Doctor Mamun Billah

Doctor Mamun Billah


Accounting (SoBus)


Mamun Billah started working with UWS as a sessional academic in 2007 and was appointed a full time Associate Lecturer in 2008. Previously he worked with the University of Sydney and Central Queensland University. He has taught Management Accounting, Advanced Management Accounting and Auditing at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Mamun became a CPA in 2011 and is enrolled in a PhD at UWS. His area of PhD study is management accounting specifically the Management Control Systems? effectiveness in altering staff operating behaviours of an Australian Higher Education organisation. He also completed his MPA at UWS in 2002, MCom (Accounting), BCom (Honours) from the University of Dhaka. Prior to becoming an academic Mamun worked as an Accounts Executive for New Zealand Milk Products BD. Ltd., and in various accounting roles in Australia.

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  • PhD University of Western Sydney
  • GradCertResSt University of Western Sydney
  • CPA
  • MAProf Acc University of Western Sydney
  • BCom (Acctg) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • MCom (Acctg) University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Accounting
  • Accounting (SoBus)


Phone: (02) 9772 6701
Location: 20.1.19

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Chapters in Books

  • Gangopadhyay, P., Jain, S. and Billah, M. (2022), 'Military Keynesianism and the economics of regional security and defence burden in the Middle East', Optimum Size of Government Intervention: Emerging Economies and their Challenges, Routledge 9780367900519.
  • Gangopadhyay, P., Billah, A., Billah, A., Jain, S. and Jain, S. (2020), 'A latent variable modeling of a multidimensional index of economic and financial integration of Australia with the Arab and Southeast Asian emerging economies', The Gains and Pains of Financial Integration and Trade Liberalization: Lessons from Emerging Economies, Emerald Publishing 9781838670047.

Journal Articles

  • Ahmed, Z., Fan, X. and Billah, M. (2022), 'Persuasive communications, online reviews and service performances : a study on the hotel industry of New Zealand', Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal, vol 16, no 1 , pp 4 - 20.
  • Mamun, M. and Billah, M. (2021), 'Privatisation and workers' compensation in privatised state-owned enterprises in Bangladesh', Business Management and Strategy, vol 12, no 1 , pp 16 - 28.
  • Billah, M. and Mamun, M. (2021), 'Academics' perceptions on the factors affecting strategic changes : the case of an Australian university', International Journal of Learning and Development, vol 11, no 3 , pp 169 - 183.
  • Al-Akra, M., Abdel-Qader, W. and Billah, M. (2016), 'Internal auditing in the Middle East and North Africa : a literature review', Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, vol 26 , pp 13 - 27.

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