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Dr. Md. Mahmudul Alam is an Associate Professor of Finance at Universiti Utara Malaysia, and a Research fellow at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, and University Technology MARA. He obtained Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in Environment and Development (Fin. & Econ.) from National University of Malaysia (UKM), and Bachelor (Hons) degree in Business Administration (Fin. & Econ.) from North South University (NSU) in Bangladesh. He has 200+ publications including 125+ articles in refereed journals, 80+ articles in international conferences, and five books/ monographs. His publications appear in ranked international journals such as, Journal of Cleaner Production, Renewable Energy, Ecological Indicators, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 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, American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Qualitative Research in Financial Markets, and one of the most prestigious economic policy journals - Challenge: the Magazine of Economic Affairs. His current h-index is 24 in Google Scholar, 10 in SCOPUS, and 7 in ISI Clarivate Analytics. His citations are 2,200+ in Google Scholar, 500+ in SCOPUS, and 400+ in ISI Clarivate Analytics. According to the Research Gate, he is the most read author from his department with total read 130,000+ and RG Score 25+. In Academia, he is included among the top 1% academicians with total view 170,000+. SSRN article download record shows his publications are among the top 1%. He is recognized as one of the “Top Bangladesh Development Researchers of the Millennium” by BDRC. His research areas include Sustainable finance, Sustainable development, Sustainable business, Financial economics, and Islamic finance & economics.
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