Mohammad Ali Tareq

Mohammad Ali Tareq
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT) · Management of Technology

PhD in Business Administration (Finance)

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Additional affiliations
May 2013 - present
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
May 2013 - present
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT)
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
April 2008 - March 2013
Shiga University
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (45)
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Functional polymeric biomaterials (FPBMs) with bioactive characteristics obtained by radiation-induced graft copolymerisation (RIGC) have been subjected to intensive research and developed into many commercial products. Various studies have reported the development of a variety of radiation-grafted FPBMs. However, no reports dealing with the quanti...
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This is a bibliometric analysis study of nanogels in cancer treatment by studying the documents related to nanogels field. As cancer has been reported to have high amounts of cases, thus an efficient treatment is essential for all the tumour patients. Nanogels has the ability to transport the anticancer drug to the targeted site on the tumour micro...
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This is a bibliometric analysis study of biodegradable and packaging by studying the documents related to biodegradable field.The use of polymer packaging increased due to its several desired properties such as softness , lightness ans transparency. However , the non biodegradability of polymer packaging only led to a serious ecological problems.Al...
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Modelling stated preferences is an almost mystical science and as there is no data explaining how the sustainable feature in homes would effectively encourage homebuyers to invest in sustainable housing, it is important to investigate the buyers' willingness to pay (WTP) for sustainable housing. The study of stated preferences often requires the us...
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This study examines the role of corporate governance mechanisms in the handling of cash reserves among firms in the ASEAN region. A panel regression was employed along with the Generalized Method of Moments approach on a sample of 648 listed firms from the ASEAN markets for 2005–2015. We documented that strong governance mechanisms, including a low...
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Electric cars are relatively in the early stage of acceptance in Malaysia, the purpose of the current research was to determine the factors affecting the adoption of battery electric vehicles in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This research utilized a quantitative method to gather and analyze the data and proposed a novel theoretical framework to explain t...
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Corporate governance from Islamic perspective is derived from Islamic worldview, whereby the God is at the apex and human beings are below Him. However, there is no unified definition of corporate governance under shari’ah point of view. To bridge the applicability of Islamic corporate governance model with Islamic moral economy framework, some key...
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Nanoemulsions (NEs) as multi-compartmentalized systems are extensively considered as versatile drug delivery systems, due to their multifunctional and tuneable physicochemical properties. Here, water-in-oil-in-water (WOW) NEs were formulated using Juglans regia-based Fe3O4/Au-core-shell nanoparticles to encapsulate 5-Fluorouracil (5-FU) for potenti...
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This study investigates the impact of shareholders' and creditors' rights (CR) on cash holdings (CH) and the firm value in emerging economies (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and based hypotheses on the characteristics of these markets. The sample contains 648 listed manufacturing firms from Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, and...
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Mobile money is an electronic system of transferring money from person to person. The mobile money service has expanded its coverage all over the world and there is hardly any country that do not practice any form of mobile money transfer. Somalia is one of the countries that embraced mobile money unconditionally as there is lack of traditional fin...
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The purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Charismatic Leadership among MBA students in Malaysia. The objective is to identify whether independent variables (Empathy, Self-awareness, Self-Management, and Social Skills) have influence on dependent variable (Charisma). The data has been collected throu...
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effects of predominant cultural values on banking disclosure. On one hand, Islamic banks have practiced Islamic principles which are universal for all countries. Islamic banks are expected to provide transparent information especially in terms of social and Shariah(Islamic) compliant information as Is...
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Open innovation has developed over several decades from a small pool of innovation pioneers, mostly active in high-tech industries, to be widely discussed and implemented in innovation strategy. The primary objective of the Open Innovation Session (OIS) is to create a platform where firms are able to facilitate knowledge transfer. This paper focuse...
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Purpose: This study examines the extent to which the Indonesian Shariah compliant investors can benefits from the portfolio diversification with the Islamic indices of its trading partners and selected commodities such as gold, crude oil, and cocoa. Methodology: We use daily time series data covering both Islamic and commodity indices starting fro...
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Purpose This study aims to provide a review of corporate governance and cash holdings because strong corporate governance is necessary for the efficient utilization of firm’s liquid resources such as cash, to minimize the agency cost of high cash holdings and to improve the value of cash. Design/methodology/approach The author provides a literat...
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Purpose This paper aims to critically evaluate theoretical and empirical research into capital structure practices in Islamic banks (IBs) from four perspectives, namely, theoretical aspect and its nature, determinants of capital structure in IBs, links between capital structure and risk management and nexus between capital structure and performance...
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Purpose Halal industry is one of the most growing industries in the world. It refers to the industry in line with Islamic principles and requirements. The emergence of this industry aims to fulfil the need of Islamic compliance products and services. Surprisingly, the industry has been growing in both muslim and non-muslim countries. Assessing the...
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The study explored how employees' retention act as a valuable resource for corporate governance to increase and sustain firm's performance. Phenomenological approach is used to collect information from a sample of 50 employees in the education sector. After conducting semi-structured interviews, six themes were developed by using various statements...
