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DOI : 10.24924/ijabm

ISSN :

  • 2289-3717
  • 2289-4619

Start Year : 2013

Published Articles : 203



Volume: 5, Issue Number: 2

HALAL AND NON-MUSLIM: WHAT MATTERS?

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/1.12
Farah Raihana Ismail, Kauthar Nasiruddin, Nur Syafiqah A. Samad

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Halal is a crucial element which influences consumption behavior and consumer purchase. There are various definitions of halal. Halal is defined as anything which is permissible, non-doubtful and lawful (Zailani et al., 2015). ... Read More


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IMPACT OF JOB STRESS ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/13.33
Sharmilee Bala Murali, Abdul Basit, Zubair Hassan

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Purpose of this research is to analyse the impact of job stress on employee performance. Numerous studies and research has been done on this subject in the last few years'. Most of the studies been conducted in countries that seek to develop to become advanced economically and socially. Job stress has become one of the most popular 'occupational diseases' of the century to mankind and it has affected individuals' physically and psychologically, causing such impactful pressure on employees' performance (Leka et al. 2004). ... Read More


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A STUDY OF HUMOUR ADVERTISEMENT AND ITS INFLUENCE ON CONSUMER PURCHASHING DECISION: EVIDENCE FROM MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/34.52
Sashi Kumar Kovindasamy, Emmanuel Abiodun Ogundare

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In the view of Powers, Advincula, Austin, Graiko and Snyder (2012), the advertising comes from a Latin word which means "adventure" which means "turning the mind towards". Therefore, marketers use advertisements as a psychological tool to influence the decisions of the consumers. In the same manner, the advertisement is an important vehicle for marketing also aims at persuading the potential customers. ... Read More


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STRENGTHEN THE CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS (CSFS) IMPLEMENTING TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE IN POWER GENERATION INDUSTRY

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/53.67
Salmi bin Samsudin, Norlena bt Hasanan

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Driven by the economy demand, organization in multiple industries straggling look for the preservation approaches on optimizing the productivity. The organization realizing the need to increase the productivity with high effective of the machine or equipment (Brah & Chong, 2004; McKone & Weiss, 1998; MY, 2012). ... Read More


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BOARD OF DIRECTORS' CHARACTERISTICS AND EARNINGS MANAGEMENT OF FAMILY OWNED COMPANIES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/68.83
Norfarah Syahirah Binti Mohd Fadzilah

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There is very little attention on association between corporate governance and earnings management among family owned companies especially in Malaysia; where there is low protection of minority shareholders and it may increase the earnings management activities especially in family owned companies. ... Read More


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THE ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOUR OF MALAYSIAN INDIAN UNDERGRADUATES IN ENTERPRENEURSHIP CAREER CHOICES INTENTION

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/84.92
Ravi Nagarathanam, Nor Aishah Buang, Radin Siti Aishah Radin Abdul Rahman

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Entrepreneurship has contributed a lot to the economic development of a country. Participation from varying people in a country has increased the national economic by creating more job opportunities, increase the people's income and decrease the unemployment rate (Norasmah and Sumathy, 2012; Ravi and Nor Aishah, 2015, 2016; Nor Aishah, Salmah and Ravi, 2016). Surprisingly, this field never been a primary option for a career choice, especially among Indian Undergraduates in Malaysia (Hoe, 2006; Ravi and Nor Aishah, 2016). ... Read More


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IMPACT OF COPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON FIANNCIAL PERFORMANCE: A STUDY ON MANUFACTURING COMPANIES LISTED IN LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE (LSE)-UK

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/93.111
Bikon Ghosh, Abdul Basit, Zubair Hassan

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The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on financial performance in manufacturing and production companies listed in the London Stock Exchange (LSE). ... Read More


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IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP STYLE ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY ON A PRIVATE ORGANIZATION IN MALAYSIA)

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/112.130
Abdul Basit, Veronica Sebastian, Zubair Hassan

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of leadership style on employee performance in private companies and governmental agencies in Malaysia. Leadership is simply "the art of influencing people so that they will strive willingly towards the achievement of goals" (Igbaekemen, 2014). ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE ON FIRMS PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM MALAYSIAN INDUSTRIAL SECTOR - A CASE BASED APPROACH

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/131.148
Abdul Basit, Nur Fasirah Irwan

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The purpose of this research is to identify the impact of capital structure of firm performance in listed company of the Bursa Malaysia exchange on the industrial product sector. Started from 1980, Malaysia to be a new industrialized country and focus on produce and export manufacture goods (Bank Negara Malaysia, 2011). ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS 2008 ON BANKING SECTOR IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/149.169
Abdul Basit, Siti Soraya Sulaiman

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The purpose of the research is to investigate the impact of global financial crisis 2008 on banking industry in Malaysia. The second worst after the Great Depression (1929) is the global financial crisis 2008 when banking sectors, mortgage and insurance firms was impacted by the contagion from America to other developed and developing countries (Dalaien, 2016). ... Read More


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IMPACT OF SME'S ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF ASIAN COUNTRIES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/170.183
Abdul Samad Sanusi, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza

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The purpose of this research is to investigate the impact of small medium enterprises (SME) on economic development in Asian countries .There are numerous reports of which deal with the role, significance and impact of SME existence towards a country's development (Saleh and Ndubisi, 2006) . ... Read More


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THE INFLUENCE OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION ON RIDE-SHARING SERVICES IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/184.196
Indra Balachandran, Ibrahim Bin Hamzah

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Mobility is an essential need for an individual therefore the demand for transport service especially for private car increased in this modern society. In recent years, trendamous changes has undergone in taxi industry especially in Malaysia. Emergence of mobile transportation app-based has increased the demand on ride services such new entrants like Uber, and Grab services have revamped in the taxi industry which increase competition among local taxi industry and public transportation. ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF DIGITALIZATION OF RETAIL BANKS IN MALAYSIA ON CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/197.213
Viknesh Venkathaialam, Abdulkadir Shehu Abdulwahab

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Digitalization is a global phenomenon which enables customers to quickly adopt digital banking and services as the new business paradigm. Existing players in the industry only have to quickly adopt and integrate this new reality or stand the risk of becoming obsolete (Broeders & Khanna, 2015). ... Read More


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TURNOVER INTENTION AMONG GENERATION Y WORKFORCE IN BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING (BPO) INDUSTRY IN SELANGOR MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2017.11/v5.iss2/214.224
Sreenesan Sridharan, Ananthalakshmi

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The delegation of business process or IT operations to an external provider is termed as Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). The responsibility of the external provider includes the administration of the select processes within a stipulated business performance level agreement. ... Read More


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