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Saeed A. Bin-Nashwan
Saeed A. Bin-Nashwan
Dhofar University
Verified email at curtin.edu.au
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Social solidarity amid the COVID-19 outbreak: fundraising campaigns and donors' attitudes
SA Bin-Nashwan, M Al-Daihani, H Abdul-Jabbar, LHA Al-Ttaffi
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 42 (3/4), 232-247, 2022
782022
Impact of customer relationship management (CRM) on customer satisfaction and loyalty: A systematic review
SA Bin-Nashwan, H Hassan
Journal of Advanced Research in Business and Management Studies 6 (1), 86-107, 2017
752017
Use of ChatGPT in academia: Academic integrity hangs in the balance
SA Bin-Nashwan, M Sadallah, M Bouteraa
Technology in Society 75, 102370, 2023
732023
Zakah compliance behavior among entrepreneurs: economic factors approach
SA Bin-Nashwan, H Abdul-Jabbar, SA Aziz, A Haladu
International Journal of Ethics and Systems 36 (2), 285-302, 2020
672020
Fundraising campaigns via social media platforms for mitigating the impacts of the COVID-19 epidemic
SA Bin-Nashwan, M Al-Daihani
Journal of Islamic Marketing 12 (3), 576-597, 2021
582021
A socio-economic model of Zakah compliance
SA Bin-Nashwan, H Abdul-Jabbar, SA Aziz, KK Viswanathan
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 40 (3/4), 304-320, 2020
572020
Toward diffusion of e-Zakat initiatives amid the COVID-19 crisis and beyond
SA Bin-Nashwan
foresight, 2021
532021
Moderating Effect of Perceived Behavioral Control on Islamic Tax (Zakah) Compliance Behavior among Businessmen in Yemen
SA Bin-Nashwan, H Abdul-Jabbar, SF Dziegielewski, SA Aziz
Journal of Social Service Research 47 (2), 292-302, 2021
532021
Zakah compliance in Muslim countries: an economic and socio-psychological perspective
SA Bin-Nashwan, H Abdul-Jabbar, SA Aziz, A Sarea
Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting 19 (3), 392-411, 2021
512021
Does trust in zakat institution enhance entrepreneurs’ zakat compliance?
SA Bin-Nashwan, H Abdul-Jabbar, SA Aziz
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research 12 (5), 768-790, 2021
452021
Russia–Ukraine conflict: 2030 Agenda for SDGs hangs in the balance
SA Bin-Nashwan, MK Hassan, A Muneeza
International Journal of Ethics and Systems, 2022
422022
The influence of tax knowledge on tax compliance behaviour: A case of Yemeni individual taxpayers
LHA Al-Ttaffi, SA Bin-Nashwan, MR Amrah
Journal of Business Management and Accounting 10 (2), 15-30, 2020
412020
A review of literature in management control system (MCS) business strategy, and firms performance
SA Bin-Nashwan, NS Abdullah, MM Obaid
International Journal of Management Research and Reviews 7 (2), 99, 2017
322017
Guide to giving during the COVID-19 pandemic: the moderating role of religious belief on donor attitude
A Sarea, SA Bin-Nashwan
International Journal of Ethics and Systems 37 (1), 90-104, 2021
282021
Do Enforcement, Religiosity and Peer Influence Zakah Compliance Behavior?
SA Bin-Nashwan, H Abdul-Jabbar, SA Aziz
International Journal of Financial Research 10 (6), 42-53, 2019
272019
The moderating effect of environmental agencies on firms’ sustainability reporting in Nigeria
A Haladu, SA Bin-Nashwan
Social Responsibility Journal 18 (2), 388-402, 2022
252022
Study on system fairness dimensions and tax compliance in the Middle East context
SA Bin-Nashwan, AM Al-Hamedi, M Marimuthu, AR Al_Harethi
Problems and Perspectives in Management 18 (1), 181-191, 2020
242020
What motivates retail investors to invest in government-issued digital sukuk during COVID-19?
SA Bin-Nashwan, A Muneeza, S Kunhibava
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research 13 (3), 393-424, 2022
212022
Investment decisions in digital sukuk in the time of COVID-19: do tax incentives matter?
SA Bin-Nashwan, A Muneeza
Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment 13 (1), 589-613, 2023
202023
The Application of Theory of Planned Behaviour on Business Zakah Compliance in Yemen: A Proposed Framework
SA Bin-Nashwan, H Abdul-Jabbar, AR Romle
Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 24 (6), 2052-2057, 2016
172016
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