Tamer Mohamed Farahat Hemada Elshandidy

Tamer Mohamed Farahat Hemada Elshandidy

Professor, Director of DBA Program
Ext: 6274

Tamer Elshandidy is a Professor of Accounting and Director of the DBA Program at the College of Business Administration, Ajman University, UAE. Before that, he was a Professor of Accounting and the Head of the Accounting and Finance Division at Bradford University School of Management, UK. Before that, he was an Associate and an Assistant Professor in Accounting at the University of Nottingham and the University of Bristol, UK, respectively. He has published his research in internationally recognized journals (mostly A* and A in ABDC or 3* in ABS). Some of this research has been awarded the most cited paper certificates.​ Professor Elshandidy served as a referee for the following: Academic journals (mostly A* and A in ABDC or 3* in ABS); Fund-providers (the British Academy, the European Science Foundation); and Publishers (Oxford University Press).

Education
  • PhD in Accounting (Risk Reporting Incentives: A Cross-Country Study), the University of Stirling, UK, 2012
  • MSc in Accounting (A proposed Framework for Arab Regional Accounting Harmonization: An Empirical Study), the University of Helwan, Egypt, 2004
  • B.Com (Accounting Major), the University of Helwan, Egypt, 1998
Experience
  • Professor of Accounting, Head of Accounting and Finance Division, Bradford University, UK
  • Associate Professor of Accounting, PhD Coordinator (Accounting), the University of Nottingham, UK
  • Assistant Professor in Accounting, PhD Coordinator (Accounting and Finance), the University of Bristol, UK
  • Lecturer in Statistics, the National Institution of Quality and Productivity (NIQP), Egypt
  • External Assessor for Research Excellence Framework (REF) Submissions 2021: Durham Business School and Newcastle Business School, UK
  • External Examiner for Roehampton Business School, Southampton Business School, and Nottingham University Business School, UK
  • The Centre for Inclusion and Collaborative Partnerships (CICP), the Open University, UK: Revalidation for the BSc (Hons) Business Administration, The American College of Greece, ACG; Validation for the BA (Hons) in Accountancy, at Leeds City College, UK
  • Ad-hoc Referee: Abacus; Accounting and Business Research; Accounting and Finance; Accounting Forum; Accounting in Europe; Accounting and public Policy; Advances in Accounting; British Accounting Review; Business Strategy and Environment; Corporate Governance: An International Review; European Accounting Review; Journal of Banking and Finance; Journal of Business Finance and Accounting; Journal of Business Research; and International Review of Financial Analysis.
  • PhD supervision: 8 students till completion at the University of Bristol, UK, and Bradford University, UK ; 2 ongoing supervisions at Bradford University, UK.
  • PhD examination: 7 students at the University of Bristol, University of West of England, Portsmouth Business School, Kingston Business School, UK.
  • MSc supervision: 87 students (35 MSc students at the University of Stirling, UK; 42 MSc students at the University of Bristol, UK; and 10 MSc students at the University of Nottingham, UK).
  • MSc Examination: 107 MSc dissertations (45 dissertations at the University of Stirling, UK; 52 dissertations at the University of Bristol, UK; and 10 dissertations at the University of Nottingham, UK).
Teaching Area
  • Financial Accounting/Reporting, International Accounting, and Quantitative Research Methods
Research
  • Textual analysis, Corporate (risk) disclosure strategies, Corporate governance, IFRS implications, and Market-based accounting research
Publications
  • Acheampong, A, and Elshandidy, T. (2021). Does soft information determine credit risk? Text-based evidence from European banks. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money.(A in ABDC, 3* in ABS, Q1in Scopus).
  • Elshandidy, T., Zeng, C. (2021). The Value Relevance of Risk-Related Disclosure: Does the Tone of Disclosure Matter? Borsa Istanbul Review, Forthcoming. (Q1 in Scopus)
  • Elshandidy, T, Eldaly, K., and Abdel-Kader, M. (2021). Independent oversight of the auditing profession: A review of the literature. International Journal of Auditing, 25 (2), 373-407. (A in ABDC, Q1 in Scopus)
  • Ahmed, Y, and Elshandidy, T. (2021).Effect of leverage deviation on choices and outcomes of public versus non-public acquisitions. International Journal of Finance & Economics, 26(3), 3436-3459. (B in ABDC, 3* in ABS).
  • Elsayed, M., and Elshandidy, T. (2021). Internal control effectiveness, textual risk disclosure, and their usefulness: U.S. evidence. Advances in Accounting, 53 (June), 100531. (A in ABDC).
  • Elsayed, M., and Elshandidy, T. (2020). Do narrative-related disclosures predict corporate failure? Evidence from UK non-financial publicly quoted firms.International Review of Financial Analysis, 71(October), 101555. (A in ABDC, 3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus).
  • Elshandidy, T., Shrives, P., Bamber, M., and Abraham, S. (2018). Risk Reporting: A review of the literature and implications for future research: Journal of Accounting Literature, 40(1), 54-82. (A in ABDC, 3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus): Selected as one of the most cited papers published in JAL since 2016.
  • Ahmed, Y, and Elshandidy, T. (2018). Why do over-deviated firms undertake foreign acquisitions? International Business Review, 27(2), 309-327. (A in ABDC, 3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus).
  • Elshandidy, T., Neri, L., and Guo, Y. (2018). The determinants and use of risk disclosure quality: Evidence from China. Journal of Applied Accounting Research 19(4),518-536.(B in ABDC, 2* in ABS).
