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FAST School of Management

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Dr. Adnan Shoaib
Assistant Professor

Introduction

Dr. Adnan Shoaib is Assistant Professor of Finance at FAST School of Management, Islamabad Campus. He completed his Doctorate Degree in Finance from Bahria University Islamabad in 2017.  He has nine years of extensive academic experience. He also worked as consultant panel member of NMC in 2015.  Dr. Shoaib began his study of finance from COMSATS University Islamabad, where in 2008 he received BS (BA)-Hons-4 years degree with Chancellor Gold Medal. After BS (BA) in finance, he completed Master of Business Administration (MBA) from National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences (FAST NU) Islamabad. After MBA he started teaching as Lecturer at HITEC University Taxila and concurrently pursued M-Phil qualification. He received his M-Phill (finance) Degree from National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in 2011. He achieved medals and distinctions throughout in his academic career.  Since 2010, he has been regularly teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses in Finance, economics, statistics, econometrics, and research methods to the students of Finance and accounting at various institutions.

Mr. Shoaib is an academic orator and a regular participant in academic activities. His research ranges across the fields of finance, Accounting and financial econometrics. He has also worked as Research Consultant and ORIC member at different academic institutions. Moreover, he remained the certified trainer of statistical software like SPSS and SAS in 2014. He also taught courses in virtual campus of CIIT through video recording facility. His area of special interest is Financial Modelling Dynamics, Investment management, International Financial Management, Data mining and Financial Econometrics. His work has been published in the highly indexed and abstracted journals such as Investment Analyst Journal, Australasian Accounting Business & Finance Journal and many other. He also chaired and presented research in internationally indexed conferences of Global Academic Institute (GAI). Additionally, he is the member of Research Paper Reviewing Committee of Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group and Cogent Group Journals.

Research Papers

  • Shoaib, A., & Siddiqui, M. A. (2017). “LONG RUN ADJUSTMENT OF SIZE, VALUE, MOMENTUM AND GROWTH PREMIUM IN EQUITY RETURNS: EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH ASIAN EMERGING MARKETS”. Investment Analysts Journal. doi:10.1080/10293523.2016.1275427. 2077-0227. Routhledge Taylor and Francis. (ISI Indexed Impact Factor 0.89)
  • Shoaib, A., & Siddiqui, M. A. (2016). “ESTIMATING SHORT RUN AND LONG RUN COEFFICIENTS OF FUNDAMENTALS FACTORS WITH GROWTH AND MOMENTUM FACTOR: EVIDENCE FROM EMERGING MARKETS”. Australasian Accounting Business & Finance Journal, 10(4), 17. (ISI Indexed)
  • Shoaib, A., & Siddiqui, M. A. (2016). “QUANTILE METHODS FOR TESTING THE APPLICABILITY OF CAPM AND FF-MODEL IN PAKISTAN”. Global Journal of Management and Corporate Studies. Vo. 6. No. 2. ISSN. 2219 -6145. (HEC Y Category)
  • Shoaib, A., & Siddiqui, M. A. (2016). “TESTING LONG RUN CONSISTENCY OF FUNDAMENTAL FACTOR MODELS WITH MOMENTUM AND GROWTH AS PRICE RISK FACTOR: EVIDENCE FROM EMERGING MARKETS”. Science International, 28(3). (HEC Y Category)
  • Siddiqui, M. A. and Shoaib, A., (2012) “ENERGY PERSPECTIVE OF SUGAR INDUSTRIES IN PAKISTAN: DETERMINANTS AND PARADIGM SHIFT” Journal of Distribution Science (Impact factor 0.21/Kor factor 3.01), Vol. 10(2), pp-7-17, 29, February, 2012, Print ISSN: 1738-3110 / Online ISSN: 2093-7717, Korean Distribution Science Association, Korea. (ISI Indexed)
  • Gohar, R and Shoaib A., (2011) "ACHIEVING THE OPTIMAL CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND ITS IMPACT ON PAKISTANI BANKING PERFORMANCE " International Review of Business Research Papers (IRBRP), Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 9-24, May 2011, ISSN: 1832-9543, Malaysia. (Scopus)
  • Siddiqui. M.A. and Shoaib A., (2011). “MEASURING PERFORMANCE THROUGH CAPITAL STRUCTURE: EVIDENCE FROM BANKING SECTOR OF PAKISTAN”, African Journal of Business Management (AJBM- Impact Factor 1.105), Vol. 5(5), pp.1871-1879, 4 March, 2011, ISSN 1993-8233 ©2011 Academic Journals (Impact factor 1.06)

Conference Papers

  • Shoaib, A., & Siddiqui, M. A. (2016, October). QUANTILE METHODS FOR TESTING THE APPLICABILITY OF CAPM AND FF-MODEL IN PAKISTAN. In GAI International Academic Conferences Proceedings (p. 78). Istanbul. Turkey (ISI Indexed Conference) ISBN : 978-0-9965808-5-4
  • ‘ACHIEVING OPTIMAL CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND ITS IMPACT ON BANK PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM BANKING SECTOR OF PAKISTAN’, South Asian international conference 2010 (SAICON 2010)
  • ‘LONG TERM POST-MERGER PERFORMANCE OF THE FIRMS: EVIDENCE FROM THE SOUTH-ASIAN COUNTRIES’, 3rd FAST-NU Multi Topic Graduate Workshop
  • "ACHIEVING THE OPTIMAL CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND ITS IMPACT ON PAKISTANI BANKING PERFORMANCE ", Asia-Pacific Business Research Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Education

  • Ph.D(Finance), Bahria University Islamabad, Pakistan (2017)
  • M-Phil(Finance), National University of Science and Technology, Pakistan (2011)
  • MBA(Finance), FAST National University Islamabad, Pakistan (2009)
  • BS(Hons)(Finance), COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan (2008)