Abdelghani Echchabi, Ph.D. (ORCID: 0000-0001-7526-6418)

Abdelghani Echchabi, Ph.D. (ORCID: 0000-0001-7526-6418)

Higher Colleges of Technology

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Abdelghani Echchabi, Ph.D. (ORCID: 0000-0001-7526-6418) Information

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Higher Colleges of Technology

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Assistant Professor of Finance Dubai Men's Campus UAE

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Abdelghani Echchabi, Ph.D. (ORCID: 0000-0001-7526-6418) Skills & Research Interests

Ethical Finance

Social Finance

Public Finance

Digital Finance

Top articles of Abdelghani Echchabi, Ph.D. (ORCID: 0000-0001-7526-6418)

Abdelghani Echchabi

Biographical notes: Abdelghani Echchabi is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE. Earlier, he served in similar positions in South Korea, Oman and Saudi Arabia. His areas of research and teaching interest cover a wide range of finance and Islamic finance topics, as well as entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship. He participated in several international conferences in finance and Islamic finance, and has published significant research papers in internationally recognised journals.Rihab Grassa is a researcher and Faculty in Accounting, Auditing and Islamic Finance at the Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE, as well as external associate researcher for the Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Gestion Université–Enterprise in the High Institute of Accounting and Business Administration, University of Manouba, Tunisia. She is expertise in Auditing with Big Fours …

Authors

Rihab Grassa,Hichem Khlif

Published Date

2024

Donors’ attitude towards fundraising efforts in UAE during COVID-19 pandemic: the moderating role of ethics

PurposeThis study aims to explore the antecedents of donors’ attitudes toward fundraising campaigns to fight COVID-19 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) during the pandemic crisis. This manuscript identified how moderating effects of ethical dimensions can strengthen the relationship between trust in charity and charity projects with their attitude to raise funds to mitigate pandemic repercussions.Design/methodology/approachThis study follows a quantitative approach by administering survey instruments to collect the data from the sample of respondents. A total of 391 responses were obtained adopting snowball sampling and analyzed through structural equation modeling (SEM) to derive meaningful results for path analysis.FindingsThe findings of this study indicate that certain insights need to be considered to trigger the donors’ attitude toward raising or participating in charity-oriented campaigns, especially …

Authors

Adel Sarea,Mustafa Raza Rabbani,Habeeb Ur Rahiman,Abdelghani Echchabi

Journal

Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research

Published Date

2023/2/2

Guest editorial: Corporate disclosure and reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic

Following the declaration of the coronavirus (COVID-19) as a pandemic by the World Health Organization, governments worldwide have taken stringent measures to control the spread of the virus. Solutions like social distancing policies have flattened the medical curve but also steepened the recession curve and led the financial system into crisis (Baldwin and Mauro, 2020). Overall, actions taken in response to the spread of COVID-19 have resulted in significant disruption to business operations and a significant increase in economic uncertainty. These events and conditions created a level of uncertainty and risk never experienced before by companies, which resulted in significant financial reporting implications for preparers of financial statements (KPMG, 2021). Accordingly, this special issue attempts to address some of these implications and issues.In this regard, the study titled “Did the COVID-19 pandemic …

Authors

Abdelghani Echchabi,Rihab Grassa,Hichem Khlif

Journal

Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting

Published Date

2023/9/1

Determinants of Selection of Halal Tourism Destination: A Case Study of the UAE

The purpose of this study is to explore the factors influencing tourists’ selection of the UAE as their halal tourism destination. The study focuses on tourists who visited the UAE between January 2019 and February 2020, with special emphasis on tourists from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). A mixed methodology approach is used to achieve the study’s objectives: a quantitative survey to collect data from 600 respondents, and indepth interviews with 10 interviewees to obtain richer and more meaningful information about the respondents’ experiences and perceptions about the different halal tourism dimensions. Research findings revealed that cities’ security and safety measures, family entertainment activities, halal food diversity and international restaurant chains serving halal food are the most important factors influencing tourists to choose the UAE as one of the best halal tourism destinations. Overall, our respondents were highly satisfied with their halal tourism experience in the UAE. This is the first study that explores the determinants of tourists’ selection of the UAE as their next/best halal tourism destination, taking into consideration that Dubai is among the most visited cities in the world. Moreover, this study provides new theoretical and practical contribution to halal tourism. The findings could help tourism operators in the UAE to further develop halal tourism and to explore the opportunities it offers the country. The findings also have significant contribution to the tourism literature and to the practitioners and policy makers as well, since they provide important insights on the main factors that influence tourists’ selection of the UAE as their …

