Dr. Fazlul Miah has wide range of teaching experiences in US colleges and universities as a graduate student and as a full time faculty member for seventeen years. He is also an accomplished researcher. His research works are published in journals, like, Economic Modelling, Research in International Business and Finance, American Business Review, Global Business and Economic Review, etc. He writes grant proposals regularly and some of his proposals were accepted for funding internally and also externally. Dr. Miah attends international conferences regularly at various capacities as presenter, discussant, and session chair. He is also active in professional organizations. Most recently, he was the president of Academy of International Business, US Southwest chapter.
Post Doc in Finance, Virginia Tech, USA
Ph.D. in Economics, Wayne State University, USA
MA International Relations, International University of Japan, Japan
M. Sc. Economics, International Islamic University, Pakistan
B. Sc. Economics, International Islamic University, Pakistan
Miah, Fazlul, Ahmed Ali Khalifa, Shawkat Hammoudeh, Further Evidence on the Rationality of Interest Rate Expectations: A Comprehensive Study of Developed and Emerging Economies, Economic Modelling, Accepted.
Miah, Fazlul, M. Saifur Rahman, and Khalid Albinali, January 2016, Rationality of survey based inflation expectations: A study of 18 emerging economies inflation forecasts, Research in International Business and Finance, 36, 158-166.
Khalid M. Dubas, Ronald D. Pressley, Assad Tavakoli, and Fazlul Hoque Miah, 2014, The impact of student engagement in a 3D virtual world on course outcomes, Innovative Marketing, 12 (2), 17 – 34.
Arif Sultan and Fazlul Miah, 2014, Mothers Work Intensity and Childhood Obesity: Further Evidence from US Survey Data, Global Journal of Finance and Economics, 11(2), 2014.
Abdoul Wane, Inder Nijhawan, Fazlul Miah, 2013, Income Disparities in the USA: Evidence in the Cape Fear Region in North Carolina Using ANOVA Analysis, Journal of International Management Studies, 13(1), 2013, 93 – 102.
AREA OF SPECIALIZATION:
Money and Banking
International Economic Development