Mohammed Hamdan (BSc, Pg. DIP, MSc, PhD) is a lecturer in Accounting. He holds a PhD in Accounting and Finance from University of South Wales. He was awarded his PhD in 2013 for the thesis that examined many issues including: Management Accounting practices, sophistication level of costing systems, Activity-Based Costing, Accounting education, and Organisational Culture. He has presented his work at prestigious peer-review academic conferences such as the British Accounting & Finance Association (BAFA) conference. Prior to joining the Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2014, he worked as an associate lecturer in Faculty of Business and Society, University of South Wales. Finally, Mohammed is a member of the British Accounting & Finance Association.
Management accounting techniques.
Cost accounting systems including Activity-based practices (ABC).
The application of contingency and institutional theories into management accounting.
Hamdan, M. 2016, The Complexity of Costing Systems in Syria: Contingent- and Institutional-based Understanding, BAFA Annual Conference, March, University of Bath.
Haffar, M., Al-Hyari K., Abu-Zaid, M. K., Djbarni, R. & Hamdan, M. 2016 'An Analysis of the Influence of Employee Readiness for Change on TQM Implementation' World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology Conference, August, London.
Haffar, M., Enongene, L. N., Hamdan, M. & Gbadamosi, G. 2016 ' The Influence of National Culture on Consumer Buying Behaviour: An Exploratory Study of Nigerian and British Consumers' International Journal of Economics and Management Engineering, Vol:3, issue: 8, pp.3582 – 3587.