Dr Kashif Saleem is a finance specialist with a keen research interest in asset pricing, energy economics, risk management, econometric modelling, asset management, valuation, corporate governance, derivatives, and emerging financial markets.
QUALIFICATIONS: PhD, Economics and Business Administration, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland; MSc Economics, Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, Finland; MSc Business Economics, University of the Punjab Pakistan; BCom Auditing and Accounting, University of the Punjab, Pakistan
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Dr Kashif Saleem is an Associate Professor and the Program Leader for the Master of Applied Finance program. He is a finance specialist with a keen research interest in asset pricing, energy economics, risk management, econometric modelling, asset management, valuation, corporate governance, derivatives, and emerging financial markets.
Currently teaching on UOWD’s advanced managerial finance, quantitative economic analysis and corporate finance subjects, Dr Saleem brings with him significant international academic experience having previously been employed by LUT School of Business, Lappeenrata University of Technology, Finland as an Associate Professor in Finance and by St Petersburg State University’s Graduate School of Management as a Visiting Professor.
He is a member of the Multinational Finance Society, the Graduate School of Finance, Finland, the Eurasia Business and Economics Society, the American Finance Association, the European Finance Association and the European Financial Management Association. He is also an Editorial Board Member of the Eurasian Journal of Business and Management.
With 171 citations, Dr Saleem also has an impressive research profile and has had a number of articles published in peer reviewed international journals, alongside numerous conference presentations.
His recent publications include:
“Over investment, growth opportunities and firm performance: Evidence from Singapore stock market”. Corporate Ownership and Control, Volume 12, Issue 3, Pages 454-467, 2015.
“Oil Risk and Asset Returns: Evidence from Emerging Markets in the Middle East”. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Volume 50, Issue 3, Pages 169-189, 2014
“Modeling Long Memory in the Russian Stock Market: Evidence from Major Sectoral Indices”. Journal of Applied Business Research, Volume 30, Issue 2, Pages 567-574, 2014.
“Transfer of Risk in Emerging Eastern European Stock Markets: A Sectoral Perspective”. International Business Research, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 134-145, 2014.
“Market Integration, Return and Volatility Dynamics: Empirical Evidence from African Stock Markets”. International Business Research, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 30-44, 2014.
“Transmission of the Subprime Crisis: Evidence from Industrial and Financial Sectors of BRIC Countries”. Journal of Applied Business Research, Volume 29, Issue 5, Pages 1469-1478, 2013.
“Inflation risk, exchange rate risk and asset returns: evidence from Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan”. Journal of Applied Business Research, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 1209-1222, 2013.
“Regional integration: Evidence from Africa, African Journal of Business Management, Volume 7, Issue 22, Pages 2086-2096, 2013.