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Dr Hadiza Sa'id

Lecturer in Accounting and Finance

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • Business School

Qualifications

  • PhD (University of Birmingham)

Summary

Hadiza joined the Hull University Business School in July 2010, after completing her PhD at the University of Birmingham.

During her time at the Birmingham Business School, she was involved in small group teaching on various aspects of management accounting.

Prior to pursuing her research interests and academic career, Hadiza worked in a commercial bank in Nigeria.

Book Chapter

A Study of the Operations of Formal and Informal Controls in a Multinational Subsidiary in Nigeria

Egbe, I., Tsamenyi, M., & Sa’id, H. (2012). A Study of the Operations of Formal and Informal Controls in a Multinational Subsidiary in Nigeria. In M. Mangena, & V. Tauringana (Eds.), Accounting in Africa, 1-29. Emerald. https://doi.org/10.1108/s1479-3563%282012%29000012a005

Journal Article

Deregulation, competition, and performance measurement of an African Airport: the case of Kotoka international airport of Ghana

Akwei, C., Tsamenyi, M., & Sa'id, H. (2012). Deregulation, competition, and performance measurement of an African Airport: the case of Kotoka international airport of Ghana. Thunderbird international business review, 54(4), 537-549. doi:10.1002/tie.21482

Exploring the development of Islamic banking in Nigeria using an actor-network theory perspective

Sa'id, H. (in press). Exploring the development of Islamic banking in Nigeria using an actor-network theory perspective. Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research, doi:10.1108/JIABR-02-2018-0027

Postgraduate supervision

Dr Sa'id welcomes applications in the area of management accounting change, Islamic accounting and finance and public sector reforms.

Completed PhDs

Alisher Erkaboev, Tax Evasion by Uzbekistan's Small and Micro Sized Enterprises: Conceptualised in a Throughput Model (2016)

Ibrahim E Albawwat, Throughput Model Embedded in Signaling Theory to Examine the Mechanism of How External Auditors Rely on the Internal Audit Function (2017)