Researcher biography

Dr. Mamiza Haq is a Senior Lecturer in Banking and Finance. She holds Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Finance), Master of Commerce (Finance), Master of Science (Finance) and PhD degrees.

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 and corporate governance. Her research publications have appeared in international and Australian peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Haq has received a number of competitive research grants.

Dr. Haq is passionate about teaching banking and finance to her undergraduate and postgraduate students. Her teaching philosophy emphasizes innovation and empathy. She believes learning is a two-way process and creating a platform for the students to engage will enhance their learning process. Dr. Haq enjoys supervising Honours, Masters and PhD students.

In her leisure time, she enjoys listening to podcasts on leadership and social impact.