Mr. Imran Khokhar
Imran Khokhar is a distinguished Quality Specialist, Researcher, and Instructor based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. With a career spanning over two decades, he has excelled in various roles, demonstrating a deep commitment to quality and education. Imran's expertise in quality assurance has played a pivotal role in process improvements within educational institutions accreditation.
Imran Khokhar, a key member of AL Yamamah University's Quality Assurance Department, is dedicated to elevating education standards. His roles include generating comprehensive reports, analyzing student data, and playing a pivotal role in accreditation processes.
Imran is committed to maintaining data accuracy, integrating feedback for improvement, and ensuring data privacy compliance. He utilizes advanced reporting tools to enhance clarity and impact while meticulously documenting processes.
Previously, Imran served as a Researcher and Economics Instructor at King Saud University, contributing to both research and teaching. His extensive publications and research activities reflect his commitment to advancing knowledge in economics and banking.
Al Thuwaini, S., Khan, M. N., Ahmad, S. R., Shabbir, M. S., Rehman, M. Z., & Khokhar, I. (2022). “The Effect of Customer Service Quality on Customer Satisfaction in the Gulf Cooperation Council's Islamic Banking Industry”. Cuadernos de Economía, 45(127), 20-31.
Amin, M.F., Hassan, M., Khokhar, I., Khan, M.N., (2021). “Studying the Saudi Islamic and conventional banking from the determinants of profit perspective.” 6(1), 35-46.
Amin, M.F., Khokhar, I., Hassan, M., Khan, M.N., (2020) “Examining the Comparative Efficiency of GCC Islamic Banking”. international Journal of Islamic Banking & Finance. Vol.37 No. 4, Oct-Dec 2020
Khokhar, I., Hassan, M., Khan, M.N. & Amin, M.F. (2020). “Investigating the Efficiency of GCC Banking Sector: An Empirical Comparison of Islamic and Conventional Banks” International Journal of Financial Research. Vol. 11, No. 1; 2020.
Khan, M.N., Amin, M.F., and Khokhar, I., Hassan, M. (2018). “Efficiency Measurement of Islamic and Conventional Banks of Saudi Arabia: An Empirical and Comparative Analysis”. AL-SHAJARAH: Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Special Issue: Islamic Banking and Finance. Vol. 23 No.2 ISSN 1394-6870.
Mehboob-ul Hassan, Nauman K., Md Fouad Bin Amin, Imran Khokhar (2018). “Measuring the Performance of Islamic Banks in Saudi Arabia”, International Journal of Economics and Management. Vol. 12, No. 1, 99-115
Rehman, M. Z., Khan, M. N. & Khokhar, I. (2015). “Investigating Liquidity-Profitability Relationship: Evidence from Companies Listed in Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul)” Journal of Applied Finance & Banking, Vol. 5, No. 3, 159-173.
Khan, M.N. and Khokhar, I. (2015). “The Effect of Selected Financial Ratios on Profitability: An Empirical Analysis of Listed Firms of Cement Sector in Saudi Arabia” Quarterly Journal of Econometrics Research, Vol.1, No.1, 1-12.
Sillah, B.M.S., Khokhar, I. and Khan, M.N. (2015). “Technical Efficiency of Banks and the Effects of Risk Factors on the Bank Efficiency in Gulf Cooperation Council Countries” Journal of Applied Finance & Banking, Vol. 5, No. 2, 127-140.
Khokhar, I., Sillah, B.M.S. (2014). “Consumer Perceptions on Islamic Banks: The Case of Saudi Arabia” Journal of Islamic banking and Finance, Vol. 31, No.4.
Khokhar, I. Abdul Naeem, H. (2014). “Description of Social Networking Sites and its Uses” International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. Vol. 2, No. 6.
Sillah, B.M.S., Khokhar, I. and Khan, M.N. (2014). “The performance of Saudi banking industry 2000 -2011: have the banks distinguished themselves from one another?” International Journal of Financial Research. Vol. 5, No. 2.
Nasir, N. M., Ali, N., Khokhar, I. (2014). “Economic Growth, Financial Depth and Lending Rate Nexus: A Case of Oil Dependent Economy.” International Journal of Financial Research. Vol. 5, No. 2.
Rehman, M. Z., Khan, M. N. & Khokhar, I. (2014). “Select Financial Ratios as a Determinant of Profitability Evidence from Petrochemical Industry in Saudi Arabia.” European Journal of Business and Management. Vol. 6, No 6.
- Developed Economics introductory courses in English in the department of economics KSU.
- Taught Economics & Business Introductory Courses Undergraduate Level.
- Principle of Microeconomics
- Principle of Macroeconomics
- Managerial Economics
- Business Essentials
- Introduction to Business
- Exploring Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Sustainable Enterprise and Innovation
- Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
- Shaping Business Opportunities
- Exercises of Mathematical Economics Graduate Level.
- Exercises of Econometrics Graduate Level.
- “Introduction to Economics” training session delivered to newly hired Saudi Central Bank (SAMA) employees in January 2018.
Since 2022 working as quality specialist in quality assurance department of Al Yamamah University, Riyadh KSA
2008 -2022: Researcher and Economics Instructor at King Saud University, contributed to both research and teaching.
2008 -2022: Member of the quality and development team of the Department of Economics, College of Business Administration, King Saud University
2008 -2022: Executive assistant for data management and collection committee for quality development and AACSB (international) & NCAAA (National) accreditations in the College of Business Administration, King Saud University
2008 -2022: Executive Assistant to chairman of Department of Economics, College of Business Administration, King Saud University