Dr. Muhammad Ullah

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Dr. Muhammad Ullah

Assistant Professor


PH.D. IN FINANCE [2017 – 2020] Université Clermont Auvergne – Clermont-Ferrand, France

MASTER’S DEGREE IN ACCOUNTING & FINANCE [2015 – 2016] Université Clermont Auvergne – Clermont-Ferrand, France

MBA BANKING AND FINANCE [2009 –2012] Institute of Management Sciences – Peshawar, Pakistan

Research Interests:

Corporate Finance; Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG); Financial Resilience; Crisis Management

Selected Publications

Azeem, N., Ullah, M., & Ullah, F. (2023). Board Gender Diversity and Firms’ Financial Resilience During the Covid-19 Pandemic. Finance Research Letters, 104332.

Ullah, M., Zahid, M., Rizvi, S. M. A. E. R., Qureshi, Q. G. M., & Ali, F. (2022). Do green supply chain management practices improve organizational resilience during the COVID-19 crisis? A survival analysis of global firms. Economics Letters, 219, 110802.

Marsat, S., Pijourlet, G., & Ullah, M. (2022). Does environmental performance help firms to be more resilient against environmental controversies? International evidence. Finance Research Letters, 44, 102028.

Marsat, S., Pijourlet, G., & Ullah, M. (2021). Is there a trade‐off between environmental performance and financial resilience? International evidence from the subprime crisis. Accounting & Finance, 61(3), 4061-4084.

Ali, F., Ullah, M., Ali, S. T., Yang, Z., & Ali, I. (2022). Board Diversity and Corporate Investment Decisions: Evidence from China. SAGE Open, 12(2)

Ali, S. T., Ali, F., Khan, A., Yang, Z., Ullah, M., & Ayalew, M. M. (2021). Heterogenic institutional investors and their influence on corporate innovation: Evidence from a transition economy. South African Journal of Business Management, 52(1), 13.

Ali, S. T., Zhang, J. H., Ali, F., Ayalew, M. M., & Ullah, M. (2023). Ideological Imprints and Corporate Innovation: Evidence from China. Journal of the Knowledge Economy, 1-40.

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