Dr Mohamed Khalil

Dr Mohamed Khalil

Lecturer in Accounting and Finance and Programme Director for BSc Accounting and Financial Management

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • Hull University Business School

Qualifications

  • PhD

Summary

Mohamed Khalil is a lecturer in accounting and finance at Hull University Business School (HUBS).

He was previously a tutor, assistant lecturer, and lecturer in accounting at the Faculty of Commerce at Tanta University in Egypt.

Dr Khalil, who obtained his doctorate from the University of Hull, also acts as an ad-hoc reviewer for several accounting and finance journals.

Undergraduate

- Accounting and Finance

- Financial Reporting

- Financial Reporting (overseas)

- Research Methods

Postgraduate

- Corporate Performance Analysis

- Corporate Financial Management

- Research Methods

- Research Methods (MSc Accounting and Finance - overseas)

- Research Methods (MBA- overseas)

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Foreign institutional ownership and demand for accounting conservatism: evidence from an emerging market

Ozkanc, A., Khalil, M., Ozkan, A., & Yildiz, Y. (2020). Foreign institutional ownership and demand for accounting conservatism: evidence from an emerging market. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 55(1), 1-27. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11156-019-00834-3

Board independence, audit quality and earnings management: evidence from Egypt

Khalil, M., & Ozkan, A. (2016). Board independence, audit quality and earnings management: evidence from Egypt. Journal of emerging market finance, 15(1), 84-118. https://doi.org/10.1177/0972652715623701

Efficient contracting, earnings smoothing and managerial accounting discretion

Khalil, M., & Simon, J. (2014). Efficient contracting, earnings smoothing and managerial accounting discretion. Journal of applied accounting research, 15(1), 100-122. https://doi.org/10.1108/JAAR-06-2012-0050

Postgraduate supervision

I welcome applications in

- Financial reporting including, earnings management, earnings quality and accounting conservatism

- Corporate governance and ownership structure

- International financial reporting Standards

Completed PhDs:

1. Badriya N Al Shammakhi, 2017, Enhancing Auditors Fraud Risk Assessment by Using Throughput Model as a Decision Aid, second supervisor (2017)

2. Sarra Baroudi, Auditor Selection of Negotiation Strategies: The Effect of Motivational Factors and Bargaining Power under a Throughput Model, second supervisor (2017)

3. Faisal Al Hudithi, Throughput Modelling In Participative Budgeting, second supervisor (2017).

4. Sinan Al-Shaikh, The obstacles to the application of the International Accounting Standards in Transitional Developing Countries the Case of Iraq, Second supervisor (2018).

5. Sandy Harianto, The Impact of Political Connections on Real Earnings Management, Agency Conflicts and Investment Inefficiency: Evidence from Indonesia (50% joint supervision) (2020)

6. Hussen Al-Refiay, Audit Committee chair characteristics and Earnings Management : Evidence from the UK (50% joint supervision) (2020).

7. Hassan Elgendi, Essays of the economic consequences of information asymmetry and accounting conservatism in the merger and acquistion market (50% joint supervision) (2020).

Current PhD supervisions

1. Muwaffaq Ayaad, CEOs' facial masculinity and the maturity structure of corporate debt

External examiner role

External Examiner

2020 - 2023

Wolverhampton Business School

External Examiner

2018 - 2022

UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON