السيرة الذاتية CV
I am an applied economist, my research interest is related to the areas of productivity, technical inefficiency, and financial performance. My main research interest is analyzing causes of technical inefficiency either from a productivity perspective or a financial performance perspective. I paid particular attention to the effect of export, labour market restructuring, capital structure and ownership structure on the technical inefficiency.
2022 – NOW
ASSISTANT OF VICE DEAN OF QUALITY AND DEVELOPMENT, KNIG SAUD UNIVERSITY
2022 – NOW
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, KING SAUD UNIVERSITY
2012 – 2016
VICE CHAIRMAN OF ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT, KNIG SAUD UNIVERSITY
2010 – 2022
LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, KING SAUD UNIVERSITY
2007 – 2010
DEMONSTRATOR, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, KING SAUD UNIVERSITY
PHD ECONOMICS, UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS.
MSC ECONOMICS, KING SAUD UNIVERSITY.
BACHELOR DEGREE OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE IN THE FIELD OF ECONOMICS, KING SAUD UNIVERSITY.
RESEARCH AND STUDIES
• My PhD thesis contains three independent studies:
The first study: Effect of Openness and Labour Market Restructuring on Saudi Arabian Technical Efficiency: An Industry-Level Analysis.
The second study: Influence of Leverage on the Relationship Between Institutional Investors and Performance: Productivity and Financial Performance of Saudi Listed Firms.
The third study: The Influence of Growth Opportunities on the Relationship between Institutional Investors and the Speed of Adjustment of Optimal Capital Structure: Evidence from Saudi Listed Firms.
• Alqudair, K and Alshagri, R (2012). Current account dynamics based on the present value model: Evidence from Saudi Arabia. African Journal of Business Management Vol.6 (33), pp. 9388-9398
• An economic researcher in a group work who is assigned to do a study about Land Transportation Sector in GCC (2011)
• An economic researcher in a group work who is assigned to do a study about A Vision Towards a Regional Balance Development in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (2011)
• Applied Econometrics (Econ 423)
• Principles of Microeconomics (Econ 101).
• Principles of Macroeconomics (Econ 102).
• Microeconomics Analysis (Econ 201).
• Money and Banking (Econ 211).
• Macroeconomics Analysis (Econ 202).