Dr. Sayyed Sadaqat Hussain Shah


Full Name:              Dr. Sayyed Sadaqat Hussain Shah

Department:          Commerce & Finance

Designation:            Assistant Professor

Research Interest: Commerce and Finance with emphasis on Behavioral Finance, Financial Market Development, International Trade, Corporate Social responsibility

Room:           PR 03

Phone:          Cell. #: 03334453189

Fax:               –

Email:          shah.sadaqat@gcu.edu.pk

Responsibilities : Assistant Professor (Regular)

Teaching : Behavioral Finance, Business Finance, Corporate Finance, Issues in Contemporary Business, Decision Theory and Method, Financial Modelling, Financial Institutions & Markets, Investment Management

Research Interest: Issues and Concerns in Corporate Finance

Professional Interests: Teaching and Research

Qualifications: PhD Business Administration (Behavioral Finance) From Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China- Distinction Holder, MPhil Commerce from Minhaj University Lahore, Lahore- Distinction Holder, M.Com Finance from Hailey College of Commerce, University of Punjab, Lahore-Distinction Holder, M.Ed from University of Education, Lahore

Work Experience: Lecturer at National College of Business Administration and Economics, DHA Lahore. Principal at Lahore College of Commerce, Lahore. Head of Commerce Department at Leadership College Network. Lecturer at Government Dyal Singh College, Lahore

Teaching Career: Dr. Shah started his Professional career from Govt. Dyal Singh College in 2008 as Commerce Lecture on a contract basis. Thereafter, he served the well-known private institutions (LCN) as the Head of Commerce and Finance Department in (2009). He had been performed his services as a Principal in Lahore College of Commerce (PU Affiliate Graduate College) since (2013 to 2015). He had a chance to teach BS, MS, and MBA students at National College of Commerce and Finance (NCBA&E, A chartered university Lahore)

Dr. Shah Joined Government College Lahore (GCU) as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Commerce and Finance since September 2019. He is Doctor of Philosophy – Ph.D. in Business Administration/Behavioral Finance from Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST- QS 400) with a distinction of “HUST Academic Excellence Award”, “Honorary International Graduate Certificate” and a Merit of Bi-lateral Exchange Scholarship Program by IPC Pakistan and CSC China. He has been published 10 research articles addressing and suggesting the behavioral, financial, and corporate issues in the top-ranked international journals. He has been awarded Honorarium by Vice Chancellor through GCU-ORIC for the impact factors publication.

  • (2019) Does Herding Bias Drive the Firm Value? Evidence from the Chinese Equity Market. Sustainability, 11(20), 5583.
  • (2019) The Impact Of Corporate Political Connections On Corporate Financial Decisions: Evidence From An Emerging Market. Journal of Management Information and Decision Sciences 22(2), 13-24.
  • (2019) Institutional quality and financial development: The United States perspective. Journal of Multinational Financial Management.
  • (2019) The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africas (COMESA) Free Trade Area (FTA) and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Nexus. Journal of Asian Business Strategy, 9(2), 261-286. doi: 10.18488/journal.1006.2019.92.261.286
  • (2019) The Role of Financial Inclusion and Competitive Advantage: Evidence from Iraqi Islamic Banks. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 9(3), 193-199.
  • (2019) Perceived overqualification and its positive impact on organization employee’s behavior. International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), 8(6), 58-71.
  • (2019) Political Connections and Cost of Debt Financing: Empirical Evidence from China. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 9(1), 212-216.
  • (2018) CSR and Customer Outcomes: The Mediating Role of Customer Engagement. Sustainability, 10(11), 4243.
  • (2018) Investor and Manager Overconfidence Bias and Firm Value: Micro-Level Evidence from the Pakistan Equity Market. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 8(5), 190-199.
  • (2018) The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Domestic Investment: Evidence from Sudan. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 8(6), 1-10.