ijabm browse by title before eric

Language : English

DOI : 10.24924/ijabm

ISSN :

  • 2289-3717
  • 2289-4619

Start Year : 2013

Published Articles : 203



Volume: 4, Issue Number: 2

A SURVEY OF SUSTAINABILITY REPORTS IN TOP ASIAN UNIVERSITIES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/1.10
Jainurin Justine, Izyanti Binti Awang Razli, Mohd Rizwan Bin Abd Majid, Rostika Binti Petrus Boroh, Mohd Allif Anwar Bin Abu Bakar

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Annual reports and sustainability reports have been regarded to serve function as public documents by companies. Besides commonly known as medium of presenting the state of the company performance, annual reports are well widely acknowledged as a means by which companies communicate with various stakeholders, including the public. Modern annual report uses the tools of management, marketing communication theory to construct a picture of the organization ... Read More


Views: 472 | Downloads: 550

AN OVERVIEW OF COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR MALAYSIAN CONSUMERS

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/11.18
Raimi Nur Hakimi, Kenny Teoh Guan Cheng

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Country of origin (COO) has been largely researched to understand why consumers differentiate products/services based on the country of origin (Arora, et al., 2015; Bhaskaran & Sukumaran, 2007; Brodowsky, 1998; Sohail, 2005; Verlegh & Steenkamp, 1999). The effect of COO may influence consumers to have a positive or negative perception of the products/services because of the country where they are produced (Cateora & Graham, 1999). COO may influence consumer buying decisions; thus, manufacturers have to pay careful attention to COO or suffer the consequences. ... Read More


Views: 416 | Downloads: 2317

ELECTRONIC WORD OF MOUTH: EXPLORING THE CONSUMER PERSPECTIVE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/19.25
Kauthar Nasiruddin, Haslinda Hashim, Raja Nerina Raja Yusof

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Internet has become ubiquitous. In this era, the dissemination of information via social network is inevitable. The number of mobile messaging app and social network users worldwide is increasing from time to time. Based on e-marketer report by (Boyle, 2015), the number of mobile phone internet users has increased from 51.7% to 60% from 2014 to 2015. Page 20 Information disseminated on social network might influence to consumers' cognitive, feelings and behaviour. ... Read More


Views: 419 | Downloads: 685

EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN TURKEY: THE CASE OF UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE LAW

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/26.30
Assist. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Tayfur AKCAN

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Unemployment, especially after the world economic crisis of 1929, comes at the beginning of the economic difficulties spreading worldwide. Economic condition of many countries is developed to be estimated paralel with unemployement rate. Also today, unemployment comes at the beginning of the macroeconomics criterions showing the level of development at all of the developed inflation together and developing countries. Because of these reasons, unemployment phenomenon keeps its popularity and will keep it unless there aren't deep rooted and structured changes at the economic system worldwide. ... Read More


Views: 400 | Downloads: 640

FINANCIAL AND NON-FINANCIAL FACTORS OF INNOVATIVENESS

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/31.42
Dr. Armin Kovaci

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Inventions and innovations are changes that lead to a series of improvements for the large number of actors in the business environment. Innovations are perceived to ensure competitiveness of goods produced by enterprises and of sustainable success of companies or corporations in the market on the whole ... Read More


Views: 426 | Downloads: 412

FRUGAL INNOVATION: A STRATEGY FOR EMERGING MARKET PENETRATION AND BEYOND

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/43.52
Anthony Kuo, Steven Ng

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The huge potential of emerging economies has attracted numerous firms to develop and introduce products to penetrate these markets. However, various constraints, such as incomplete infrastructure and low purchasing power, often invalidate products developed elsewhere, making them impractical or even unusable in the resource-constrained environment of emerging markets. ... Read More


Views: 433 | Downloads: 858

IMPACT OF MACROECONOMIC VARIABLES AND ECONOMIC FREEDOM ON MALAYSIA GLC'S STOCK RETURNS: AN ANALYSIS OF AUGMENTED FAMA-FRENCH THREE FACTOR MODEL

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/53.64
Wan Noor Elani binti Wan Azizi, Zulkefly Abdul Karim, Mohd Azlan Shah Zaidi

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The importance of the relationship between the stock market and macroeconomic variables clearly illustrated by previous studies either from a theoretical or empirical perspective. In general, the value of the shares depends on the psychology of investors who act like pirates and seek to build castles in the air when the stock price increases. ... Read More


Views: 446 | Downloads: 640

PARENT TRAP: REVIEW OF MANAGEMENT STYLES IN THE CONTEXT OF PARENTS AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/65.73
Farah Raihana Ismail, Kauthar Nasiruddin, Farah Nur Aina Ismail

