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Dr Mohammed Mazumder

Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr Mohammed Mazumder joined Northumbria University in January 2020 as a Lecturer in Accounting. Before joining Northumbria University, he had taught at the University of Dhaka from 2008 to 2019. He has experience in teaching both Financial and Management Accounting at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He obtained his PhD from Tohoku University and an MBA in Accounting from the University of Dhaka. His current research interests primarily lie in corporate reporting practices, including risk reporting, intellectual reporting, CSR and sustainability reporting. He has published in international peer-reviewed journals including Business Ethics: A European Review, Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies, Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change, Journal of Operational Risk, International Journal of Comparative Management, Indian Journal of Corporate Governance. As a Fellow Cost and Management Accountant (FCMA), Dr Mazumder maintains a solid professional network and contributes extensively to professional development. 

Mohammed Mazumder

Corporate Reporting and Disclosure Quality, Corporate Governance, CSR and Sustainability Reporting

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Impression management tactics in Covid-19 related disclosures: a study on the annual reports of Bangladeshi listed insurance companies, Hossain, D., Alam, M., Mazumder, M. 12 Oct 2022, In: Asian Journal of Economics and Banking
  • Voluntary cybersecurity disclosure in the banking industry of Bangladesh: Does board composition matter?, Mazumder, M., Hossain, D. 8 Apr 2022, In: Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies
  • Gender-related discourses in corporate annual reports: an exploratory study on the Bangladeshi companies, Hossain, D., Alam, M., Mazumder, M., Amin, A. 1 Jun 2021, In: Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change
  • The spillover effect of the Bangladesh Bank cyber heist on banks’ cyber risk disclosures in Bangladesh, Mazumder, M., Sobhan, A. 22 Jan 2021, In: Journal of Operational Risk
  • Exploring the nature of risk disclosure in the annual report narratives of Bangladeshi pharmaceutical companies: an impression management perspective, Mazumder, M., Hossain, D. 2019, In: International Journal of Comparative Management
  • Intellectual capital reporting practices in an Islamic bank: A case study, Belal, A., Mazumder, M., Ali, M. 14 Mar 2019, In: Business ethics: a European review
  • Research on corporate risk reporting: Current trends and future avenues, Mazumder, M., Hossain, D. 1 Feb 2018, In: Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business
  • Re-examination of the non-linear relationship between management ownership and earnings management: evidence from Japan, Mazumder, M. 1 Jun 2017, In: Indian Journal of Corporate Governance
  • Exploring the impact of ownership structure on earnings predictability: insights from Japan, Mazumder, M. 1 Dec 2016, In: Indian Journal of Corporate Governance

  • PhD
  • MBA
  • FCMA
  • FHEA

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