Office of Assistant Vice-Chancellor Research (OAVCR)

SDG 1: No Poverty

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Abrishamkar, M. M., Abubakar, Y. A., & Mitra, J. (2021). The influence of workforce agility on high-growth firms: The mediating role of innovation. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 22(3), 146–160.

Arifin, E. N., Ananta, A., Musa, S. F. P. D., & Hoon, C.-Y. (2023). A pioneering study on measuring poverty in the hydrocarbon-rich state of Brunei Darussalam. Asian Population Studies.

Banna, H., Hassan, M. K., & Rashid, M. (2021). Fintech-based financial inclusion and bank risk-taking: Evidence from OIC countries. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 75.

Gweshengwe, B., & Hassan, N. H. (2020). Defining the characteristics of poverty and their implications for poverty analysis. Cogent Social Sciences, 6(1).

Haini, H. (2021). Financial access and the finance–growth nexus: Evidence from developing economies. International Journal of Social Economics, 48(5), 693–708.

Haini, H., Abubakar, Y. A., & Loon, P. W. (2023). Does institutional quality affect the relationship between income inequality and entrepreneurial activity? International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 43(9–10), 870–892.

Haini, H., Musa, S. F. P. D., Loon, P. W., & Basir, K. H. (2023). Does unemployment affect the relationship between income inequality and food security? International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 43(1–2), 48–66.

Hayakawa, H., & Venieris, Y. P. (2019). Duality in human capital accumulation and inequality in income distribution. Eurasian Economic Review, 9(3), 285–310.

Hudaefi, F. A., Hassan, M. K., Abduh, M., & Beik, I. S. (2023). Knowledge discovery of zakat administration worldwide from YouTube and Zoom via text mining. Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research, 14(1), 159–180.

Idris, P. S. R. P. H., Musa, S. F. P. D., & Sumardi, W. H. H. (2022). Halal-Tayyiban and Sustainable Development Goals: A SWOT Analysis. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management, 13(2).

Izadi, S., Rashid, M., & Izadi, P. (2022). FDI inflow and financial channels: International evidence before and after crises. Journal of Financial Economic Policy, 14(1), 24–42.

Jetin, B., & Ortiz, L. R. (2020). Wage-led demand as a rebalancing strategy for economic growth in China. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 43(3), 341–366.

Kabir, I., & Abubakar, Y. A. (2023). Public policy responses to COVID-19 and the survival of ethnic minority businesses (EMBs): Does entrepreneurial orientation (EO) matter? International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 29(3), 561–586.

Kabir, I., Gunu, U., & Gwadabe, Z. L. (2022). Decent Work Environment and Work-Life Balance: Empirical Analysis of Banking Sector of Hostile Environments. Journal of Family and Economic Issues.

Kakembo, S. H., Abduh, M., & Salleh, P. M. H. A. P. H. M. (2021). Adopting Islamic microfinance as a mechanism of financing small and medium enterprises in Uganda. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 28(4), 537–552.

Kakembo, S. H., & Ahmad, A. U. F. (2022). Employing islamic microfinance in addressing poverty challenges in Brunei: A Mudarabah approach. In Research Anthology on Microfinance Services and Roles in Social Progress (pp. 613–626).

Kakembo, S. H., Ahmad, A. U. F., & Muneeza, A. (2022). Pioneering Islamic microfinance in Uganda: A sustainable poverty alleviation approach. In Islamic Finance in Africa (pp. 249–272).

King, V. T., & Ooi, K. G. (2022). INTRODUCTION: Brunei’s Concerns. In Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Brunei (pp. 1–29).

Knudsen, M. (2022). (Re)Locating the “Danger Zone”: Post-disaster planning and class-based displacement in Tacloban City, Philippines. In Coastal Urbanities: Mobilities, Meanings, Manoeuvrings (pp. 85–108).

Koomson-Abekah, I., & Nwaba, E. C. (2018). Africa-China investment and growth link. Journal of Chinese Economic and Foreign Trade Studies, 11(2), 132–150.

Lachebeb, Z., Ismail, N. W., Ahmad, M. N. N., & Slesman, L. (2021). The nonlinear impact of political institutional quality on financial inclusion. Institutions and Economies, 13(2).

Marutama, A., Tsaputra, A., & Pradipta, L. (2023). The influence of disability models in Indonesian past and present: Disability rights law-making and policy-making. In Research Handbook on Disability Policy (pp. 202–216).

Musa, S. F. P. D. H., & Idris, D. S. R. P. H. (2019). Society for Community Outreach and Training (SCOT)‘s Green Xchange Project. In Green Behavior and Corporate Social Responsibility in Asia (pp. 155–161).

