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Dr. Mohammad Sahabuddin

Assistant Professor & Coordinator (MBA Program)

PhD, University of Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia

Dr. Mohammad Sahabuddin is a talented academician and professional with a strong academic background and wide-ranging experience in industry sectors. Currently, he is working as an Assistant Professor of the Department Business Studies in STATE UNIVERSITY OF BANGLADESH (SUB). He holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business Economics from the School of Business and Economics (SBE), Universiti of Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia. SBE is the first EQUIS & AACSB ( accredited Business School and the UPM is the top #158 QS world ranked university in 2024. His doctoral thesis focused on Financial Markets, particularly his research title was “Co-movement and Performance of Conventional and Islamic stock markets in selected developed and developing countries” However, Dr. Sahabuddin has rich experience with the novel approach Wavelet, time series, and panel data analysis using R, STATA, and Eviews software. Moreover, He received his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Chittagong and Post-Doctoral degree from the Universiti of Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP). Dr. Sahabuddin won ‘The Best Paper Award (2018)’ on “Co-movement of Shariah and non-Shariah compliant stock indexes in Bangladesh: A Co-integration and VAR Approach), Faculty of Economics and Management, Universiti Putra Malaysia, FEB Seminar, Malaysia and International Matching Grant (2023) for Research on “The role of Islamic Social Finance and Digitalization on Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise (MSMEs) Sustainability in Bangladesh, MMU & USTC, RMC/MATCHINGGRANT/CL/2023/022 & URC/USTC-MMU/MG/2023/0603. He has published 20 research papers in Scopus, Web of Science (WoS), ABDC and International Peer Reviewed Journals, and two book chapters, and presented several conference papers in International and National conferences. Currently, He also serves as an editorial board member in International Journal of Islamic Marketing and Branding (IJIMB), Inderscience Enterprise Limited, Route de Pre-Bois-1216, Cointrin-Geneva, SWITZERLAND and Journal of Islamic Economic and Business Research ( JIEBR), Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia, and has served as a reviewer in the world renowned journals like Elsevier, Wiley, Emerald, and Springer Nature.
  1. 2023: Raza Rabbani, Mustafa., Hassan, M. Kabir., Jamil, Syed Ahsan., Sahabuddin, M., Shaik, Muneer., 2023. Revisiting the impact of Geopolitical risk on Sukuk, stocks, oil, and gold markets during the crises period: Fresh evidence from wavelet-based approach, Managerial Finance,, (WoS-ESCI, Scopus-Q3 and ABDC-B).
  2. 2023: Sahabuddin, M & Ahmad, A. U. F. (2023). THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS, COVID-19 AND THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR: THE SAFE HAVEN POTENTIAL OF ISLAMIC ECONOMICS. Journal of Central Banking Law and Institutions, 2(3), 461-480, (International Peer Reviewer). 
  3. 2023: Tabash, Mosab I., Sahabuddin, M., Fatima Muhammad Abdulkarim, Basem Hamouri, and Dang Khoa Tran. 2023. Dynamic Dependency between the Shariah and Traditional Stock Markets: Diversification Opportunities during the COVID-19 and Global Financial Crisis (GFC) Periods. Economies 11: 149. https:// (WoS-ESCI & Scopus-Q2)
  4. 2023: Sahabuddin, M.; Sakib, M.N.; Rahman, M.M.; Jibir, A.; Fahlevi, M.; Aljuaid, M.; Grabowska, S. The Evolution of FinTech in Scientific Research: A Bibliometric Analysis. Sustainability 2023, 15, 7176. (WoS-SSCI & Scopus-Q1)
  5. 2023: Shaik, M., Jamil, S. A., Hawaldar, I. T., Sahabuddin, M., Rabbani, M. R., & Atif, M. (2023). Impact of geo-political risk on stocks, oil, and gold returns during GFC, COVID-19, and Russian–Ukraine War. Cogent Economics & Finance, 11(1), 2190213. (WoS-SSCI & Scopus-Q2). 
