Dr. Mohamed Chakib Kolsi
Dr. Mohamed Chakib Kolsi is an assistant professor and the head of the accounting & finance department at Emirates College of Technology, Abu Dhabi. Dr. Mohamed Chakib Kolsi obtained his PhD degree from the University of Manouba, Tunisia in 2010 and his Masters in 2003. Dr. Kolsi earns more than 17 years teaching experience with large administrative experience as head of the department. Dr Kolsi obtained his HDR from the university of Manouba Tunisia in 2013 and has been promoted to the grade of associate professor of accounting in 2017 at the University of Sfax, Tunisia. Dr. Kolsi published numerous research papers in peer-reviewed indexed journals including Wiley, Emerald, Indersience Publishing. He supervised much research projects at the bachelor, master and PhD levels. Dr. Kolsi main research interests include: corporate social responsibility, Islamic finance, corporate governance, auditing, financial reporting and earnings management.
- Mohamed Chakib Kolsi & Osama Attayah (2018) “Are Socially Responsible Firms Less Engaged in Earnings Management? Evidence from ADX listed Companies” The International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, Vol. 17 (4), pp.536-560. Ranked SCOPUS (Q2), ABDC(B).
- Mohamed Chakib Kolsi & Osama Attayah (2018) “ Environmental Policy Disclosures and Sustainable development: Determinants, measure and impact on firm value for ADX listed companies”, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, Vol.25 (2), pp. 1-12. Wiley Editions, Ranked SCOPUS (Q1) and Thomson Reuters (Q1), ABDC(A), (Impact Factor 5.32).
- Mohamed Chakib Kolsi & Rihab Grassa (2017), “Did Corporate Governance Mechanisms Affect Earnings Management: Further Evidence from GCC Islamic Banks”, The International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, Vol. 10 (1), pp.2-23, https://doi.org/10.1108/IMEFM-07-2015-0076 Emerald Publishing.
Ranked ABDC (B rank), SCOPUS (Q2), Thomson Reuters.
- Mohamed Chakib Kolsi “The Determinants of Corporate Voluntary Disclosure Policy: Evidence from ADX” (2017), The Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies, Vol.7(2), pp.249-265, https://doi.org/10.1108/JAEE-12-2015-0089, Emerald Publishing, Ranked ABDC (C), PROQUEST, SCOPUS.
5. Mohamed Chakib Kolsi & Osama Attayah, (2017) “How Are Discretionary Accruals Priced? Evidence from the Canadian Stock Market” The International Journal of Managerial and Financial Accounting, Inderscience Publishing, Vol 9, No.3, pp. 283-302. Ranked SCOPUS (Q3), ABDC.