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Management styles are widely referred and used in various field. Its flexibility and generalizability in explaining certain phenomenon make it as important construct that may influence activity and strategy at various levels. Management guru Peter F. Drucker described management as consists of four basic elements which are planning, organizing, leading and controlling (Drucker, 2011). Leadership and control is the most crucial part when it comes to monitoring people especially when it related to child (youth) development. ... Read More


Views: 415 | Downloads: 1027

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER ON CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/74.79
Wong Chyn Yea

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Consumer buying behavior in the 21st century has not only changed but became more and more complex and demanding in nature, why is this so? Human needs have evolved over time deviating from the most essential of basic needs that of food, shelter, safety and clothes. ... Read More


Views: 431 | Downloads: 672

THE INCREASING CONSUMPTION OF GROOMING PRODUCTS AND COSMETICS AMONG THE MALES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/80.86
Tan Sok Leng

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Consumer behaviour concerns with the process of selecting, using and disposing of certain products or services by consumers (Bakshi, 2012). In the course of understanding the behaviour of consumers, one of the main factors that had often been taken into consideration is gender. ... Read More


Views: 407 | Downloads: 1089

THE INITIATIVES OF CROSS BORDER COOPERATION IN AUTOMOBILE PARTS INDUSTRY BETWEEN BUSAN AND FUKUOKA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/87.97
Jonghyun Park, Masahiko Fujimura

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The final purpose of this study is to discuss how non-capital cities in Asia can eradicate disparities and surmount contexts that they lagged behind respective national primary cities. As an example model of a transboundary economic cooperation in East Asia, the authors focused on the concept of Cross Border Metropolis between Busan and Fukuoka (CBM-BF), since both cities have been implementing major and minor joint cooperation projects in a lot ... Read More


Views: 409 | Downloads: 496

A REVIEW OF FLOOD DISASTER AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/98.106
Zaitun Mohd Taib, Nor Siah Jaharuddin, Zuraina Dato\' Mansor

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Mother nature is an inevitable event. Tsunami disaster which happened in 2004 has left significant impact towards human race and civilisation. To the world, it is not a new phenomenon. It is something which has happened for ages ... Read More


Views: 392 | Downloads: 3278

UNDERSTANDING WOMEN EXPERIENCES AND DECISION MAKING IN CHOOSING BIRTHPLACE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/107.115
Farah Raihana Ismail, Haslinda Hashim, Raja Nerina Raja Yusof

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Understanding consumer behaviour through their beliefs and experiences is a pivotal paradigm in developing quality of services and it has been widely practices by many (Palmer, 1994). Consumer feedback and insight is well recognised in assessing the quality of service offered by the particular health institution (Delbanco, 1996). Thus, understanding the consumer behaviour ... Read More


Views: 395 | Downloads: 451

GENDER DIFFERENCES IN EATING BEHAVIOUR

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/116.121
CHAN SOOK WAH

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Gender refers to a social construct that is determined from the sex-based categories of female or male (Kolyesnikova, Dodd and Wilcox, 2009). The way to differ between female and male by roles, behaviour and attitudes. Male and female always behave differently and have different consumptions pattern ... Read More


Views: 424 | Downloads: 1227

PERCEIVED CULTURAL CHALLENGES FACED BY WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN IT SECTOR TO PROGRESS IN THEIR CAREER

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/122.145
Jaya Malini Perumal

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Malaysian workforce has been undergoing a significant change and this has resulted in huge leadership transformation where the roles and status of Malaysian women have also gone through a revolution (Ministry of Women and Family Development and UNDP, 2003). As stated by the Ministry of Women and Family Development and UNDP in year 2003, education and career opportunities have made Malaysian women today as well educated ... Read More


Views: 472 | Downloads: 912

INFLUENCE OF TELEWORKING ACCEPTANCE ON EMPLOYEE'S WORK LIFE IN MALAYSIA'S ICT SECTOR

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/146.158
Thavaselvi Munusamy

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

"Teleworking" is fast becoming popular working method due to globalization and availability of good ICT infrastructure. Ever evolving information technologies and the emergence of smart gadgets and virtual concept such as cloud computing further flourishes the current trend of teleworking which is independent of location, space, and time. ... Read More


Views: 429 | Downloads: 2482

IMPACT OF MERGER AND ACQUISITIONS ON FIRMS FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE: A STUDY ON UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/159.169
Emy Mashita Yanan, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza, Abdul Basit

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

This study is conducted to examine the effect of merger and acquisitions on financial performance in the United States of America. Empirically few researches were done in different industries and different time periods to unfold the puzzled phenomena, they used different variables to measures Page 160 the financial performance, ... Read More


Views: 512 | Downloads: 3268

DISTRIBUTION OF SUGAR BASED ON TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM ALGORITHM

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/170.178
Nur Syafiqah A. Samad

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Linear Programming (LP) is a mathematical technique that has been developed to help managers make decision (Anderson, Sweeney, and William, 1976). The technique is used in a wide range of application including production scheduling, capital budgeting, plan location, transportation problem, media selection, and health system. ... Read More