Authors

Abdelghani Echchabi,Anca Bocanet,Rihab Grassa

Journal

Global Journal Al-Thaqafah

Published Date

2022

Who is Homo Islamicus? A Qurʾānic perspective on the economic agent in Islamic economics

PurposeThis paper aims to explain the nature of the economic agent in Islamic economics. He is commonly referred to as Homo Islamicus.Design/methodology/approachThis is done by deriving the concept from the Qurʾān as the primary epistemological source in Islamic economics. The paper, thus, attempts to explore the message of the Qurʾān and internalize its concepts and values in their totality into the conception of the economic agent from an Islamic perspective.FindingsThe paper brings an insight regarding the nature of the economic agent in Islamic perspective. The concept of the economic agent that is developed from the Qurʾānic teachings will be useful in developing assumptions and theories in Islamic economics.Research limitations/implicationsThis paper explores the normative behavioral framework of man from the Qurʾānic perspective (i.e. what is expected of man) in order to serve as the basis …

Authors

Hafas Furqani,Abdelghani Echchabi

Journal

ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance

Published Date

2022/6/23

Contemporary Research in Accounting and Finance: Case Studies from the MENA Region

In spite of its socioeconomic importance to the growth and development of the global economy and its unremittingly increasing role in transforming current and future social and economic trends, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is consistently ignored when researching and discussing business-focused social sciences. While academic research on economics, business management, accounting and finance systems from a developed markets standpoint is indisputably abundant, research focusing on the MENA framework is still in embryonic stages. Consequently, a closer investigation of these topical business management issues within the MENA context while merited is long overdue since the region is on the cusp of an unprecedented socioeconomic transformation that warrants some research traction. Research in the region will help shed valuable insights on the existing regional state of an …

Authors

Abdelghani Echchabi,Rihab Grassa,Welcome Sibanda

Published Date

2022

Customers’ Preference and Selection of Takaful Insurance Products: The UAE Case

The main objective of the study was to examine the customers’ willingness to use/continue using Takaful services in the UAE, as well as the factors that influence their decisions. In addition, the study attempted to explore the perception of Takaful and insurance professionals regarding the competitiveness and performance of both industries. The study used a mixed methodology approach, by relying on both quantitative and qualitative aspects of data collection and analysis. The findings revealed that customers in the UAE are keen to use/continue using Takaful services. Further, the findings showed that uncertainty has a negative influence on the intention to adopt Takaful services. While compatibility, social impact, and awareness were found to have a significant positive influence on the intention to adopt Takaful services in the UAE. Moreover, it was consistently highlighted in the interviews that though the Takaful …

Authors

Mohamed Adel Saleh,Abdolkarim Abootaleb Abbasi,Ali Ahmad Al Falasi,Mohammad Bader Almheiri,Abdelghani Echchabi

Published Date

2022/5/29

Customers’ Acceptance of E-banking During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of Oman

The Omani banking industry still lags behind in keeping up with the full adoption of e-banking technologies in delivering its services. Nevertheless, this might have changed to some extent with the spread of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) which forced financial institutions around the world to temporary close most of their branches, and operate mostly on an online basis. The purpose of the study is to investigate customers’ perception of E-Banking Adoption in the Omani context during the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, the focus is on determining the aspects that would potentially increase the acceptance and usage of E-banking services from the customer’s perspective. A questionnaire was developed with the purpose of collecting data from total sample of 200 banks’ customers in Oman. In terms of data analysis, linear regression and t-tests were used. The results indicated that bank customers in Oman have a …

Authors

Salim Al-Hajri,Abdelghani Echchabi,Syed Ghayas,Mohammed Ali Akour

Published Date

2022/5/29

Entrepreneurial behaviour of university students in the United Arab Emirates: An empirical analysis

