Prof. Dr. Ather Azim Khan

Prof. Dr. Ather Azim Khan

Professor

Faculty of Management Studies

ather.azim@ucp.edu.pk, athere119@hotmail.com
+92-042-37169673, 0321-4028246

Dr. Ather Azim Khan is professor of Finance and Accounting. He has been associated with the University of Central Punjab for the last fifteen years. He has been a Fellow member of Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan, he holds a PhD in Microfinance from University of Central Punjab. He has the unique distinction of being the first PhD from UCP. Dr. Ather is a dynamic person and has interests in many curricular and extra-curricular activities. At the University of Central Punjab, he is working as Director, School of Accounting and Finance-SAF, Associate Dean, Faculty of Management Studies, and Director Volunteers in Service (VIS) Program. He teaches several courses related to Accounting and Finance in various universities and has written several research articles. He has about 22 years of work experience including his professional experience in the industry, where he worked as Director Finance and Chief Accountant in different organizations. Dr. Khan has been a member of Curriculum Committee of HEC. Currently, he is a member of Finance Committees of PEEF and Akhuwat. He delivers lectures at government departments, banks and other institutions of high eminence. He heads the Research and Development Center of School of Accounting and Finance and is the editor of Paradigms, the research journal of University of Central Punjab. He has written several articles and books and he supervises research work at Master’s/M.Phil. and PhD level. Professor Khan was also a member of Research and Publication Committee of ICMAP. Dr. Ather is a literary scholar and a classical Urdu poet. He has an outstanding ability to make an effective use of his time by performing several tasks simultaneously. Dr. Khan is a true role model for students and there are many who are pursuing their higher education dreams by following in the footsteps of this great personality

Ph.D.MicrofinanceUniversity of Central Punjab
M.Phil.FinanceUniversity of Central Punjab
DiplomaIslamic Studies -
FellowCost and Management AccountantICMAP
Director, School of Accounting and FinanceUniversity of Central Punjab
Associate Dean, Faculty of Management StudiesUniversity of Central Punjab2016-2018
Associate Dean, Faculty of Commerce University of Central Punjab2013 - 2016
Director VIS University of Central Punjab2011- present
Dean Faculty of CommerceUniversity of Central Punjab2005 – 2009
Head, Faculty of CommerceUniversity of Central Punjab2002-2005
Director Finance & Associate Professor The University of Lahore1999-2002
Faculty MemberPremier College of Business Administration1998-1999
Financial ControllerData Textiles Limited1995
Faculty MemberHajvery University1993-94 & 1996-98
Chief Accountant Tripple Em Pvt. Ltd.1994
1Khan, A. A., Mustafa, F., Khursheed, A., Siddiqui, F. (2018). Social Business Innovation: Comparison of Operational Efficiency of Microfinance Institutions in Pakistan. Pyrex Journal of Business and Finance Management Research 4(3), 12-20
2Khan, A. A., Mustafa, F., Khursheed, A. (2018). Impact of Global Financial Crisis on Socially Innovative Microfinance Institutions in Pakistan. Journal of Accounting, Finance, and Auditing Studies 4(3), 67-86
3Khan. A. A., Shakir, A. U., and Kareem, A., Haider, S. R. (2018). Public spending and economic growth: A casestudy of developed nations. Paradigms 12(1), 31-37
4Khan, A. A., Zaki, W., & Bokhari, I. H. (2017). Impact of microfinance on the involvement of women in decision making and ownership. NUML International Journal of Business and Management, 12(2), 61-74
5Khan, A. A., & Bhutta, A. Y. (2018). Relationship between industrial electricity, employment, and economic growth. European Online Journal of Natural and Social Sciences. 7(2), 407-423
6Khan, A. A., Khan, Z. A., & Butt, S. (2017). Determinants of financial self-sufficiency in microfinance institutions: A study of Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh. European Online Journal of Natural and Social Sciences, 6(2), 296-301.
7Khan A. A., Mehmood S. (2016). Dynamics of Intra-industry specialization between Pakistan and China. Central Asia, 74, 115-132
8Khan A. A., Mehmood, S., & Ahmad, Z. (2016). Dynamic Relationships between Tourist Arrivals, Immigrants, and Crimes in the United States. Tourism Management, 54, 383-392.
9Khan, A. A., Mustafa, F., Khursheed, A., Siddiqui, F. (2018). Social Business Innovation: Comparison of Operational Efficiency of Microfinance Institutions in Pakistan. Pyrex Journal of Business and Finance Management Research 4(3), 12-20
10Khan, A. A., Asif, M., & Mehar, M. R. (2015). Co-integration and Granger Causality Test of Crude Oil Price, Exchange Rate, KIBOR and Consumer Price Index of Pakistan. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies, 3(1), 319-322.
11Khan, A. A., Ahmad, M. A. I., & Ahmad, Z. (2014). Performance Analysis of Microfinance Institutions of India. Paradigms: A Research Journal of Commerce, Economics, and Social Sciences, 8(1), 1-14.
12Khan, A. A., Ahmad, Z., & Tariq, A. (2012). Stock market development and economic growth: A comparative study of Pakistan and Bangladesh. African Journal of Business Management, 6(8), 2985.
13Khan, A., & Khan, K. (2011). Dividend Policy and Stock Prices–A Case of KSE-100 Index Companies. Cell, 321, 4028246.
14Khan, A. A. (2010). Analysis of Critical Factors of Microfinance Institutions of Pakistan. Paradigms: A Research Journal of Commerce, Economics, and Social Sciences, 4(1), 24-47.
15Khan, A. A., Aslam, Q., & Zahra, K. (2008). Problems of Knitwear Industry of Pakistan. Paradigms: A Research Journal of Commerce, Economics, and Social Sciences, 3(1), 1-33.
16Khan, A. A. (2007). Role of capacity building in microfinance. Paradigms, 1(1), 38-57.
17Khan, A. A. (2007). Role of Capacity Building in Micro Finance: A Model of Effective Capacity Building. Paradigms: A Research Journal of Commerce, Economics, and Social Sciences, 1-2, 34-54.

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