Dr Ainul Islam
Dr Islam joined the School in August 2010. He was previously at Massey University and the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. His main teaching interests include financial accounting, auditing and managerial accounting. His current research interests are in the areas of financial accounting, auditing, and corporate governance. Dr Islam is also a member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) and the Certified Practising Accountant (CPA), Australia.
Selection of publications
"Intellectual Capital and Market Performance: The Case of Multinational R&D Firms in the U.S." Journal of Developing Areas, 50(5), 2016, pp. 487-495. (Co-authored with Ariff, A.H.M. and Van Zijl, T.).
'Litigation risk, financial reporting and auditing: Survey of the Literature', Research in Accounting Regulation, 26, 2014, pp. 145-163. (Co-authored with Habib, A., Jiang, H., and Bhuiyuan, B.U.).
'Financial distress, earning management and market pricing of accurals during the global financial crisis, Managerial Finance, 29(2), 2013 (forthcoming). (Co-authored with Habib, A. and Bhuiyuan B.U.).
'Big 4 auditor affiliation and accruals quality in Bangladesh', Managerial Auditing Journal, 26(2), 2011, pp. 161-181. (Co-authored with Kabir, M.H., Sharma, D. and Salat, A.).
“Impact of IFRS in New Zealand on Accounts and Earnings Quality”, The Australian Accounting Review, No. 55 Vol. 20(4), 2010, pp. 343-357. (Co-authored)
“Consumption taxes in developing countries – the case of VAT in Bangladesh” – Australasian Tax Teachers Association (ATTA) Conference, 20-22 January 2010, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. (Co-authored)
“Impact of IFRS Adoption on Earnings Quality – Preliminary Evidence from New Zealand” The AFAANZ Conference, July4-7, 2009, Adelaide, Australia. (Co-authored)
“Approaches to Developing Accounting Standards in Bangladesh”, The Bangladesh Accountants - The Journal of the Institute of the Chartered Accountant of Bangladesh, October-December 2007, pp. 5-11. (Co-authored)
“Determinants and consequences of non-audit service fees: Preliminary Evidence from Bangladesh”, Managerial Auditing Journal Vol. 22(5), 2007, pp. 446-469. (Co-authored)
“The Test of Weak Form Market Efficiency: Evidence from Dhaka Stock Exchange” Journal of Business Finance and Accounting (JBFA), 32 (7) & (8), September/October 2005, pp.1613-1624 (Co-authored)