Qaisar Ali

Qaisar Ali
Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali · Faculty of Islamic Economics and Finance (FIEF)

PhD

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Introduction
My current research interests are the role of data science (Big data and Predictive analytics), accounting, finance, and governance in the development and sustainability of developing countries.

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Publications (27)
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Circular economy has emerged as an exceptional substitute for linear business models due to increasing environmental threats and the lack of planetary resources. However, the literature on the factors contributing to the transition of a circular economy is still in its infancy. This study investigates the impact of bank managers’ environmental beli...
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Safety climate can be regarded as a summary of moral perceptions that employees share about their work environments. This study explores the attitude of employees (working on production sites) towards the safety climate of a manufacturing firm producing medical equipment located in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). The data were collected through an open-en...
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The integration of Industry 4.0 (I4.0) has emerged as an innovative paradigm for industrial firms contemplating environmental and economic issues. This study explicates the role of I4.0 technologies (I4.0TEC) in reinforcing the management of environmental assets (ENVASS) as well as optimizing financial performance (FP). The data in this research wa...
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Regardless of known as environment-friendly entities, Islamic banks indirectly impact the environment through their clients’ engagement and slow response to sustainability concepts. The usage of big data and predictive analytics (BDPA) is substantially grounded in the financial industry; however, there is little information on how BDPA influences s...
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Despite being known as one of the most innovative countries in the world, innovation in Australia has remained stagnant since the 1990s. The main objective of this study is to analyse and evaluate the role of leadership in financial innovation adoption in the Australian banking industry. Specifically, this study focuses on exploring the drivers of...
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Despite a profound evidence of the human unsustainable behaviours’ impact on the environment, stark disparities prevail on this narrative especially in the context of the current epidemiological situation ushered by the COVID-19. The ongoing pandemic is a global public health concern due to its sagacious impacts on environmental sustainability, soc...
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Sustainable development is significantly contributing the environmental degradation due to improvements in financial sector in One Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) region. Thus, the present research work constructs the sustainable development index for BRI. Afterwards, it unfolds the nexus of sustainable development-environmental degradation and also...
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Although there is a common view that the impact of Covid-19 should be similar among stock markets globally, empirical examinations of this issue are lacking. This study investigates the impacts of Covid-19 on the stock markets of countries in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) between September 2019 to July 2020. The findings of conventional t-test and...
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Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, big data analytics (BDA) remains a signatory medium in the battle against it. Governments and pol-icymakers alike are yet to leverage on this scalable technology in an attempt to curb the economic effects of Covid-19. The primary objective of this study is to leverage on BDA to identify economic shocks,...
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The main objective of this study is to analyse consumers' behavioural intentions to use cardless banking technology in Malaysia. The intentions to use this technology are evaluated through an extended Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) framework. The data were collected from 447 Maybank and Hong Leong Bank customers in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur. The...
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The outbreak of Covid-19 is the second most devastating event over a century. The pandemic , alongside deep health crises, has ushered the largest economic shocks, which require governments' attention to ameliorate to avoid an economic downturn. The aim of this study is to measure the economic impacts of Covid-19 in Brunei by estimating the exposur...
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The banking sector is at risk of worsening loan quality, which is a major threat to the financial system’s stability. The impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows on nonperforming loans (NPLs) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is empirically investigated in this study. The data from 2008 to 2017 are collected and analyzed through the ordin...
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The dogma of conscious environmental behavior has laid the paradigm for sustainable consumer behavior. Modern-day corporates have introduced innovative business models to add a new value to manage fluctuations in consumer behaviors and rejuvenate their financial performance. Similarly, in fashion industry, textile firms have warmly embraced the new...
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According to ICD Thomson Reuters Islamic Finance Development Indicator 2014, Brunei Darussalam ranked 10th out of 92 countries that practise Islamic Finance. This makes Brunei well-placed to grow an international role in the investment management of Islamic products, and in the provision of takaful. Wawasan 2035 envisages that, by 2035, Brunei has...
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When the Islamic bank was first established in 1963, they realised leveraging on the conventional platform was an easy way out to create an Islamic banking system. Despite of financial outcry, multiplications, and lack of welfare on the customers, the bank continues championing the financial system. Behaving as an alternative to the conventional fi...
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This study analyzes the key drivers (commitment, integration of big data, green supply chain management, and green human resource practices) of sustainable capabilities and the influence to which these sustainable capabilities impact the banks’ environmental and financial performance. Additionally, this study analyzes the impact of green management...
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Rising concerns for environmental sustainability (ES) demand that Islamic finance converts its business model to ethical finance. The conversion of a business model is unattainable without employees' positive attitudes and willingness to adopt the green banking approach. This study aims to promote ES implications for Islamic bankers and encourage I...
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Banking sector is at a risk of worsening loan quality which is a major threat to the stability of financial system. The impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows on nonperforming loans (NPLs) in United Arab Emirates (UAE) is empirically investigated in this study. The data from 2008 to 2017 is collected and analysed through ordinary least s...
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The recent development in Islamic banking has uplifted the demand for Islamic banking products and services including Islamic credit card (ICC). The main focus of this study is to understand and analyse the factors influencing the acceptance of ICC in Brunei. The theory of reasoned action (TRA) was modified to categorise and determine the factors i...
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The demand for Halal cosmetic products has gained substantial momentum in the modern millennium. The tipping points for the rise in demand are increasing Muslim population and consumers' demand for safe, hygienic and friendly to human body cosmetic products. However, the Halal cosmetics industry so far is unable to cater to the needs of its custome...
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This study determines employees’ perception towards Islamic banking products, services, marketing strategies, gained experience and skills, and the significant impact of these factors on the potential growth of Islamic banking in Malaysia. A quantitative research approach is adopted to examine the impact of various factors. The data was collected f...
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Abstrak: Zakat merupakan kewajipan setiap Muslim sebagaimana yang dinyatakan di dalam al-Quran dan Hadith Nabi SAW. Zakat adalah bertujuan untuk menyucikan dan menyuburkan harta. Walaubaimanapun, akhir ini menyaksikan pelbagai penyalahtafsiran dan penyalahgunaan terhadap maksud suci kutipan zakat. Salah satu daripadanya adalah penggubahan wang hara...
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This study focuses to categorise the types of green behaviours among Islamic bankers and the impact of these behaviours on the growth of green banking in Malaysia. The data was collected through a self-administrated survey questionnaire. McConnaughy’s (2014) behavioural framework was adopted as a measurement scale. The findings prove that all five...
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The main objective of this study is to explore the understanding level of various Islamic banking concepts and determine the factors that impact the adoption of Islamic banking services in Brunei. The impact of the level of understanding, relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, observability, uncertainty, and service quality was examined thr...
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The main objective of this study is to understand and determine the impact of macroeconomic variables on Islamic banks' profitability in Brunei. The impact of GDP growth rate, inflation, interest rate, exchange rate, oil prices, competition and money supply on Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) profitability was determined from the year 2012 to th...
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The main focus of this study is to examine the relationship between service quality and customers’ perception. The study deployed modified Carter model by introducing two unique dimensions of corporate social responsibility and innovation to examine this relationship. A self-administrated questionnaire based field survey was conducted. The research...
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The present study explores the relationship between service quality and customer perception. Service quality and customer perception of leading Islamic and conventional banks in Brunei is analyzed through comparative analysis. The comparative analysis on customer perception of service quality between both bank customers is done by deploying Carter'...

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