Publications

Posted in , on June 22nd, 2009
Publications

Selected Journal Articles**

Impact Factor Journals 

 

Forthcoming in 2017

  1. Mostafa Rasoolimanesh, Christian M. Ringle, Mastura Jaafar, & T. Ramayah. (2017). Urban vs. rural destinations: Residents’ perceptions, community participation and support for tourism development. Tourism Management, 60, 147-158. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 4.707)
  2. Mostafa Rasoolimanesh, Mastura Jaafar, Jose Luis Roldan & T. Ramayah (2017). Factors Influencing Residents’ Perceptions toward Tourism, Development; Differences across Rural and Urban World Heritage Sites, Journal of Travel Research, (SAGE) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 4.564)
  3. Mohammad Dalvi Esfahani, T. Ramayah, &  Mehrbaksh Nilashi (2017). Modelling Upper Echelon’s Behavioural Drivers of Green IT/IS Adoption using an Integrated Interpretive Structural Modelling – Analytic Network Process Approach. Telematics and Informatics, 34(2), 583-603. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.398)
  4. Ahmed Ibrahim Alzahrani, Imran Mahmud, T. Ramayah, Osama Alfarraj, & Nasser Alalwan (2017). Extending the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) to Explain Online Game Playing among Malaysian Undergraduate Students. Telematics and Informatics, (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.398)
  5. Salwa Hanim Abdul Rashid, Novita Sakundarini, Raja Ariffin Raja Ghazila & T. Ramayah (2017). The impact of sustainable manufacturing practices on sustainability performance: Empirical evidence from Malaysia. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, (Emerald) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.339)
  6. Chuah, H. W., Rauschnabel, P., Marimuthu, M., Ramayah, T., & Nguyen, B. (2017). Why do satisfied customers defect? A closer look at the simultaneous effects of switching barriers and switching inducements on customer loyalty. Journal of Service Theory and Practice, (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.100)
  7. Zill-e-Huma, Saddam Hussain, T. Ramayah, & Muhammad Imran Malik (2017). Determinants of Cyberloafing: A Comparative Study of Public and Private Sector Organizations. Internet Research, (Emerald) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.931)
  8. Imran Mahmud, T. Ramayah & Sherah Kurnia (2017). To Use Or Not To Use: Modelling End User Grumbling As User Resistance In Pre-Implementation Stage Of Enterprise Resource Planning System. Information Systems, (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.777)
  9. Syed Abidur Rahman, Seyedeh Khadijeh Taghizadeh, Mirza M.D. Alam & T. Ramayah (2017). Technology Acceptance among Micro-entrepreneurs in a Marginalized Social Strata:  The Case of Social Innovation in Bangladesh. Technological Forecasting and Social Change(Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.625)
  10. Noor Azimah Muhammad, Khadijah Shamsuddin, Rahmah Mohd Amin, Khairani Omar & T. Ramayah (2017). Questionnaire Development and Validity to Measure Sexual Intention among Youth in Malaysia. BMC Public Health, (BioMed Central) (SCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.265)
  11. Mohammad Dalvi-Esfahani, Azizah Abdul Rahman, T. Ramayah (2017). Moderating Role of Personal Values on Managers’ Intention to Adopt Green IS: Examining Norm Activation Theory. Industrial Management & Data Systems, (Emerald) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.205)
  12. Sharmila Jayasingam, Yuji Fujiwara & T. Ramayah (2017). “I am competent so I can be choosy”: Choosiness and its Implication on Graduate Employability. Studies in Higher Education, (TAYLOR & FRANCIS) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.527)
  13. Salwa Hanim Abdul Rashid, Novita Sakundarini, Raja Ariffin Raja Ghazila & T. Ramayah (2017). Drivers for the adoption of sustainable manufacturing practices: A Malaysia perspective. International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing, (SPRINGER) (SCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.497)
  14. Muhammad Kashif Saeed, Anna Zarkada & T. Ramayah (2017). The Moderating Effect of Religiosity on Ethical Behavioural Intentions: An Application of the Extended Theory of Planned Behaviour to Pakistani Bank Employees. Personnel Review, (Emerald) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.427)
  15. Muhammad Kashif Saeed, Anna Zarkada, & T. Ramayah (2017). Customer Aggression and Organizational Turnover among Service Employees: The Moderating role of Distributive Justice and Organizational Pride. Personnel Review, (EMERALD) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 01.427)
  16. Lim Yan Hua, T. Ramayah, Teoh Ai Ping & Jacky Cheah Jun Hwa (2017). Social Media as a Tool for Destination Selection among Malaysians. Information Systems Management (TAYLOR & FRANCIS) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.298)
  17. Uzma Tufail, Muhammad Shakil Ahmad, T. Ramayah, Farzand Ali Jan, Ahmad Jamil, Muhammad Qaiser Saleem, Iqtidar Ali Shah, Zainab Fakhr, Haroon Ur Rashid Khan (2017). Impact of Islamic Work Ethics on Organisational Citizenship Behaviour of Female Academic Staff in Pakistan: The Mediating Role of Employee Engagement. Applied Research in Quality of Life, (SPRINGER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.286)
  18. Mehrbakhsh Nilashi, Mohammad Dalvi, Morteza Zamani, Othman Ibrahim & T. Ramayah (2017). An interpretive structural modelling of the features influencing researchers’ selection of reference management software. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 1-13. (SAGE) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.019)
  19. Ahmed Ibrahim Alzahrani, Imran Mahmud, T. Ramayah, Osama Alfarraj, & Nasser Alalwan (2017). Modelling digital library System Success Using the DeLone and McLean Information System Success Model. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, (SAGE) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.019)
  20. Christine Nya-Ling Tan, T. Ramayah, & Simona Popa (2017). KMS self-efficacy, KMS quality, Expected Reward and Subjective Norm: Investigating Knowledge Sharing Attitude of Malaysia’s Halal Industry. European Journal of International Management, (INDERSCIENCE) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.575)
  21. Kashif Saeed, Anna Zarkhada & T. Ramayah (2017). The Impact of Attitude, Subjective norms, and Perceived behavioural control on Managers’ Ethical Intentions, Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, (Taylor & Francis) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: -)
  22. T. Ramayah, Lam Siew Lian, Syed Abidur Rahman & Seyedeh Khadijeh Taghizadeh (2017). Modeling Mobile Money Adoption: A Malaysian Perspective. Internatiomal Journal of Mobile Communications, INDERSCIENCE) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: -)

