Assoc. Prof. Dalia El-Mosallamy
Associate Professor
223 Building G

Dr. Dalia EL Mosallamy is an academic lecturer with a proven track record in finance and risk management areas. She has demonstrated a commitment to excellence in teaching in student centered institutions. She has PhD and Masters degree in Finance and is actively engaged in research targeting reputable, widely read and widely regarded publications.

Education
  • PhD in Finance, University of West of England, Bristol Business School, United Kingdom, January 2011. Thesis Title: “Mutual funds’ performance in emerging markets; an empirical investigation on the Egyptian and the Saudi markets”
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) with specialisation in Finance and Banking, Arab Academy for Maritime & Transport, Egypt, 2001.
  • Bachelor of Commerce, Cairo University – Major Accounting / English Section. Cairo, Egypt, 1998.
Journal Articles
  • El Mosallamy, D. and Mettawie, M., (2018), “Predictors of investors’ participation in the Egyptian stock market: Application of Theory of Planned Behavior”, International Journal of Business and Management Sciences, vol.6, pp. 53-59.
  • Abbas, S. & El Mosallamy, D. (2016), “Determinants of FDI Flows to Developing Countries: An Empirical Study on the MENA Region”, Journal of Finance & Economics  Vol. 4, No. 1, 30-38.
  • Metawie, M. & El Mosallamy, D. (2016), “Examining the relationship between customer service, Efficiency & Financial performance: an application on the on the Egyptian Public Sector Banks”. Accepted paper to be published in the Scientific Journal of Economic & Commerce, Ain Shams University, Vol.1.
  • El Mosallamy, D. & El Masry A. (2015), "Mutual Fund Performance in MENA Countries: Environmental Conditions & Fund Characteristics", submitted to the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
  • El Mosallamy, D. (2015), "The Egyptian Fund managers abilities: Evidence on Market Timing & Selectivity pre & post January 25th Revolution", Scientific Journal of Economics & Commerce. Ain Shams University.
  • El Mosallamy, D. (2014), "Profitability performance of Islamic versus Conventional banks: evidence from GCC & MENA region", Journal of contemporary commercial research, Sohag University.
  • El Mosallamy D. & El Masry A. (2013), "Shariah & Performance of Islamic mutual funds: A comparative study". Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (JEBO).
  • El Mosallamy, D. (2012), “D-CAPM & Performance Evaluation Measures in the Downside Risk Framework: An empirical investigation on the Egyptian & Saudi’s mutual funds”,   Journal of emerging markets finance.
Conference Papers
  • El Mosallamy D.& El Masry A. (2013), "Investigating The Performance of Islamic Mutual Funds: A Comparative Study", 1st international conference; the impact of revolutions on risk management in the framework of governance, Faculty of Management Sciences, October University for Modern Sciences & Arts. Cairo- Egypt, Feb 16-17.
  • El Mosallamy D. & El Masry A. (2013), "Unconditional versus conditional approaches in measuring Market Timing & Security Selection abilities of Saudi Mutual Funds",  the 1st international conference; the impact of revolutions on risk management in the framework of governance, Faculty of Management Sciences, October University for Modern Sciences & Arts. Cairo- Egypt,  SWEEP-NET 3rd Regional Forum - Cairo, Egypt. May 14-1.
Fields of Interests
Regulation of Financial Institutions, Corporate Finance, Emerging markets, Islamic Finance, risk and asset pricing.
Modules
Portfolio management; Islamic Finance; Mathematics for Finance; Investment.
Position
Subject Specialism Coordinator