Dr Wahabalbari Ahmed
Senior Lecturer and Programme Director
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Dr Wahabalbari Ahmed is a distinguished academic with over eight years of experience as a Senior Lecturer and Program Director at Birmingham City University. Dr Wahabalbari has a strong background in Islamic Finance, Business Economics, and Research Methodology.
Throughout his career, Dr Wahabalbari has consistently demonstrated their commitment to excellence in education. They have a proven track record of designing, developing, and delivering postgraduate programs of the highest quality, tailored to meet the diverse needs and expectations of students, colleagues, and university administrators. Dr Wahabalbari has been instrumental in shaping the academic journeys of countless students, providing guidance and mentorship to both PhD and Master's candidates, helping them achieve their academic and professional aspirations.
Driven by an unwavering passion for research and innovation, Dr Wahabalbari has delved into the intriguing realm of the psychology of scarcity. Their groundbreaking work challenges the conventional notions of scarcity in economics, as evidenced by his thought-provoking PhD thesis titled "Scarcity Thinking and Human Wants: Re-Examining the Concept of Scarcity in Economics."
This research has culminated in numerous publications in prestigious journals, influential book chapters, and presentations at esteemed national and international conferences. Dr Wahabalbari is renowned for his adept use of advanced quantitative methods, such as Structural Equation Modeling (SEM), to unravel complex relationships and provide robust empirical support for their arguments.
Beyond their academic and practitioner roles, Dr Wahabalbari is deeply committed to giving back to the community. They generously volunteer their time and expertise to various community and charity organisations in Birmingham and across the United Kingdom, embodying a spirit of altruism that complements his academic accomplishments.