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  1. Climate change-induced firms’ initiatives and investors’ perceptions: evidence from Bursa Malaysia
  2. Islamic social finance for achieving sustainable development goals: a systematic literature review and future research agenda
  3. Reducing Child Mortality in Bangladesh: Key Macroeconomic Factors
  4. The Dynamic Link Between Islamic and Conventional Deposit Rates in a Dual Banking System
  5. Assessment of the Sharīʿah requirements in the Malaysian Islamic Financial Services Act 2013 from the managerialism and Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah perspectives
  6. Do the Inward and Outward Foreign Direct Investments Spur Domestic Investment in Bangladesh? A Counterfactual Analysis
  7. Implementation of corporate governance principles to support sustainable development goals in Yogyakarta’s traditional markets
  8. Financial factors influencing environmental, social and governance ratings of public listed companies in Bursa Malaysia
  9. Mineral import demand and clean energy transitions in the top mineral-importing countries
  10. Corporate governance and business performance of hotels in Western Australia: analysis of market orientation as a mediator
  11. Microcredit as a strategy for employment creation: A systematic review of literature
  12. Dynamics of changes in land use and land cover and perceived causes in Hakaluki Haor, Bangladesh
  13. Structural transformations and conventional energy-based power utilization on carbon emissions: empirical evidence from Pakistan
  14. Energy Efficiency Policies in Malaysia: A Critical Evaluation from the Sustainable Development Perspective
  15. Economic growth and environmental pollution nexus in Bangladesh: revisiting the environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis
  16. Climate change and COVID-19: shared challenges, divergent perspectives, and proposed collaborative solutions
  17. Assessment of Features and Market Segmentation of the Credit Card Industry in Malaysia
  19. Impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on national security issues: Indonesia as a case study
  20. COVID-19 and the financial crisis in the sports sector around the world
  21. Influences of creativity and resource availability in the intelligent career framework: empirical investigation of Nigerian entrepreneurs
  22. Magnitudes of households’ carbon footprint in Iskandar Malaysia: Policy implications for sustainable development
  23. Impact of ethical practices on small and medium enterprises’ performance in Saudi Arabia: An Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling analysis
  24. Revisiting the energy-economy-environment relationships for attaining environmental sustainability: evidence from Belt and Road Initiative countries
  25. Impacts of International Sports Events on the Stock Market: Evidence from the Announcement of the 18th Asian Games and 30th Southeast Asian Games
  26. Customers’ perceptions of FinTech adaptability in the Islamic banking sector: comparative study on Malaysia and Saudi Arabia
  27. Organizational performance and capabilities to analyze big data: do the ambidexterity and business value of big data analytics matter?
  28. Traditional marketing analytics, big data analytics and big data system quality and the success of new product development
  29. Investigating factors that influence Malaysian auditors’ ethical sensitivity
  30. Using e-wallet for business process development: challenges and prospects in Malaysia
  31. Corporate governance, market orientation and performance of Iran’s upscale hotels
  32. Global economic crisis, energy use, CO2 emissions, and policy roadmap amid COVID-19
  33. Social Vulnerability Assessment for Landslide Hazards in Malaysia: A Systematic Review Study
  34. Community Preparation and Vulnerability Indices for Floods in Pahang State of Malaysia
  35. Estimation of losses and damages caused by flash floods in the commercial area of Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia
