Abdullah Aryoubi

Short Profile

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.

Research Areas

  • Dissertation Topic: Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Development/ Strategy
  • Real Estate Investment/ Strategy
  • Geschlossene Fonds


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).