Dr. Rahman teaches financial policy, risk management with derivative securities, international finance, and global banking courses. He has published in the areas of foreign exchange and financial markets. His current research interests are financial risk measurements, financial engineering and real options. Prior to completing his doctoral studies in the United States, he attended universities in England, the Middle East, and the Indian sub-continent. He is multilingual and has traveled the world extensively.
"Evaluating Portfolio Performance: LPM-Based Risk Measures and the Mean-Equivalence Approach," (co-authored) Handbook of Finance, Wiley & Sons, July 2008.
"U.S. Cross-Border Mergers: A Study of Free Cash Flow and Technology Acquisition Motives," Journal of International Business and Economics, 2005.
"Foreign Exchange and Stock Markets of Brazil and Mexico," Journal of Emerging Markets, 2003.
"Indonesian Stock and Foreign Exchange Market Linkages and Causality: Evidence from Weekly Data," Journal of Asian Business, Volume 18, Number 1, 2002, pp. 81-90. Co-authored.
"Lower Partial Moment and Mutual Fund Performance," (co-authored), Global Business Trends - Contemporary Readings, 2001 edition, pp. 385-393.