Faculty Profile

Dr. Syed Aun Raza Rizvi

Assistant Professor

Suleman Dawood School of Business

Syed Aun R. Rizvi joined Suleman Dawood School of Business at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in 2016. Previously Aun had served University of Nottingham as an Assistant Professor for two years where he contributed towards establishing the Centre for Islamic Business and Finance Research (CIBFR) at University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus.  Aun holds a Ph.D. in Islamic Finance from INCEIF (Malaysia). Prior to that he was educated at Sadiq Public School (Bahawalpur) and NUST (Islamabad).

Aun started his professional career as a Research Analyst with HBL Asset Management Ltd. in 2007, where he was involved in startup of the HBL Asset Management’s mutual funds. Later he moved to the trading desk, and served as Trader Equity for two years before moving to academia.

His research interest focuses on financial markets, Islamic finance, and Econophysics. His research particularly focuses on equity markets in emerging and Islamic countries. He has published in leading mainstream journals in the area of finance and economics like, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, Emerging Markets Review, Economic Systems, and Physica A amongst others. Aun is also currently serving as a series editor of CIBFR Palgrave Studies in Islamic Finance.

      • Rizvi, S.

      • Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S.

      • Rizvi, S.

      • Rizvi, S. & Alam, N. (2017). Islamic Economics Contribution to Conventional Economics, Published. Islamic Economics-Stability, Markets and Endowments, (pp. 1-10), Palgrave Macmillan.

      • Rizvi, S. & Alam, N. (2016). Empirical Research in Islamic Banking: Past Present and Future Page, Published. Islamic Banking -Growth Stability and Inclusion, (pp. 1-13), Palgrave Macmillan.

      • Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2015). Are Islamic Equity Indices A Safer Haven in Times of Crisis, Published. Islamic Capital Markets: Competitiveness And Resilience, Islamic Development Bank.

      • Rizvi, S. (2016). Islamic Capital Market Research: Past Trends and Future Considerations, Published. Islamic Capital Markets - Volatility, Performance and Stability, Palgrave Macmillan.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. (2015). Indexing government debt to GDP: A risk sharing mechanism for government financing in Muslim countries, Published. Islamic banking and finance – Essays on corporate finance, efficiency and product development., ..

      • Rizvi, S. & Alam, N. (2017). Islamic Economies – Stability, Markets and Endowments, Palgrave Macmillan.

      • Rizvi, S. & Saba, I. (2017). Developments in Islamic Finance Challenges and Initiatives, Palgrave Macmillan.

      • Rizvi, S. & Alam, N. (2016). Islamic Capital Markets - Volatility, Performance and Stability, Palgrave Macmillan.

      • Rizvi, S., Bacha, O. & Mirakhor, A. (2016). Public Finance and Islamic Capital Markets - Theory and Application, Palgrave Macmillan.

      • Rizvi, S. & Alam, N. (2016). Islamic Banking - Growth, Stability and Inclusion, Palgrave Macmillan.

      • Rizvi, S. (2019). Are Oil Prices Efficient?. 7th Applied Financial Modelling Conference, Melbourne, Australia- VIC.

      • Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2018). A Time-Varying Analysis on the Weak-Form Efficiency of Crude Oil Prices. 4th Applied Financial Modelling Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2017). An Inquiry on Systematic Risks of Islamic and Conventional Sectors. Islamic Finance, Banking & Business Ethics Global Conference (IFBBE), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2017). Risks in Stock Markets: A Comparative Analysis of Systematic Risk in Islamic and Conventional Sectoral indices. 2nd Applied Financial Modelling Conference, Melbourne, Australia- VIC.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2017). An Inquiry on Systematic Risks of Islamic and Conventional Sectors. Economic Modelling Conference, Melbourne, Australia- VIC.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Ali, M. & Azmi, W. (2017). Impact of competition and diversification on risk and return: Evidence from the dual banking economies. 8th RMUTP International Conference, Bangkok, Thailand.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2016). Stabilizing Economic Growth Through Risk Sharing Macro Instruments. World IslamicFinance Forum, Karachi, Pakistan.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Bacha, O. & Ibrahim, M. (2016). Stabilizing Economic Growth Through Risk Sharing Macro Instruments for Emerging Economies. Islamic Finance, Banking & Business Ethics Global Conference (IFBBE), Lahore, Pakistan.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Alam, N. & Arshad, S. (2015). The Gaining Momentum of Emerging Stock Markets – A Tripartite Inquiry into Volatility-Efficiency-Integration Nexus. Hangzhou Conference, Hangzhou, China., Hangzhou, China.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Dewandaru, G., Sarkar, K., Bacha & Bacha, O. & Masih, M. (2014). How Macroeconomic Changes Impact Islamic and Conventional Equity Prices? Evidence from Developed and Emerging Countries. 4th Islamic Banking and Finance Conference, Lancaster University, United Kingdom.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2014). Are Islamic Equities as a Safer Haven? Evidence from Indo Pak Equity Markets. International Social Sciences and Business Research Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Dewandaru, G., Bacha, O. & Masih & Masih, M. (2013). What factors explain stock market retardation in Islamic Countries?". 15th Malaysian Finance Association Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Dewandaru, G., Bacha, O. & Masih & Masih, M. (2013). Efficienrcy of Islamic and Conventional Indices - Developed v/s Emerging Countries. 15th Malaysian Finance Association Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Dewandaru, G., Alhabshi, S. & Masih & Masih, M. (2013). The stock market co-movements: Islamic versus conventional equity indices with multi-timescales analysis. 15th Malaysian Finance Association Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Dewandaru, G., Sarkar, K., Bacha & Bacha, O. & Masih, M. (2013). How Macroeconomic Changes Impact Islamic and Conventional Equity Prices? Evidence from Developed and Emerging Countries. 15th Malaysian Finance Association Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Dewandaru, G., Bacha, O. & Masih & Masih, M. (2013). What factors explain stock market retardation in Islamic Countries?. 10th Asian Academy of Management International Conference 2013, Penang, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Dewandaru, G., Bacha, O. & Masih & Masih, M. (2013). Efficienrcy of Islamic and Conventional Indices - Developed v/s Emerging Countries. 10th Asian Academy of Management International Conference, Penang, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2013). Indexing Government Debt to GDP: A Risk Sharing Mechanism for Government Financing in Muslim Countries. 9th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance, Istanbul, Turkey.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2013). Sanctuary in the Midst of Crisis? A Look into Shariah Indices using Multivariate GARCH DCC. at International Conference on Business, Accounting, Finance, and Economics, Kampar, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S., Dewandaru, G., Bacha, O. & Masih & Masih, M. (2013). Stock Market Efficiency in Islamic Countries. 15th Malaysian Finance Association Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2013). Inferences between Business Cycles and Stock Markets: A Comparative Analysis of Islamic Stock Indices. 15th Malaysian Finance Association Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2013). Asia Pacific Business Cycle: Ties with Islamic Stock Indices. 2nd Applied International Business Conference, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Lahsasna, A. (2012). Derivatives in Islamic Finance: The Need and Mechanisms Available for Islamic Financial Markets. 2nd ISRA Colloquium "Islamic Finance in a Challenging Economy: Moving Forward, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

      • Raza Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2012). Are Islamic Equity Indices A Safer Haven In Times Of Crisis? An Empirical Proof via Investigation of Global Indices Using Multivariate GARCH DCC. Toward Resilient, Robust, and Competitive Islamic Capital Markets, Jakarta, Indonesia.