Assistant Professor in Finance, Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University
Abdulkader Mostafa is Assistant Professor in finance, where he teaches various finance courses since joining Edinburgh Business School in 2012. Dr Mostafa is a member of the Doctorate Research Committee where he mentors and supervises DBA students/ candidates.
Dr Mostafa completed his MSc and PhD degrees in the field of real estate investment and finance at Heriot-Watt University. His primary research is centred round real estate investment and finance.
Before joining Edinburgh Business School, Dr Mostafa spent over 20-years working in the commercial and investment banking sector. During his banking career, he participated in a large number of debt and equity market transactions, including corporate lending, project finance, syndicated lending, Islamic finance, corporate restructuring, private equity, mergers & acquisitions, initial public offerings and real estate investments and finance.
2017 – PhD, Heriot-Watt University
2011 – MSc, Heriot-Watt University
2001 – MBA, Heriot-Watt University
1983 – BA(Hons), Ain-Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
Mostafa, A. (2014) ‘Changing Financial Returns from House Buying:
Example of London Region (1975-2013)’ European Network for Housing Research Conference, Edinburgh.
Mostafa, A. (2017) ‘The Financial Returns from Buying versus Renting, the Experience of First Time Buyers in Different Regions of the UK, 1975-2011’ European Real Estate Society (ERES) Conference, Delft University, Netherlands.
Mostafa, A. (2018) ‘Overcoming the Affordable Housing Crisis in MENA Region - Proposed Solution’ Ankara University Conference.
Fadel, L., Mostafa, A. Brown, K. (2017) in Nic Craith, M. and Strani, K. (Eds.) ‘Intercultural Issues in Finance’, Intercultural Issues in Business Management (core course C48IB in the International Business Management Programme, HWU).
Mostafa, A. and Jones, C. (2019) ‘The Financial Returns from Buying versus Renting: The experience of first time buyers in different regions of Britain’ the Journal of European Real Estate Research.
Unlike the Germans, who are a nation of renters, the desire to be a homeowner is firmly rooted in the British psyche. In 2003, the proportion of UK households owning their own home reached a peak of almost 71%. While it...