The aim of the study is to explore students’ entrepreneurial behaviour in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), represented by behavioural intention, and the factors that influence their entrepreneurial decisions. The study used 248 survey questionnaires distributed to university students from various universities and regions in the UAE. The collected data were analysed using elementary descriptive analysis, and partial least squares technique. The findings showed that personal attitude, subjective norm, facilitating conditions and perceived behavioural control have a significant influence on the Emirati students’ entrepreneurial intention. In addition, government support was found to have a significant role in moderating the relationships between the above factors and entrepreneurial intention, by either strengthening or dampening these relationships. The study significantly contributes to the behavioural theories …

Authors

Abdelghani Echchabi,Abdullah Mohammed Ayedh,Mercy Chaita,Welcome Sibanda

Journal

International Journal of technology management & sustainable development

Published Date

2022/11/1

Implications of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain on Auditing and Accounting Practices: The Malaysian Experience

The objective of the paper is to examine auditors' awareness and knowledge of cryptocurrencies and the underlying blockchain technology. Furthermore, the study attempts to emphasise the potential changes that might occur in auditing and accounting practices with the usage of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. The study applied a qualitative research method and phenomenology research design. Data were collected from eight auditing professionals in Malaysia using semi-structured interviews. The findings revealed that the interviewees have a good understanding of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. Furthermore, the general consensus from the interviews was that blockchain technology will make auditing and accounting practices much easier and more efficient. Nevertheless, the accounting profession is required to enhance efforts to innovate their field to cope with the latest technological …

Authors

Mohammed Ahmed Ayedh Ayedh,Abdelghani Echchabi,Fatima Abdul Hamid,Supiah Salleh

Journal

International Journal of Blockchains and Cryptocurrencies

Published Date

2021

THE INFLUENCE OF OIL PRICES ON STOCK MARKET DURING FINANCIAL CRISIS: CASE STUDY OF SAUDI ARABIA AND RUSSIA

Many studies argued about the impact of oil prices in financial markets. This research aims to investigate the correlation between oil price shocks and stock market behavior using market index data for Saudi Arabia and Russia. These two countries are the world biggest exporters of oil. This study analyzed daily, period ranges from January 2nd, 1995 to May 6th, 2015. The findings revealed that there is a positive relationship between Saudi and Russian stock market and oil prices. Where, financial crisis and Arab uprising negatively influenced stock market. These findings are relevant to portfolio managers, investors, and policy maker to make strategic plans by predicting the future movement of stock markets through the change in oil prices

Authors

Bayan Jaha,Abdelghani Echchabi

Journal

PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology

Published Date

2021/5/9

Higher Education in Light of Covid-19 Pandemic: The Role of Educational Technology

The aim of the paper is to discuss and analyze the effect of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic on the higher education sector across the word. In addition, it aims to highlight the challenges and opportunities it has created for the Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) by migrating to the online learning mode. Therefore, the current study has underlined various areas of technology used in the higher education sector transformation enabling HEIs’a smooth migration towards the online/distance delivery mode, that was mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its repercussions. The findings revealed that the COVID-19 pandemic and its repercussions have provided HEIs the opportunity to be operating through online learning mode, while other HEIs have significantly struggled through the process, with some of them were required to postpone their classes till the overall conditions allow them to resume physical …

Authors

Mohammed Mispah Said Omar,Abdelghani Echchabi,Abdullah Mohammed Ayedh,Salim Al-Hajri

Journal

International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies

Published Date

2021

Determinants of investment in cryptocurrencies: The case of Morocco

The study investigates the factors that might increase the investment in cryptocurrencies among Moroccan investors. The study used a survey questionnaire to collect data from a sample of 200 respondents. Subsequently, the collected data was analysed using linear regression as well as basic descriptive statistics and one sample t-test. The findings revealed that attitude, subjective norms and perceived behavioural control have a significant impact on the intention to invest in cryptocurrencies. In addition, the results indicated that the Moroccan investors have high tendency to invest in cryptocurrencies. It is worth stressing that this is one of the earliest studies that examine the perception and willingness to invest in cryptocurrencies. Hence, it is expected to be one of the foundations for the future studies in this area.

