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Articles by Irwan Shah Zainal Abidin
Total Records ( 3 ) for Irwan Shah Zainal Abidin
  Irwan Shah Zainal Abidin , Nor` Aznin Abu Bakar and Muhammad Haseeb
  The main objective of this study is to explore the long-run and short-run relationship between trade and other macroeconomic variables of Malaysia and the OIC member countries. To test relationship between trade and other macroeconomic variables, the empirical investigation will be conducted based on the Fully Modified Ordinary Least Squares (FMOLS) model for the period of 1995-2012. Results of FMOLS shows that out of all the variables included in the model, per capita GDP, foreign direct investment and real exchange rate of Malaysia have significant effect on the trade. The ECM panel unit root test were applied to confirm the stability of FMOLS. According to the unit root test of the residuals of FMOLS model without trend and intercept formation, it can be confirmed that the long run results are not spurious. Results of panel ECM show that none of the variable effect on trade between Malaysia and OIC countries. Finally, results of Granger Causality show that consumer price index, per capita GDP of Malaysia and foreign direct investment of OIC countries are causing trade between Malaysia and OIC countries.
  Mohammad Al-Nasser , Rushami Zien Yusoff , Rabiul Islam , Irwan Shah Zainal Abidin and Shamzaeffa Samsudin
  Attitude is referred to as a positive or negative evaluation of people, activities, ideas, objects, event or just about anything in the environment. Trust is significant for the success of online consumer purchasing. In addition, it was revealed that trusting beliefs affect positively online shopping intentions. The aim of the study is to determine the mediating effect of e-Service quality perceptions on trust and attitude toward online shopping. A quantitative research design was adopted to collect data. Multiple regression analysis method was used to conduct this study. The findings of the study will contribute to both theory and practice. The results of this study have important contributions and implications for practitioners and policy-makers. This study contributed to the field of e-Service quality perceptions on consumers’ trust and attitude relationship with online shopping in the context of developing countries. It is hoped that e-Service quality constitutes drivers of trust which consequently influence online purchase attitude and on the service quality consumer expectations in both Malaysia and Saudi Arabia. The effect of service quality perception on trust is lower for consumers having high-risk perception while the effect is higher for those with low risk perception.
  Mohammad Al-Nasser , Rushami Zien Yusoff , Rabiul Islam , Irwan Shah Zainal Abidin , Shazida Jan Mohd Khan , Zalila Othman and Bardia Bakhtyar
  This study investigated the moderating impact of risk on the relationship between e-Service quality and trust. Perceived risk is considered as the customer’s subjective belief regarding the probable negative consequence of their purchase decisions. The risk perceptions of consumers vary from one consumer to another according to factors such as the product category, person and the shopping situation. The aim of the study is to determine the moderating impact of risk on the relationship between e-Service quality and trust toward online shopping. A quantitative research design was adopted to collect data. Multiple regression analysis method was used to conduct this study. The findings of the study will contribute to both theory and practice. The results of this study have important contributions and implications for practitioners and policy-makers. This study contributed to the field of e-Service quality on consumers’ trust and attitude relationship with online shopping in the context of developing countries. It is contended that the examination of the moderating effects is more significant than the examination of a direct relationship which is quite obvious.
 
 
 
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