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.
PhD in Finance, The City University Cass Business School, London, The UK
Eldomiaty, T., Anwar, M., Magdy., N. and Hakam, M. 2020. Political Structural Breaks and Abnormal Stock Returns: Evidence from Egypt. Future Business Journal, 6(22): 1-9
Eldomiaty, T., Hammam, R. and El Bakry, R. 2020. Institutional Determinants of Financial Inclusion: Evidence from World Economies. International Journal of Development Issues, 19(2): 217-228
Bishara, Mina K., Andrikopoulos, P. and Eldomiaty, T.,2020. Ownership Structure, Information Asymmetry and Growth of the Firm: Implications from Non-Financial Firms Listed in S&P500. Managerial and Decision Economics, 41:1580–1589
Sami, M. and Eldomiaty, T. 2019. Modeling Dynamic Location Expansion of Multinational Firms in France. Empirical Economics. 1-29
Sami, M., Eldomiaty, T. and Kamal, M. 2020. How do Fund rates affect the U.S. Firms? A Threshold Estimation. Central Bank Review, 20(2): 75-84
Eldomiaty, T., Rasha Hammam, R., Saeed, Y. and Safwat, A. 2019. How Does Governance Help World Stock Market Development? Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis, Volume 101, 263–283
Eldomiaty, T., Hany, Y., Hammam, R. and AboualSoud, S. 2019. The associations between Stock Prices, Inflation Rates, Interest Rates are still Persistent: Empirical Evidence from Stock Duration Model. Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Science, 24(48), 1-13
Eldomiaty, T. Anwar, Marwa and Ayman. A. 2018. How Can Firms Monitor the move toward Optimal Working Capital? Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences, 34(3): 217-236
Eldomiaty, T., Andrikopoulos, P. and Kamal. Bishara, Mina K. 2019. Financial Decisions and Growth of the firm under High and Low levels of Information Asymmetry. Research in Finance, 35, 19–51 (best Paper Award 2020)
Eldomiaty, T., Bahaa El Din, M. and Attia, O. 2018. Modeling growth rates and anomalies of financing, investment and dividend decisions. International Journal of Modelling and Simulation, 38(3): 159-167
Eldomiaty, T., Hashem, M., Bahaa El Din, M. and Tayel, W. 2016. Firm, Industry and Economic Determinants of Working Capital at Risk. International Journal of Financial Engineering, 3(4): 1-29
Eldomiaty, T., Bahaa El Din, M., Azzam, I. Mostafa, W. and Mohamed, Z. 2018. An Empirical Assessment of the Reality of Pecking Order Theory. Research in Finance, 33: 43 - 73
Eldomiaty, T., Azzam, I. Bahie Eldin, A. 2015. Determinants of Capital Adequacy Ratios under Basel III: Stress Testing and Sensitivity Analysis on Egyptian Banks. International Journal of Finance, 27(3): 381-419.
Metwally, A., Eldomiaty, T., and Abd El Wahab, L. 2016. Does herding behaviour vary in bull and bear markets? Perspectives from Egypt. International Journal of Behavioural Accounting and Finance, 6(1): 26-53.
Eldomiaty, T., Lotfy, I. S., Rashwan, M., and ElDin, M. B. 2016. Robustness of Firm-Specific and Macroeconomic Determinants of Exploration Investments: Implications from Egyptian Oil & Gas Industry. Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences, 32(2): 137-159 (Best Paper Award for 2017)
Eldomiaty, T., Attia, O., ElDin, M. B. and Liu, J. 2017. The Significance of Risk-adjusted Cash Dividend Policy to Listed versus Delisted Firms in the UK. Advances in Financial Planning & Forecasting, 8: 1-47
Eldomiaty, T. Fikri, A. and Soliman, L. 2016. Institutional Quality, Economic Freedom and Stock Market Volatility in the MENA Region. Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, 9(3): 262-283
Eldomiaty, T. Fikri, A. and El Shater, D. 2015. The Relative Contribution of Micro and Macroeconomic Determinants of Bank Profitability: Empirical Study on MENA and EU. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, 76: 89-110
Eldomiaty, T., Attia, O., Mostafa, W. and Kamal, M. 2015. How Do Managers Manage Dividends Growth Rates? Research in Finance, 31: 107-136
Eldomiaty, T., Fikri, A., Soliman, A. and Anis, M. 2016. The Financial Aspects of the Corporate Responsibility Index in Egypt: A Quantitative Approach to Institutional Economics. International Journal of Social Economics, 43 (3): 284-307
Eldomiaty, T., Atia, O., Badawy, A. and Hafez, H. 2014. Mutual Benefits of Transferring Stock Risks to Dividend Policy. Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences, 30(2): 131-158. (Best Paper Award for 2015)
Eldomiaty, T., Badawy, A. and Fikri, A. 2013. Firm-Specific, Industry-Wide and Country-Wide Determinants of Corporate Capital Structure. International Journal of Economics & Business Research, 8(1): 93-124
Eldomiaty, T. and Attia, O. 2016. Market Risk-Adjusted Dividend Policy and Price-to-Book Ratio. Advances in Financial Planning & Forecasting, Forthcoming.
