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.
From February 2018, Nabila will be pursuing her PhD at the College of Business and Economics of the Australian National University (ANU), Australia to widen the horizon of her knowledge.