  36. Do education sector credit cards differ with other credit cards in Malaysia?
  37. Contribution of Fair Trade in Sustainable Development
  38. Cultural Inequality and Sustainable Development
  39. Ensuring Child Rights for a Just Society
  40. Factors determining Z-score and corporate failure in Malaysian companies
  41. Fair Debts Management for Sustainable Development
  42. Global Economic Change and Inequality
  43. Impacts of health and economic costs on street children working as waste collectors in Dhaka City
  44. Organisational commitment, work engagement and job performance: empirical study on Nigeria's public healthcare system
  45. Splitting up Dhaka city: rationales, challenges and prospects as a sustainable city
  46. Sustainable development status of zakat recipients: empirical investigation based on Malaysia's Kedah State
  47. Empirical assessment on factors contributing to integrity practices of Malaysian public sector officers
  48. Green Path Development and Green Regional Restructuring for Sustainable Development
  49. COVID ‐19 outbreak and sectoral performance of the Australian stock market: An event study analysis
  50. Evaluating the Role of Microcredit Program for Youth Employment Generation in Algeria
  51. Racial Discrimination and Poverty Reduction for Sustainable Development
  52. Exploring the contribution of energy price to carbon emissions in African countries
  53. The impacts of economic growth, trade openness and technological progress on renewable energy use in organization for economic co-operation and development countries
  54. Global Population Stabilization Policy and Declining Work-Age Population: A Threat to Global Economic Sustainability
  55. Climate change impacts on yield and financial performance of agro-plantation companies in Malaysia
  56. Impacts of accountability, integrity, and internal control on organisational value creation: evidence from Malaysian government linked companies
  57. Affordable and Clean Energy
  58. Assessment of Risk Management Practices in the Public Sector of Malaysia
  59. Government policies, financial scopes and technological usages for agricultural development and post-harvest loss reduction in Algeria
  60. Green Energy and Sustainable Development
  61. Reduced Inequalities
  62. Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) Policy for Sustainable Development
  63. Role of integrity system, internal control system and leadership practices on the accountability practices in the public sectors of Malaysia
  64. Presenting women as sexual objects in marketing communications
  65. The Impacts of Climate Change on Road Traffic Accidents in Saudi Arabia
  66. Assessment of Accountability Practices in the Public Sector of Malaysia
  67. Innovation Risk and Sustainable Competitive Advantages: Empirical Assessment of Government-Linked Companies in Malaysia
  68. Market Orientation for Better Accountability of Government-Linked Companies
  69. The Effect of Scale, Technique, Composition and Trade Openness on Energy Demand: Fresh Evidence from Malaysia
  70. Entrepreneurial Orientation for Sustainable Competitive Advantage and Risk Management: Evidence from Government-Linked Companies in Malaysia
  71. Organizational Learning Orientation and Sustainable Competitive Advantage: Towards More Accountable Government-Linked Companies
  72. The performance of Islamic banks during the 2008 global financial crisis
  73. Assessing Problems and Prospects of Solid Waste Management in Malaysia
  74. Assessment of External Supports for Harvesting Artisanal Galda (Macrobrachium Rosenbergii de Man) Fisheries from the Sundarbans Mangrove Ecosystem in Bangladesh
  75. Assessment of the Practices of Internal Control System in the Public Sectors of Malaysia
  76. Islamic and Social Entrepreneurships for Social Justice: A Policy and Structural Framework for Social Enterprise Economics
  77. Public Accountability System: Empirical Assessment of Public Sector of Malaysia
  78. The Factors of Selecting Malaysia as Tourist Destination: Case Study on the State of Melaka
  80. Seasonal Variation And Preliminary Risk Assessment Of Trace Element Pollution In Surface Water From Langat River, Malaysia
  81. Assessment of Gear Efficiency for Harvesting Artisanal Giant Freshwater Prawn (Macrobrachium Rosenbergii de Man) Fisheries from the Sundarbans Mangrove Ecosystem in Bangladesh
  82. Association of risk factors: WSSV proliferation in the shrimp farms of south-west coastal region of Bangladesh
  83. Economic Assessment for Harvesting Artisanal Giant Freshwater Prawn from the Sundarban Mangrove Ecosystem in Bangladesh
