Professor Mujibul Haque joined BRAC Business School (BBS) as a Professor of Finance and Associate Dean of Academics in May 2019. Previously, he has enjoyed his academic experiences at KIMEP and KBTU in Kazakhstan; Wichita State University and Texas Tech University in the USA; and North-South University and Southeast University in Bangladesh. Prior to full-time teaching, he obtained MS and Ph.D. degrees in Business Administration (with Finance specializations) from Texas Tech University, USA; and an MBA degree (with Marketing specialization) from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Over the last twenty-plus years, through teaching a wide variety of Finance courses – with due focus on theories, applications, contemporary issues, and local and regional financial systems and practices – he has been honored and delighted to exchange ideas, knowledge, and experiences with thousands of bright minds of global academic and business communities, at bachelor, master and doctoral levels.
Although teaching is his foremost joy and passion, he has also been privileged to serve in various administrative capacities over the years. These include Chair of Accounting and Finance Department, Associate Dean, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, Associate Dean in charge of Accreditation, Director of DBA, MBA and Executive MBA Programs, and Director of Professional Development Programs. In these roles, he has been engaged heavily in many aspects of academic affairs – particularly, in program management (quality assurance of learning and teaching, accreditation, operation, and promotion); new program development (designing, licensing, and launching) and management; and academic policy formulation and implementation – at the department, school/college and university levels. Also, he has been involved deeply in the strategic management process at all three levels.
His research interests and consultancy experiences are in the fields of Asymmetric Information and Development of Efficient Financial Markets and Institutions, Financial Literacy and Well-Being, Economic Policy Analysis, Financial Crisis: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Implications, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibilities, and International Parity Conditions and Arbitrage.