Dr Shahbano Khan

Before entering academia, Dr Shahbano Khan gained experience in a number of roles, including working as an assistant manager in a bank and working as a team leader at the Ritz.

Dr Shahbano Khan

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After completing her MBA degree from Coventry University, Shahbano joined London South Bank University to pursue her PhD in Accounting and Finance.

She worked at London South Bank University as an associate lecturer in the Department of Business, co-teaching modules in financial reporting, international financial accounting, risk management, financial accounting and financial entrepreneurship.

Shahbano has now joined London Metropolitan University as an active researcher and lecturer in accounting and finance and  completed her PhD at London South Bank University.

Shahbano’s main research areas are sustainability accounting, accounting history and international accounting.

Shahbano is particularly interested in:

  • Risk management
  • Value at risk and expected shortfalls
  • Impact of financial turmoil on stocks and commodities
  • Stereotypes of the accountant in popular culture
  • Evolution of accounting research, social and environmental accounting research

She has a passion for finance and research, and is an expert with software such as Sage, QuickBooks and Xero, as well as research software like Bloomberg, Matlab, SPSS and Python.

In her research, Shahbano adopts qualitative and quantitative methods to gather data, including:

  • Bloomberg
  • Fame database
  • Yahoo finance
  • Content analysis
  • Semantic analysis
  • Interviews
  • Focus groups
  • Action research on case studies
  • Thematic analysis on literary works
  • Archival research

Shahbano has presented her papers at international conferences, including:

  • 'Asymmetric Conditional Dependence Modelling between S&P500 Index and Gold Price Index' at the 2nd International Sustainable Co-operative and Social Entrepreneurship Conference

Dr. Shahbano Khan
Lecturer in Accounting and Finance
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