Authors

Abdelghani Echchabi,Hassanuddeen Abd Aziz,Islam Nazier Tanas

Journal

Rafgo

Published Date

2021/2/22

Factors Influencing Bitcoin Investment Intention: The case of Oman

The current study examines the factors that might increase the investment in Bitcoin among Muslim communities. Oman is selected as a setting for this study due to the rapid progress in the Islamic finance and investment areas that the country has witnessed though ventured in this field relatively late compared to other countries. The study used a survey questionnaire to collect data for a sample of 200 respondents. Subsequently, the collected data was analysed using structural equation modelling (SEM) as well as basic descriptive statistics and one sample t-test. The findings revealed that the respondents perceive themselves to have sufficient awareness and knowledge of the Bitcoin concept and benefits, as well as the techniques used to manage a Bitcoin account. In addition, the findings revealed that factors such as perceived ease of use, compatibility, awareness and facilitating conditions have a significant …

Authors

Abdelghani Echchabi,Mohammed Mispah Said Omar,Abdullah Mohammed Ayedh

Journal

International Journal of Internet Technology and Secured Transactions

Published Date

2021

Banking stock price movement and macroeconomic indicators: k-means clustering approach

This study investigates the price movement characteristics of banking issuers listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange with macroeconomic indicators as an exogenous variable. By using the k-means clustering based on the monthly rate of return, banks are classified into three clusters, lower, middle, and upper clusters, with a cluster rank directly proportional to the average rate of return. Furthermore, each cluster formed is estimated using dynamic panel data regression with the generalized method of moment. This study shows that the price of banking issuers in the middle cluster is more reactive in dealing with interest rates and exchange rates. At the same time, the highest inflation coefficient exists in the upper cluster. The higher beta coefficient creates abnormal returns that allow for higher gains and line with the risk level. Meanwhile, the price effect in the previous period proved to be in line with the cluster level …

Authors

Idah Zuhroh,Mochamad Rofik,Abdelghani Echchabi

Journal

Cogent Business & Management

Published Date

2021/10/2

Acknowledgment to Reviewers of Entropy in 2020

Peer review is the driving force of journal development, and reviewers are gatekeepers who ensure that Entropy maintains its standards for the high quality of its published papers. Thanks to the cooperation of our reviewers, in 2020, the median time to first decision was 17 days and the median time to publication was 38 days. Among the reviewers who reviewed for Entropy in 2020, the following five have been selected to receive the “Entropy 2020 Outstanding Reviewer Award” for the timeliness and quality of their review reports in 2020:

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Entropy Editorial Office

Journal

Entropy

Published Date

2021/2

Malaysian Muslim investors’ behaviour towards the blockchain-based Bitcoin cryptocurrency market

PurposeThis study aims to examine the factors that could increase the investment in the Bitcoin market among Malaysian Muslim communities.Design/methodology/approachThe study used a survey questionnaire to collect data for a sample of 200 Muslim respondents in Malaysia. Subsequently, the collected data was analysed using structural equation modelling, as well as basic descriptive statistics and one sample test.FindingsThe findings showed that compatibility, awareness and facilitating conditions have a significant impact on Malaysian Muslim communities’ investment in the Bitcoin market.Originality/valueIt is worth emphasizing that this is one of the earliest studies that examine the Muslim communities’ perception and willingness to invest in the Bitcoin market. Hence, it is expected to be one of the foundations for future studies in this area.

Authors

Abdullah Ayedh,Abdelghani Echchabi,Mohamed Battour,Mohammed Omar

Journal

Journal of Islamic Marketing

Published Date

2021

FinTech Start-Ups Financing in Islamic Banks in Oman: Qualitative Evidence

The objective of the study was mainly to shed light on the current state and future prospects of FinTech in Oman, with particular focus on its potential contribution to the Islamic finance industry. The study used qualitative methods in forms of in-depth interviews with eight Islamic banks’ managers in Oman. The findings revealed that the FinTech industry in Oman is still operating under-potential. This might be due to the general lack of interest in this area by the Omani start-up businesses. This situation might also be due to the lack of financing opportunities by local financial institutions, including both Islamic and conventional financial institutions. The findings also showed that the start-ups in Oman prefer long term financial schemes, while the Islamic financial institutions (IFIs) generally prefer short term financing on Musharakah and Ijarah contracts. Finally, the findings showed that the IFIs are optimistic regarding the prospects of growth and success of FinTech in Oman. It is noteworthy that this is one of the early studies that address the FinTech startups financing from an Islamic perspective, and hence lays the ground for the future studies to be conducted in this area.

