Atiqur Khan is a Senior Research Fellow in Bangor Business School under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF). As a Research Fellow, the main task is to conduct research on 'Environmental Sustainability and Bank Resilience' under the supervision of Prof Yener Altunbas. The research project is awarded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020. His research interest includes banking system resilience, banking regulations and risk management, macroeconomic dynamics, sustainability and environmental issues in financial system, and renewable energy. He has experiences in managing research grants, and supervising HDR students.
- PhD: The Exposure of Bangladeshi Commercial Banks to Macroeconomic Shocks: An Empirical Study
Rajshahi University, 2010–2013
Atiqur Khan is experienced in desining and conducting teaching & learning modules in both the undergrad and postgrad levels within the broad area of Banking and Finance. The modules include Corporate Finance, Managerial Finance, Bank Management, International Banking, Business Forecasting, Financial Statement Analysis.
Research Students Supervision
- Ronnie Soh Jim Lock, PhD (ongoing); Thesis title: Impact of Blockholders on Firm Control and Performance: Evidence from Singapore Listed Companies (co-supervisor), Curtin University, Australia.
- Ho Jie Min, MPhil (awarded in 2017); Thesis title: Impacts of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on Corporate Financial Performance (CFP) across Environmental Sensitive Companies (co-supervisor), Curtin University, Sarawak, Malaysia.
- Md Zakir Hossain, MPhil (awarded in 2016); Thesis title: Demystifying Basel-III for Banks in Emerging Market Economy (Lead-supervisor), Curtin University, Sarawak, Malaysia.
- 2020__ Faith‐based versus value‐based finance: Is there any portfolio diversification benefit between responsible and Islamic finance? (with Ali, M. H., Uddin, M. A., and Goud, B). International Journal of Finance & Economics. article link
- 2020__Bioelectricity in Malaysia: Economic Feasibility, Environmental and Deforestation implications (with Szulczyk, K. R., Cheema, M. A., and Cullen, R.), The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 64(2), 294-321. article link
- 2019__A Forward Looking Small Semi-Structural Macroeconomic Model for Bangladesh (with Sadique, M. S.), The Journal of Developing Areas, 53(2), Spring. article link
- 2019__How vulnerable are commercial banks to macroeconomic shocks? The case of Bangladesh (with Sadique, M. S., Wadud, I. K. M. M., and Karim, M.), Current Analysis on Economics & Finance, 1, 27-37. article link
- 2018__The Potential and Environmental Ramifications of Palm Biodiesel: Evidence from Malaysia (with Szulczyk, K. R.), Journal of Cleaner Production, 203, 260-272. article link
- 2018__Basel III and perceived resilience of banks in the BRICS economies (with Hossain, M. Z., and Sadique, M. S.), Applied Economics 50 (19), 2133-2146. article link
- 2014__What Influence Credit Card Debts in Young Consumers in Malaysia (with Alam, S. S., Rahim, R. A., and Haq, M. R.), Journal of Public Administration, Finance and Law, 6, 106-16. article link
- 2014__Insider Trading: An Obstacle to the Development of Stock Market (with Karim, M. M., and Hossain, M. Z.), Janata Bank Journal of Money, Finane and Development, 1(1)
- 2012__E-Banking and Extended Risks: How to Deal with the Challenge? (with Karim, M. M.), Rajshahi University Journal of Social Science and Business Studies, 20.
- 2012__Asset Securitization: A Solution of Non Performing Loans (NPLs) of Commercial Banks in Bangladesh (with Karim, M. M., and Uddin, M.R.), Journal of Business Studies, 3.
- 2010__Stock Prices and Exchange Rates Dynamics in Context of Bangladesh (Hossain, M. Z., and Karim, M. M.), Journal of Socioeconomic Research & Development, 7(5).
- 2019__Capital and Liquidity Regulations, Resilience, and Bank Value in Sinem, D.K. edited “Valuation Challenges and Solutions in Contemporary Businesses”, IGI Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA. chapter link
- Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF). European Union (Call: H2020-MSCA-IF-2019) – €224,933.76 Project Title: Environmental Sustainability Engagement of Banks and Systemic Risk; with Prof. Yener Altunbas, Bangor Business School, Bangor University.
- MyGRANTS - FRGS 2016-1: RM50,000; Project Title: A Dynamic General Equilibrium Model to Mitigate Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Malaysian Agriculture Sector; with Dr. Kenneth Ray Szulczyk, Dr. Pauline Ho, Dr. Yap Chin Seng, and Dr. Changyong Zhang, Curtin University Sarawak, Malaysia.
- Curtin Sarawak Collaborative Research (CSCR) Grant – RM50,000; Project Title: Using PDE Method to Prove Convergence of Weak Euler Approximation for Stochastic Differential Equations and Simulating Applications in Finance; with Dr. Changyong Zhang & Prof. Remigijus Mikulevicius, Curtin University Sarawak, Malaysia.