Dr Tariq Haque

Lecturer in Finance
Dr Tariq Haque
  Org Unit Business School Office
  Email tariq.haque@adelaide.edu.au
  Telephone +61 8 8313 7599
  Location Floor/Room 12 22 ,  Nexus 10 Tower ,   North Terrace

Dr Tariq Haque joined The University of Adelaide in February 2008.  He completed his PhD in Finance from The University of Melbourne in 2007 where he was also a Senior Tutor in the Department of Finance.  He has also previously worked in the insurance industry as an actuarial analyst.

Advanced topics in finance (Asset pricing: Honours/Masters)

Fixed Income Securities (Masters)

Financial Institutions Management II (Undergraduate)

Portfolio Theory and Management (Masters)

Managerial Finance (MBA)

Asset pricing, behavioural finance, funds management

Haque, T.H., How profitable is the butterfly strategy in Australian fixed income markets?, JASSA: The Finsia Journal of Applied Finance, 2009 (3), pp. 37-43

Haque, T.H., Switching Between the Banking and Metals and Mining Sectors of Australia, International Review of Finance, 2009 (9), pp. 387-403

Haque, T.H., The Interaction between Switching and Lead-Lag Effects in Equity Markets, Journal of Asset Management, 2011 (12), pp. 350-359

Haque, T.H., Lead-lag effects in Australian Industry Portfolios, Asia-Pacific Financial Markets, 2011 (3), pp. 267-290

Haque, T.H., Risk-On Risk-Off: Implications for investors in the Australian stock and bond markets, JASSA: The Finsia Journal of Applied Finance, 2013 (4), pp. 47-52

Haque, T.H and A.D.Ahmed, The relationship between Australian mutual fund fees and risk-adjusted performance in differing economic conditions, Australian Economic Papers, 2015 (1), pp. 1-21

Member of Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ)

Member of Insititute of Actuaries of Australia (IAA)

Honours/MBR Co-ordinator for finance discipline

Tutorial Co-ordinator for finance discipline

Principal Organizer for 2009 Inaugural SymposiumSA

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