Mohammad Nurunnabi, PhD, SFHEA, FRSA, FAIA(Acad), CMBE, CMA, FFA, FIPA,CPA
Mohammad Nurunnabi, PhD, SFHEA, FRSA, FAIA(Acad), CMBE, CMA, FFA, FIPA,CPA
Aide to the President on Research, Ranking & Internationalization; Full Professor; Chair, Prince
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Psychological impact of COVID-19 and lockdown among university students in Malaysia: implications and policy recommendations
S Sundarasen, K Chinna, K Kamaludin, M Nurunnabi, GM Baloch, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (17), 6206, 2020
The impact of social media on learning behavior for sustainable education: Evidence of students from selected universities in Pakistan
J Abbas, J Aman, M Nurunnabi, S Bano
Sustainability 11 (6), 1683, 2019
Transformation from an oil-based economy to a knowledge-based economy in Saudi Arabia: the direction of Saudi vision 2030
M Nurunnabi
Journal of the Knowledge Economy 8 (2), 536-564, 2017
The impact of transformational leadership on job performance and CSR as mediator in SMEs
F Manzoor, L Wei, M Nurunnabi, QA Subhan, SIA Shah, S Fallatah
Sustainability 11 (2), 436, 2019
Intellectual capital reporting in a South Asian country: evidence from Bangladesh
M Nurunnabi, M Hossain
Journal of Human Resource Costing & Accounting, 2011
The impact of cultural factors on the implementation of global accounting standards (IFRS) in a developing country
M Nurunnabi
Advances in Accounting 31 (1), 136-149, 2015
The voluntary disclosure of internet financial reporting (IFR) in an emerging economy: a case of digital Bangladesh
M Nurunnabi, MA Hossain
Journal of Asia Business Studies, 2012
A multimethod approach to assess and measure corporate social responsibility disclosure and practices in a developing economy
S Ehsan, MS Nazir, M Nurunnabi, Q Raza Khan, S Tahir, I Ahmed
Sustainability 10 (8), 2955, 2018
The effects of corporate social responsibility practices and environmental factors through a moderating role of social media marketing on sustainable performance of business firms
J Abbas, S Mahmood, H Ali, M Ali Raza, G Ali, J Aman, S Bano, ...
Sustainability 11 (12), 3434, 2019
An examination of sustainable HRM practices on job performance: An application of training as a moderator
F Manzoor, L Wei, T Bányai, M Nurunnabi, QA Subhan
Sustainability 11 (8), 2263, 2019
Effects of variety-seeking intention by mobile phone usage on university students’ academic performance
SFA Hossain, M Nurunnabi, K Hussain, SK Saha
Cogent Education 6 (1), 1574692, 2019
The implementation of sustainable development goals in “BRICS” countries
S Ali, T Hussain, G Zhang, M Nurunnabi, B Li
Sustainability 10 (7), 2513, 2018
SWOT analysis: A framework for comprehensive evaluation of drivers and barriers for renewable energy development in significant countries
RM Elavarasan, S Afridhis, RR Vijayaraghavan, U Subramaniam, ...
Energy Reports 6, 1838-1864, 2020
The relationship of religiosity and marital satisfaction: the role of religious commitment and practices on marital satisfaction among Pakistani respondents
J Aman, J Abbas, M Nurunnabi, S Bano
Behavioral Sciences 9 (3), 30, 2019
The impact of entrepreneurial business networks on firms’ performance through a mediating role of dynamic capabilities
J Abbas, S Raza, M Nurunnabi, MS Minai, S Bano
Sustainability 11 (11), 3006, 2019
Auditors’ perceptions of the implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in a developing country
M Nurunnabi
Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies, 2017
Tensions between politico‐institutional factors and accounting regulation in a developing economy: insights from institutional theory
M Nurunnabi
Business Ethics: A European Review 24 (4), 398-424, 2015
Tourism development, energy consumption and environmental quality in Tunisia, Egypt and Morocco: A trivariate analysis
A Sghaier, A Guizani, SB Jabeur, M Nurunnabi
GeoJournal 84 (3), 593-609, 2019
International perspectives on the pedagogy of climate change
KM Perkins, N Munguia, R Moure-Eraso, B Delakowitz, BF Giannetti, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 200, 1043-1052, 2018
Who cares about climate change reporting in developing countries? The market response to, and corporate accountability for, climate change in Bangladesh
M Nurunnabi
Environment, development and sustainability 18 (1), 157-186, 2016
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