Split-Site Graduate Students

 

A Split-Site graduate student is a doctoral or master degree candidate at another university who stays at the CIS for six months to one year as a non-degree student to work under the supervision of a faculty member of the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg.

 

PAST SPLIT-SITE GRADUATE STUDENTS

 

Abdul Naser Qader Ridha, M.Sc.
Past split-site Master student: October 2011 – September 2012
Master thesis: “The Impact of Leakage of Students on the Process of Human Development in Iraq for the period 2001 – 2011)
College of Administration & Economics, University of Baghdad
al_rwase@yahoo.com

Abdulrahman O. Jumaah, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: October 2010 – September 2011
Dissertation: “The Role of the Independence of the Central Bank on the Effectiveness of Monetary Policy in Achieving Economic Stability”
Teacher, College of Administration and Economics, University of Baghdad
abdulrhman64@yahoo.com

Adil A. Kadhim Wazni, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: February to August 2014
Dissertation: “The Effect of Competitive Advantage on Demand for Tourism in Selected Countries”
Teacher at the Faculty of Religious Tourism and Hotel Management, University of Kerbela
adel.wazni@yahoo.com

Ahmad Mahmood Habeeb, M.Sc.
Past split-site Master student: October 2010 – December 2011
Master thesis: “The Relationship between Technical Education and the Labor Market – a Field Study in the Duhok Governorate”.
College of Administration & Economics, University of Duhok
ahmad_buti@yahoo.com

Ahmed Abdulzahra Hamdan Al-Sudani, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: October 2010 – September 2012
Dissertation: “The Impact of the Central Bank Transformation on the Monetary Policy in Iraq”
Teacher, College of Administration and Economics, Mustansiriya University
abdulzahraahmed@yahoo.com

Ahmed Hamdi Ahmed, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: October 2010 – September 2011
Dissertation: “Effects of the Financial Crisis on Government Budget Deficit in Iraq”
Teacher, College of Administration and Economics, Mustansiriya University
ahmed_abuzahraa@yahoo.com

Ahmed Saleem Raheem, M.Sc.
Past split-site Master student: October 2011 – September 2012
Master thesis: “Causes of the Decline of the Agricultural Production in Iraq, 2003-2010”.
College of Administration & Economics, Mustansiriya University
ahmed.2376@yahoo.com

Ahsan Jabr Ashoor Al-Garawy, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: October 2010 – September 2011
Dissertation: “The Impact of the Monetary Policy on Macroeconomic Stability and Growth in Iraq, 1991 – 2011”
Teacher, College of Administration and Economics, University of Baghdad
hssn_Jabbar@yahoo.com

Akram Neamah Ali Al-Daheedhawi, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: February to August 2014
Dissertation: “Sovereign Debt Crisis: Reasons and Directions in Euro Zone and Iraq”
Asst. lecturer, College of Administration and Economics, University of Kufa
akramn.ali@uokufa.edu.iq

Arkan Badran Sabr, M.Sc.
Past split-site Master student: October 2011 – September 2012
Master thesis: “The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 on Islamic Banks”
College of Administration & Economics, University of Baghdad
mbshd@yahoo.com

Dildar Haydar Ahmed Albarwari Sheri, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: January – December 2014
Dissertation: “Policies associated with the liberalization of international trade to protect the poor from trade shocks for selected developing countries, 1981-2011”
Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Zakho
dildarha@hotmail.com

Firas Hussein Ali Maeedi, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: February – August 2014
Dissertation: “The Role of Central Banks in Monetary Stability”
Teacher, College of Administration and Economics, University of Kerbela
fsh1996@yahoo.com

Haider Arif, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: October 2009 – September 2010
Dissertation: “Iraqi Stock Market – Its Efficiency and future Perspectives”
Teacher, College of Administration and Economics, University of Bagdad
arefhaider@yahoo.com

Jagarkhin Ali M. Saleem, M.Sc.
Past split-site Master student: October 2010 – December 2011
Master thesis: “The Role of Commercial Banks in Financing Investment Activities in Kurdistan Region of Iraq”
College of Administration & Economics, University of Duhok
cegerxin@hotmail.com

Kaled Kahtan Abood Al-Jware, Dr.
Past split-site Ph.D. student: September 2014 – February 2015
Dissertation: “The reality of food security in Iraq and its prospects in the light of domestic and international developments”
Teacher, College of Administration and Economics, Mustansiriya University
khalid_kahtan@yahoo.com

Kamal K. Jawad Al-Shimari, Dr..
Past split-site Ph.D. student: February – August 2014
Dissertation: “Environmental Standards and their Impact on the Competitiveness of Exports in Selected Economies”
Teacher at the Dept. of Economics, College of Administration and Economics, University of Kerbela
unv.kamal@yahoo.com

Malik Abdulraheem Mohammed, M.Sc.
Past split-site Master student: October 2011 – September 2012
Master thesis: “The Impact of Trade Liberalization on the Iraqi Economy 2003-2010”
College of Administration & Economics, Mustansiriya University
malik.abd22@yahoo.com

Mirkhas Arif Taher
Past split-site Master student: July – December 2014
Dissertation: Fragility and Economic Development – An Analytical Study of a Group of Middle East Countries“
College of Administration and Economics, University of Zakho
MerkhasBani@gmail.com

Mohammed Husein Mahmood Al-Nadem, M.Sc.
Past split-site Master student: October 2010 – September 2011
M.Sc. thesis: “Prospect of the Industrial Sector in Iraq”
College of Administration and Economics, University of Baghdad
m.alndem@yahoo.com

Mohammed Kadhim Shamkhi Al-Darraji, M.Sc.
Past split-site Master student: October 2010 – September 2011
M.Sc. thesis: “The Role of the Housing Sector in the Economic Development of Iraq”
College of Administration & Economics, University of Baghdad
mahmmdmahmmd@yahoo.com

Rebaz Dhahir Ismael, M.Sc.
Past split-site Master student: October 2010 – December 2011
M.Sc. thesis: “Foreign Investment Participation in the Development of Primary Sector in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq“
College of Administration & Economics, Salahaddin University Hawler
rebaz_shexany@yahoo.com

Salah Ramadan Obeyd, M.Sc.
Split-site Ph.D. student in Economics, University of Zakho
Dissertation: “The Impact of Iraq’s Accession to WTO on Iraqi Banking Sector”
Salah graduated with a Master of Science degree of the Sheffield Hallam University, UK, and is assistant lecturer on leave (May 2015 – April 2016) at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Zakho.
salahjak@yahoo.com