Nlizwa Rashid's research while affiliated with Technical University of Malaysia Malacca and other places

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Microfinance became a buzzword in the credit markets as an effective tool for poverty reduction and socioeconomic development. Yet, the impact still questioned and varies from one country to others and from urban to rural. The aim of this paper was to examine the role of Malaysian microfinance Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia (AIM) on household income. A cr...
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In the 21st century, sustainable development play a pivotal role since the commitment towards sustains competitive advantage broader to triple helix performance. Although manufacturing industry is recognized as the heart of nation development, but it's imposed to the causes of a natural disaster. Thus in the new millennium, eco product innovation b...
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The role of microfinance on socioeconomic well-being has become a buzzword in the economic credit market. The underlying logic is that by extending financial services to low income people especially women, they will be able to participate in economic market through forming their small businesses and consequently generate income. Yet, the impact sti...
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Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to discuss the role of dynamic eco innovation practice in order to achieve sustainability in manufacturing industries. The outcomes of this paper attempts to describe core categories of eco innovation practices in manufacturing industry, drivers of eco innovation-practices and framework of dynamic eco-innovatio...
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Microfinance institutions are facing multiple challenges of economic, cultural, geographical changes and the lack of specific legitimacies and regulations. Those challenges cast their social mission and impact especially with the current trend of targeting profit. Thus, this research aims to assess the role of Amanah Ikthiar Malaysia (AIM) on the u...
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Microfinance institutions are facing multiple challenges of economic, cultural, geographical changes and the lack of specific legitimacies and regulations. Those challenges cast their social mission and impact especially with the current trend of targeting profit. Thus, this research aims to assess the role of Amanah Ikthiar Malaysia (AIM) on the u...

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... The result of this study suggests that AIM decreases the level of economic vulnerability and increase household income. 11 , examines the role of Malaysian microfinance on women household and empowerment. The finding of this study emphases that Malaysian microfinance has positive effect on women household. ...
... They enable firms to sense and capture opportunities with different combinations of existing knowledge resulting in GI development. Rashid et al. (2015) understand that DCs influence green strategies and minimize the double externalities problem of GI. Similarly, Yang et al.'s (2015) study results are also consistent with the view that DCs, such as strategic flexibility, affect GI positively by enabling firms to readjust and reallocate their resources to new uses in dynamic circumstances. ...
... Women with microcredit access experienced successful small business development and high-income access, resulting in bargaining powers in household decisions. The findings corresponded to Al-Shami et al. [44] from Malaysia, Akhter and Cheng [8] from Bangladesh and West Africa, and Fofana et al. [39] in asserting that microcredit impacts on household decision-making. No significant changes were observed in women borrowers' and non-borrowers' external mobility (decision-making outside home grounds). ...
... Realising the remarkable role played by IMFI as a financial source for women micro-entrepreneurs, many researchers are interested in examining the impact or influences of the programme, mostly on the economic performance of its clients personally and financially (Md Saad & Duasa, 2011;Samer et al., 2015;Zainol, Al Mamun, Ahmad, & Simpong, 2018). These studies conclude that the so-called Islamic microfinance programme positively affects the economy of borrowers (reducing poverty) and their business performance (increasing revenues and profits). ...
... But the Automotive industry is at the heart bridge of the development of a nation (Sultana & Ibrahim, 2014;Rashid et al., 2015) and is currently one of the world's largest economic contributors with 98.9 million motor vehicles produced globally in 2017 ("World production," 2018). The industry is also a vital financial driver of the Malaysian economy (Sultana & Ibrahim, 2014;Mamat et al., 2015) and is projected to add to the nation's development so much that the country can turn out to be an advanced country by 2020 (Sultana & Ibrahim, 2014). ...