Profile of Dr. Muhammad Shahin Miah CPA

... Name Dr. Muhammad Shahin Miah CPA
Designation Assistant Professor
Last Degree PhD (New Zealand), CPA (Australia), MBA (Dhaka),BBA (Hons) Dhaka,
   

Academic Qualifications:

2017            PhD (New Zealand)

2017           CPA (Australia)

2010-2011  MBA (Accounting)University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

                    CGPA 4.00 out of 4.00 (First position)

2005-2009  BBA (Accounting)University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

                    CGPA 3.94 out of 4.00 (Second position)

Other Educations and Training:

  1. Econometrics (15 credits)- completed at Massey University
  2. Regression Analysis for Researchers (15 credits)-Completed at Massey University
  3. Research Methods in Accounting (15 credits) – Completed at Massey University
  4. Statistics for Business Research (15 credits)- Completed at Massey University

Dr. Shahin is currently working as an Assistant Professor of Accountancy, Department of International Business, University of Dhaka. Prior to current position, he worked as lecturer in the same Department. Before joining Dhaka University,  Dr. Shahin also worked in different Universities in Bangladesh including Jagannath University, East West University, Daffodil International University, UCSI University (Malaysia)-Bangladesh Campus. In addition, he also serves as adjunct faculty in different universities including North South University, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB). 

 

  1. Miah, M.S. (2018), “IFRS-Local GAAP Reconciliation Statements: Insights from the academic literature”, The Bangladesh Accountant- A Quarterly Journal”. ISSN: 1993-3649 (Print), April-June (p.48-55), Doi:http://www.icab.org.bd/icabweb/webNewsEventNoticeCir/view/424757
  2. Habib, A., Bhuiyan, M.B., Miah, M.S., and Huang, H. (2018) “Meta-Analysis of Audit Report Lag” Accepted for publication, International Journal of Auditing, Publisher: John Wiley & Sons (A-ranked Journal-ABDC ranking) https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/ijau.12136
  3. Miah, M.S., M. M. Hossain, and A. Noor. 2015. The Role of Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to Ensure Good Governance in Corporate Sector: The Bangladesh Perspective, Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 2, No.1 & 2,2012 published in 2015.
  4. Islam, M. S., M. S. Miah, and A. N. M. Fakir. 2015.  Environmental Accounting and Reporting Practices in the Corporate Sector of Bangladesh. Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 2, No.1 & 2, 2012.  published in 2015,

doi:https://www.researchgate.net/publication/284189154_Environmental_Accounting_and_Reporting_Practices_in_the_Corporate_Sector_of_Bangladesh.

  1. Miah, M.S., M. Z. Islam, and N. Islam. 2012. Value Relevance of Earning per Share (EPS) and Net Asset Value per Share (NAV): Association with and Implication on Stock Price Movement -A study on listed Companies in Dhaka Stock Exchange. The Bangladesh Accountant, Quarterly Journal of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh (ICAB), (October-December) 2012
  2. Miah, M.S., M. Z. Islam N, and A. Amin. 2012. Environmental Reporting: Present Status and Some Suggestive Guidelines for Listed Manufacturing Companies in Bangladesh. The Journal of Cost & Management” in the Institute of Cost & Management Accountants of Bangladesh (ICMAB), Vol. XL, No.6, (November-December).2012
  3. Uddin, K. R., M. S. Miah, and N. U. Bhuiyan. 2012. Effluent Treatment Plant: A tool for protecting Environment from Pollution.” in the journal of DU Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 33, No.2, December 2012.
  4. Fakir, A. N. M., M. S. Miah, and M. S. Hossain. 2013. Export Diversification and Role of Export Processing Zones (EPZ) in BangladeshASA Business Review, Vol.7 No.1, 2013. 

        9. Uddin, K. R, and M. S. Miah Six Sigma for Improving Productivity and Attaining Sustainable Performance Breakthrough: The Bangladesh Perspective” International Journal of  Business and Management.

Semester 2, 2018:

IB 309: Income and Corporate Taxation

Semester 1, 2018

IB 401: International Accounting and Auditing Standards

IB 102: Principles and Practices of Accounting

 IB 303: Cost and Management Accounting

Massey Doctoral Scholarships

Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand for  PhD [$ 75, 000]

The Deans Award

For outstanding academic performance in Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in 2009, University of Dhaka

The Deans Award

For outstanding academic performance in Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 2011, University of Dhaka

Merit Scholarships

For both BBA and MBA  from University of Dhaka

 

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS),

Auditing,

Financial Reporting,

Accounting Information Environment,

and Corporate Governance.

Semester 2, 2018:

IB 309: Income and Corporate Taxation

Semester 1, 2018

IB 401: International Accounting and Auditing Standards

IB 102: Principles and Practices of Accounting

 IB 303: Cost and Management Accounting

Biography:

Dr. Muhammad Shahin is an Assistant Professor, Department of International Business, Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka. He completed his PhD in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) at Massey University, New Zealand in 2017. His PhD thesis entitled as “Accounting Standards Complexity, Audit fees, and Analyst Forecasts in Australia”, which investigates the impact of accounting complexity arising from IFRS on users of financial accounting information namely auditors and financial analysts. Dr. Shahin worked as lecturer in different Universities including Auckland University of Technology (AUT, New Zealand), Massey University, University of Southern Queensland (USQ-Australia), Jagannath University (Bangladesh),  and East West University (Bangladesh). Dr. Shahin also worked as member of external moderation committee in different tertiary institutes in New Zealand. Notably, he also worked as leader of External Evaluation Review (EER) Team (from tertiary institute-side) which works in collaboration with New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA). His area of specialization is international financial reporting standards, analyst forecast properties, capital market-based studies, information quality, earnings management, and Auditing. He published his research in different journals including International Journal of AuditingThe Cost and Management (ICMAB), Journal of Business StudiesThe Bangladesh Accountant (ICAB), International Journal of Business Research and Management, and ASA Business Review.

Memberships and Affiliations:

Accounting & Finance Association Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) , British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA).

Presentations at conferences and seminars:

  1. Miah, M.S. (2018). Accounting Complexity, Analyst Forecast Properties, and Auditor Industry Specilization. British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Annual Conference 2018, Central London, UK [9th April-11th April].
  2. Miah, M.S. (2017). Accounting Complexity, Audit fees and Industry Specialization. 2017 AFAANZ, Adelaide, Australia.
  3. Miah, M.S (2016). Accounting Complexity, Audit fees, and Analyst Forecasts-Australian Perspective. Paper presented at Massey Business School 2016 PhD Symposium, Auckland New Zealand.
  4. Miah, M.S. (2015). Accounting Complexity, Audit fees, and Analyst Forecasts-Australian Perspective. Paper presented at Massey Business School Annual Doctoral Symposium on 27 August 2015, Palmerstone North, New Zealand.
  5. Miah, M.S (2014). IFRS Complexity, Audit fees, and Auditor Industry Specialisation Australian Perspective. Paper presented at Mid-year symposium for the Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, jointly organised by the University of Auckland and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) on July 4 2014, Auckland, New Zealand.
  6. Miah, M.S (2014). IFRS Complexity and Audit fees. Paper presented at Massey Business School Annual Doctoral Symposium on 12 November 2014, Auckland, New Zealand