Husniyati Ali

Husniyati Ali
Universiti Teknologi MARA | UiTM · Faculty of Business Management

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Introduction
Husniyati Ali currently works at the Faculty of Business Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA. Husniyati does research in Islamic Economics, Public Finance and Financial Economics. Their most recent publication is 'Financial Literacy of Entrepreneurs in the Small and Medium Enterprises'.

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Waqf land bank in Malaysia has huge potential to be developed but most of the lands are underutilized due to the administrative and legal (conventional and Shariah) issues that are plaguing them. The underutilized land size is estimated to be around 87% from the 30,000 hectares waqf lands, as at 2018. This study focuses on Selangor and Perak to exp...
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Purpose Waqf (endowment) lands constitute as among the highest types of waqf (endowment) properties in Malaysia; yet it is still unable to reach its maximum potential due to various challenges such as capital, location, legal and administrative issues. Therefore, this study intends to explore these issues by focussing on the two states in Malaysia...
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This study explores conceptually potential of Waqf lands for agribusiness, and the positive impact it could have on the B40 group. B40 is a group of people based on the income line which occupies the lowest pyramid of household income in Malaysia. Likewise, this is the group that always being given attention to the government so that they will not...
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The inconclusiveness of findings on capital structure have been the main debatable topic and discussed again and again till date. This paper is providing new empirical evidence on the relationship between capital structure and firm efficiency by investigating the sample of Syariah-compliant property firms in Malaysia from 2002 to 2011. By employing...
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Islamic financing is regarded as one of the financing alternatives that enterprises may utilize to fund their business. This financing type is characterized as free from riba and is based on illiquid assets which create real assets and inventories. The aim of this conceptual paper is to highlight the Shari’ah contract of al Kafalah that is used by...
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The demand for Halal products is increasing tremendously not only from Muslim countries but also non-Muslim countries. The component of Halal industry can be classified into three areas, namely services, food and non-food. Halal logistics is categorized into the service component. Halal logistics covers warehousing, transportation and terminal oper...
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The growing numbers of players in the Islamic finance industry have indicated that Islamic finance is a valuable alternative to conventional one. The Malaysian government has pay much attention and effort to the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs), as evidenced through the various policies and measures created to support them. Islamic mic...
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The development of Islamic banks in Malaysia is increasingly challenging with more banks offering products and services based on Islamic principles. This study explores customers’ perception towards corporate image and its impact on self-expressive value, brand distinctiveness, brand attractiveness and brand identification towards their most prefer...
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It is crucial for any individual, families, and other aggregate well-being to have knowledge, information, and education on financial literacy to facilitate them to make a significant financial decision that may affect their lives as well as the financial health of the country. In July 2008, Bank Negara Malaysia has implemented a tiered pricing on...
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The importance of corporate image in any organization is indisputable including those from Islamic banks. Many studies on corporate image have been using metaphorical expression in various contexts. The objective of this paper, therefore, is to examine corporate image in Islamic banks based on the institutional theory, which incorporates performati...
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The development of Islamic banks in Malaysia is increasingly challenging with more banks offering products and services based on Islamic principles. This study explores customers’ perceptions towards corporate image and its relationship pertaining to the degree of elaboration in the selection of Islamic banks, as well as brand identification toward...
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It is crucial for any individual to plan their financial retirement effectively as it may affect his life psychologically and economically. especially with the rise of cost living. Apparently, many workers did not equip themselves with personal financial retirement planning which later putting them to the state of financial insufficiency, poor feed...
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This paper evaluates the financial performance of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) of services sector in Malaysia, from the periods of 2003 to 2007. These firms have taken the Islamic guarantee schemes as provided by the Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia Berhad (CGC), which were introduced to meet the demand of entrepreneur for Shari'ah-comp...
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Rebuilding industry, also known as remanufacturing, is the practice of taking end-of-life goods and re-engineering them back to as new or better condition. In Malaysia, one of significant remanufacturing activities is the automotive remanufacturing or rebuilt commercial vehicle industry. The industry was introduced in the 1970s, the time when the c...
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Due to global competition, companies have indeed emphasized that quality should have to be put in place, integrated into all aspects of products and services within their management system. Hence total quality management (TQM) has become increasingly popular as one of the managerial devices in ensuring continuous improvement as to improve customer...
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The development of the Islamic banks in Malaysia is increasingly challenging with more conventional banks participating and offering banking products and services based on Islamic principles after two decades of its establishment. Thus, it is very important for the players in the Islamic banking industry to better position themselves in order to co...
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The structure of financial system in Malaysia -- The overall structures of Malaysian financial system -- The structure of Islamic financial system in Malaysia -- The concept of Riba in the Islamic financial system -- The historical aspects of Riba -- Definiton and classification of Riba -- Some related issues on Riba -- Some examples of Riba practi...
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In 2006, the Malaysian government implemented a sustainable and comprehensive microfinance institutional framework. Since then, many of the jinancial institutions have laun ched microjinance products. The Islamic finance as such can flourish in the Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and the microfinance sector since financing in Islam involves the rea...
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Due to global competition, companies have indeed emphasized that quality should have to be put in place, integrated into all aspects of products and services within their management system. Hence total quality management (TQM) has become increasingly popular as one of the managerial devices in ensuring continuous improvement as to improve customer...

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