Eldomiaty, T. and Rashwan, M. 2013. Monitoring Competing Models of Firm Growth using Financial Data? International Journal of Economics & Business Research, 6(1): 69-86
Eldomiaty, T. I., Ismail, M. A., Mostafa, W. 2013. Testing a Potential Signaling of Capital Structure Decisions in Transitional Market: Subset Model Selection Approach. Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting. Forthcoming
Eldomiaty, T., Behery, M., Choi, C. J., and Ramzy, O. 2011. Indices, Firm Identity and Performance: Implications from the European Financial Services. European Business Review, Special Issue on “Business strategy in different market contexts” 23(5): 524 - 544
Eldomiaty, T., Charara, S., and Mostafa, W. 2011. Monitoring the Systematic and Unsystematic Risk in Dubai General Index: Do Financial Fundamentals Help?. Journal of Emerging Markets Finance, 10(3): 285-310
Jean Louis, Rosmy and Eldomiaty, T. 2010. How do stock prices respond to fundamental shocks in the case of the United States? Evidence from NASDAQ and DJIA. The Quarterly Review of Economics & Finance, 50(3): 310-322.
Eldomiaty, T., Al Dhahery, M., and Al Shukri, M. 2009. The Fundamental Determinants of Systematic Risk and Financial Transparency in the DFM General Index. Middle Eastern Finance & Economics, 5: 62-74
Behery, M. and Eldomiaty, T. 2010. Stakeholders-Oriented Banks and Bank Performance: Perspectives from International Business Management. International Journal of Commerce & Management, 20(2); 120-150
Eldomiaty, T and Kamel, H. 2009. Shareholder Value and the Articulation of P/B and Stock Return in Egypt’s CASE50 Index. International Research Journal of Finance & Economics, 23: 114-127
Eldomiaty, T. and Ismail, M. 2009. Modeling capital structure decisions in a transition market: empirical analysis of firms in Egypt. Review of Quantitative Finance & Accounting, 32(3): 211-233
Eldomiaty, Tarek I. and Mohamed, E. 2008. Is Debt Governance Structure Relevant to Operating Performance? Evidence from Egypt. International Journal of Accounting & Finance, 1(2): 216-249.
Eldomiaty, T. 2008. The Validity and Sensitivity of Debt Signaling Hypothesis in Transitional Market: Perspectives from Egypt. International Research Journal of Finance & Economics, 14: 122-140.
Eldomiaty, T., and Azim, Mohamed H. 2008. The Dynamics of Capital Structure and Heterogeneous Systematic Risk Classes in Egypt. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 3(1): 7-37.
Eldomiaty, T. 2007. Can the Normality of the Semi Variance be improved? Evidence from Financial Stock Index Data. Applied Econometrics and International Development, 7(2): 95-108.
Eldomiaty, T. 2007. Determinants of Corporate Capital Structure: Evidence from an Emerging Economy. International Journal of Commerce and Management, 17(1/2): 25-43
Eldomiaty, T., Mohamed, E. and Azim, Mohamed H. 2007. Is corporate fundamental analysis transparent to shareholders in transitional markets? Perspectives from Egypt. International Journal of Liability & Science Enquiry, 1(1/2), 50-65.
Eldomiaty, T. Choi, C. J. and Cheng, P. 2007. Determinants of Financial Signaling Theory and Systematic Risk Classes in Egypt: Implications for Revenue Management. International Journal of Revenue Management, 1(2): 154-176.
Eldomiaty, T. Choi, C. J. and Cheng, P. 2006. Global Corporate Governance: Incorporating Emerging Markets and Strategic Transparency in a New Triad Framework. Asia-Pacific Journal of Economics and Business, 10(1):48-61
Eldomiaty, T. 2006. Can Fundamental Analysis Support Shareholder Value in a Transitional Market? Perspectives from Egypt. International Business and Economics Research Journal, 5(1): 83-98.
Ismail, M. A. and Eldomiaty, T. 2005. Bayesian Identification of the Predictors for Capital Structure in Egypt. Advances and Applications in Statistics, 5(1): 1-20
Eldomiaty, Tarek I. and Moh’d H. Abd Elazim. 2005. The Effects of Accrual vs. Cash Flow Basis on Shareholder Value in a Transitional Market: Evidence from Egypt. Journal of Economics & Administrative Sciences, 20(2): 48-63
Eldomiaty, Tarek I. and Ismail, M. A. 2005. A Bayesian Approach for Testing the Debt Signaling Hypothesis in a Transitional Market: Perspectives from Egypt. Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting. 4: 163-194
Eldomiaty, Tarek I. 2005. Measuring Transparency of Corporate Transitional Performance in Egypt: A Quantitative Approach," International Journal of Business, 10(1): 61-77.
Eldomiaty, T. I and Choi, C. J. 2006. Corporate Governance and Strategic Transparency: East Asia in the International Business System. Corporate Governance: International Journal of Business in Society, 6(3): 281-295
Eldomiaty, T. I. 2004. Signaling Corporate Market Value in Transition Economies: Perspectives from Egypt. Journal of Economics & Administrative Sciences, 20(1): 14-35.
Millar, C. C.J.M., Eldomiaty, T., Choi, C. J. and Hilton, B. 2005. Corporate Governance and Institutional Transparency in Emerging Markets. Journal of Business Ethics, 59(1/2): 163-174
- Corporate Financial Modeling
- Financial Risk Management
- Institutional Quality and Corporate Financial Decisions