Authors

Abdelghani Echchabi,Mohammed Omar2 Abdullah Ayedh3 Welcome Sibanda

Published Date

2021/1/21

The Cloud Computing Systems' Adoption in the Higher Education Sector in Oman in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The objective of the research was to find out the key factors that influence the acceptance and usage of cloud computing systems in the Omani higher education sector, with special emphasis on the COVID-19 outbreak. For this purpose, a quantitative research approach was conducted where 200 students from several Omani higher education institutions were surveyed, and by using Partial Least Square (PLS) to analysis the collected data. The findings revealed that the intention to use cloud computing in this context is significantly dependent on its perceived ease of use, usefulness, perceived reliability and responsiveness. It is noteworthy that this is one of the early studies that address the subject of cloud computing usage during times of crises, and specifically the COVID-19 outbreak. As such, it provides significant contributions in the area of technology adoption.

Authors

Salim Al-Hajri,Abdelghani Echchabi,Abdullah Mohammed Ayedh,Mohammed Mispah Said Omar

Journal

International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education

Published Date

2021/9

Determinants of social and environmental reporting practices disclosure in Libyan oil and gas industry: a managerial perspective

The purpose of the study is to investigate the management behaviour in reporting CSER activities and the factors that influence their decision behaviour in the case of Libyan Oil and Gas industry. For this purpose, in-depth interviews were conducted with 9 managers working in Oil and Gas industry in Libya. The transcribed interviews were then analyzed using thematic approach. The findings revealed that the managers recognize companies’ social and environment responsibility, on a self-motivation basis as well as due to the potential negative impacts of a company’s operations on the environment and society. On the other hand, the oil and gas companies deem themselves obliged to report their CSER practices due to the increased awareness about the potential negative impacts of the oil and gas industry. Nevertheless, the disclosure of these practices is still limited due to the lack of a comprehensive framework that sets all CSER requirements for Libyan companies. It is noteworthy that this is the first study that focuses on the management behavior in reporting CSER activities in the Libyan oil and gas industry. Hence, it makes a great contribution and lays the foundation for the future studies in the CSER area.

Authors

Mohammed Mispah Said Omar,Abdelghani Echchabi,Abdullah Mohammed Ayedh,Salim Al-Hajri

Journal

International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy

Published Date

2021

Islamic Banks Financing of FinTech Start-Ups in Oman: An Exploratory Study

This study mainly aims to explore the current practice and prospects of FinTech start-ups financing in Oman, particularly the IFIs (Islamic Financial Institutions) financing practices and the challenges faced by these start-ups in obtaining it. The study applies qualitative methods in procedures of in-depth interviews with eight Islamic banks’ managers in Oman. The findings revealed that the financing of the FinTech start-ups in Oman still in the infant stage and below its potential. This might be due to the general lack of interest in this area by the Omani start-up businesses. This situation might be due to the lack of clear strategic vision of Omani financial institutions, including both Islamic and conventional financial institutions with regards the Fintech start-ups. The findings also showed that the start-ups in Oman prefer long term financial schemes, while the Islamic financial institutions (IFIs) generally prefer to offer short term …

Authors

Abdelghani Echchabi,Mohammed Mispah Said Omar,Abdullah Mohammed Ayedh,Welcome Sibanda

Journal

The Journal of Muamalat and Islamic Finance Research

Published Date

2021/6/1

Determinants of Microfinance Factors Affecting Women’s Empowerment: Evidence from Egypt

There have been many proposals made and implemented worldwide by both the public and private sectors to alleviate the hardships of the poor women, and in the long term enhance their empowerment. Subsequently, this would allow women to play a significant social and economic role in modern societies. The current research has been motivated by the need to close the knowledge gap by assessing the determinants of microfinance, as well as the factors affecting women‘s empowerment in Egypt, in terms of increased savings and real income and choice, as well as participation in decision making, social relations, consumption and household welfare. This study applied quantitative tools and examined a random sample of 423 women participants with a microfinance agency in Egypt. Particularly, a survey was conducted on the key impact of institutional factors, cognitive effects and cultural factors on women's …

