- Newcastle University
Dr. Marwa Elnahass is a lecturer in Accounting and Finance at Newcastle University Business School (NUBS) holding a PhD. from Lancaster University. The acting Ethics Convener for the Business School and a fellow in the UK Higher Education Academy. Her research in the areas of banking, governance and Islamic finance has been exceptionally emerging, showing strong empirical as well as impact evidence for the global banking industry. Dr. Marwa’s academic publications and technical reports are marked as world-leading research. She is an Editorial Board Member in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Accounting and an associate editor in the Emerging Markets Review Journal. Dr. Marwa is also a referee in a number of high impact and peer-journals specialised in accounting, finance and banking. Her work in Islamic banking attracted regional media and professional bodies like the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. She is regularly invited by international academics institutions as a keynote speaker and contributed to the organization and chairing for three international conferences in Islamic finance in 2012, 2014 & 2017, one of which is linked to an ABS listed 3 * journal-special issue, in addition to several impact and engagement events with the industry. Dr. Marwa holds a record of successful Ph.D supervision and external Ph.D examination in Islamic Finance. She supervises a number of Ph.D students working in banking, Big Data, social media reporting, and governance.
Dr. Marwa contributes to the FinTech industry network and latest research draws upon Future of Work and AI. She is a peer reviewer in the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) of the ESRC since 2016 within the discipline of Accounting, Banking, and Finance. She is a member of NUBS Steering Committee for The Future of Work and Social Justice in Digital Economy.