Dr. Mirghani N. Ahmed is an Assistant Professor of Accounting in the Department of Accounting and Finance at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia. He received his undergraduate degree in accounting and finance from University of Khartoum, Diploma in Development Finance, University of Birmingham, Ph.D and MA (Econ.) in accounting from the Victoria University of Manchester (U.K). Before joining KFUPM, Dr. Ahmed served on the accounting faculty of the University of Manchester, University of Portsmouth and Sheffield Hallam University in the United Kingdom. His main areas of teaching include financial reporting, cost and managerial accounting. He taught courses for the undergraduate, MBA and EMBA at KFUPM, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) (U.K) and the Saudi Organizations for Certified Public Accountants (SCOPA).
Dr. Ahmed was the recipient of Distinguished Teaching Excellence & Academic Advising Award for KFUPM Business School- 2003 (KFUPM). His research interests are in the areas of cost allocations, performance management, and the consequences of inter-firm relationships for management accounting. Dr. Ahmed’s research has been published in the European Accounting Review, Management Accounting Research, Management Accounting (London), the Review of Political Economy, the Arab Journal of Administrative Sciences, Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering and Journal of Business Strategy.
Ph.D. in Accounting, 1985, University of Manchester , UK 1992
Cost Allocation Practices, Supply Chain Management, Management Accounting