abdel-razzaq follows the teaching strategies and techniques that engage, inspire, motivate the students and provide them with an excellent learning experience.

His research interests include Accounting education, Financial Reporting, Audit and assurance, Environmental, Social and Governance, as well as Ethics and Professionalism. Dr. Abdel-razzaq is an active researcher and working to publish in refereed journals and participate in international conferences.

Dr. Abdel-razzaq hopes to contribute to preparing an outstanding generation of professional Accountant who can improve the decision making and foster the economy of KSA and the region.

  • Tareq, M., Abdel-Razzaq, A.I., Rahman, M.A. and Choudhury, T., 2021. Comparison of weighted and unweighted methods of wealth indices for assessing SOCIO-ECONOMIC status. Heliyon7(2), p.e06163.
  • Kamran, M., Butt, P., Abdel-Razzaq, A., & Djajadikerta, H. G. (2021). Is Bitcoin a safe haven? Application of FinTech to safeguard Australian stock markets. Studies in Economics and Finance.
  • Yousif Abdelrahim and Assim Abdel-Razzaq. Risk Aversion Among Nations: Do Indulgence And Long-Term Orientation Matter? 36th IBIMA Conference Proceedings: 4-5 November 2020, Granada, Spain
  • Abdel-razzaq, A. (2015), The institutional and political economic determinants of AAOIFIs’ standards adoption & compliance ', Islamic Perspective of Accounting, Finance, Economics, and Management 2015 (IPAFEM 2015) conference, 7 – 9 April 2015 at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. In Association with Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research ISSN: 1759-0817



  • Accounting education;
  • Financial Reporting;
  • Audit and assurance;
  • Environmental, Social and Governance;
  • Ethics and Professionalism.





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