  • Tan, Y., Zeng, C., and Elshandidy, T. (2017). Risk disclosures, international orientation, and share price informativeness: Evidence from China. Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation, 29, 81-102. (3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus).
  • Elshandidy, T. and Gan, M. (2017). The effect of board structure and ownership structure on risk disclosure quality. Egyptian Accounting Review, Faculty of Commerce, Cairo University, 6.
  • Elbakry, A., Nwachukwu, J., Abdou, A., and Elshandidy, T. (2017). Comparative evidence on the value relevance of IFRS-based accounting information in Germany and the UK. Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation, 28, 10-30. (3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus): Selected as one of the most cited papers since 2016.
  • Elshandidy, T., and Shrives, P. (2016). The environmental incentive for and usefulness of textual risk disclosure: The German Evidence, the International Journal of Accounting, 51(4), 464–486. (A in ABDC, 3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus).
  • Ahmed, Y, and Elshandidy, T. (2016). The effect of bidder conservatism on M&A decisions: Text-based evidence from US 10-K filings. International Review of Financial Analysis, 46, 176-190. (A in ABDC, 3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus).
  • Elshandidy, T., and Neri, L. (2015). Corporate Governance, risk disclosure practices, and market liquidity: Comparative evidence from UK and Italy. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 23(4), 331,356. (A in ABDC, 3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus). Selected as one of the most cited papers published in CGIR since 2014.
  • Elshandidy, T, Fraser, I., and Hussainey, K. (2015). What drives mandatory and voluntary risk reporting variations across Germany, UK and US? The British Accounting Review, 47(4), 376–394. (A* in ABDC, 3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus): Selected as one of the most cited papers published in BAR since 2013.
  • Elshandidy, T. (2014). Value relevance of accounting information: Evidence from an emerging market. Advances in Accounting, 30(1), 176-186. (A in ABDC, 2* in ABS).
  • Elshandidy, T., and Hassinen, A. (2014). Do IFRS and board of directors’ independence affect accounting conservatism? Applied Financial Economics, 24(16), 1091-1102. (B in ABDC, 2* in ABS).
  • Elshandidy, T., Fraser, I., and Hussainey, K. (2013). Aggregated, voluntary and mandatory risk disclosure incentives: Evidence from UK FTSE all Share companies. International Review of Financial Analysis; 30, 320-333. (A in ABDC, 3* in ABS, Q1 in Scopus): Awarded the most cited paper certificate (December 2016).
Conference Presentation
  • Research Seminar Invitation: University of Economics in Katowice, Poland (March 2021): How to publish in highly ranked journals?
  • Research Seminar Invitation: Bristol Business School, University of West of England, UK (February 2021): The Impact of Board Diversity on Textual Social and Environmental Disclosures
  • Corporate governance, corporate textual risk disclosure and market value: Comparative evidence between two reporting systems of annual report and integrated report (with Elmasri, M) Presented at the 23rd annual conference of Financial Reporting and Business Communication Research Unit at the University of Reading (July 2019).
  • Research Seminar Invitations: Southampton Business School, University of Southampton (December 2018): paper presented: The value relevance of risk-related disclosure: Does tone of disclosure matter?
  • Research Seminar Invitations: Bath Management School, University of Bath (February 2017): paper presented: Stock price informativeness of risk-related disclosure: Does risk disclosure’s orientation matter?
  • Research Seminar Invitations: Bradford University School of Management, University of Bradford (April 2016): paper presented: Stock price informativeness of risk-related disclosure: Does risk disclosure’s orientation matter?
  • Research Seminar Invitations: Nottingham University Business School, University of Nottingham (March 2015), paper presented: The environmental incentive for and usefulness of textual risk disclosure: The German Evidence
  • Research Seminar Invitations: Nottingham University Business School, University of Nottingham (March 2015), paper presented: The environmental incentive for and usefulness of textual risk disclosure: The German Evidence
  • The value relevance of risk-related disclosure. Presented at the 20th annual conference of Financial Reporting and Business Communication Research Unit at the University of Bristol (July 2016). The 2016 South West Area Group (SWAG) Annual Regional Conference (September 2016).
Memberships, Awards and Honors
  • Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy, HEA, (Recognition reference: PR111293)
  • A member of the Scientific Standing Committee (SSC) of the European Accounting Association (EAA) (2017, 2018, 2019, and 2021 Annual Congress)
  • Publicity Officer for Financial Accounting and Reporting Special Interest Group under the British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA), (July 2014-present)
  • The British Accounting and Finance Association, BAFA
  • Nominated by BAFA, CPAF and CDAF as a panel member to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 Sub-panel 17 (Business and Management Studies)
  • Nominated for the Outstanding Teaching Category of the Student-led Bristol Teaching Awards, the University of Bristol
  • An Editor for Cogent Business and Management (Scopus Q2) (October 2014-present)