Syeda Marjia Hossain

PHD Student

Syeda Marjia Hossain

Syeda Marjia Hossain

Academic Area(s): Real Estate & Planning
Supervisor(s): Dr Jorn van de Wetering, Professor Sarah Sayce
Research Topic(s): Sustainability and Valuation in real estate market in UK
s.m.hossain@pgr.reading.ac.uk

Areas of academic interest

Sustainability in real estate, Real estate valuation, Corporate Finance

Profile

Marjia completed her MSc In Financial Management from University of Hull, UK in 2011 and joined as a Lecturer at North South University, Bangladesh. During her work at North South University she got involved in projects related to Bangladeshi capital market.

While searching for topics for her PhD, she got interested in sustainability and real estate valuation. Her research is based in UK real estate market and valuers. She will be studying UK valuers to understand sustainability from their perspective. Marjia’s research will also try to find how much of typical sustainability is considered into UK valuation process.

Qualifications

  • MSc in Financial Management, University of Hull, UK (2011)
  • BBA in Finance and Accounting, North South University, Bangladesh (2009)

Publications

Ahkam, S. N., Imran, S. N. and Hossain, S. M. (2014), 'Did Foreign Firms in Bangladesh Paid Higher Dividend During Subprime Crisis? - An Investigation', Journal of Advanced Management Science, Vol 2, No. 1.

Ahkam, S.N., Imran, S.N. and Hossain, S. M. (2014), 'Tax Rebate and Dividend Payout in Bangladesh', China-USA Business Review, Vol 13, No. 9.

Ahkam, S.N., Imran, S.N. and Hossain, S. M. (2015), 'Determinants of Dividend Payout Policy in a Rapidly Growing Economy: The case of Bangladesh', Presented at the 25th Anniversary of Association of Global Business, Working Paper.