Lecturer in Finance, The University of Queensland
Dr Haq's research interest centres on bank equity, and credit risks, bank regulation, capital adequacy requirement and market discipline, bank competition and efficiency, financial crises, and non-conventional banking (microfinance and Islamic finance). She is also interested in the area of corporate finance including dividend policy, capital structure, mergers and acquisitions.
Her research publications have appeared in international and Australian peer-reviewed journals. Dr Haq has received a number of competitive research grants. She is an active researcher and presents her work regularly at international and Australian conferences. Dr Haq teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. She also supervises honours, Masters and PhD students.
She holds Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Finance), Master of Commerce (Finance), Master of Science (Finance) and PhD degrees.
Islamic banks are less risky and more resilient than their counter parts in terms of bank capital requirement and mobilisation of deposits. Somewhat perversely, the global financial crisis presented a big opportunity to...