  84. Impacts of Climatic Changes on Paddy Production in Malaysia: Micro Study on IADA at North West Selangor
  85. Productivity of Gears in Seasonal Floodplain Fishing: Case Study on Sholiamary and Gheramary Beels in Mymensingh, Bangladesh
  86. Socio-economic profile of the low income and poor communities in Kuala Lumpur city, Malaysia
  87. Students’ Perceptions Study on ‘Student Politics’ in Bangladesh
  88. The Performance and Challenges of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Projects in Bangladesh
  89. A Third Sector-Led Economic Model: Scopes of Islamic Entrepreneurship
  90. Climate Change Adaptability of Farmers: Malaysian Case Study
  91. An Examination of Malaysia’s Structural Breaks Vis-À-Vis Japan and the USA
  92. Initiatives and Challenges of Agricultural Crop Sector in East Coast Economic Region (ECER) Development Projects in Malaysia
  93. An Empirical Evidence of International Fisher Effect in Bangladesh with India and China: A Time-Series Approach
  94. Climate change and vulnerability of paddy cultivation in North-West Selangor, Malaysia: a survey of farmers’ assessment
  95. Considerable Issues for Sustainable Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Project
  96. Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture and Food Security Issues in Malaysia: An Empirical Study on Farm Level Assessment
  97. Mainstreaming Third-Sector Economics by Adopting Islamic Principles of Entrepreneurship
  98. Microcredit - A More Credible Social than Economic Program in Bangladesh
  99. The Processes of Location Study for Developing Economic Zones under Public Private Partnership Model: Country Study on Bangladesh
  100. The Relationships between Exchange Rates and Stock Prices: Empirical Investigation from Johannesburg Stock Exchange
  101. The Dimensions of Finance Researches in Bangladesh: 1973-2006
  102. An Empirical Study on Export, Import and Economic Growth in Bhutan
  103. Delivering Countywide Cost-Effective and Better Education Services: The Models of Public Private Partnership (PPP)
  104. Determining the profit maximization level: an empirical investigation in Navana furniture, Bangladesh
  105. Socioeconomic Profile of Farmer in Malaysia: Study on Integrated Agricultural Development Area in North-West Selangor
  106. A Review of the Linkages between Climate Change, Agricultural Sustainability and Poverty in Malaysia
  107. Market Depth and Risk Return Analysis of Dhaka Stock Exchange: An Empirical Test of Market Efficiency
  108. Global population stabilisation policy and declining work-age population: a threat to global economic sustainability
  109. The environmental resource management paradox in an impoverished urban population: a case study from Malaysia
  110. The Environmental Resource Management Paradox in an Impoverished Urban Population: A Case Study from Malaysia
  111. The Impact of Interest Rate Changes on the Islamic Foreign Exchange Forward in the Malaysian Derivative Market
  112. An empirical assessment of employee integrity in the public sector of Malaysia
  113. Effect of tourism on environmental pollution: Further evidence from Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand
  114. The usage and social capital of mobile phones and their effect on the performance of microenterprise: An empirical study
  115. Denmark's energy industry, economic growth and technology
  116. Integrating religiosity into fraud triangle theory: findings on Malaysian police officers
  117. Resilience, adaptation and expected support for food security among the Malaysian east coast poor households
  118. Assessment of management commitment in Malaysian public sector
  119. Dynamics of Japan’s industrial production and carbon emissions: causality, long-term trend and implications
  120. The impacts of environmental, social, and governance factors on firm performance
  121. Climatic changes and vulnerability of household food utilisation in Malaysian East Coast Economic Region
  122. Human Capital Accountability and Construct: Evidence from Islamic Microfinance Institutions in Malaysia
  123. Integrating Religiosity into Fraud Triangle Theory: Empirical Findings from Enforcement Officers
  124. Waqf as a Tool for Rendering Social Welfare Services in the Social Entrepreneurship Context
  125. Practices of corporate integrity and accountability of non-profit organizations in Malaysia
  126. Central Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Development Facility for Enhancing Government Obligation and Efficiency in PPP Project
  127. Does job satisfaction, fair treatment, and cooperativeness influence the whistleblowing practice in Malaysian Government linked companies?
