School of Business & Quality Management
Dr. Mohamed El Baradie
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Academic title
Assistant Professor
School Affiliation
Contact Info

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Management Accounting
Islamic Accounting
Disclosure and Corporate Governance


Ph.D. University of Durham. UK 2008
MBA Wayne State University. USA 1997
B.Sc. Alexandria University 1992

Professional experience

Dr. Mohamed El Baradie is an Assistant Professor and the Head of the Accounting & Finance Department at Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University in the School of Business and Quality Management. Before joining HBMSU Dr. El Baradie worked as an Assistant Professor at Al Hosn University, Abu Dhabi and The American University in The Emirates, Dubai. He also taught Accounting courses at The University of Durham. He worked as a Financial Controller with American Airlines, and an Accounting Controller with P. Tech Corporation both in the USA. Also, he is a certified Business Trainer by US AID. Dr. El Baradie’s teaching experience includes Financial Accounting, Cost/Managerial Accounting, Auditing, and Finance. Dr. El Baradie received his Ph.D. in Accounting from The University of Durham, United Kingdom, an MBA from Wayne State University, Michigan, USA, and the bachelor degree from Alexandria University, Egypt. His research interests include Management Accounting techniques and the Institutionalization of Costing methods, disclosure and corporate governance, and Islamic Accounting & Finance.

Recent publications

  • Behind the Veil: the challenges and Impediments encountered by women entrepreneurs in the UAE
  • Should Auditors Be Whistle-blowers? BaAshen, M., El Baradie, M. Innovation Arabia 10, Dubai, UAE.
  • Commercial Vs. Islamic Banking; A study into the fundamental differences between traditional commercial banks and Islamic banks, and their implications on the financial sector in the UAE
  • IFRS 16-leases & Off Balance Sheet: Challenges to Emerging Capital Markets. Abdel Fattah, T., El Baradie, M.
  • Financial Audit Quality; From UAE’s Auditors Perspective. Ebrahim, O., El Baradie, M.
  • The Sarbanes Oxley act as a corporate governance and financial practice instrument; a preliminary comparative study between United Arab Emirates & Unites States of America.
  • “The Internal & External Factors Influencing Accounting Practices in Egypt; A NEO-OIE Approach”. M. El Baradie, A. Ragab, M. Ragheb.
  • “Towards A Successful Implementation of the Target Costing Technique in The Egyptian Industry Environment”. M. El Baradie, A. Ragab, M. Ragheb, A. Sakr