Musa, S. F. P. D., & Idris, D. S. R. P. H. (2020). Addressing issues of unemployment in Brunei: The mismatch between employers expectations and employees aspirations. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management, 11(2), 88–101.

Naeem, M. Z., Arshad, S., Birau, R., Spulbar, C., Ejaz, A., Hayat, M. A., & Popescu, J. (2021). Investigating the impact of CO2emission and economic factors on infants health: A case study for Pakistan. Industria Textila, 72(1), 39–49.

Nevile, A., Malbon, E., Kay, A., & Carey, G. (2019). The implementation of complex social policy: Institutional layering and unintended consequences in the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 78(4), 562–576.

Norainie, A., Khairunnisa, H. I., & Norhazlin, M. (2022). WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT IN BRUNEI DARUSSALAM. In Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Brunei (pp. 327–340).

Omeiza, L. A., Azad, A. K., Kozak, K., Mafo, A. R., Mamudu, U., & Daniel, A. O. (2022). COVID-19: Vaccine Hesitancy in Africa and the way Forward. Problemy Ekorozwoju, 17(2), 39–46.

Pacudan, R., & Hamdan, M. (2019). Electricity tariff reforms, welfare impacts, and energy poverty implications. Energy Policy, 132, 332–343.

Raimi, L., Olowo, R., & Shokunbi, M. (2021). A comparative discourse of sustainable finance options for agribusiness transformation in Nigeria and Brunei: Implications for entrepreneurship and enterprise development. World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development, 18(4), 325–350.

Rokhman, W., & Abduh, M. (2020). Antecedents of SMEs’ satisfaction and loyalty towards Islamic microfinance: Evidence from Central Java, Indonesia. Journal of Islamic Marketing, 11(6), 1327–1338.

Rusliyadi, M., Jamil, A. B. H. M., & Kumalasari, R. T. (2019). Analysis of household food security policy: Case of food security village programme, Indonesia. Asian Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 9(1), 19–32.

Sabiu, T. T., & Abduh, M. (2020). ISLAMIC FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: A BOUNDS TESTING APPROACH. Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance, 6(3), 597–620.

Sabiu, T. T., & Abduh, M. (2021). IMPACT OF ISLAMIC BANKING INCLUSION ON SME EMPLOYMENT GROWTH IN NIGERIA. Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance, 7(1), 77–106.

Salleh, P. M. H. A. P. H. M., & Baha, R. (2020). Retirement concerns and financial literacy in Brunei. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 40(3–4), 342–365.

Tamanni, L., & Besar, M. H. A. H. (2019). Profitability vs Poverty alleviation: Has banking logic influences Islamic microfinance institutions? Asian Journal of Accounting Research, 4(2), 260–279.

Truong, V. D., Knight, D. W., Pham, Q., Nguyen, T. T., Nguyen, T. D., & Saunders, S. G. (2022). Fieldwork in pro-poor tourism: A reflexive account. Tourism Recreation Research, 1–13.

Ullah, A. K. M. A., Hossain, M. A., & Huque, A. S. (2022). Non-Conventional Migration: An Evolving Pattern in South Asia. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 57(2), 335–351.

Umar, U. H., Abubakar, M., & Sharifai, I. I. (2021). Why does business zakat contribute insignificantly to achieving “SDG-1: Ending Poverty” in Nigeria? Evidence from recordkeeping practices. In Islamic Wealth and the SDGs: Global Strategies for Socio-Economic Impact (pp. 219–239).

Umar, U. H., Baita, A. J., Haron, M. H. B., & Kabiru, S. H. (2022). The potential of Islamic social finance to alleviate poverty in the era of COVID-19: The moderating effect of ethical orientation. International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, 15(2), 255–270.

Umar, U. H., Besar, M. H. A., & Abduh, M. (2023). Compatibility of the CSR practices of Islamic banks with the United Nations SDGs amidst COVID-19: A documentary evidence. International Journal of Ethics and Systems, 39(3), 629–647.

Umar, U. H., & Danlami, M. R. (2022). The Need for Revitalization of Islamic Social Finance Instruments in the COVID-19 Period in Nigeria: The Role of Digitalization. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, 423 LNNS, 177–187.

Umar, U. H., Jibril, A. I., & Musa, S. (2022). Board attributes and CSR expenditure before and during COVID-19. Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting.

Yaya, R., Saud, I. M., Hassan, M. K., & Rashid, M. (2021). Governance of profit and loss sharing financing in achieving socio-economic justice. Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research, 12(6), 814–830.