Views: 372 | Downloads: 543

THE DETERMINANTS OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND THE INTENTION TO RETURN: A STUDY ON TOURISM SECTOR OF MALDIVES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/179.205
Ali Mohamed Didi, Dr. Ismail Nizam, Sahibzada Hamza

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

Determinants of customer satisfaction at some Maldives Resorts and their relationship between customers' intention to return is an important study to craft new strategies on customer satisfaction and retention for the hotel industry of Maldives. ... Read More


Views: 567 | Downloads: 434

WHY WALMART FAILS IN GERMANY? AN ANALYSIS IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/206.215
Sahibzada Hamza, Dr. Ismail Nizam

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The purpose of this report is to critically analyze the failure of Wal-Mart stores in Germany under the context of organizational behavior. For achieving the purpose, relevant theoretical approaches of Organizational Behavior will be engaged and used as an analysis tool for evaluating the real factors of significant failure of Walmart stores in the lively economy of Germany. ... Read More


Views: 570 | Downloads: 1318

IMPACTS OF THE 2008 GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS ON THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/216.226
Ezinwa Darlington Madugba, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza, Abdul Basit

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The research is conducted to identify the impacts of the 2008 global financial crisis on the global automotive industry. The 2008 global financial crisis is considered as the worst since the great depression of the 1930's ... Read More


Views: 397 | Downloads: 516

IMPACT OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT ON FIRM'S PROFITABILITY

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/227.241
Sherry Bulin, Abdul Basit, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The purpose of this research is to review the impact of Working Capital Management (WCM) on firm's profitability from 50 industries of consumer product listed in Bursa Malaysia. WCM is an extremely important part in corporate finance which is directly impacts the profits of the company. ... Read More


Views: 544 | Downloads: 2008

THE ROLE OF TAX ON ECONOMIC GROWTH

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/242.250
Nur Arifah Binti Saidin, Abdul Basit, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The purpose of this study is to investigate the role and impact of tax on economic development in Asia. There are numerous researches which have been done on tax and economic growth in developed and developing countries. However, there are several studies of this topic which have been done in Asian countries. The purpose of the study is to identify the role of tax in economic growth. ... Read More


Views: 611 | Downloads: 2161

IMPACT OF DIVIDEND POLICY ON SHAREHOLDER'S WEALTH: A STUDY ON MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY LISTED IN NASDAQ, AMERICA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/251.260
Nur Fazrina Sijol, Abdul Basit

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The purpose of this study is to gauge the impact of Dividend Policy on Shareholder's Wealth in manufacturing firms registered in NASDAQ within time span 2011-2015. Divided policy has been a puzzled topic since Linter (1956) and Black and Scholes (1976) conduct a study to address the impact of dividend policy in United States of America. ... Read More


Views: 529 | Downloads: 957

THE IMPACTS OF OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE ON FIRM PERFORMANCE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/261.271
SitiSuziyati Suman, Abdul Basit, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The research is conducted to examining the impacts of ownership structures on firm performance in India in term of textiles, oil marketing and distribution and movies and entertainment industries. ... Read More


Views: 481 | Downloads: 2354

IMPACT OF GOOD GOVERNANCE ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN COUNTRIES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/272.284
Vipeeshan Suntharalingam, Zubair Hassan

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of good governance on international trade in Sub-Saharan African countries. The concept of good governance is emerged in the mid of 1980s and the concept of good governance is initially used by World Bank in 1989 in their report on Sub-Saharan African countries (World Bank, 1989). ... Read More


Views: 402 | Downloads: 1631

THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING ON FIRMS' PERFORMANCE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/285.301
Fahria Tasneem, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza, Abdul Basit

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

The purpose of conducting this research is to study the impact of environmental reporting on the performance of the firms in the United States of America (USA). The study will be carried out with the reference to the firms in the manufacturing industry listed in the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ). ... Read More


Views: 382 | Downloads: 1135

LEADERSHIP STYLE AND THE ADOPTION OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE AMONG MALAYSIAN FASTFOOD RESTAURANT MANAGERS

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.11/v4.iss2/302.313
Abdulkadir Shehu, Wardah Mohamad

full-text pdf before abstract

Introduction

In the current turbulent environment,, many companies are undergoing changes. These changes are due to high levels of competition, fast technological advancement with an increase in consumer expectation and changes in government regulations. In Malaysia for example, many companies are continuously engaging in transformation aimed at achieving the ability to meet what customers want in terms of quality of goods and services, innovation and price ... Read More


Views: 436 | Downloads: 1126



Copyright © FTMS Journal 2013-2021
This website best viewed in IE8 and above & Firefox at 1280 x 1024 resolution.

Creative Commons LicenseThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.