Dr Abdelmoneim Metwally
Lecturer in Accounting, Banking and Finance
Bangor Business School (Bangor University), BIBF Campus, Bahrain
Abdelmoneim Metwally joined Bangor Business School in 2018, as a Lecturer in Accounting, Banking and Finance. Prior to joining Bangor Business School, Abdelmoneim worked as a full time Lecturer at Assiut University, Egypt. Abdelmoneim has over fourteen years’ experience of lecturing at higher education institutions. He has taught, supervised and examined undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students in accounting and finance. Abdelmoneim has presented his research at a number of internationally recognised conferences, workshops, and seminars.
His current research interests focus on Management accounting and control in less developed countries; globalization of risk management discourses and control practices; management accounting perspectives on power, culture, geopolitics and identity; corporate governance and management accounting; ERM and management accounting; controllers’ role change through risk and other emerging issues.
- PhD Accounting and Finance, University of Glasgow, UK
- PG Certificate in Social Science Research Methods, University of Glasgow, UK
- Bachelor of Accountancy, Assiut University, Egypt
- ACC-1104 Introductory Management Accounting
- ABB-3101 Taxation
- ABB–3106 Advanced Investment Theory and Practice
- ABB-3105 Advanced Corporate Finance
- ABB–3106 Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice
- ABB–3107 Advanced Audit
Supervision of undergraduate research project
- Moustafa Abdelmotaleb, Abdelmoneim Bahy Eldin Mohamed Metwally, Sudhir K. Saha, (2018) “Exploring the impact of being perceived as a socially responsible organization on employee creativity”, Management Decision, Vol. 56 Issue: 11, pp.2325-2340, https://doi.org/10.1108/MD-06-2017-0552
- Mohamed Metwally, A. (2016) “Making sense of a story: illustrations from a case study of Enterprise Risk Management. NSBM Journal of Management, Vol.2 issue 2, pp.1-22. http://doi.org/10.4038/nsbmjm.v2i2.24
Working Papers (under review)
- “Institutional Ambidexterity and Management Control: The Role of Religious, Communal and Political Institutions”, Co-author: Ahmed Diab.
- “The hype of Risk-based Management Control: A Phronetic Approach”, Co-authors: Khaled Hussainey; Hesham Ali; Ahmed Diab.