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Dr. Md. Mahmudul Alam is an Associate Professor of Finance at Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) and an Associate Fellow at University Technology MARA (UiTM, Malasyia). He was awarded the AFFP Research Fellowship from Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and United Nations Environment Programme (FS-UNEP Centre, Germany). He obtained his PhD and Master’s degrees in Environment and Development (Finance & Economics) from National University of Malaysia (UKM), and Bachelor (Hons) degree in Business Administration (Finance & Economics) from North South University (NSU) in Bangladesh. To date he has published more than 100 articles in refereed journals, including in the Journal of Cleaner Production, Renewable Energy, Ecological Indicators, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, Economic Modelling, Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, European Journal of East Asian Studies, Journal of Developing Areas, Journal of Economic Studies, Asia-Pacific Development Journal and one of the top most prestigious economics journals - Challenge: the Magazine of Economic Affairs. He has published five books/monographs. He has presented more than 100 articles at international conferences. His current h-index is 26 in Google Scholar, 12 in SCOPUS, and 10 in WoS Clarivate Analytics with citations of 2,800+ in Google Scholar, 800+ in SCOPUS, and 500+ in WoS Clarivate Analytics. He has 560,000+ academic readers in different online platforms and considered the top 1% most read author. He has received several awards from Elsevier, Emerald, Willy, Publons, UUM and UKM and he has also been recognized as one of the “Top Bangladesh Development Researchers of the Millennium” by the BDRC, USA. He has experience as an editorial board member of 10 international journals and a reviewer of 40+ journals. He has 3 years corporate experiences and 6 years teaching experiences. He has supervised records of 6 PhD, 10 Masters and 7 Undergraduate theses/dissertations. He was involved in 5 consultancy projects and 22 research grant projects. His research areas include sustainable finance, sustainable development, ecological economics, financial economics, fintech, and Islamic finance and economics.
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