Rubaiyat Ahsan Bhuiyan

Dr. Rubaiyat Ahsan Bhuiyan

Contact Details
Tel: +60 85 630100 Ext: 2732
Location: Heron 2 Room 6
Fax: +60 85 630088
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Academic History

  • Doctor of Philosophy, International Islamic University Malaysia (2017)
  • Master of Business Administration, North South University (2013)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, East West University (2006)


Research Interest

  • My current research interests include
    1. Banking and Finance
    2. Islamic Finance
    3. Applied Econometrics
    4. Empirical Finance
    5. Microfinance
    6. Financial Risk Management

Selected Research Funding & Research Projects

Selected Publications

A. Book Chapter

B. Journal Publications

  1. Bhuiyan, R. A., Rahman, M. P., Saiti, B., & Mat Ghani, G. (2019). Co-movement dynamics between global sukuk and bond markets: New insights from a wavelet analysis. International Journal of Emerging Markets. Ranked C in ABDC
  2. Bhuiyan, R. A., Rahman, M. P., Saiti, B., & Ghani, G. B. M. (2019). Does the Malaysian Sovereign sukuk market offer portfolio diversification opportunities for global fixed-income investors? Evidence from wavelet coherence and multivariate-GARCH analyses. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 47, 675-687. Ranked B in ABDC
  3. Bhuiyan, R. A., Rahman, M. P., Saiti, B., & Ghani, G. M. (2018). Financial integration between sukuk and bond indices of emerging markets: Insights from wavelet coherence and multivariate-GARCH analysis. Borsa Istanbul Review, 18(3), 218-230. (Scopus)
  4. Bhuiyan, R. A. (2018). Ahmed M. Abohebeish, Introduction to Islamic Rules of Financial Accounting. Islam and Civilisational Renewal (ICR), 9(3), 413-415
  5. Bhuiyan, R. A. (2015). Fundamentals of Islamic banking. International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting, 23(2), 271-273

C. Conference Proceedings

  1. Bhuiyan R.A., Rahman M.P., Ghani G.M. & Saiti, B. (2016) “Does the global sukuk market offer any portfolio diversification opportunity for Indonesian investors?” Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance, Surabaya, Indonesia
  2. Bhuiyan R.A. (2016) “Review on cash waqf based micro finance: a new scheme to support economic growth” Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Bulletin of Monetary Economics and Banking, Jakarta, Indonesia
  3. Bhuiyan R.A., Rahman M.P., Ghani G.M. & Saiti, B. (2016)”Dynamic relations between sukuk and conventional bond markets: an analysis of international portfolio diversification” Paper presented at the 18th Malaysian Finance Association Annual Conference (MFAC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

HDRs Supervision

Professional Associations

  • Member, International Council of Islamic Finance Educators (ICIFE)


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