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DOI : 10.24924/ijabm

ISSN :

  • 2289-3717
  • 2289-4619

Start Year : 2013

Published Articles : 203



Volume: 7, Issue Number: 2

OIL PRICE AND GLOBAL STOCK PERFORMANCE: FRESH ASYMMETRIC EVIDENCE FROM NARDL

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/1.24
Ibrahim Opeyemi Adediran, Mustapha Ishaq

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Global oil prices have become one of the most important determinants of international stock market volatility. Therefore, given the oil intensity of emerging economies, investors should be susceptible to the impact that changes in oil prices have on future equity returns Shafaai and Masih, (2013). ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS (SES) ON RETIREMENT PLANNING IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/25.42
Yong Wai Choy

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Retirement saving adequacy could be a tricky question for many. According to Dickler (2017), even USD 1 million of retirement savings is insufficient within United States. According to the article, a millennial aged 32 who plan to retire at 67 with USD 1 million would like below the poverty line in the country. ... Read More


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DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODELS FROM A KNOWLEDGE-BASED PERSPECTIVE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/43.52
Anthony Kuo, Yawei Yang, Ming-Sung Kao, Ivy Chiu

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Business model has become a buzzword since the dotcom rush. Numerous articles in newspapers and magazines have talked about business models, with scholars jumping on the wagon to publish academic papers (see Zott, Amit, & Massa, 2011 for a review). As the Internet bubble burst, people gave business model a bad name. For many, the term represents reckless business plans which promise wild profits, while not likely to realize ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN OCBC BANK, MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/53.63
Low Yin Yee

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OCBC Bank Malaysia (OCBC) in particular Operations and Technology Division (O&T) has been undergoing digitization improvement since year 2016. All departments in Operations has been urged to improve the manual processes digitally or partially automate the process flow. Numerous talks, briefing and training on new digital or technology has been conducted to Head of Department and their direct one down, which includes Section Head and Team Lead. ... Read More


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THE EXPERIENCE OF CONSUMERS IN TRUSTING ELECTRONIC WORD OF MOUTH AND THE PURCHASE OF WEIGHT MANAGEMENT SUPPLEMENTS

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/64.74
Kauthar Nasiruddin, Amer Hamzah Jantan, Abdul Rashid Abdullah, Abdul Rashid Abdullah

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Malaysia has the highest rate of obesity and overweight among Asian countries with 64% of male and 65% of female population being either obese or overweight, ranked sixth in the Asia Pacific region as well as the top country within Southeast Asia for both obesity and diabetes (World Health Organization, 2019). ... Read More


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KNOWLEDGE AND EXPECTATIONS ON RENEWABLE ENERGY AMONG BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTING STUDENTS IN A MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITY

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/75.82
Jainurin Justine, Mohd Allif Anwar bin Abu Bakar, Mohd Rizwan bin Abd Majid, Rostika Binti Petrus Boroh

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Malaysia's uptake of renewable energy sources is still quite low compared to others in particular developed countries. Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change, as reported in a local Malaysian newspaper, stated that only 2% of energy in 2018 in the country is from renewable sources (Goh, 2018). ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/83.93
Azmiera Husna Binti Azizi

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Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a type of investment made by businesses from one country to another country or also known as host country. Frequently, firm would do or interested in investing in an open economy which offer a lot of benefits to the investors such as better growth potential, cheaper workforce and highly-skilled labor. ... Read More


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FACTORS AFFECTING PROPERTY INVESTMENT DECISION MEDIATED BY BRAND IMAGE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/94.113
Liong Ooi Wei, Arwa Eissa,

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Property industry is one of the key contributor for Malaysia's National GDP, comprises 5.1% of all other significant sectors (DOSM, 2018). It is thereby essential to consider the growth of real estate sub-sector to attain the sustainability of National GDP. ... Read More


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FACTORS INFLUENCING INDIAN SEAFARING OFFICER'S MOTIVATION

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/114.141
Capt. Atul Wadhwa, Ananthlakshmi Mahadevan

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Seaborne trade forms about 90% of the total world trade, and there are close to 90,715 merchant ships plying on the high sea transporting goods between places, keeping the world economy rolling with precision and diligence. The people behind the scene working 24x7 to reach the goods on time are non-other than the seafaring officers. ... Read More


