• Ph.D. (Accounting), (Essex University), UK, 2003
  • MSc (Accounting), Alexandria University, Egypt, 1997
  • BSc (Accounting), Alexandria University, Egypt, 1991

Academic Experience

  • Professor of Accounting, Qatar University, Qatar.
  • Professor of Accounting, Alexandria University, Egypt
  • Associate Professor of Accounting, University of Sharjah, UAE & Alexandria University, Egypt.
  • Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of Sharjah, UAE & Alexandria University, Egypt.
  • Senior Lecturer in Accounting, University of Portsmouth, UK.
  • Lecturer in Accounting, Alexandria University, Egypt
  • Lecturer in Financial Reporting, University of Hertfordshire, UK
  • Lecturer Assistant, Alexandria University, Egypt.
  • Teaching Assistant, Alexandria University, Egypt.

Mostafa K. Hassan received his PhD in Accounting from the University of Essex, UK in 2003. Since then, he worked at the University of Hertfordshire, UK; University of Portsmouth, UK, University of Sharjah, UAE and Alexandria University, Egypt. Currently, he is a Professor of  Accounting at Qatar University and on leave from Alexandria University, Egypt. He published in a number of reputable international journals such as Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change; Managerial Auditing Journal, Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting, International Journal of Disclosure & Governance, International Journal of Commerce & Management, International Journal of Public Administration; Journal of Applied Accounting Research, Journal of Multinational Financial Management; International Journal of Organizational Analysis; Corporate Ownership & Control, Journal; Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies, International Journal of Business Governance & Ethics, Journal of Accounting and Management Information System, International Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Performance Evaluation and Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society.

Dr. Hassan research interests include the sociological analysis of accounting practices, institutional theory and accounting change, corporate governance, globalization, performance evaluation and narrative disclosures. He is an editorial board member in International Journal of Behavioral Accounting & Finance and International Journal of Business & Entrepreneur Development. He held several administrative positions in the areas of Research and Curriculum developments. Most recent governance/administrative involvements is Chairman of Accounting & Information Systems Department, Member of Curriculum Development Committee, Member of Institutional Effectiveness and Academic Accreditation Committee, the Executive Manager of Studying in English Program at Alexandria University, Egypt; and program tutor of MA Accounting and Financial Management at Hertfordshire University, UK.