Dr. Amr Abdel-Halim is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at KFUPM Business School. He received his Bachelor and Master Degrees of Accounting from Cairo University, Egypt and PhD Degree in Accounting from University of Southampton, UK. He has been teaching Accounting in different Universities in Egypt, U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia. Dr. Abdel-Halim has an experience of teaching for several subjects of Accounting such as Principles of Financial Accounting, Cost and Management Accounting. His research interests include Contingency Theory of Management Accounting, Management Accounting in Manufacturing Sector and Strategic Management Accounting Techniques.
Ph.D. in Accounting, 2004, University of Southhampton, UK
MS in Accounting, 2000, Cairo University, Egypt
BS in Accounting, 1993, Cairo University, Egypt
Principles of Accounting
Amr Abdel-Halim, 2014, The Effect of Organizational and Behavioral Factors on Cost System Design and Effectiveness: An Empirical Investigation, Journal of Economic and Business Review, 4, 269-367.
Abdel Halim, A. M. S., 2012, Advanced Budgeting Systems and Strategic Change: A Dual-Case Study Approach, The Egyptian Accounting Review, 3, 1-104.
Abdel Halim, A. M. S., 2008, Factors Influencing the Adoption of Product Life Cycle Cost Analysis and its Reflection on the Financial Performance of the Egyptian’s Manufacturing Business Units: An Empirical Investigation, Journal of Accounting, Management and Insurance, 11, 1-51.
Abdel Halim, A. M. S., 2007, The Effect of Lean Six Sigma (LSS) on Management Accounting Systems (MAS) Design: A Case Study, Journal of Accounting, Management and Insurance, 69, 1-92.