Dr Syed Zamin Ali
|Position||Director Undergrad Finance Programs|
|Org Unit||Business School Office|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 8258|
Nexus 10 Tower
Portfolio Theory & Management at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. Treasury and Financial Risk Management at the Postgraduate level. Global Wealth Management at the Postgraduate level. Advanced Topics in Finance at the Undergraduate (Honours) level.
Other Subjects Taught
Advanced Business Finance at the Undergraduate and level. Management of Financial Intermediaries at the Undergraduate level. International Finance at the Undergraduate level. Equities and Investment Analysis at the Undergraduate level. Managing for Value Creation at the Postgraduate level.
Research InterestsBehavioural Finance, Time Series Analysis, Financial Services
PublicationsRefereed Journal Publications
"Adaptation of Online Material for Teaching Financial Economics Courses." by Zurbrugg, Derina and Ali, forthcoming Journal of Financial Education.
"Ethical Factors in Capital Markets. Socially Responsible versus Unscrupulous Investments." By Ali and Szyszka, forthcoming Argumenta Oeconomica, No 1-2 (18) 2007.
"Information Transmission and Adjustment Process during the Technology Bubble" by A. Z. Ali, China Journal of Finance, No 10., 2006
Refereed Conference Publications
August 2006 Investments and Financial Services Association Sydney, Australia "The Value of the Financial Planning Professional"
August 2005 1st Annual Meeting of the ABBSA Cairns, Australia. "Information Transmission and Adjustment Process during Speculative Bubbles: Indian and US markets during Technology Bubble"
July 2005 International Conference on Delegated Portfolio Management and Investor Behavior Chengdu, China "Information Transmission and Adjustment Process during the Technology Bubble"
Dec. 2004 Eight Capital Markets Conference Vashi, India "Price Adjustment Process during Technology Bubble - A Tale of Two Markets"
August 2004 ASBBS Annual International Conference Cairns, Australia "Price Adjustment Process, Return-Volume Dynamics during Information Technology Bubble in Indian Stock Market"
July 2004 What We Teach and How We Teach It: Perspectives on Economics from Around the Globe Adelaide, Australia "Adaptations of Online Material for Teaching Financial Economics Courses"
July 2003 Multinational Finance Society. Montreal, Canada. "How Speculative was the Internet Stock Market? Evidence from the US equity market."
June 2002 Financial Management Association Tokyo, Japan "Linear and Nonlinear price volume relationship in the Internet Market"
Dec. 2000 13th Australasian Banking and Finance Conference Sydney, Australia "Price Volume Relationship in the Internet Market"
January 2006 Investment and Financial Services Association In association with Dr. Chris Medlin, Ratna Derina, Dr. Ralf Zurbrugg. Titled "Value of the Financial Planning Professional"
January 2004 School of Commerce, University of Adelaide Titled "Why are the Pakistani and Indian Stock Market Linked?"
October 2003. Indian Stock Exchange Mumbai, India In association with Vijaya B Marisetty, Monash University Titled "Understanding Speculative Bubbles in Stock Markets"
August 2006 Investments and Financial Services Association Sydney,Australia "The Value of the Financial Planning Professional"
July 2006 UK Institute of Financial Services (Singapore) CentreSingapore "Value at Risk (VaR) - Its Importance and Application in the Financial Industry"
October 2005 Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia "Are Investors Ethical Only When They Can Afford It?"
Oct. 2004 School of Commerce, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia Presentation of thesis findings - "The Return-Volume Relationship for Emerging Market â€“ A Case study of Internet Technology Bubble in the United States"
May 2003 Monash University, Clayton Campus, Melbourne "How Speculative was the Internet Stock Market â€“ A price Adjustment process."
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