Dr Tasawar Nawaz
Profiles

Tasawar Nawaz

Lecturer in Finance

Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Arts and Humanities)

Role

Program Manager International Business

Qualifications

PhD in Accountancy & Finance
MSc in International Economics
MBA in International Business
PGCert in Academic Practice

Professional membership

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)

Teaching interests


Financial Institutions & Markets | Financial Management | Applied Corporate Finance | Corporate Governance & Business Ethics | Islamic Banking & Finance

Research interests

Inclusive Financing (Financial Inclusion/Exclusion/Unbanked) | Corporate Governance | Islamic Banking & Finance | Microfinance | Political CSR | Intellectual Capital | Risk Disclosure | Supports Management | Human Capital | Higher Education & Internationalization

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Nawaz T & Virk N 2019 'Religious entrenchment and agency costs' Economics Letters , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2018 'Intellectual capital profiles and financial performance of Islamic banks in the UK' International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital 16, (1) 87-97 , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2018 'Internationalisation strategy, faculty response and academic preparedness for transnational teaching: the significance of pre-departure training' Education and Training , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2018 'Lifting the Lid on Financial Inclusion: Evidence from Emerging Economies' International Journal of Financial Studies 6, (2) PEARL
Nawaz T 2018 'Determinants and consequences of disruptive innovations: evidence from the UK financial services sector' Journal of Accounting and Management Information Systems 17, (2) 234-251 , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2018 'Conventional vs. Islamic banks in dual-banking systems: business model, outlay stratagems and economic performance' International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics 12, (4) 330-330 , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2018 'Sustainable academic development: an integrative approach to internationalisation and career headway in the higher education' International Journal of Higher Education and Sustainability 1, (4) , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2017 'Exploring the Nexus Between Human Capital, Corporate Governance and Performance: Evidence from Islamic Banks' Journal of Business Ethics , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2017 'Intellectual capital, financial crisis and performance of Islamic banks: Does Shariah governance matter?' International Journal of Business and Society 18, (1) 211-226 PEARL
Nawaz T 2017 'Momentum Investment Strategies, Corporate Governance, and Firm Performance: An Analysis of Islamic Banks' Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T & Haniffa R 2017 'Determinants of financial performance of Islamic banks: An intellectual capital perspective' Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2016 'Human capital development in socio-economic malaise: evidence from the UK' International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital 14, (1) 24-24 , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2016 'Determinants of sustainable growth: A comparative analysis of conventional and islamic banks' Corporate Ownership and Control 14, (1 continued 3) 403-413 , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 2016 'DETERMINANTS OF SUSTAINABLE GROWTH: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CONVENTIONAL AND ISLAMIC BANKS' Corporate Ownership and Control 14, (1) , DOI PEARL
Nawaz T 0 'The Subtle Art of Internationalisation of Higher Education' International Journal of Higher Educational and Research 8, (1) 153-163 PEARL
Chapters
Nawaz T 2019 'Expatriation in the Age of Austerity' Immigration and the Current Social, Political, and Economic Climate IGI Global 451-473 , DOI
Nawaz T 2016 'Expatriation in the Age of Austerity: An Analysis of Capital Mobilization Strategies of Self-Initiated Expatriates' in de Pablos OP; Tennyson D Handbook of Research on Human Resources Strategies for the New Millennial Workforce IGI Global Publisher Site , DOI
Conference Papers
Nawaz T, Haniffa R & Hudaib M 2014 'The Impact of Intellectual Capital on Corporate Performance of Islamic Financial Institutions' 519-526