I was interviewed by the China Global Television Network (CGTN) in August 2018 on the topic of the implications of the US-China trade war on Australia. Click here to watch the interview. Continue reading What are the implication of the US-China trade war on Australia
In December 2018, I joined former Australian Foreign Minister, Bob Carr and Industry expert Sandy Plunkett to discuss the Tech war between the US and China. The event was organzied by the Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI, University of Technology Sydney, Australia. Continue reading US versus China- Who will dominate tech? ACRI event
Professor Douglas Dow from the Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne, Australia talks about his award-winning paper: Born global firms and accidental internationalists: Has Hennart (2014) opened a can of worms? Full-text of the paper available for free for a limited time from: https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/RIBS-02-2017-0012 Continue reading Prof. Douglas Dow on his 2017 RIBS-Emerald Literati Award winning paper.
The University of Technology Sydney Business School (UTSBS) will host the 2016 Academy of International Business-Australia and New Zealand (AIB-ANZ) Chapter Meeting during 11-12 November. The meeting with be held in UTSBS building in Sydney, Australia. For further details, please click on the following file —> AIB ANZ UTS Continue reading AIB-ANZ Chapter Meeting 2016, Sydney
Strategic Management Society Conference Sydney The Strategic Management Society is holding a conference in Sydney (6-8 December 2014). Important Dates May 1, 2014 Submission Deadline for Paper Proposals May 8, 2014 Co-Author Confirmation Deadline Early July, 2014 Notifications of Program … Continue reading Strategic Management Society Conference Sydney
Authors: Rania Kamla and Hussain G. Rammal Available online: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=17091293&show=abstract The study examines social reporting by Islamic banks with special emphasis on themes related to social justice. By using critical theory and ‘immanent critique’, the study attempts to explain and delineate reasons for disclosures and silences in Islamic banks’ annual reports and websites vis-à-vis social justice. Using Content analysis of annual reports and websites of 19 Islamic banks, the study finds that Islamic banks’ disclosures emphasis their religious character through claims that they adhere to Sharia’s teachings. Their disclosures, however, lack specific or detailed information regarding schemes or initiatives vis-à-vis poverty eradication or … Continue reading New Article: “Social Reporting by Islamic Banks: Does Social Justice Matter?” Published in Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal
Article Published in Accounting History Journal “Islamic Banking in Pakistan: A history of Emergent Accountability and Regulation” This study presents a history of the Islamic banking sector, its accountability and regulation in Pakistan, set in its contexts of the rise … Continue reading Article Published in Accounting History Journal “Islamic Banking in Pakistan: A history of Emergent Accountability and Regulation”