 

Published in 2016

  1. Stephanie Chuah Hui Wen, Philipp Rauschnabel, Nina Krey, Bang Nguyen, T. Ramayah, &  Shwetak Lade (2016). Wearable technologies: The role of usefulness and visibility in smartwatch adoption. Computers in Human Behavior, 65, 276-284. (ELSEVIER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.880)
  2. Jolyne Khor Kuan Siew, Zulkifli Mohamed Udin, T. Ramayah & Ben Hazen (2016). Reverse Logistics in Malaysia: The Contingent Role of Institutional Pressure. International Journal of Production Economics, 175, 96-108. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.782)
  3. T. Ramayah, Niu Swee Ling, Seyedeh Khadijeh Taghizadeh, & Syed Abidur Rahman (2016). Factors influencing SMEs website continuance intention in Malaysia. Telematics and Informatics, 33, 150–164 (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.261)
  4. Pitchay Muthu @ Chelliah Pathamanathan, T. Ramayah, Ahmed Alzahrani, Osama Alfarraj, & Nasser Alalwan (2016). E-Government Service Delivery by a Local Government Agency: The Case of E-Licensing. Telematics and Informatics, 33(4), 925-935. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.261)
  5. Alina Baber, T. Ramayah, Muhammad Imran Malik, Bushra Sadiq, Samina Islam, & Muhammad Sajjad (2016). Online Word-of-Mouth Antecedents, Attitude and Intention-to-Purchase Electronic Products in Pakistan. Telematics and Informatics, 33(2), 388-400.  (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.261)
  6. Maral Mayeh, T. Ramayah & Alok Mishra (2016). The Role of Absorptive Capacity, Communication and Trust in ERP Adoption. Journal of Systems and Software, 119, 58-69. (Elsevier)(SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.424)
  7. Jasmine A.L. Yeap, T. Ramayah & Pedro Soto Acosta (2016). Factors Propelling the Adoption of M-Learning among Students in Higher Education. Electronic Markets – The International Journal on Networked Business, 26(4), 323–338. (SPRINGER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.404)
  8. Hiram Ting & T. Ramayah (2016). What Matters to Infrequent Customer: A Pragmatic Approach to Understanding Perceived Value and Intention to Revisit Trendy Coffee Café. Springer Plus, 5(651), 1-11. (SPRINGER) (SCI ISI) (SCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.982)
  9. Muhammad Kashif, T. Ramayah & Syamsulang Sarifuddin (2015). PAKSERV – measuring higher education service quality in a collectivist cultural context. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, 27(3-4), 265-278.(Taylor & Francis) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.896)
  10. Aldrin Abdullah, Masoomeh Hedaya Marzabali, Ramayah, T., Aziz Bahauddin, & Mohammad Javad Maghsoodi Tilaki (2016). Territorial Functioning and Fear of Crime: Testing for Mediation in Structural Equation Modeling. Security Journal, 29(3), 461-484. (Palgrave-Macmillan) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.867)
  11. Mohammad Jihad, Quoquab Farzana, Makhbul Zafir Mohd, & Ramayah, T. (2016). Bridging the gap between justice and citizenship behaviour in Asian culture. Cross Cultural & Strategic Management, 23(4), 633-656. (Emerald) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.778)
  12. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Norbani Che Ha, Alan Geare & T. Ramayah (2016). The Pursuit of HR Outsourcing in an Emerging Economy: The Effects of HRM Strategy on HR Labour Costs. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 33(2), 476-486. (WILEY) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.405)
  13. Noor Hazlina Ahmad, Hasliza Abdul Halim & T. Ramayah (2016). Dilemma towards an Entrepreneurial University Ideal: The Prevailing Academic Tensions. Croatian Journal of Education, 18(2), 519-543. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.094) 
  14. May Chiun Lo, Yin Chai Wang, Constance Rinen Justin Wah & T. Ramayah (2016). The critical success factors for organizational performance of SMEs in Malaysia: a partial least squares approach. RBGN Review of Business Management, 18(61), 370-391. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.047)