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CSR AND CUSTOMER LOYALTY IN THE MALAYSIAN LIFE INSURANCE INDUSTRY

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/142.160
Nadia Sharif

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While in Malaysia, CSR was first brought into the picture around early of the year 2000 with the establishment of Federation of Malaysian Consumers Association, Consumers Association of Penang and the World-Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) which are the non-governmental organizations consistent with the Malaysia's development in attaining the status of a developing country (Azid and Tahir, 2019). ... Read More


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INFLUENCE OF OPERATION PERFORMANCE AND TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT ON GUEST SATISFACTION

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/161.181
Teoh Bee Yu

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It is found that improved operations performance for tour and travel sector have issues with satisfying the customer. In travel industry, it is found various issues with developing operation management by TQM. ... Read More


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IMPACT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ON FIRM PERFORMANCE: A STUDY OF FINANCIAL SECTOR

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/182.201
Zain Ul Haq

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Corporate governance has tuned into a popular discourse topic in developing and developed countries. Broadly it is viewed about corporate governance that it ensures the shareholder's interests and determine performance of the firm (1997). ... Read More


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FACTORS INFLUENCING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF OUT OF HOME (OOH) ADVERTISEMENT IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/202.217
Elhadj Ibrahima Bah, Herman Fassou Haba

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Out of home (OOH) advertising had been one of the most popular forms of advertising in this new era which is based on visual displaying of products and services ads to consumers while in the move and out of their home (Bauer & Lasinger, 2014). ... Read More


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FACTORS AFFECTING ONLINE CONSUMER BUYING DECISION IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/218.235
Mok Wang Nee

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The point of this exploration is to find out how different or various components influence web based shopping, demonstrating the connection between perceived usefulness, subjective standards and shopping attitudes (Souiden, Nizar and Marzouki Rani, 2015). ... Read More


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IMPACT OF EMPLOYEE JOB SATISFACTION ON PROJECT SUCCESS IN IT INDUSTRY, MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/236.250
Koay Phaik Cheen, Sobanah Dhevi a/p Tharmalingam, Fabia Ferdous

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Employee retention, especially for skilled professionals, has become a major concern in today's organizations. Without clear understanding on employees' needs to fulfill their job satisfaction, organizations will encounter a loss in resource investment, face challenge on project delivery which will create undesirable impact on organization productivity (Diala and Nemani, 2011). ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF MOBILE TECHNOLOGY USE AFTER WORKS ON EMPLOYEE'S PERFORMANCE AND SATISFACTION MEDIATED BY LEVEL OF STRESS

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/251.267
Jaspal Singh Pritam Singh

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The purpose of this research project is to identify and examine the impact of the mobile technology use after works on employee's performance and satisfaction mediated by level of stress. The frequent technology changed had created major sets back to industry and increases the velocity and gap for the employee to follow and understand. ... Read More


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IMPACT OF CUSTOMERS PERCEIVED VALUE ON TOURIST SATISFACTION AND RETENTION TOWARDS ISLAMIC COMPLIANT HOTELS IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/268.291
Ali Fazal, Dr. Nurazlin Mohd Fauzi

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The purpose of this study is to find out the impact of customer perceived value on tourism satisfaction and customer retention towards Islamic compliant hotels in Malaysia. Customer perceived value is defined as perceived benefits received versus perceived sacrifices associated with the purchase of a product or service by Zeithaml (1988). ... Read More


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INFLUENCE OF SERVICE QUALITY ON INTERNET BANKING CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/292.306
Nur Sherina Binti Jemili

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In this 21st century, using an internet banking is no longer a strange thing among the generations. It has been extensively used widely and implemented all over the world especially in developed countries. ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF HUMAN CAPITAL ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2019.11/v7.iss2/307.321
Ewelike Emmanuel Ikechukwu

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Nigeria which is the country of this study is the biggest black nation in the world and has the biggest economy in Africa with average GDP growth of 4.3 as of 2014. However, the economy is currently witnessing a recession that has seen the growth of the economy going down to below zero. To back up this argument the below tables indicate Nigeria's expenditure on education and health which are the two highest components of human capital. ... Read More


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