Authors

Ali Hamid Irhoumah,Abdullah Moh'd Ayedh,Abdelghani Echchabi

Journal

FWU Journal of Social Sciences

Published Date

2020

Shariah Governance and Assurance Index in GCC Islamic Banks

This study attempts to identify the Shariah governance and assurance practices in Islamic banks in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. It adopts both qualitative and quantitative techniques in two different stages. In the first stage, content analysis technique is performed to analyse data from Shariah Committee Reports and annual reports of Islamic banks in GCC countries. Upon the analysis and identification of Shariah assurance practices, the study computes an Index of Shariah Governance and Assurance practices for each of the Islamic banks under consideration, and benchmarks their applications against the best practices developed and derived from fatwa issuing bodies such as Majma'Fiqh Academy, Kuwait Finance House (KFH) resolutions and Malaysia's Shariah Governance Framework. The results of the analysis revealed that practitioners in different jurisdictions adopt distinctive Shariah …

Authors

Abdullah Ahmed Mohammed,Abdelghani Echchabi,Zurina Shafii,Supiah Salleh

Journal

Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance

Published Date

2020

Entrepreneurial intention among female university students in Oman

The aim of the study is to identify the factors that influence the entrepreneurial intention among female students in Oman. The study used a survey questionnaire to collect data for a sample of 384 respondents in Oman. The study ensured that the major country regions and universities are covered. The collected data was analysed using partial least squares (PLS) method as well as basic descriptive statistics. The findings revealed that perceived behavioural control and personal attitude were the main factors that influence Omani female students' entrepreneurial intention. Attitude to risk, facilitating conditions and subjective norm were found to have no significant impact on entrepreneurial intention. The focus on female entrepreneurship is both timely and necessary worldwide and particularly in Oman. The findings have significant theoretical and practical implications that would certainly improve the entrepreneurship …

Authors

Abdelghani Echchabi,Mohammed Mispah Said Omar,Abdullah Mohammed Ayedh

Journal

Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development

Published Date

2020

Digital technology disruption on bank business models

This research investigates the impact of digital technology, via Fin-Tech challenger banks on banks' business models. Fin-Techs are exerting a pervasively disruptive influence on bank business models. Notwithstanding the obvious benefits, analysis in this area from high-income transition economy remains unexplored. The paper exploits this gap via a drop/pick-up survey questionnaire administered on a sample of all 68 UAE-Federation of Bank members. The results indicate that digital technology is transforming the banking ecosystem from classical competitive models to innovative bank-to-Fin-Tech collaborative models, where classical banking is disintermediated into multi-modal, multi-directional and smaller models, generating opportunities never seen before, more so for overseas banks from developed economies. The sample period is short if we consider the frenetic pace of technological change, which …

Authors

Welcome Sibanda,Esinath Ndiweni,Mohamed Boulkeroua,Abdelghani Echchabi,Tabani Ndlovu

Journal

International Journal of Business Performance Management

Published Date

2020

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Donors’ attitude towards fundraising efforts in UAE during COVID-19 pandemic: the moderating role of ethics

Guest editorial: Corporate disclosure and reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic

Determinants of Selection of Halal Tourism Destination: A Case Study of the UAE

Who is Homo Islamicus? A Qurʾānic perspective on the economic agent in Islamic economics

Contemporary Research in Accounting and Finance: Case Studies from the MENA Region

Customers’ Preference and Selection of Takaful Insurance Products: The UAE Case

Customers’ Acceptance of E-banking During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of Oman

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The co-authors of Abdelghani Echchabi, Ph.D. (ORCID: 0000-0001-7526-6418) are Abdullah moh'd Ayedh (ORCID:0000-0002-4894-1569) (أ.د. عبدالله محمد عائض), Idah Zuhroh, Supiah Salleh, Nafiu Olaniyi Oladokun, lukman ayinde olorogun, Welcome Sibanda Ph.D [ORCID: 0000-0002-2395-9666].

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    Abdullah moh'd Ayedh  (ORCID:0000-0002-4894-1569) (أ.د. عبدالله محمد عائض)

    Abdullah moh'd Ayedh (ORCID:0000-0002-4894-1569) (أ.د. عبدالله محمد عائض)

    Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia

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    Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

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    Supiah Salleh

    Supiah Salleh

    Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia

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    Nafiu Olaniyi Oladokun

    Curtin University

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    lukman ayinde olorogun

    Istanbul Gelisim Üniversitesi

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