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Dr. Omar Aziz

PhD in Economic & Finance
School of Business and Law
About Me

Dr Aziz has a PhD degree in Finance & Economics from Western Sydney University in Australia. He worked there as an academic for 5 years before he joined CQUniversity.

During Dr Aziz’s time at CQU, he had been granted the Teaching Excellence Award for his dedication in the duty of teaching that has been reflected by the students. He is known for his successful teaching method in finance units that enhance learning and utilised a student-focused approach. A method that exposed students to diverse challenges and situations which could help them further excel in the field. He also has publication in high quality journals. 

Universities Studied At

PhD in Economic & Finance - Western Sydney University

Universities Worked At

Western Sydney University



Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Exemplary Practice in Learning and Teaching

Teaching Excellence Award: several times

Previous teaching

Corporate Finance, Principles of Finance, Investment Management, Essentials of Finance, Derivatives and financial instruments, Financial Forecasting and Data Analysis, Managerial Finance, International Financial Management, Money and Capital Markets Analysis, Banks Management, Financial Management, Principles of Economic, Econometric Modelling, Financial Institution Management, Financial Market, Behavioural Finance and Banking Operations.

Professional Memberships

The Financial Services Institute of Australia (FINSIA)

Research Supervision

I am currently accredited for supervision in the following:

  • 3801 Applied Economics
  • 3502 Banking, Finance and Investment

At the level of Principal Supervisor

Current Capacity
I am currently available to supervise more research candidates
No Supervisions to display.
Research Interests

Applied Economics - Financial Economics
Business Finance, Investment, Foreign Direct Investment, Financial Markets, Banks, Economic Growth.

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