Abdullah D. Al-Harbi
I am considered to have strong interpersonal, communications, leadership and technical skills. I truly enjoy the challenging tasks and I value the responsibility of working in a team. The ideal career that I envisioned for myself is to obtain a position with an organization that can utilize an energetic individual with a Ph.D. degree in accounting and several years of business experience and a can do attitude to enhance business processes utilizing the latest management techniques and information technologies. It is also my desire to put my comprehensive knowledge in business, economy, and IT to enhance existing businesses and create new opportunities. Strong in analysis of financial markets, financial systems, complex derivatives like options, technical analysis, fundamental analysis, and project management.
Ph.D. in Accounting, Florida Atlantic University, College of Business Boca Raton, FL, USA
Masters in Business & Entrepreneurship, Nova Southeastern University, College of Business Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
Masters of Accountancy, Case Western University (CWRU), Cleveland, OH, USA
B.S. in Business and Accounting, King Saudi University, College of Economics & Business, Qassim, Saudi Arabia
Abdullah D. Al-Harbi, 2009, The differential valuation weights of Cash Flow-based Measures v.s Accrual-based Measures in Valuing High-technology Stocks, Journal of Business & Policy Research, 4(2), 124-137.
Area of Specialization
Financial and Managerial Accounting & Capital market-based research