  128. Integrating ethical values into fraud triangle theory in assessing employee fraud: Evidence from the Malaysian banking industry
  129. Climatic changes and vulnerability of household food accessibility
  130. The Islamic Shariah principles for investment in stock market
  131. The impacts of climatic and non-climatic factors on household food security: a study on the poor living in the Malaysian East Coast Economic Region
  132. Climate change influences income of farming community in Malaysia
  133. Do climate changes lead to income inequality? Empirical study on the farming community in Malaysia
  134. Empirical Assessment of Good Governance in the Public Sector of Malaysia
  135. Relationships among carbon emissions, economic growth, energy consumption and population growth: Testing Environmental Kuznets Curve hypothesis for Brazil, China, India and Indonesia
  136. Climate change and food security of the Malaysian east coast poor: a path modeling approach
  137. Relationship between good governance and integrity system
  138. Measurement of Water Productivity in Seasonal Floodplain Beel Area
  139. Risk Management and Value Creation: Empirical Findings from Government Linked Companies in Malaysia
  140. Climatic changes and household food availability in Malaysian east coast economic region
  141. Climatic changes, government interventions, and paddy production: an empirical study of the Muda irrigation area in Malaysia
  143. An Estimation of Market Size for Microfinance: Study on the Urban Microentrepreneurs in Selangor, Malaysia
  144. Performance of Islamic microcredit in perspective of Maqasid Al-Shariah
  145. The Factors of Selecting Malaysia as Tourist Destination
  146. Water productivity for Boro Rice production: study on floodplain Beels in Rajshahi, Bangladesh
  147. Public Accountability System: Empirical Assessment of Public Sector of Malaysia
  148. An assessment of waste management operation in Malaysia: case study on Kuala Langat and Sepang Innocent
  149. Social Collateral Model for Islamic Microfinance
  150. An Assessment of the Practices of Leadership Quality in the Public Sectors of Malaysia
  151. Rationality of the capital market: capitalistic system vs. Islamic system
  152. Enhancement of the Accountability of Public Sectors through Integrity System, Internal Control System and Leadership Practices: A Review Study
  153. Water productivity for living aquatic resources in floodplains of Northwestern Bangladesh
  154. Malaysia’s Proactive Economic Zone Regime as a Model to Emulate for Success of Bangladesh Economic Zone Scheme
  155. The Performance of Islamic Banks During the 2008 Global Financial Crisis: Evidence from Gulf Cooperation Council Countries
  156. Investigation of Phytoplankton and Physico-chemical Parameters in Nursery, Growout and Broodstock Ponds
  157. Climate Change Awareness in Asia: An Assessment of theClimate AsiaBlog (
  158. Agricultural Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climatic Changes in Malaysia: Review on Paddy Sector
  159. Financial development and energy consumption nexus in Malaysia: A multivariate time series analysis
  160. Climatic change and the socioeconomic sustainability of the paddy farmers in Malaysia
  161. A Third Sector-Led Economic Model
  162. Climate change adaptation policy in Malaysia: Issues for agricultural sector
  163. Farmers' Perceptions Study on Required Supports for Climate Change Adaptation in Malaysia
  164. The limitations of microcredit for promoting microenterprises in Bangladesh
  165. The relationships between the Socio-Economic profile of farmers and paddy productivity in North-West Selangor, Malaysia
  166. Paddy farmers’ adaptation practices to climatic vulnerabilities in Malaysia
  167. Climate change induced adaptation by paddy farmers in Malaysia
  168. Impact of Agricultural Supports for Climate Change Adaptation: A Farm Level Assessment
  170. Deceptive Game of Today's Capitalist Globalisation
  171. Effect of Policy Reforms on Market Efficiency: Evidence from Dhaka Stock Exchange
  172. Private Sector Participation in Infrastructure Development: A Non-Resident Infrastructure Fund in Bangladesh
  173. Deceptive Game of Today's Capitalist Globalization: Evidence from Malaysia's Experience
  174. Processes and Achievements of Malaysia's Economic Globalization
  175. Non-Institutional Factors Affecting Microentrepreneurship Development in Bangladesh
  176. Rainfall Variation and Changing Pattern of Agricultural Cycle
  177. Climate Change Adaptation Policy Guidelines for Agricultural Sector in Malaysia
  178. Relationship between Interest Rate and Stock Price: Empirical Evidence from Developed and Developing Countries
  179. Application of Gravity Model in the Context of Bangladesh
  180. A Paradox of the World Population Stabilization Policy
  181. Questioning Bangladesh's Microcredit
  182. An Empirical Evidence of Fisher Effect in Bangladesh: A Time-Series Approach