Center of Excellence in Higher Education
The First Private University in Bangladesh

Ms. Nabila Nisha

Full Time Faculty
Senior Lecturer (On-Study Leave)

MSc, in Banking and Finance
University of Essex, UK

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext- 1738
Email: nabila.nisha@northsouth.edu
Office: NAC 754

Curriculum Vitae

 
 
 

 

 
 

Nabila Nisha completed her Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree as a Summa cum laude with dual concentration in Accounting & Finance and Marketing from North South University (NSU), Bangladesh in 2010. She then received her Master of Science degree with a Distinction in Banking & Finance from University of Essex, UK in the year 2011. As a student at Essex, her research paper focused on the ‘Impact of macroeconomic variables on stock returns: Evidence from Bangladesh and a cross-country comparison with India”. Her research paper has been published by Lambert Academic Publishing as a book in December 2015.

Nabila has been teaching full-time at the Department of Accounting & Finance in the School of Business and Economics since 2012. In addition to teaching, she has also been part of a research project on Green Banking financed by the World Bank and Ministry of Education of Bangladesh. Under this project, Nabila has contributed as a co-author to two book chapters published in the book “Green Banking in Bangladesh and Beyond”. Besides, she has a number of international journal publications in USA, UK, Malaysia and India, along with international book chapters and business case studies as part of her research work.

Nabila is currently on study leave in order to pursue her PhD under the Research School of Management, College of Business and Economics at Australian National University (ANU), Australia.

FORTHCOMING:

  1. Nisha, N., Iqbal, M. & Rifat, A. (2020). Green banking adoption: An examination of state-owned banks of Bangladesh. International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 16(2), (accepted), USA (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: C).
  2. Nisha, N. (2020). Can central bank survive the green banking revolution?: A case of Bangladesh Bank. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management, 11(3), (accepted), USA (SCOPUS).
  3. Iqbal, M., Nisha, N.& Rifat, A. (2020). A comparative integration study of performance metrics in microfinance: Grameen bank vs. co-operative bank. International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector, 12(1), (accepted), USA (SCOPUS).
  4. Nisha, N., Nawrin, K. & Bushra, A. (2020). Agent banking and financial inclusion: The case of Bangladesh. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management, 11(1), (accepted), USA (SCOPUS).
  5. Rifat, A., Nisha, N.& Iqbal, M. (2019). Predicting e-Tax service adoption: Integrating perceived risk, service quality & TAM. Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations, 17(3), (accepted), USA (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: B).

ACADEMIC JOURNALS: 

  1. Nisha, N., Iqbal, M. & Rifat, A. (2019).The changing paradigm of health and mobile phones: An innovation in the health care system. Journal of Global Information Management, 27(1),19-46, USA (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: A).
  2. Nisha, N.& Rifat, A. (2019). The influence of tax manipulation upon financial performance: Evidence from Bangladesh. Afro-Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting, 9(1), 60-79, UK (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: C).
  3. Iqbal, M., Nisha, N.& Rashid, M. (2018). Bank selection criteria and satisfaction of retail customers of Islamic banks in Bangladesh. International Journal of Bank Marketing, 36(5), 931-946, UK (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: B).
  4. Nisha, N.& Ghosh, B. (2018). Causal relationship between leverage and performance: Exploring Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE). International Journal of Business and Globalization, 20(1), 31-49, UK (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: C).
  5. Iqbal, M., Nisha, N., Rifat, A. & Panda, P. (2018). Exploring client perceptions and intentions in emerging economies: The case of green banking technology. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management, 9(3), 14-34, USA (SCOPUS).
  6. Ghosh, B. & Nisha, N. (2018). Comparative volatility study on INDIA VIX by GARCH and Shannon Entropy from a behavioural finance viewpoint. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 16(2), 315-322, India (SCOPUS).
  7. Sharif, A., Afshan, S. & Nisha, N. (2017). Impact of tourism on CO2 emission: Evidence from Pakistan. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 22(4), 408-421, UK (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: B).
  8. Nisha, N.& Iqbal, M. (2017). Halal ecosystem: Prospects for growth in Bangladesh. International Journal of Business and Society, 18(S1), 205-222, Malaysia (SCOPUS).
  9. Rifat, A., Iqbal, M., Nisha, N.& Sharif, A. (2017). Acceptance of green banking framework in Bangladesh: The case of Islamic banks. Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, 13(2), 152-178, Bangladesh (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: C).
  10. Idrish, S., Rifat, A., Iqbal, M. & Nisha, N. (2017). Mobile health technology evaluation: Innovativeness and efficacy vs. cost effectiveness. International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 13(2), 1-21, USA (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: C).
  11. Nisha, N. (2017). An empirical study of the balanced scorecard model: Evidence from Bangladesh. International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector,9(1), 68-84, USA (SCOPUS).
  12. Nisha, N. (2016). Secret reserve accounting: A case study of Bangladesh. International Journal of Accounting & Finance, 6(4), 255-277, UK (ABDC Ranking: C).
  13. Rifat, A., Nisha, N., Iqbal, M. & Suvittawat, A. (2016). The role of commercial banks in green banking adoption: A Bangladesh perspective. International Journal of Green Economics, 10(3/4), 226-251, UK (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: C).
  14. Nisha, N. (2016). Macroeconomic determinants of the behavior of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE). International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management, 7(1), 1-17, USA (SCOPUS).
  15. Nisha, N., Iqbal, M., Rifat, A. & Idrish, S. (2016). Exploring the role of service quality and knowledge for mobile health services. International Journal of E-Business Research, 12(2), 45-64, USA (SCOPUS).
  16. Nisha, N. (2016). Exploring the dimensions of mobile banking service quality: Implications for the banking sector. International Journal of Business Analytics, 3(3), 60-76, USA (SCOPUS).
  17. Nisha, N., Iqbal, M., Rifat, A. & Idrish, S. (2016). Adoption of e-Government services: Exploring the case of electronic tax filing. International Journal of E-Services and Mobile Applications, 8(3), 53-70, USA (SCOPUS).
  18. Nisha, N., Iqbal, M., Rifat, A. & Idrish, S. (2015). Mobile health services: A new paradigm for health care systems. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management6(1), 1-18, USA (SCOPUS).

