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- Ph D Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Glasgow, Scotland
- M Phil School of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester, UK
- M com Department of Accounting, Dhaka University, Bangladesh
- CMA Institute of Cost and Management Accountants, Bangladesh
Mahmood joined Auckland University of Technology in 2008 as a senior lecturer. Before his present position, he has worked in the School of Accountancy, Massey University New Zealand as a lecturer. Mahmood's teaching experience also includes teaching at Glasgow University, Scotland [as a tutor] and at the Islamic University of Kushtia Bangladesh as an Assistant Professor.
Mahmood is a professionally qualified cost and management accountant, who in 2006, completed hisy Ph D in social accounting from Glasgow University.
Expertise in Degree and Postgraduate Teaching
- Financial accounting, management accounting, and social & environmental accounting
- Management accounting and advance management accounting (Level 6 and Level 7 papers)
Interests in Research Supervision
- Corporate social responsibility and reporting, especially in emerging economy
- Corporate accountability issues of multinational corporations
- Sustainability reporting issues
Corporate social responsibility and reporting; corporate accountability in globalization context
Current Research Projects:
- Corporate social responsibility and reporting by subsidiaries of multinational corporations in a developing country: An exploration
- Gramscian ideological hegemony and CSR literature: looking for new lenses
Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Journal
1. Hossain, M., Momin, M., A., and Al-Naama, K. (2014). Female manager’s perception regarding female participation in corporate boardroom: Evidence from an emerging country. Academy of Taiwan Business management Review. Volume 10(3), pp.1-19. A “B” tiered journal according to ABDC ranking.
2. Momin, M., and Parker, L., D. (2013). Motivations for Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting by MNC subsidiaries in an emerging country: the case of Bangladesh. British Accounting Review. 45(3) 215-228. An “A” tiered journal according to both ABDC and ERA ranking.
3. Momin, M. (2013). Social and Environmental NGO’s perception of Corporate Social Disclosure: the case of Bangladesh. Accounting Forum 37(2) 150-161. A “B” tiered journal according to ERA ranking.
4. AlNaimi, A. H., Hossain, M. A., & Momin, M. A. (2012). Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in Qatar: A descriptive Analysis. Social Responsibility Journal, 8(4), 511-526. A “B” tiered journal according to ABDC ranking.
5. Hossain, M., Momin, M. and Shirely, L. (2012) Internet Financial Reporting and Disclosure by listed Companies: Further Evidence from an Emerging Country. Corporate Ownership and Control, 9(4), 351-366. A “B” tiered journal according to both ABDC and ERA ranking.
6. Momin, M., & Hossain, M. (2011). Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Reporting by Multinational Corporations (MNCs) subsidiaries in an Emerging Country: A descriptive analysis. Corporate Ownership and Control, 9(1), 96-115. A “B” tiered journal according to ABDC and ERA ranking.
7. Belal, A., and Momin, M. (2009) “Corporate social reporting in emerging economies: A review and future direction” Research in Accounting in Emerging Economics. Volume 9, pp.119-145. A “C” tiered journal according to ABDC ranking.
8. Hossain, M. and Momin, M. (2008) “A survey of the extent of corporate social disclosure: the case of banking companies in India” Corporate Ownership and Control, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp.286-293. A “B” tiered journal according to ABDC and ERA ranking.
9. Momin, M. and Shaoul, J. (2004) “A stakeholder analysis of market-based economic policies: the case of the fertilizer industry in Bangladesh”, Research in Accounting in Emerging Economics, Suplement-2, pp. 407-441. A “C” tiered journal according to ABDC journal.
Refereed conference proceedings
10. NGOs perception of Corporate Social Disclosure in Bangladesh. Conference paper, ARA Conference 26th November 2010, Manukau Institute of Technology, Auckland.
11. Civil society’s view on Corporate Social Disclosure through Gramscian lenses. APIRA 2010 Conference, 12 & 13 July 2010, Sydney, Australia.
12. The view of selected NGOs on corporate social disclosure in Bangladesh, IPA conference, 9-11 July 2009, Innsbruck, Austria.
13. Making interview sense: an experience from a developing country, 5th APIRA Conference, 8-10 July 2007, Auckland, New Zealand.