Dr. Farzana is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics, Accounting and Business. Her research interests focus on the development of different aspects of management and entrepreneurship research. Hence, she seeks to create robust theoretical frameworks for enhancing managerial understanding of human resources, entrepreneurship, gender, and micro-financing.
Dr. Farzana’s publications include “The Moderating Effect of Gender Diversity on the Relationship between Supply Chain Practice and Firm Performance” and “The Impact of Motivational Factors Towards Entrepreneurial Intention.” She is a voluntary reviewer of the Academy of Management Conference paper.
Her teaching interest is embedded in the constructivist paradigm of learning. Her teaching experience is very diverse. She has taught different business, finance, accounting, and management courses to universities in the USA and Bangladesh. Moreover, she is open to teaching any management and business courses.
She was a discussant on a panel discussion on the consequences of the “fast fashion” industry and the working conditions of many factory workers in the third world, including Bangladesh, in the event of For Kids’ Sake, who raises awareness and funds for orphans in Bangladesh, on April 18, 2019. She has also presented “Bangladesh and Women Entrepreneurship” on the occasion of International Women’s Day Celebration by Partners in Sustainable Development International (PSDI), in an event to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 9, 2019, at the International Institute in St. Louis.
Dr. Farzana earned her Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, her MBA from Southeast Missouri State University, and M.Com. and B.Com. (Hons.) from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
|2019||Riaheen Farzana||Farzana, R. (2019). The Moderating Effect of Gender Diversity on the Relationship between Supply Chain Practice and Firm Performance. Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing, 15(4), 203-209||https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332719378_The_Moderating_Effects_of_Gender_Diversity_on_Supply_Chain_Practice_and_Firm_Performance|
|2018||Riaheen Farzana||Farzana, R. (2018). The Impact of Motivational Factors Towards Entrepreneurial Intention. Journal of Modern Account- ing and Auditing, 14(12), 639-647||http://www.davidpublisher.org/Public/uploads/Contribute/5c467826ec734.pdf">http://www.davidpublisher.org/Public/uploads/Contribute/5c467826ec734.pdf|
|2012||H. H. M. Jahirul, Riaheen Farzana||Haque, J. H. M., Das, D., & Farzana, R., (2011). Satisfaction of Student Services in Tertiary level: Perspective Bangladesh. European Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 19, Issue 2||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Riaheen-Farzana/publication/288414500_Satisfaction_of_student_services_in_tertiary_level_Perspective_Bangladesh/links/59be02fd458515e9cfcd58a4/Satisfaction-of-student-services-in-tertiary-level-Perspective-Bangladesh.pdf|