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Assoc Prof Dr. Manaf Al-Okaily | Accounting Award | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Manaf Al-Okaily, Jadara University, Jordan

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Manaf Al-Okaily is a distinguished educator and researcher specializing in Accounting Information Systems. With a Ph.D. from University Malaysia Terengganu and an M.Sc. from Jadara University, Jordan, his expertise spans academia and industry. Recognized as one of the top 2% scientists globally by Stanford University, he boasts a prolific publication record and has earned accolades for his scholarly contributions. Currently serving as an Associate Professor at Jadara University, Jordan, he imparts his knowledge through various courses, blending theory with practical applications. Dr. Al-Okaily’s dedication to advancing accounting education and research is evident in his multifaceted career. πŸ“šπŸ”

 

Publication Profile

πŸŽ“ Educational Background

Dr. Manaf Al-Okaily holds a Ph.D. in Accounting with a specialization in Accounting Information Systems from the University Malaysia Terengganu. Prior to that, he earned his M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Accounting, both with honors, from Jadara University, Jordan.

πŸ† Achievements and Awards

Acknowledged as one of the top 2% scientists globally by Stanford University and Elsevier Publisher, Dr. Al-Okaily has demonstrated exceptional scholarly contributions. He has been recognized as the best researcher for his prolific publication record in 2022 and 2023. Additionally, he received prestigious scholarships and graduated with honors in his master’s program.

πŸ’Ό Work Experience

Dr. Al-Okaily’s professional journey encompasses roles from instructor to adjunct professor at renowned institutions like Jadara University, Princess Sumaya University for Technology, and the University of Jordan.

πŸ“š Teaching Experience

His teaching repertoire spans a wide array of courses, including Accounting Databases, International Accounting Standards, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, and Research Methodology in Accounting, among others. This extensive experience reflects his commitment to excellence in education.

 

Research Focus

Dr. Manaf Al-Okaily’s research focuses on the intersection of technology, sustainability, and finance. 🌐 His extensive work encompasses various areas such as the acceptance and effectiveness of e-learning systems, digital payment systems, and enterprise information systems. He also delves into the impact of emerging technologies like FinTech and cloud-based accounting systems, particularly in the context of post-pandemic scenarios. With a keen interest in understanding student behavior and organizational dynamics, his research contributes significantly to enhancing decision-making processes and fostering innovation in both academic and corporate realms. πŸ“Š

 

Publication Top Notes

πŸ“š Dataset on the Acceptance of e-learning System among Universities Students’ under the COVID-19 Pandemic Conditions, Cited by: 169, Year: 2020

πŸ“° The Relationship between Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development from Economic Growth Perspective: 15 β€˜RCEP’ Countries, Cited by: 166, Year: 2022

πŸ’³ The Determinants of Digital Payment Systems’ Acceptance under Cultural Orientation Differences: The Case of Uncertainty Avoidance, Cited by: 155, Year: 2020

πŸ“±Mobile payment adoption in the time of the COVID-19 pandemicCited by: 105, Year: 2022

πŸ’ΌAccounting Information System Effectiveness from an Organizational Perspective, Cited by: 102, Year: 2020

πŸŽ“ Towards a Sustainable Adoption of E-Learning Systems: The Role of Self-Directed Learning., Cited by: 101, Year: 2022

πŸ” Assessing the effectiveness of accounting information systems in the era of COVID-19 pandemic, Cited by: 100, Year: 2024

πŸ“Š An empirical assessment of enterprise information systems success in a developing country: the Jordanian experience, Cited by: 93, Year: 2022

πŸ“ˆ Towards business intelligence success measurement in an organization: A conceptual study, Cited by: 84, Year: 2021

πŸ’Ή Evaluating ERP systems success: evidence from Jordanian firms in the age of the digital business, Cited by: 82, Year: 2023

🌱The impact of green lending on credit risk: Evidence from UAE’s banks, Cited by: 82, Year: 2023

🏦 An empirical study on data warehouse systems effectiveness: the case of Jordanian banks in the business intelligence era Cited by: 79, Year: 2023

Assoc Prof Dr. Manaf Al-Okaily | Accounting Award | Best Researcher Award

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