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In this paper investigates to impact of audit quality on the earnings management. The ability to control the company's earnings for private gain is considered as disadvantageous for the reliability of the reported earnings. One of the effect on earnings management measured as the degree of discretionary accruals' prevalent in a firm is audit qualit...
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This paper examines the relationship between earnings and capital expenditures for the firms listed on five ASEAN markets during 2000-2014. The sample period is categorized into investment period (2000-2007) and the performance period (2008-2014). Portfolios are sorted based on capital investment ratios estimated from the investment period to test...
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This paper critically evaluates the theoretical and empirical research on the capital structure practices in Islamic banks (IB) from four perspectives: theoretical aspect and its nature, the determinants of capital structure in IB, the link between capital structure and its risk management, and the nexus between capital structure and performance of...
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This paper reviews and synthesises the literatures on corporate governance in Islamic banks with the aim of identifying key elements and dimensions of corporate governance from Islamic point of view. Drawing from proliferation of literatures in the Islamic banks and corporate governance fields, this study provides the primary elements and attribute...
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The lack of data on sustainable home buying behaviour in developing countries such as Malaysia is due to the absence of sustainable housing itself. However, it is still possible to solicit home buyers for their stated preferences and quantify its effects on housing demand. In this study, a sample of 300 responses to a Discrete Choice Experiment (DC...
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to investigate shari’ah scholars’ views and experiences pertaining the shari’ah issues, challenges and prospects in Islamic derivatives. Specifically, this paper critically examines the criticisms toward conventional derivative instruments and the controversies surrounding underlying contracts and current Islami...
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The three-way relationship among stock prices, exchange rates and the commodity indices has laid the foundation of this study. This is especially true for Australia where the primary commodities constitute an important share of exports. Using monthly data from January 2000 to December 2014, this paper uses the Johansen cointegration and vector erro...
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This study investigates the effect of capital structure on the firm performance using Agency cost hypothesis and reverse causality hypothesis. For the firms listed on the Karachi Stock Exchange under Textile Industry, from 2008-2012, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is used to construct a frontier to measure firm efficiency. Efficiency risk hypothes...
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The study of stated preferences often require the use of specialised software or proprietary programs, which can be difficult and/or expensive to use. This study proposes to re-purpose the " support.CEs " package, a program written in the R programming language, from its agronomic roots to measure home buyer preferences for sustainable housing. The...
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Sustainable building standards differ around the world due to differing development philosophies and local idiosyncrasies, hindering international comparative studies. In this study, the CASBEE standard used in Japan and the GBI used in Malaysia are compared. Using CASBEE as a baseline, items in each standard are matched, compared, and then filtere...
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This study investigates the ex-dividend day stock prices of the firms listed on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) where the tax rate is higher on dividends than on capital gains. The results help to explain what impact taxes have on the ex-day stock prices behavior in an emerging market. To examine the tax effect on the ex-day stock prices behaviour,...
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Exchange rates are difficult to forecast because the market is continually reacting to unexpected events or news. Even in the absence of any major news, exchange rates adjust through the day as foreign exchange dealers manage their inventories and respond to trades with others who may be better informed. The role of exchange rate changes in elimina...
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Researchers have been considering the realized value as the ex-post realization of theex-ante value. They have argued that that the realized values have failed to estimate the expectedvalue in asset-pricing models. We provide a new definition of the ex-post measurement and weshow that considering realized value as the ex-post realization of the ex-...
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If realized return is not the ex-post realization of the ex-ante expectation, can we use average realized return to estimate the expected return? In text books, the authors treat realized return as a sample of return. In this paper, we redefine realized return and the ex-post return, and we argue that realized return cannot be the sample of return....
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The development of the residual income model (RIM) has potential implications for the empirical researchers as the model specifies relationship between earnings and book values as proxies for equity values and accounting variables. Although researchers have supported RIM as an alternative to the dividend discount model (DDM), some empirical studies...
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If realized return is not the ex-post realization of the ex-ante expectation, can we use average realized return to estimate the expected return? In text books, the authors treat realized return as a sample of return. In this paper, we redefine realized return and the ex-post return, and we argue that realized return cannot be the sample of return....
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The negative average realized returns, specially in Tokyo Stock Exchange during early 90s and 2000s, has triggered the arguments on the controversial use of realized return in asset pricing tests further. Recently many researchers are arguing on the alternative measure of the expected return. The reason behind the failure of the realized returns ha...
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Recently tests of the CAPM are on the alternative proxies for the expected return as researchers believe that average realized return is an extremely poor proxy for the expected return. Like other researchers, we also believe on the failure of average realized return as an estimate for expected return. Unlike others, we believe that the inability o...
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Patterns and trends of trade disputes reveal vital information about the users of the Dispute Settlement Understanding (DSU) of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Despite WTO has detailed guidelines regarding how the multilateral trade should be practiced by the Member Countries, the DSU is the ultimate Agreement that promises fair justice against...

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