 

Published in 2015

  1. Mostafa Rasoolimanesh, Mastura Jaafar & T. Ramayah (2015). Investigating a Framework to Facilitate the Implementation of City Development Strategy Using Balanced Scorecard. Habitat International, 46(1), 156-165. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.746)
  2. May Chiun Lo, Ramayah T., & Abang Azlan Mohamad (2015). Does Intention Actually Lead to Actual Usage? A Study of an E-learning System among University Students in Malaysia. Croatian Journal of Education, 17(3), 835-863. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.034)
  3. Hamid Masud, T. Ramayah, & Muhammad Shakil Ahmad (2015). Parenting styles and academic achievement of young adolescents: A systematic literature review. Quantity & Quality, 49(6), 2411-2433. (Springer) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.720)
  4. Lo May Chiun & T. Ramayah (2015). Sustainable Leadership: Power of Influence in MNCs in Malaysia. Applied Economics incorporating Applied Financial Economics, 47(30), 3198-3215. (Taylor & Francis) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.518)
  5. Alireza Jalali, Mastura Jaafar & T. Ramayah (2015). The impact of relational capital on performance through entrepreneurial orientation: Evidence from Iranian SMEs. Iranian Studies, (Taylor & Francis) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.101)
  6. T. Ramayah, Mehran Nejati & Azadeh Shafaei (2015). Modelling predictors of blog stickiness and retention by university students. Malaysian Journal of Library and Information Science, 20(3), 15-27. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.238)
  7. Ting, H., de Run, E. C. & Ramayah, T. (2015). Young Adults’ Attitude towards Advertising: A Multi-group Analysis by Ethnicity. Review of Business Management, 17(54), 769-787. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.054)
  8. Jasmine A. L. Yeap, T. Ramayah, Sherah Kurnia, Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad (2015). The Assessment of Internet Addiction among University Students: Some Findings from A Focus Group Study. Technical Gazette, 22(1), 105-111. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.615)
  9. Lo, M. C., Mohamad, A. A., T. Ramayah, & Wang, Y. C. (2015). Examining the effects of leadership, market orientation and leader member exchange (LMX) on organizational performance. Inzinerine Ekonomika-Engineering Economics. 26(4), 409-421. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.871)
  10. Ang Boon Sin, Suhaiza Zailani, Mohammad Iranmanesh, & T. Ramayah (2015). Structural equation modelling on knowledge creation in Six Sigma DMAIC project and its impact on organizational performance. International Journal of Production Economics, 168, 105–117. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.752)

