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Dr Abdul Malik Syed is a faculty member in the College of Business Administration, Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University. He spearheaded the programmatic Quality improvement efforts as the founding Assistant Dean (Quality & Development) in the same college. He is a PhD in Management (Banking & Finance) and has graduated in Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Commerce degree from Osmania University, India; he also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Planning and Project Management from University of Hyderabad, India. He has a collective experience of more than 20 years in industry, academics, consultancy and research.
   
Recently, he was awarded the Best Faculty Award 2015 for his overall achievements in Teaching, Research and Service in College of Business Administration.
   
His research papers were published in various national and international peer-reviewed journals ISI & Scopus indexed. His research article entitled, “CRM- a vital business tool for bankers” was included as a chapter in a book. He has conducted several training programs in Finance & Banking and a dozen of workshops in Educational Quality Management for University staff. He is also well versed with R-Programming and led a two-day workshop for PhD Scholars on "R-Programming Applications in Business Research". 
   
He was instrumental in securing approximately US $2.3 million funds from the World Bank’s Development Innovation Fund (DIF) by competitive bidding for the establishment of an MBA program and a program of undergraduate studies in Public & Development Management in Mekelle University, Ethiopia. He had experience sharing/study visits to different universities in South Africa, Germany, Belgium, France and Finland. 

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Best Faculty Award 2014-15

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Pics of Best Faculty Award 2014-15 ceremony held at College of Business Administration, Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University 

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Are Saudi Banks Efficient? Evidence Using Data Envelopment  Analysis (DEA)

Are Saudi Banks Efficient? Evidence Using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA)

Saudi Arabia has a bank-centric and diverse financial system compared with other countries in the region.  This paper uses basic DEA models i.e. CCR and...

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