  6. 2023: Sahabuddin, M, Md. Aminul Islam, Mosab I. Tabash, Md. Kausar Alam, Linda Nalini Daniel, and Imad Ibraheem Mostafa. 2023. Dynamic Conditional Correlation and Volatility Spillover between Conventional and Islamic Stock Markets: Evidence from Developed and Emerging Countries. Journal of Risk and Financial Management 16: 111. https:// (Scopus & ABDC-B).
  7. 2022: Uddin, M. K., Bhuiyan, A. B., Kumar, D., Haque, T., & Sahabuddin, M. (2022). CUSTOMER PERCEPTION OF SERVICES QUALITY OF THE ISLAMIC BANKING IN MALAYSIA DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC. International Journal of Business and Management Future, 8(1), 31-40., (Peer reviwed).
  8. 2022: Sakib, M.N.; Rabbani, M.R.; Hawaldar, I.T.; Jabber, M.A.; Hossain, J.; Sahabuddin, M. (2022). Entrepreneurial Competencies and SMEs’ Performance in a Developing Economy. Sustainability, 14, 13643., (WoS-SSCI & Scopus-Q1)
  9. 2022: Sahabuddin, M., Islam, M. A., Tabash, M. I., Anagreh, S., Akter, R., and Rahman, M.M. (2022). Co-Movement, Portfolio Diversification, Investors’ Behavior and Psychology: Evidence from Developed and Emerging Countries’ Stock Markets. Journal of Risk and Financial Management 15: 319. (Scopus & ABDC-B)
  10. 2022: Alam, M. K., Islam, M. S., Islam, F. T., Sahabuddin, M. & Alauddin, M. (2022). One regulator: Diversified Shariah governance practice, why? Asian Journal of Accounting Research , DOI: 10.1108/AJAR-07-2021-0104. (Scopus & ABDC)
  11. 2022: Sahabuddin, M., Hassan, M.F, Tabash M. I., Al-Omari, M.A., Alam, M.K., & Islam, F.T.,  (2022). Co-movement and causality dynamics linkages between conventional and Islamic stock indexes in Bangladesh: A wavelet analysis, Cogent Business & Management, 9:1, 2034233, DOI: 10.1080/23311975.2022.2034233, (Scopus & WoS-ESCI). 
  12. 2021: Alam, M. K., Rahman, M. M., Islam, F. T., Adedeji, B. S., Mannan, M. A., & Sahabuddin, M. (2021). The practices of Shariah governance systems of Islamic banks in Bangladesh, Pacific Accounting Review, 33(4), 505–524., (Scopus & WoS-ESCI).
  13. 2021: Rahaman, M. S., Moral, I. H., Rahman, M. M., Sahabuddin, M., & Samuel, A. B. (2021). Online Learning in Bangladesh during COVID-19: Perceived Effectiveness, Challenges, and Suggestions. Journal of Education, Management and Development Studies, 1(3), 35-47. (Peer reviwed)
  14. 2020: Sahabuddin, M., Muhammad, J., Yahya, M. H. D. and Shah, S. M., (2020). Co-movements between Islamic and Conventional Stock Markets: An Empirical Evidence, Journal Ekonomi Malaysia 54(3), 27–40.,( Scopus).
  15. 2020: Md Kamal Uddin, Md Uzir Hossain Uzir, Md. Mahadhi Hasan, Mohammad Salim Hassan, Sahabuddin, M. (2020). A Scientific Novel Way of Article and Thesis Writing: Findings from a Survey on KSI Technique, Universal Journal of Educational Research, 8(12A),7894-7904.DOI:10.13189/ujer.2020.082578, (Scopus).
  16. 2020: ALAM, M. K., TABASH, M. I., THAKUR, O. A., SAHABUDDIN, M., HOSEN, S.,& HASSAN, M. F. (2020). A Central Shariah Regulatory Authority for the Islamic Banks in Bangladesh: Legalization or Formation. The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business (JAFEB), 7(1), 91-100. (Scopus).
  17. 2019: Sahabuddin, M., Muhammad, J., Yahya, M. H., Shah, S. M., and Alam, M. K. (2019). DIGITALIZATION, INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: AN EVIDENCE OF ISLAMIC FINANCE PERSPECTIVE, International Journal of Asian Social Science, 9(12), 651-656. (Excellence in Research for Australia-ERA Indexed).
  18. 2018: Sahabuddin, M., Muhammad, J., HjYahya, M. H. D., Shah, S. M., and Rahman, M. M. (2018). The Co-Movement between Shariah Compliant and Sectorial Stock Indexes Performance in Bursa Malaysia. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 8(4), 515-524. (Scopus).
  19. 2018: Sahabuddin, M., Islam, M. R., Muhammad, J., Ali, M. H., and Bashir, M. A. FINANCIAL REPORTING OF ISLAMIC BANKS IN BANGLADESH: BASIS OF REGULATORY COMPLIANCE. Sci.Int.(Lahore),30-(1),137-141. (Peer reviewed).
  20. 2017: Reaz, M., Mahat, F., Dahir, A. M., Sahabuddin, M., and Al Mahi, A. S. M. M. (2017). Exchange rate volatility and financial performance of agriculture firms in Malaysia: An empirical analysis using GARCH, wavelet and system GMM. Business and Economic Horizons (BEH), 13(1232-2017-2430), 409-427. (Scopus).