 

Published in 2014

  1. Maral Mayeh, T. Ramayah & Simona Popa (2014). The Role of Absorptive Capacity In The Usage of a Complex Information System: The Case of the Enterprise Information System. Journal of Universal Computer Science, 20(6), 826-841. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.401)
  2. Lim Yan Xin, T. Ramayah Pedro Soto Acosta, Simona Popa, & Teoh Ai Ping (2014). Analyzing the use of the Web 2.0 for brand awareness and competitive advantage: An empirical study in the Malaysian hospitality industry. Information Systems Management, 31(2), 96-103. (Taylor and Francis) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.820)
  3. T. Ramayah, Pedro Soto-Acosta, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, M. Gopi & Simona Popa (2014). Explaining the adoption of Internet stock trading in Malaysia: Comparing models. Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, 22(1), 131-151. (Taylor & Francis) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.167)
  4. Lilis Surienty, T. Ramayah, Lo May Chiun & Azlin Natasha Tarmizi (2014). Quality of Work Life and Turnover Intention: A Partial Least Square (PLS) Approach. Social Indicators Research, 119(1), 405-420. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.452)
  5. Jasmine A. L. Yeap, Ignatius, J., & Ramayah, T. (2014). Determining consumers’ most preferred eWOM platform for movie reviews: A fuzzy analytic hierarchy process approach. Computers in Human Behavior, 31, 250-258. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.273)
  6. Christine Tan Nya Ling & T. Ramayah (2014). The Role of Motivators in Improving Knowledge-Sharing Among Academics. Information Research, 19(1), paper 606 [Available at http://informationr.net/ir/19-1/paper606.html] (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.660)
  7. Thien Lei Mee, T. Ramayah & Nordin Abd. Razak (2014). Specifying and Assessing a Formative Measure for Hofstede’s Cultural Values: A Malaysian Study. Quantity & Quality, 48(6), 3327-3342. (Springer) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.761)
  8. Kalai Anand Ratnam, P.D.D. Dominic & T. Ramayah (2014). A Structural Equation Modeling Approach for the Adoption of Cloud Computing To Enhance the Services of Malaysia Healthcare Sector. Journal of Medical Systems, 38(82), 1-14. (SPRINGER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.372).
  9. T. Ramayah, Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen & Joshua Ignatius (2014). Assessing knowledge sharing among academics: A validation of the knowledge sharing behaviour scale (KSBS). Evaluation Review, 38(2), 160-187. (SAGE) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.600)

 

Published in 2013

  1. Elaine Ee Jia Chi, Hasliza Halim and T. Ramayah (2013). HR Outsourcing Success: Does Partnership Quality Variables Matter? Journal of Business Economics and Management, 14(4), 664-676. (Taylor & Francis) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.881)
  2. Sharmila Jayasingam, Mahfooz Ansari, Muhamad Jantan & T. Ramayah (2013). Knowledge Management Practices and Performance: Are They Truly Linked? Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 11(3), 255-264. (Palgrave Macmillan) (SSCI Impact Factor: 1.069)
  3. Gholami R., Sulaiman A. Ramayah T. and Alemayehu M. (2013). Managers’ Perception on Green Information Systems (IS) Adoption and Business Value: Results from a Field Survey, Information & Management, 50(7), 431-438. (ISI SSCI Impact Factor: 1.663)
  4. Ooi Ee, Hasliza halim and T. Ramayah (2013). The Effects of Partnership Quality on Business Process Outsourcing Success in Malaysia: Key Users’ Perspectives. Service Business, 7(2), 227-253 (SPRINGER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.571)
  5. T. Ramayah, Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen & Joshua Ignatius (2013). An Empirical Inquiry on Knowledge Sharing Among Academicians in Higher Learning Institutions. Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy, 51(2), 131-164. (SPRINGER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.844)
  6. Ricardo Colomo-Palacios & Pedro Soto-Acosta & T. Ramayah & Meir Russ (2013). Electronic markets and the future internet: from clouds to semantics, Electronic Markets, 23(2), 89-91. (SPRINGER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.429) (Editorial)
  7. Pedro Soto-Acosta, T. Ramayah, Simona Popa (2013). Explaining Intention to Use an Enterprise Resource Planning System: A Replication and Extension, Technical Gazette, 20(3), 397-405. (SCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.601)

 

