Ekramy Mokhtar

Faculty: Business AdministrationDepartment: AccountingPosition: Associate ProfessorOffice Number: 228/3Phone: 01/300 110Ext: 2576E-mail: e.mokhtar@bau.edu.lb


Dr.Ekramy Mokhtar received his PhD in Accounting 2011, Diploma in Social Science Research Methods 2008 from Cardiff University, UK. In addition, Dr.Ekramy received a master degree in Accounting from Alexandria University, Egypt. He is Assistant Professor in the Accounting Department – Faculty of Business Administration – Beirut Arab University. He was Assistant Professor of Accounting in Damanhour University, Egypt. He worked as a visiting professor in Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime (Egypt) and as a teaching assistant in Cardiff University (UK).  

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Teaching Exprience

Before joining BAU, Dr Ekramy Mokhtar teach Accounting principles, Intermediate Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Advanced financial Accounting at the Damanhour University and Arab Academy in Egypt and Financial Accounting in Cardiff Business School in the UK. At BAU, he taught Accounting principles, Corporation and Partnership Accounting, Cost Acounting, Managerial Accounting  and Advanced Financial Accounting (BBA), Research Methodology and Statistical Analysis and Accounting and Financial Reporting (MBA), Advanced Cost Accounting (MSC) and Seminar in Cost and Managerial Accounting and Seminar in Research Methodology in Accounting (PhD).

2015-16 Courses



  • Mokhtar, E. S. and Mellett, H. (2013) “Competition, corporate governance, ownership structure and risk reporting”, Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol 28 No.9, pp. 838-865.
  • Mokhtar, E. S. (2015) “Determinants of Corporate Social Disclosure: An Empirical Study in the Lebanese Banking Sector“, Accounting Thought, Ain Shams University, forthcoming. (in Arabic).


  • Paper presented at Cardiff Business School 13th Annual Financial Reporting and Business Communication Conference, PhD Stream, July 2009.
  • Paper presented at 3rd European Risk Conference: Risk and Accounting, September, PhD Stream, 2009, London, UK.



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Scholarship from Egyptian Government (2006-2011).