Mohammed Alzahrani is the Dean of the College of Industrial Management at King Fahd University of petroleum & Minerals where he also teaches finance courses for Undergraduate, MBA and EMBA programs. He was awarded a Ph.D. degree in Finance from Oklahoma State University and a Master’s degree in Finance from University of Colorado at Denver. His research interests include corporate finance, asset pricing, and the interrelations between markets, institutional settings and corporate finance. He is also the deputy executive director of King Fahd University endowment fund with current size around $250 million. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a member of several finance Associations in the US and worldwide. He is a board member in investment management firms and provides consultancy and training to several private, non-profit, and governmental organizations on financial and strategic issues.
Ph.D. in Finance from Oklahoma State University, US
MS in Finance from University of Colorado at Denver, US
B.S. in Finance with honors KFUPM
Mohammed Alzahrani, Ramesh P. Rao, 2014, Managerial Behavior and the Link between Stock Mispricing and Corporate Investments: Evidence fromMarket-to-Book Ratio Decomposition, Financial Review, 49, 89.
Alzahrani, Mohammed and Masih, Abul M. M. and Al-Titi, Omar, 2014, Linear and Non-Linear Granger Causality between Oil Spot and Futures Prices: A Wavelet Based Test, Journal of International Money and Finance, 48, 175-201.
Mohammed Alzahrani, Meziane Lasfer, 2012, Investor Protection, Taxation, and Dividends, Journal of Corporate Finance, 18(4), 745-762.
Mansur Masih, Mohammed Alzahrani, Omar Al-Titi, 2010, Systematic risk and time scales: New evidence from an application of waveletapproach to emerging Gulf stock markets, International Review of Financial Analysis, 19, 10-18.
Masih , Mansur, Alzahrani, Mohammed and Al-Titi, Omar, 2009, Systematic Risk and Time Scales: New Evidence from an Application of Wavelet Approach to the Emerging Gulf Stock Markets, International Review of Financial Analysis, 19, 10/18.
Areas of Interest
Asset pricing, and the interrelations between markets,
Institutional settings and corporate finance.