Alaa Razia

Alaa Razia
An-Najah National University · Department of Islamic Banking

PhD in Economics

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4
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3 Research Items
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Introduction
Alaa Razia currently works at the Department of Islamic Banking, An-Najah National University . PhD in Financial Economics with expertise of predictive models (applied to firm in the banking sector, published in indexed journals). Also, knowledge of deep learning tools and accounting and financial analysis. Currently my research topics are related banking , insurance and Islamic finance.
Additional affiliations
October 2010 - April 2020
An-Najah National University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Chair person of Islamic Banking Department
Education
September 2014 - November 2016
University of Santiago de Compostela
Field of study
  • Financial Economics
August 2008 - December 2010
Texas Tech University
Field of study
  • Economics

Publications

Publications (4)
Article
This paper tests the relationship between competition and bank stability for 356 banks operating in the Middle East North Africa (MENA) countries during the period 2005-2012. Our results show that for the overall sample, a U-shaped relationship between competition and banks’ risk taking for MENA banks. The negative linear relationship between Z-Sco...
Article
This paper has analyzed cost efficiency and its determinants in Middle Eastern and Northern African (MENA) countries during the 2005–2012 period. Our results have shown that cost efficiency is positively related with economic performance, but the level of concentration and market share has a negative influence on the former, thus supporting the Qui...
Article
This paper tests four related theories on the relationships among market structure, profitability, and efficiency using a stochastic frontier analysis and dynamic panel data for 201 banks in Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries during the 2005–2012 period. The results show that neither the structure–conduct–performance hypothesis nor the e...
Conference Paper
The Middle East North Africa (MENA) banking system has experienced significant developments in recent years. This is related mainly to deregulation of financial services, which lead to a debate on whether competition can improve the performance and efficiency of the banks. This paper tests four hypotheses that have been proposed in the literature o...

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