Mohamed holds a PhD degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Bristol. He holds the University of Bristol Blended Learning & Teaching Certificate and is an Associate Fellow of Higher Education Academy (AFHEA). Before joining Alliance Manchester Business School, Mohamed held the position of Senior Associate Lecturer at the University of Bristol School of Accounting and Finance. His research interest involves market-based accounting research, corporate governance, corporate (risk) disclosures, corporate failure, textual analysis, and external auditing/internal controls. His research outputs are published in and target internationally recognised journals and accepted in many international conferences in the US (AAA), Europe, and the UK. He presented his research outputs in many seminars and conferences such as BAFA in 2018, BAFA SWAG in 2019, and BAFA SEAG in 2020.
Elsayed, M., & Elshandidy, T. (2021). Internal control effectiveness, textual risk disclosure, and their usefulness: US evidence. Advances in Accounting, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.adiac.2021.100531.
Elsayed, M., & Elshandidy, T. (2020). Do narrative-related disclosures predict corporate failure? Evidence from UK non-financial publicly quoted firms. International Review of Financial Analysis, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.irfa.2020.101555.