Published in 2012

  1. Noor Hazlina Ahmad & T. Ramayah (2012). Does The Notion Of “Doing Well By Doing Good” Prevail Among Entrepreneurial Ventures In A Developing Nation? 16(4), 479-490. Journal of Business Ethics, 106: 479–490. (SPRINGER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.963)
  2. T. Ramayah, Noor Hazlina Ahmad and Tan Say Hong (2012). An Assessment of E-training Effectiveness in Multinational Companies in Malaysia. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 15(2), 125–137. (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.011)
  3. T. Ramayah, Jason Wai Chow Lee & Lim Shuwen (2012). Sustaining the environment through recycling: An empirical study. Journal of Environmental Management, 102, 141-147. (ELSEVIER) (ISI Impact Factor: 3.245)
  4. Yusliza Mohd.Yusoff  & T. Ramayah (2012). Validity and Reliability of the Human Resource Competencies Scale. World Applied Sciences Journal, 16 (1), 94-98. (SCOPUS) (ISI Indexed)
  5. T. Ramayah & Jason Lee Wai Chow (2012). System Characteristics, Satisfaction and E-learning Usage: A Structural Equation Model (SEM). Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology (TOJET), 11(2), 196-206. (SSCI Impact Factor: 0.956)
  6. Lee Heng Wei, T Ramayah and Nasriah Zakaria (2012). External Factors in Hospital Information System (HIS) adoption model: A Case on Malaysia. Journal of Medical Systems, 36(4), 2129-2140. (SPRINGER) (SCI ISI Impact Factor 1.132)
  7. Joshua Ignatius, Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen & T. Ramayah (2012). The Impact of Technological Learning on NPD Outcomes: The Moderating Effect of Project Complexity. Technovation: The International Journal of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology Management, 32(7-8), 452-463. (ELSEVIER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.287)
  8. Santhanamery, T., & Ramayah, T. (2012). Tax payers continued use of an e-filing system: A proposed model. Technics Technologies Education Management, 7(1), 249-258. (SSCI Impact Factor: 0.351)
  9. Norazah M. S., T. Ramayah, &  Kee Ker Ly (2012). Empirical Investigation On Factors Influencing The Behavioral Intention To Use Facebook. Universal Access in the Information Society Journal, 11(2), 223-231. (SPRINGER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor 0.333)

 

Published in 2011

  1. Joshua Ignatius, Adli Mustafa, Muhamad Jantan, Chee Peng Lim and T. Ramayah (2011). A Multiobjective Sensitivity Approach to Training Providers Evaluation and Quota Allocation Planning. International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making (IJITDM) 10(1), 147-174 (World Scientific), (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.139)
  2. Tariq Khidir ElTayeb, Suhaiza Hanim and T. Ramayah (2011). Green Supply Chain Initiatives among Certified Companies in Malaysia and Environmental Sustainability: Investigating the Outcomes. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 55(5), 495-506. (ELSEVIER) (ISI SCI Impact Factor 1.969)
  3. Maryam mani, Aldrin Abdullah, Rahmat Azam Mustafa & T. Ramayah (2011). Crime perception differences based on Demographic Characteristics, World Applied Sciences Journal, 13(6), 1474-1485. (ISI & SCOPUS)
  4. Lee Hoon Tye, Hasliza Abdul Halim, &  T. Ramayah (2011). An Exploratory Study on Cost of Quality Implementation in Malaysia: The Case of Penang Manufacturing Firms. Total Quality Management and Business Excellence, 22(12), 1299-1315. (TAYLOR & FRANCIS) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.387)
  5. Ramayah, T., Lee, W. C., Boey,  C. I. (2011). Network Collaboration and Performance in the Tourism Sector, Service Business, 5(4), 411-428. (SPRINGER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor 0.826)

  

