Prof. Dr. Nashwa Ragab

Director of Academic Programs

Faculty of Business

Department of Accounting


Nashwa S. Ragab received her B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees from Alexandria University, Egypt. Her research interest is Financial Accounting with a specific interest in international financial reporting, earnings quality, earnings management, financial distress, and the role of accounting information in capital markets. Her future agenda focuses on the integration of financial and non-financial information to demonstrate how companies create value for stakeholders over the short and long-term, to achieve the integration between Sustainable Development Goals with the future of corporate reporting.

She has published many articles in peer-reviewed academic accounting journals. She has taught Financial Accounting courses at the undergraduates and postgraduates levels. Nashwa supervised many Ph.D. dissertations and MSc in accounting and auditing at Alexandria University, Damanhour University, and Beirut Arab University, and served as an external examiner for many MSc in accounting at Alexandria University. She serves as an Editorial Review Board member in the Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal (AAFSJ), Journal of Governance and Regulation, Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, and Journal of Finance and Marketing.

Nashwa has been involved in Financial Accounting Training work and consultations with both private companies and national organizations. She was an internal auditor and external auditor for more than 6 years. She was an Assistant and Associate Professor of Accounting at Alexandria University, Damanhour Branch, Egypt from 2001 to 2014, and as a Professor of Financial Accounting at Damanhour University in 2019. Also, she was an Associate Professor of Accounting at Beirut Arab University (BAU) from 2014 till August 2020. Also, she has previous work experience as an executive manager of the Quality Assurance Unit from 2009. She worked as a visiting professor at the Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime (Egypt). Dr. Nashwa is now a Professor of Accounting and Director of Academic Programs at Alamein International University from October 2020.

Full Professor of Accounting

Director of Accounting and Information Systems Program


  • Introduction to Accounting,
  • Principles of Financial Accounting I& II,
  • Intermediate Accounting I & II,
  • Partnership and Corporations Accounting,
  • International Accounting,
  • Accounting for Commercial Banks,
  • Managerial Accounting,
  • Advanced Managerial Accounting,
  • Advanced Cost Accounting,
  • Advanced Financial Accounting, and
  • Senior Project & Internship.


  • Research Methodology,
  • Contemporary Issues in Financial Accounting,
  • Contemporary Issues in Managerial Accounting,
  • International Accounting Standards,
  • Comparative Accounting Systems,
  • Advanced Studies in Financial Accounting, and
  • Accounting Applications in E-Commerce.

Abdulhay Dima, Nashwa Ragab and Wagdy Hegazy. 2019. The Effect of Human Capital Disclosures on the Financial Performance in The Lebanese Commercial Banks. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal 23 (2).

Abdulhay Dima, Nashwa Ragab and Wagdy Hegazy. 2018. The Determinants of Human Capital Voluntary Disclosures in the Lebanese Commercial Banks. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal 22 (6).

Ragab Nashwa. 2018. Studying and Testing the Relationship between Other Comprehensive Income and the Stocks’ Prices of Companies Listed on the Egyptian Stock Exchange. Alexandria Journal of Accounting Research 2 (1): 415-473.

Ragab Nashwa. 2018. Earnings Quality of Listed Companies in EGX30 and EGX 70 – a Comparative Analysis of its Determinants and its Impact on Indices Values: An Accounting View. Journal of Accounting Thought 22 (6): :85-119.

Ragab Nashwa. 2018. The Effect of Financial Distress on the Relationship between Operating Cash Flows and Stock Returns from the Accounting Perspective – An Empirical Study of Companies listed on the Egyptian Stock Exchange. Journal of Accounting Thought 22 (4):85-119.

Ragab Nashwa and Hani El-Chaarani. 2018. The Value-Relevance of Operating Cash Flow: Comparative Study of Banks’ Listed on The Egyptian and Beirut Stock Exchanges. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal (22) 3.

El-Chaarani Hani and Nashwa Ragab. 2018. Financial Resistance of Islamic Banks in Middle East Region: A Comparative Study with Conventional Banks During the Arab Crises. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues 1(3): 207-218.

Ragab Nashwa. 2017. The Value Relevance of Intangible Assets in Egyptian Stock Exchange. Alexandria Journal of Accounting Research 1(2), December: 145-179.

Ragab Nashwa. 2016. The Determinants of the Disclosure Quality of Web-Based Forward-Looking Non-Financial Information for the Companies Listed in EGX 30 Index. Journal of Accounting Thought 1(4), December: 375-415.

Ragab Nashwa. 2015. Testing the Extent of the Faithful Representation of Accounting Treatments for Financial Lease Contract for Lessor – An Experiment Study. Journal of Accounting Research 20 (7): 593-644.

Ragab Nashwa. 2012. Testing the Perception of Investors towards the Relevance of Goodwill Impairment Losses in Egypt. Journal of Accounting Thought 1 (April): 335-387.

Ragab Nashwa. 2012. An Analysis of Accounting Disclosure for Greenhouse Gases Emissions and Testing its Effect on the Behavior of Stakeholders in Making Some Decisions: Experimental Study”, Egyptian Journal of Business Studies 36 (1): 31-94.

Ragab Nashwa. 2010. Measuring the Disclosure Gap of Market Risk, with an Application on Some Banks in Egypt”, Journal of Accounting Thought 2(December): 125 – 194.

Ragab Nashwa. 2007. Testing the Relationship Between the Degree of Internationalization and the Accounting Practice Gap – With an Applied Study on Some Egyptian Corporations That Have International Transactions. Commercial Studies and Research 2 (2): 263-333.

Ragab Nashwa. 2002. Accounting Disclosure on the Internet. The Second International Conference on Electronic Commerce- Horizons & Challenges, Alexandria, Egypt, July 2002.