Dr Mamiza Haq
Mamiza Haq
Senior Lecturer in Finance
  • PhD, Finance (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University))
  • MSc, Finance (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)
  • MCom, Finance (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)
  • BCom Hons, Banking & Finance (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)
+61 7 334 63090
Room 332, Colin Clark Building, St. Lucia Campus

    Dr. Mamiza Haq is a Senior Lecturer in Banking and Finance.

    She holds Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Finance), Master of Commerce (Finance), Master of Science (Finance) and PhD degrees.

    Dr Haq's research interest centres on bank equity, and credit risks, bank regulation, capital adequacy requirement and market discipline, bank competition and efficiency, financial crises, and non-conventional banking (microfinance and Islamic finance). She is also interested in the area of corporate finance including dividend policy, capital structure, mergers and acquisitions.

    Her research publications have appeared in international and Australian peer-reviewed journals. Dr Haq has received a number of competitive research grants. She is an active researcher and presents her work regularly at international and Australian conferences. Dr Haq teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. She also supervises honours, Masters and PhD students.

    Research interests

    Corporate Finance
    R&D, innovation, dividend policy, capital structure, mergers and acquisitions.
    Financial institutions
    Bank regulation: capital regulation and market discipline; design and implementation of deposit insurance; bank M&A; cross-country linkages; banking crises and risks; competition; efficiency and profitability of non-conventional banks and informal institutions including microfinance institutions.


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    • Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ)
    • Financial Management Association (FMA)


    2008-2010 RMIT Business Portfolio Scholarship
    2006-2007 Endeavour International Post-Graduate Research Scholarship

    Major research grants

    Title Agency Year Amount
    Deposit insurance, market discipline and the relevance to bank systematic risk UQ Early Career Research Grant 2012 $14,137
    New evidence on bank regulation, charter value, off-balance sheet activities, market discipline and bank risk: a cross country analysis AFAANZ Research Grant 2011 $5,203
    Towards a better understanding of bank regulation, off-balance sheet activities, market discipline and bank risk exposure UQ New Staff Research Startup Fund 2010 $1,955
    Managerial incentives, market power and bank risk: evidence from the US bank holding companies AFAANZ Research Grant 2009 $7,871