Abdullah Aryoubi has been working as an external doctoral student at the Department of Corporate Accounting in the Department of Applied Economics since January 2018 and researches on mergers & acquisitions. At the same time, he graduated in Business Administration and Economics as the fastest student at the University of Hamburg.
During his studies, Mr. Aryoubi gained international experience during a semester abroad at the Bordeaux École de Management and an internship in Dubai. In addition, he gained practical experience on the Hamburg Stock Exchange, in an investment bank and M & A boutique, before taking up employment with a Big4 company in the area of transaction services (M & A / corporate finance).
Abdullah Aryoubi holds a doctoral degree from the Claussen-Simon Graduate Center at HSBA and, in addition to his doctorate, works as a manager in an international WP company in the area of transaction services (M & A / corporate finance). His supervisors are Prof. Dr. med. André Küster Simic at the HSBA and Prof. Dr. med. Klaus B. Beckmann at the Helmut-Schmidt University.
Journal articles (refereed)
Aryoubi, Abdullah, Thomas, Paul, and Thomas Walther. 2021. "The Time-varying Relationship between Liquidity and Stock Returns: Evidence from Germany." : .
Aryoubi, Abdullah. 2020. "Quantitative Easing and its Implications on Private Equity in the Euro Are." Journal of International Business and Economics 8(2): ISSN: 374-2208 (Print), 2374-2194(Online).