Shabeer Khan

  • Asst. Prof.
  • Al Yamamah University

Dr. Shabeer Khan is an accomplished academic currently serving as an Assistant Professor at the College of Business, Al-Yamamah University, Saudi Arabia. Before this, he held the position of Assistant Professor and Head of International Relations at the Department of Islamic Economics and Finance, Sakarya University, Turkey, and also served as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Business Administration at Sukkur IBA University, Pakistan. Dr. Khan began his career as a Lecturer at Kohat University, Pakistan, and subsequently gained valuable research experience as a Research Assistant at INCEIF University Malaysia. Dr. Khan's impressive academic journey includes attaining a Ph.D. in Islamic Finance from INCEIF, Malaysia, a Master's degree in Economics, a Postgraduate degree in Shariah (Islamic Jurisprudence), and an MS degree in Social Science from Pakistan. He is highly regarded in the field of Islamic finance and economics and contributes actively to the industry. Dr. Khan is a Certified Shariah Advisor and Auditor (CSAA) from AAOIFI Bahrain, a registered Shariah Advisor with the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), a Shariah board member at Tayyib Advisory UAE, and a Shariah advisor at KalPay Financial Services, Pakistan, and Muawin, Pakistan. Additionally, he plays a pivotal role as a trainer and consultant with ifintel, Malaysia, where he imparts expertise in advanced econometric models, data analytics, and Islamic banking and finance. Dr. Shabeer Khan's dedication to research is evident through his publications in esteemed journals such as the International Journal of Finance & Economics, the International Journal of Emerging Markets, the Journal of Economic Studies, Energy Reports, and Climate Change Economics, etc. and his participation in national and international conferences such as Sustainable Development Financing and the Role of the Financial Sector in the GCC Region, University of Cambridge, Bulletin of Monetary Economics and Banking, Bank Indonesia (Central Bank of Indonesia), Asia Economic Community Forum, Korea and 12th Foundation of Islamic Finance Conference (FIFC), Turkey, etc. His research areas span Islamic Banking, Islamic Capital Markets, Islamic Social Finance, Renewable Energy, and Informal Economy, showcasing his commitment to advancing knowledge and innovation in these domains.