Tag: Malaysia

Assessment of the Burden of Serious Human Fungal Infections in Malaysia

┬áThe current study is expected to provide a better understanding of the global distribution of significant human fungal infections, serve as a reference for future research, and help to the improvement of public health in the region’s fungal diseases. As ever-more advanced healthcare systems create more risk factors, fungal...
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Study on Environmental Management Accounting and Environmental Performance

Highlights from the research: The goal of this study is to investigate the relationship between environmental management accounting (EMA) and environmental performance in Malaysia’s SMEs manufacturing industry. Many businesses, regardless of size or style, have been touched by the environmental challenge. Ferreira et al. [1] claim that the type...
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Climate Change and Rice Production: Adaptation Strategies and Capacity

The purpose of this research is to evaluate the economic impact of climate change on farmer poverty in Kedah, as well as the factors that influence farmers’ adaptation decisions and willingness to pay (WTP) for crop insurance in order to adapt to climate change. Climate change is defined as...
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Determination of Financial Management Attitude and Practice among the Medical Practitioners in Public and Private Medical Services in Malaysia | Chapter 11 | Modern Perspectives in Economics, Business

The major goal of this study is to examine the level of financial management attitude and practise among medical practitioners in Malaysia’s urban and rural areas. Doctors learn money management by trial and error, and they frequently discover their mistakes and deficits later in life. This study examined medical...
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A Study on Malaysian Crude Palm Oil Price Volatility

Palm oil is one of the commodities that contributes to the Malaysian economy. Despite the palm oil industry’s impressive growth, the price of crude palm oil (CPO), or processed palm oil, has been extremely volatile during the last two decades. As a result, the purpose of this article is...
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Project Management Practices: The Malaysian Insights and Trends

The requirement for offering value-for-money projects has risen, especially in light of the current inconceivable amount of economic damage caused by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), which has affected 219 nations and territories, including Malaysia. The famous iron triangle, which includes time, cost, and quality, is widely regarded by...
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The Tourist Perceived Risk towards Travel Intention

The perceived risk effects on destination choices and travel behaviour were established by previous tourism scholars. The relationship between the risk perceived by tourists and the intention of tourists to travel was not much explored, especially in the Malaysian context, but current studies indicate a close relationship between them....
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