Sr. LecturerBBA, University of Dhaka
M.Sc. in International Business with Finance, London South Bank University, United Kingdom
Bank Financial ManagementInternational FinanceRisk Management in Banking & FinanceCity University London, United Kingdom
Mr. Emran Ahmed is a Senior Lecturer of the Department of Business Administration of the World University of Bangladesh. Before joining this university, he worked as a lecturer of business studies at London Guildhall College in London, UK. He obtained his BBA from DU and M.Sc. degree with concentration in International Business and Finance from London South Bank University, UK. He has several publications in reputed local and international journals. He has attended various national and international seminars, symposiums and workshops. He is dedicated, resourceful and goal-driven professional educator with a solid commitment to the development of every student. He has demonstrated ability to consistently individualize instructions based on student's needs and interests. He is interested to do research and study on international finance and economics leading to Ph.D degree.
Bhuiya, M.I.I., Ahmed, E. and Mahmud. S.2014. Relative Performance of Bangladesh Export Processing Zones (BEPZs) and the Reasons for the Difference in Their Performance.Global Journal of Management and Business Research, 14(3), 29-40. Version: 1.0 e-ISSN: 2249-4588, p-ISSN: 0975-5853
Mahmud. S., Islam, R., Ahmed, E. and Bhuiya, M.I.I.2014. Computerized Accounting Systems;- The challenges faced by Accountants: A Comparative study between Traditional Accounting and Computerized Accounting.Journal of Business and Technical Progress, Business Review-Bangladesh, 3(1), 107-119.
Bhuiya, M.I.I., Ahmed, E. &Haque, M.E. 2015. Corporate International Diversification, Exchange Rate Exposure and Firm Value: An Analysis on United Kingdom Multinationals.International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, 3(3).
Ahmed, E., Islam, S. & Dona, P. D. 2015. The Effectiveness of the GATT through its Major Achievements and Failures as well as the Performance of the Creation of World Trade Organization (WTO).International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management(IJECM),3(5).