Mr. Mubashir Hassan Qurashi


School/Department: lsst

Research Institute: London School of Science and Technology

Campus: Luton Campus

Location: 4 Dunstable Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 1DX

Telephone: 015 8272 9486




Mr. Mubashir Qurashi is a Lecturer in Business at London School of Science & Technology and has more than 15 years of teaching experience at different academic levels including undergraduate, postgraduate and ACCA. His main research interest is in the area of Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance. Mr. Qurashi is the Fellow member of HEA and BAM.


PhD – Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK (expected to finish in 2018)

PG Cert – Anglia Ruskin University, UK

MA Research – University of Bedfordshire, UK

MS-Finance – Mohammad Ali Jinnah University Islamabad, Pakistan

MBA – University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, Pakistan

B.Com – The University of Punjab Lahore, Pakistan

Teaching Expertise

Financial Management

Corporate Finance

Corporate Governance

Financial Markets

Research Methods and Dissertation


Research conferences

Qurashi, M. H., Mahboob, S., Forbes-Menson, F. and Cheng, X. (2018), Corporate Governance Code Comparison of South Asian Emerging Economies and CG Compliance of KSE 30, DSE 30 and BSE 30 Share Index Companies, Accepted by British Academy of Management for their Annual Conference 2018 that will held in Bristol Business School, University of West of London in September 2018

Qurashi, M. H., Forbes-Menson, F. and Cheng, X. (2017), Comparison of Corporate Governance Codes for GCC Countries with the UN Best Practices, Presented in the Annual Conference of British Academy of Management 2017 that was hosted in the University of Warwick in September 2017

Qurashi, M. H. (2017), Review of Corporate Governance Practices and Codes of UK, Paper presented in the Annual Conference conducted by the Cardiff Metropolitan University in September 2017

Qurashi, M. H., Abbas, S. and Khoso, A. (2017), Comparison of Pakistan CG Code with the OECD and UN Principles, Presented in the 3rd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Multidisciplinary Research conducted at Asian Institute of Technology Thailand

Qurashi, M. (2016), Working capital determinants for the UK pharmaceutical companies listed on FTSE 350 index in International Conference of Contemporary Issues in Business and Management held in Institute of Business & Technology Karachi, Pakistan in October 2016

Published papers

Qurashi, M. H. (2018), Corporate Governance Code Comparison for South Asian Emerging Economies, International Journal of Law and Management, Available at

Qurashi, M. H. (2017), Effects of Working Capital on the Firm’s Profitability: An Analysis of UK Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology FTSE All Share Index Firms, Empirical Economic Review, Vol. 1 (1), pp. 79 – 100

Qurashi, M. H. (2017), Impact of Working Capital on the Profitability of UK Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology FTSE All Share Index Firms, Journal of Quantitative Methods, Vol. 1 (1), pp. 59 – 78

Zahoor, M. and Qurashi, M. (2017), Impact of Banking Shock on Performance of High and Low Levered Firms: Investigation from Pakistani Non-Financial Firms, Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 12 (2)

Qurashi, M. and Zahoor, M. (2017), Working Capital Determinants for the UK Pharmaceutical Companies Listed on FTSE 350 Index, International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, Vol. 7 (1), pp. 11 – 17

Qurashi, M. and Zahoor, M. (2016), Impact of Profitability, Bank and Macroeconomic Factors on the Market Capitalization of the Middle Eastern Banks, International Journal of Business and Management Invention, Volume 5 (11), pp. 56 – 62

Qurashi, M. and Qureshi, A. (2013), Islamic Corporate Governance Practices in Pakistan, Quest Journal, Journal of Research in Business and Management, Vol. 1 (3), pp. 1 – 15

Qureshi, A., Qurashi, M. and Rathore, S. (2013), Dilemma in Relationship of Consultant and Client, IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM), Vol. 14 (3), pp. 109 – 113

Qureshi, A. and Qurashi, M. (2013), Impact of Performance Management on the Organisational Performance: An Analytical Investigation of the Business Model of McDonalds, Internal Journal of Academic Research in Economics and Management Sciences, Vol. 2 (5), pp. 54 – 76

Full papers can be downloaded from the following Reserachgate webpage