International Journal of Business and Society

A biannual journal of scholarly works in business and economics. Published by University Malaysia Sarawak.

Articles from Vol. 9, No. 2, July

Adoption of Credit Card Services: A Study on the Indian Experience
ABSTRACTDiffusion of credit card services is low in India compared to the international scenario. The existing literature on adoption behaviour particularly in terms of financial services is very scarce in the Indian context. Against this settings, the...
Asian Csr Profiles and National Indicators: Investigation through Webcontent Analysis
ABSTRACTNational corporate social responsibility (CSR) profiles in the Asian region have been found to have significant differences. CSR webcontent from the largest companies in eight Asian countries was collected and analyzed and statistically significant...
Hr Roles and Empowering the Line in Human Resource Activities: A Review and a Proposed Model
ABSTRACTWithin HRM, empowerment is sponsored as a means to seek greater purpose and value for HRM in the organization. HR units have been, at the same time, observed to display different role orientations. They are encouraged to adopt different roles...
Modeling and Projection of Fish Supply and Demand in Malaysia, 2000-2020
ABSTRACTThe fishery sector in Malaysia is expected to play important roles in eradicating poverty, increasing food security and helping to reverse the deficit food trade balance. In the Third Malaysian National Agriculture Policy Plan, the production...
Personal Selling Management in Hungary, Portugal and New Zealand - Is There a Link between Personal Selling and Collectivism
ABSTRACTThis study examines the link between personal selling and collectivism found in small clothing and shoe retailers in New Zealand, Portugal and Hungary. These three culturally similar and predominately Anglophone countries are selected for this...
Service Recovery Strategies in Western Based Fast Food Restaurants: A Structural Equation Model Test
ABSTRACTThis paper sets out to confirm a model that depicts the probability that service recovery activities will be carried out by front liners in Western based fast food restaurants. The study used a Juster scale based questionnaire survey format the...
The Adoption of Mobile Banking in Malaysia: The Case of Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad (Bimb)
ABSTRACTFor several years, commercial banks in Malaysia have tried to introduce mobile banking systems to improve their operations and reduce transaction costs. Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad (BIMB) is one of the commercial banks in Malaysia introduced mobile...
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