BOOK CHAPTERS: 

  1. Nisha, N. (2017). Green investments and returns: A developing country perspective. In M. Mieila (Ed.), Measuring Sustainable Development and Green Investments in Contemporary Economies, 1-21, Hershey, PA: IGI Global (SCOPUS).
  2. Nisha, N.& Rifat, A. (2017). Reducing poverty and sustaining growth: A microfinance approach. In M. Mieila (Ed.), Measuring Sustainable Development and Green Investments in Contemporary Economies, 50-75, Hershey, PA: IGI Global (SCOPUS).
  3. Iqbal, M., Nisha, N.& Raza, S.A. (2017). Customers’ perceptions of green banking: Examining service quality dimensions in Bangladesh. In P. Ordóñez de Pablos (Ed.), Managerial Strategies and Solutions for Business Success in Asia, 1-20, Hershey, PA: IGI Global (SCOPUS).
  4. Rifat, A., Iqbal, M. & Nisha, N. (2017). Determinants of adoption of location-based services in Bangladesh. In P. Ordóñez de Pablos (Ed.), Managerial Strategies and Solutions for Business Success in Asia, 79-101, Hershey, PA: IGI Global (SCOPUS).
  5. Iqbal, M. & Nisha, N. (2016). The role of religion on purchase behavior of Muslim consumers: The context of Bangladesh. In D. Mutum, M.M. Butt & M. Rashid (Eds.), Advances in Islamic Finance, Marketing and Management: An Asian Perspective, 245-270, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

BUSINESS CASE STUDIES:

  1. Ahmed, J.U., Sultana, H., Jahan, N. & Nisha, N. (2018).Achieving a competitive edge through merger: Evidence from telecoms industry of Bangladesh. International Journal of Strategic Business, 6(3), 166-180, UK (ABDC Ranking: C).
  2. Ahmed, J.U., Rifat, A., Nisha, N., Manirujjaman, M. & Shrensky, R. (2016). Beyond the border: Yellow goes international. Global Business Review, 17(5), 1-13, India (SCOPUS, ABDC Ranking: C).
  3. Ahmed, J.U., Ashikuzzaman, N.M. & Nisha, N. (2016). Understanding operations of floating schools: A case of Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha in Bangladesh. South Asian Journal of Business and Management Cases5(2), 221-233, India.
  4. Ahmed, J.U., Nisha, N., Rifat, A.& Shimul, M.A.S. (2016). Challenges for Atomix System Ltd.: The ITES industry in Bangladesh. SAGE Business Cases (ISBN: 978-1-473-97512-5), USA.
  5. Ahmed, J.U., Rifat, A., Nisha, N.& Uddin, M.J. (2015). Deshi Dosh: The case on integration of ten rivals in the fashion industry of Bangladesh. DECISION, 42(1), 87-103, India.
  • Recipient of University Research Scholarship for pursuing PhD by Australian National University (ANU), Australia.
  • Recipient of HDR Fee Merit Scholarship for pursuing PhD by Australian National University (ANU), Australia.
  • Awarded "Distinction" for academic excellence at the Masters level by University of Essex, UK. 
  • Awarded "Summa cum laude" for academic excellence at the Bachelors level by North South University, Bangladesh.

PhD, Australian National University (ANU), Australia
(on-going)

M.Sc., University of Essex, UK
Banking & Finance
September 2011

BBA, North South University, Bangladesh
Accounting & Finance; Marketing (Dual Major)
April 2010

Senior Lecturer
Department of Accounting & Finance, School of Business and Economics, North South University
February 2016 - Present

Lecturer
Department of Accounting & Finance, School of Business and Economics, North South University
January 2012 - January 2016

ACT 333: Managerial Accounting
ACT 330: Intermediate Accounting
ACT 202: Introduction to Managerial Accounting
ACT 201: Introduction to Financial Accounting
BUS 498: Internship

Service Sectors 
Performance Measurement
Technology Acceptance Models
Empirical Research Methods in Finance
Business Case Studies