Details

Name
Dr Masud Usman Ibrahim
Address 1
Priory Street
Address 2
Coventry Business School
Position
Senior Lecturer in (Energy & Environmental) Accounting
City
Coventry
Postcode
CV1 5FB
Country
United Kingdom
Email
masudibraheem@yahoo.com
Alternative Email
masudibrahem@gmail.com
Personal Website
https://pureportal.coventry.ac.uk/en/persons/masud-ibrahim
LinkedIn
https://www.linkedin.com/in/mas-ud-ibrahim-baaa5627/
EURAMES Member
No
AFMA Member
No
MESA Member
No
BASIS Member
Yes
Member of
African Studies Association of the UK
Discipline 1
Finance
Geographical Area 1
United Kingdom
Middle Eastern Area
The Arabian Peninsula
Languages Mastered
English
Proficiency
Qualifications
Robert Gordon University
Early Career Researcher
Yes
Biography
I have held various teaching roles at different Universities both in the U.K. and abroad before joining Coventry University in 2015. As a qualified chartered accountant, I have successfully prepared students for professional qualifications. I am passionate about understanding dynamic relationships between key players in the energy markets and how such relationships could influence energy price formation and development of international accounting standards particularly for extractive industries. Other research areas include environmental accounting (including climate change), resource accountability, corruption in emerging economies and reputational management. I am also responsible for module leading School’s postgraduate and undergraduate dissertations/research methods (M45EFA/M99EFA/M25EFA/M21EFA and 385ACC). In addition to the PhD supervision experience, I have chaired over 10 PhD and MPhil Vivas.
Research description
I have published in Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management journal, Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies and I am currently working towards publishing other research outputs in highly reputable academic journals. I am also in collaboration with academics within and outside Coventry University on projects that have attracted funding. Area of Expertise: Financial reporting Research methods Resource governance/accountability Reputational management Corporate governance/social responsibility Energy and environmental accounting (including climate change)
Recent publications
• Ibrahim, M. and Omoteso, K. (2018) Cheating behaviour among OPEC member-states and oil price stability: an implication for greenhouse gas emissions abatement target. Review stage in International Journal on Global Issues A rated in ABDC Ranking. • Boolaky, P. K., Omoteso, K., Ibrahim, M. and Adelopo, I. (2018) The accounting development and IFRS adoption in selected MENA countries, Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies, 8, 3, pp ??-?? 2* ABS Ranking. • Ibrahim, M., Russell, A. and Tarbert, H. (2018) An empirical review of OPEC performance in countering high oil price volatility in the oil markets. To be submitted to Energy Policy Journal in November, 2018 2* ABS Ranking.
Additional Info 1
Energy Accounting and Finance; Financial Reporting; Reputation Management; Oil Markets; Regulation and Governance
Additional Info 2
Energy and Environmental Accounting
External Funders
0
Contemporary Relevance