Tarek Ibrahim Eldomiaty
- Position: Professor of Finance
- Department: Department of Management
Tarek Ibrahim Eldomiaty is a professor of finance at the American University in Cairo (AUC). Eldomiaty holds a PhD in finance from The City University Cass Business School in London, the UK. Eldomiaty taught at master's and PhD programs at many international academic institutions such as the Australian National University (NGSM), The City University Cass Business School, University of Westminster, UAE University and University of Dubai. He served as the dean of the faculty of business at Misr International University. Eldomiaty teaches courses in finance including financial modeling, financial risk management, investment portfolio management, corporate finance and banking risk management. Eldomiaty has been a consultant to the Chamber of Commerce at Sharjah (UAE) for the financial modeling and feasibility studies for Small Business Enterprises (SME). Eldomiaty served as a member in the sustainability committee at Egypt stock exchange. He has several publications in prestigious journals including International Journal of Financial Engineering, Advances in Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Journal of Behavioural Accounting and Finance, International Journal of Emerging Markets, Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences, Asia-Pacific Journal of Business and Economics, International Journal of Revenue Management, International Business and Economics Research Journal, Applied Econometrics and and International Development, International Journal of Liability and Scientific Inquiry, International Journal of Accounting and Finance, European Business Review, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Journal of Emerging Markets Finance, Corporate Governance: International Journal of Business in Society, Journal of Business Ethics, Advances in Financial Planning and Forecasting. Eldomiaty won the Emerald Literati award in the years 2015, 2017, and 2020.
- Corporate Financial Modeling
- Financial Risk Management
- Institutional Quality and Corporate Financial Decisions