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Commerce and Financial Management

 

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  • Surangi, H. A. K. N. S. S. (SAGE Open, 2022)
    The area of female entrepreneurship has recently received considerable attention, which is dominated by quantitative studies. However, the narrative methodology approach offers the opportunity to gain in-depth, rich ...
  • Surangi, H. A. K. N. S. (International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 2022)
    Abstract Purpose – Research investigating female entrepreneurs and their networking relationships has developed considerably over the past two decades. There are, however, few Sri Lankan studies that have specifically focussed ...
  • Nanayakkara, Madurika; Colombage, Sisira (AABFJ, 2022)
    We examine the effect of degree of compliance with the Green Bond Principles (GBP) on investor demand for such bonds, using cross-sectional data for all countries in the Green Bond market over the period 2007-2019. We find ...
  • Colombage, S.R.N.; Barua, S.; Nanayakkara, M.; Colombage, Udari N. (The European Journal of Development Research, 2022)
    The COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented global health crisis, rapidly transferred into a global economic and social crisis. The pandemic has threatened the world’s commitment to achieve Sustainable Development Goals ...
  • De Alwis, C; Punchihewa, U.; De Alwis, A.H.M; Andrlic, Berislav; Ramanadhan, Hareesh N. (International Conference on Contemporary Management, 2021, 2021)
    The study explored the impact of Occupational Stress (OS) on Organisational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB) and the mediating role played by Job Satisfaction (JS) when the executive grade employees of the Sri Lankan apparel ...
  • De Alwis, C.; Andrlic, Berislav; Sostar, Marko (DAAAM International Symposium on Intelligent Manufacturing And Automation, 2019, 2019)
    Current study attempts to examine the relationship between internal environmental factors and the level of adoption HRIS. An integrated conceptual framework was integrated ideas and elements from the diffusion of innovation ...
  • Kurian, Simmy; Ramanathan, Hareesh N. (Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, 2019, 2019)
    E-learning is a planned effort towards providing interactive and experiential learning having flexibility in terms of time, place, pace, participation and accessibility. Globalization has set the stage for a social ...
  • Jayampathi, E.K.; De Alwis, A.C.; Razi, M.J.M. (South Asian Journal of Business Insights 2021, Faculty of Management and Finance University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka, 2021)
    The knowledge management behavior of an organization is discussed under the concept of knowledge Management Orientation (KMO). As one of the most important strategic resources of an organization, there is a growing interest ...
  • Razi, M. J. Mohamed; Tamrin, M. I. M.; Nor, R. M. (2021 International Conference on Software Engineering & Computer Systems and 4th International Conference on Computational Science and Information Management (ICSECS-ICOCSIM), 2021)
    On-demand vehicle acquisition with a driver on internet-based platform (e-hailing) has become one of the standard transport modes nowadays. Accordingly, different stakeholders have shown high interest in this concept, ...
  • Herath, H.M.T.S.; Shamil, Mohamed M.; Ariff, S.S. (10th ICME at University of Ruhuna,, 2021)
    Drawing on the Protection-Motivation Theory (PMT), this study aims to analyze the influence of perceived health risk on social distancing behaviour and the mediating role of attitude towards social distancing among the ...
  • Kannangara, S.D.P.P; Herath, H.M.T.S. (10th ICME at University of Ruhuna, 2021)
    Internal migration and rural development are the most debated areas of a development process, which have not been adequately addressed for years in many developing countries, particularly in Sri Lanka. Therefore, the purpose ...
  • Dilroshan, C.; Herath, H.M.T.S.; Madurapperuma, W. (10th ICME at University of Ruhuna, 2021)
    Intrapreneurial behaviour (IB) of employees is essential to tackle challenges 1and stimulate growth and well-being of organizations. Research on IB remain isolated and scarce preventing scholars from developing a more ...
  • Houache, Hassen; Rahima, Noor Hayani Binti Abd; Razi, Mohamed Jalaldeen Mohamed; Shah, Asadullah (International Journal on Perceptive and Cognitive Computing (IJPCC), 2020)
    Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) are regarded as the engine of the growth of the world economy. They had recently experienced rapid growth and improved their business activities in terms of customers’ number and ...
  • Arifin, Viva; Razi, M.J.M.; Kartiwi, Mira; Abdullah, Lili Marziana (IEEE, 2020)
    The focus of this research is to investigate IT competence and IT students' readiness to face the industrial revolution 4.0 based on student perception. In this preliminary study, a survey was distributed through an online ...
  • Yatigammana, M.R.K.N.; Wijayarathne, P.G. (Solid State Technology, 2020)
    There is an increasing demand for e-learning during the outbreak of Covid-19. Thus, the educational institutions stress the teachers to use digital educational tools to develop the lessons and share them with the students. ...
  • Hettiarachchi, H.A.H.; Wickramasinghe, C.N.; Ranathunga, S. (The International Technology Management Review, 2018)
    Today, comprehending consumer behavior is becoming dynamically challenging with the emergence of social commerce. Business organizations are now striving to convince consumers by exploiting the advantage of social support ...
  • Lakmal, K.G.P.; Hettiarachchi, H.A.H.; Anuranga, B.K.H.D. (Sri Lanka Journal of Marketing, University of Kelaniya, 2019)
    Prominent studies revealed that building the right relationship with the right social media influencer is one of the biggest challenges in influencer marketing. This study mainly aimed at exploring how Sri Lankan beauty ...
  • Dahlan, A.R.A.,; Ibrahim, J.; Jalaldeen, M.R.M.; El Mohajir, M. (Journal of Information Systems and Digital Technologies, 2020)
    Several key studies have shown that the higher education sector is in need of new business models in order to stay relevant and sustainable in the New Digital Age. Pressures and drivers of change — funding, changes in the ...
  • Razi, M.J.M.; Tamrin, M.I.M.; Nor, R.M. (The 7th International Conference on Cyber and IT Service Management (CITSM), Jakarta Convention Center – Jakarta, 2019)
    e-hailing apps dominate the public taxi transport sector all over the globe. Different researchers study this disruptive business model from a different perspective. The current researchers look at this phenomenon from ...
  • Tamrin, M.I.M.; Maifiah, M.H.M.; Azemin, M.Z.C.; Turaev, S.; Razi, M.J.M. (Journal of Information Systems and Digital Technologies, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2019)
    In hospital environments around the world bacterial contamination is prevalence. One of the most commonly found bacteria is the Acinetobacter Baumannii. It can cause unitary tract, lung, abdominal and central nervous ...

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