Dr Abdel Halabi
Abdel's research interests include Accounting Education, Accounting History, Accounting for Sporting Clubs and Islamic Banking.
Halabi, A., 2008, Accounting for junior football clubs, in Behind the Play: Football in Australia, eds Peter Burke and June Senyard, Maribyrnong Press, Hawthorn Vic Australia, pp. 63-70.
Frost, L., Halabi, A., 2008, The Country Football Club: Measuring its success as a community institution, in Behind the Play: Football in Australia, eds Peter Burke and June Senyard, Maribyrnong Press, Hawthorn Vic Australia, pp. 73-88.
Halabi, A.K., Ridzwa, A.H., Shanmugam, B., 2004, Growth of Islamic banking in Australia, in Islamic Banking: An International Perspective, eds Bala Shanmugam, Vignesen Perumal and Alfieya Hanuum Ridzwa, UPM Press, Malaysia, pp. 1-10.
Halabi, A., 1997, Accounting for Bad and Doubtful Debts, in Case Studies in The Theory and Practice of Financial Accounting, Butterworths, Australia, pp. 156-170.
Halabi, A. (2015) "Australian rural accountants' views on how locally provided CPD compares with city-based provision" Accounting Education: An International Journal, 24(6),539-554. (ABDC, B; ERA 2010, B)
Halabi, A., & Carroll B. (2015) "Increasing the usefulness of farm financial information and management: A qualitative study from the accountant's perspective" Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 10(3), 227-242. (ABDC, B; ERA 2010,B)
Papageorgiou, K,and Halabi, A. (2014) "Factors contributing toward student performance in a distance education accounting degree" Meditari Accountancy Research, 22(2),211-223. (ABDC, C; ERA 2010, C)
Halabi, A.K.,Essop, A., Carmichael, T., Steyn, B (2014) Preliminary evidence of a relationship between the use of online learning and academic performance in a South African first-year university accounting course, Africa Education Review,11(2), 164-182. (ERA 2010, C)
Halabi, A. (2014) "Examining the satisfaction levels of continual professional development provided by a rural accounting professional body" Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 24(2), 59-70. (ERA 2010, B)
Frost, L.,Lightbody, M. & Halabi, A. (2013). "Expanding social inclusion in community sports organizations: evidence from rural Australian Football clubs" Journal of Sport Management, 27, 453–466. (ABDC, A*; ERA 2010, A*)
Halabi, A., Frost,L. & Lightbody, M. (2012). "Football history off the field: utilising financial reports to challenge long held 'myths' about the history of the Carlton Football Club" Accounting History, 17(1), 63-82. (ABDC, B; ERA 2010, A)
Colombage, S.R.,& Halabi, A.K. (2012). Asymmetry of information and the finance-growth nexus in Emerging Markets – Empirical evidence using VECM analysis, Journal of Developing Areas, 46(1), 133-146. (ABDC,B; ERA 2010, B)
Ekatah, I., Samy, M., Bampton R., & Halabi, A.K (2011). The relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility and profitability: The case of Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Corporate Reputation Review, 14(4), 249-261.
Johnson, G., & Halabi, A.K., (2011). The Accounting undergraduate capstone experience: The Accounting Undergraduate Capstone:Promoting Synthesis, Reflection, Transition, and Competencies. Journal of Education for Business, 86(5),266-273.
Halabi, A.K.,& De Lange, P. (2011). The usefulness and interactions of WebCT from an Accounting student's perspective. Advances in Accounting Education Teaching and Curriculum Innovations, 12, 77–95
Uz - Zaman Khan,H. Mhd., Halabi, A. K., & Sartorius, K (2011). The use of multiple performance measures and the Balanced scorecard (BSC) in Bangladeshi firms: An empirical investigation. Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies. 1(2), 160-190.
Halabi, A.K.,Essop, A, Joosub, T, Padia, N., Vawda, M., Yasseen, Y. (2010). A South African Study comparing the effectiveness of Computer Based Learning Materials and face-to-face teaching. Meditari Accountancy Research, 18(2),23-37. (ABDC, C)
Uz - Zaman Khan,H. Mhd, Halabi, A. K and Masud, Z, (2010). Empirical Study of the underlying Theoretical Hypothesis in the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) Model: Further Evidence from Bangladesh. Asia-Pacific Management Accounting Journal,5(2), 45-73.
Uz - Zaman Khan,H. Mhd., Ahmed, R., & Halabi, A. K. (2010). Competition, business strategy and the adoption of multiple performance measurement system: Some evidence from Bangladesh". Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, 10, 201-232.
Halabi, A.K.,Barrett, R, & Dyt, R (2010). Understanding Financial Information Used to Assess Small Firm Performance: An Australian Qualitative Study. Qualitative Research in Management and Accounting, 7(2), 163-179. (ABDC, B; ERA 2010, B)
Halabi, A.K.(2009). Empirical evidence examining the academic performance of students in the first two accounting subjects, Asian Review of Accounting, 17(1), 77-88. (ABDC, B; ERA 2010, B)
Uz - Zaman Khan,H. Mhd., Halabi, A. K., & Samy, M. (2009). Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) Reporting Practice: A Study of Selected Banking Companies in Bangladesh. Social Responsibility Journal, 5(3), 344-357. (ABDC, B; ERA 2010, B)
Halabi,A.K. (2007). Examining the accountability of senior Australian Rules football clubs in country Victoria. Accounting, Accountability and Performance, 13 (2), 36-56.
Dyt, R., &Halabi, A.K., (2007). Empirical Evidence Examining the Accounting Information Systems and Accounting Reports of Small and Micro Business in Australia. Small Enterprise Research, 15(2), 1-9.
Halabi, A.K. (2006). Applying an instructional learning efficiency model to determine the most efficient feedback for teaching Introductory Accounting. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education, 3, 93 -113.
Halabi, A.K.,Tuovinen, J.E, & Farley, A.A. (2005). Empirical Evidence on the Relative Efficiency of Worked Examples versus Problem-Solving Exercises in Accounting Principles Instruction. Issues in Accounting Education, 20(1), 21-32. (ABDC, A; ERA 2010, A)
Halabi, A.K. (2005). Accounting tele-teaching lectures: Issues of interaction and performance. Accounting Forum, 29(2), 207-217. (ABDC, B; ERA2010, B)
de Lange, P.,Halabi A.K., Nath, H. (Mindi) B. (2004). The internationalisation of university education: A comparative evaluation of accounting student performance. Accounting Research Journal,17(1), 57-69. (ABDC, B; ERA 2010, B)
Halabi, A.Tuovinen, J. & Maxfield, J. (2002).Tele teaching Accounting Lectures Across a Multi Campus: A Student's Perspective. Accounting Education: An international journal, 11(3), 257-270. (ABDC, B; ERA 2010, B)
Mirza, A. M.,& Halabi, A.K. (2002). Islamic Banking and Australian Muslim Community. Accounting, Commerce &Finance: The Islamic Perspective Journal, 6 (1&2), 109-135.
Halabi, A.,Tuovinen, J.E., & Smyrnios, K.X. (2000). Using CBL to improve cognitive load and reduce feedback redundancy in Accounting distance learning. Distance Education, 21(1), 162-182.