  1. 2023: Sahabuddin, M., Ahmad, A., Islam, M. (2023). Emergence of Islamic Finance in the Fourth Industrial Revolution and COVID-19 Post-Pandemic Era. In: Jumat, Z.H., Hafiz Khateeb, S., Nazim Ali, S. (eds) Islamic Finance, FinTech, and the Road to Sustainability. Palgrave CIBFR Studies in Islamic Finance. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. (Scopus Indexed).
  2. 2023: Md Uzir Hossain Uzir, Md. Mahadhi Hasan, Sahabuddin, M., Suraiya Binti Osman, Sayed Abdul Wahab Saeedi, Ahmad Fawad Entezari, Nur Fariha Md Shah (2023). Social Science Research Thesis Writing Using Keyword Sequence Importance (KSI) Technique, A Reference Book on Keyword Sequence Importance (KSI): A Novel Method for Scientific Writing Published and Printed by Ahmadu Bello University Press Limited, Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria. 103-133, ISBN: 978-978-796-182-7. 

Conference Proceeding

  • 2023:  GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS, COVID-19 AND THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR:  THE SAFE-HAVEN POTENTIAL OF ISLAMIC ECONOMY, The 1st JCLI International Conference and Call for Papers, Bali, 10 May, 2023, Indonesia.
  • 2023: The Role of Zakat to Combat the adverse economic situations and sustainable development, The Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Bangladesh (ICMAB), Chittagong Branch Council (CBC), 15 April, 2023
  • 2023: Crowdfunding in Emerging Markets: A Bibliometric Review and Future Research Agenda, 1st International Conference on Crowfunding and Creative Industries, 09-10 January, 2023, East Delta University, Chattogram, Bangladesh. 
  • 2021: Emergence of the Islamic FinTech in the COVD-19 post pandemic era: An evidence of Agribusiness in Bangladesh, 1st International Conference Business, Agribusiness, & Agriculture (ICBBA), 11-12 November, 2021, Indondesia.
  • 2021: Emergence of Islamic Finance in the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Covid-19 Post Era, Iternational Conference on Islamic Finance (ICIF), 2021, Hamad bin Khalifa University, Pandemic Doha, Qatar,
  • 2017: The Co-movement between Shariah Compliance Stock Index and Sectorial Index Performance in Bursa Malaysia, Global Conference on Business and Economics Research (GCBER) 2017, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia. 
  • 2017: Financial Reporting of Islamic Banks in Bangladesh: Basis of Regulatory Compliance, 2nd International Conference on Business and Entrepreneurship Education 2017, Thailand. 


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