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Dr Waleed Abdel-Qader Name: Dr Waleed Abdel-Qader
Lecturer (Accounting)
Phone
+612 9739 2307
Fax
+612 9739 2088
Organisational Area
Faculty of Law and Business
Department
Peter Faber Business School (Sydney)
Location
North Sydney
Building 532 - Tenison Woods House (8-20 Napier Street, North Sydney NSW 2060)-Level 6-Room 532.6.07
Biographical Information

 

Dr Waleed Abdel-Qader holds a PhD in auditing from the University of Western Sydney. He has a vast experience in teaching

accounting and auditing subjects undergraduate and postgraduate, and supervises research students both at the masters and PhD levels. He has publications in conferences and referred journals and he is a member of CPA.

Waleed is an innovative and highly motivated Lecturer in Accounting with 27 years of experience in delivering courses in Australian, Hong Kong and Jordanian Universities, Lecturing, tutoring, professional development training, research and corporate consulting

Currently, Waleed is a Campus Coordinator-Peter Faber Business School, North Sydney, and he is the Course Advisor for

Accounting and Finance. He is also the Faculty of Law and Business  representative for the Ceremonial and Protocols Committee

and Sydney Campus Coordinating Committee (SCCC), and always present FLB reports at ACU.

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Publications

Publications

Articles

2016

Al-Akra, M., Abdel-Qader, W.  (2016). Internal Auditing in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA): A literature review.  the International Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation (B Rank):

 

 

 

Research

Refereed Conference Paper:

2016

British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Conference 2016. External Auditor Reliance on the Work of Internal Audit Function in Jordan Listed Companies. 

Research Higher Degree Supervision

      Ph.D

     2015

     Ashraf Al-Sukar. Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Internal Audit Function in the Jordanian Listed Companies.

     2014

    Mohammad Shbeilat (2014) "The Jordanian Corporate Governance Code: A study of Institutional

    Investors Perception of the Reliability on the Audit Report and the Audit Expectation Gap"

 

 

Experience

Experience

 

Career path

Jan 2009 to present: Lecturer in Accounting, Peter Faber Business School, Australian Catholic University

Jul 2006 to Dec 2008: Lecturer in Accounting, School of Accounting, University of Western Sydney

Sep 2003 to June 2006: Head of Accounting /Assistant Professor, Al-Ahilya Amman University, Jordan

2003 to 2006: Financial Consultant, various organisations in Banking & Finance, Jordan

Feb 2004 to Jun 2006 (Part time): Assistant Professor, Accounting Dept, University of Jordan

Aug 1998 to Jun 2003: Lecturer in Accounting, School of Accounting, College of Law & Business, UWS

Feb 1992 to Aug 1998: Lecturer in Accounting, Dept. of Accounting, Applied Sciences University, Jordan

 

Committees& membership and leadership at ACU

2016 to present: Campus Coordinator-Peter Faber Business School, North Sydney

2015 to present : Course Advisor for Accounting and Finance 

2016 to present:  Faculty of Law and Business  representative for the Ceremonial and Protocols Committee

2012 to present: working with TAFE, CPA, Macquarie university, New England, and Stuart University on the Tertiary Pathway to Accounting Project (Associate Degree in Accounting)

2016 to present: Sydney Campus Coordinating Committee (SCCC)

2010-2012: University Appeals Committee 

2009-2010: Chair of the Exam Review Committee (2009/2010)

National Lecturer in Charge for undergraduate and postgraduate units.

2010 to present: Siloam Korean Presbyterian Church Scholarship

 

 

Professional Memberships

Membership

CPA Australia

JCPA 

 

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