Aziz, O. (2020). Does Bank Profitability Stimulate Economic Growth? Empirical Evidence from the Arab Region. Review of Middle East Economics and Finance, Vol. 16, No.2, pp. 1-14. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/rmeef-2019-0017
Aziz, O. (2020). Dose the FDI Flow into Arab Region Influenced by the Global Financial Crisis? Risk and Financial Management, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp 9-14.
Aziz, O. & Knutsen, J. (2019). The Banks Profitability and Economic Freedom Quality: Empirical Evidence from Arab Economies. Journal of Banking and Financial Economics, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 96-110. DOI:10.7172/2353-6845.JBFE.2019.1.5
Aziz, O. & Knutsen, J. (2019). The Legislative and Institutional reforms for FDI in Arab Region: Did they work? International Journal of Business Research, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 5-12.
Aziz, O. & Arabyat, Y. (2019). Are Banks Executives Running a Keynesian Beauty Contest When Investing in Information Technology? Bank Parikrama, Journal of Banking & Finance. Under Review.
Aziz, O. & Arabyat, Y. (2019). Information Technology and Productivity Changes in the Banking Sector: The Case of Jordanian Banks. Bank Parikrama, Journal of Banking & Finance. Accepted.
Aziz, O. (2016). Determinants of FDI inflows to Arab economies. The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development: An International and Comparative Review, Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 325-356. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638199.2015.1057610
Aziz, O. (2009). The effect of financial information on stocks prices movement: Analytical research for Amman Stock market. Tikrit Journal for Administration & Economic Sciences, Vol.3, No.7.
Aziz, O. (2007). The effective of some financial system variables on economic growth: A study applied in a sample of Arabic countries for period 1994-2003. Tikrit Journal for Administration & Economic Sciences, Vol.3, No.8.
Aziz, O. (2005). The capitalization & its relationship with stocks prices movement: A study applied in a sample of cooperative firms registered in Baghdad Stock Exchanges for the period 1993-2001. Journal of Tanmiat AL-Rafidain, Vol. 80, No.27.
Awards & Recognition
Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Practice in Learning & Teaching (Tier 1) for re-inventing the traditional lecture using scaffolded approach/Finance.
Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Method enhancing the engagement of the students inside the classrooms.
The Student Voice Awards and Commendations by Deputy Vice‐Chancellor (Strategy, Education and Innovation) for Recognition achievements in high students’ evaluation score & publicity in staff newsletters
Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Encouragement Award for Learning & Teaching Practice
Vice-President (Academic) Award for high quality contribution to enhancing the educational experience of students
Dean Excellent Teaching Awards for best practice in teaching and delivering units
Educators of The Year: The Student Voice Awards and Commendations by Deputy Vice‐Chancellor
On-Campus Educators of the Year: The Student Voice Awards, Deputy Vice‐Chancellor
Platinum Certificate of Top-Rated Units in a Term, Central Queensland University
Maintained strong student evaluations average 4.3/5 for teaching in finance and financial planning
Excellent Teaching Awards for Coordinating and Delivering Finance Units/ (IMC)
Awarded $1,000 in grants relevant to best practice of delivering unit in finance
The Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA)
Centre for Regional Economies and Supply Chains (CRESC)