Published in 2010

  1. Ramayah, T., Jason Lee Wai Chow, & Osman Mohamad (2010). Green Product Purchase Intention: Some Insights from a Developing Country. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 54(12), 1419-1427. (ELSEVIER) (ISI SCI Impact Factor 1.987)
  2. T. Ramayah and Roaimah Omar (2010). Information Exchange and Supply Chain Performance. International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making (IJITDM), 9(1), 35-52. (World Scientific), (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.312)
  3. T. Ramayah (2010). The Role of Voluntariness in Distance Education Students Usage of a Course Website. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology (TOJET), 9(3), 96-105 (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.016)
  4. T. Ramayah, Kamel Rouibah, Gopi Muniandy and Gary John Rangel (2009). A decomposed theory of reasoned action to explain Intention to use Internet Stock Trading among Malaysian Investors. Computers in Human Behavior, 25(2), 1222-1230. (ELSEVIER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.767)
  5. Ooh Kim Lean, Suhaiza Zailani, T. Ramayah and Yudi Fernando (2009). Factors influencing intention to use e-government services among citizens in Malaysia, International Journal of Information Management,  29(6), 458-475. (ELSEVIER) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.043)
  6. Noornina Dahlan, T.Ramayah and Looi Lai Mei (2002). Readiness to Adopt Data Mining Technologies: An Exploratory Study of Telecommunication Employees in Malaysia, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp 75-86 (Springer Berlin), ISSN:  0302-9743 (Print) 1611-3349 (Online) (SCI Impact Factor: 0.253)

 

Indexed and Non Indexed Journals

Forthcoming in 2017

  1. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, Theresa C. F. Ho, & T. Ramayah (2017). The Outsourcing Dilemma on Decision to Outsource Among Small and Medium Enterprises in Malaysia. Global Business Review, 18(2) 1–17. (SAGE) (SCOPUS)
  2. Ali Vafa, T. Ramayah, Wong Wai Peng & Haniruzila Hanifah (2017). Modelling Internet Security Software Usage among Undergraduate Students: A Necessity in an Increasingly Networked World. VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, (Emerald) (SCOPUS)
  3. Osama Isaac, Abdullah Zaini, T. Ramayah, & Mutahar M. Ahmed (2017). Internet usage, user satisfaction, task-technology fit, and performance impact among public sector employees in Yemen. International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, (Emerald) (SCOPUS)(ESCI)
  4. Abdul Hafaz Ngah, Yuserrie Zainuddin & T. Ramayah (2017). Applying the TOE framework in the Halal warehouse adoption study. Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research, 8(2), 161-181. (Emerald) (SCOPUS)
  5. Muhammad Shujahat, Saddam Hussain, Sammar Javed, Muhammad Imran Malik, T. Ramayah, Junaid Ali, (2017). Strategic management model with lens of knowledge management and competitive intelligence: A review approach. VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, 47(1), 55-59. (Emerald) (SCOPUS)
  6. Normalini M. K., & T. Ramayah (2017). Trust in Internet Banking in Malaysia and the Moderating Influence of Perceived Effectiveness of Biometrics Technology on Perceived Privacy and Security. Journal of Management Sciences, 4(1), 3-26. (Thomson Reuters ESCI)
  7. Seyedeh Khadijeh Taghizadeh, Syed Abidur Rahman & T. Ramayah (2017). Innovation-Driven Planned Behaviour towards Achieving the Wellbeing of the Malaysian SMEs. In Noor Hazlina Ahmad, T. Ramayah, Hasliza Abdul Halim & Syed Abidur Rahman (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Small and Medium Enterprises in Developing Countries (pp. 280-296). (ISBN 9781522521655), Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global. (IGI Global)
  8. Alireza Jalali, T. Ramayah, & Mastura Jaafar (2017). The Moderating Effect of Social Capital in Relation to Entrepreneurial Orientation and Firm Performance. In Noor Hazlina Ahmad, T. Ramayah, Hasliza Abdul Halim & Syed Abidur Rahman (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Small and Medium Enterprises in Developing Countries (pp. 82-115). (ISBN 9781522521655), Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global. (IGI Global)
  9. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, Haniruzila Hanifah, & T. Ramayah (2017). The Impediments to Entrepreneurial Ventures among the Bottom of Pyramid Community in Northern Malaysia. . In Noor Hazlina Ahmad, T. Ramayah, Hasliza Abdul Halim & Syed Abidur Rahman (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Small and Medium Enterprises in Developing Countries (pp. 67-81). (ISBN 9781522521655), Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global. (IGI Global)
  10. Gan, P. L., Imran Mahmud, T. Ramayah, & Fatema Tuz Zuhora (2017). Understanding Attitude towards Green IT among Professionals in IT Service SMEs in Bangladesh. In Noor Hazlina Ahmad, T. Ramayah, Hasliza Abdul Halim & Syed Abidur Rahman (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Small and Medium Enterprises in Developing Countries (pp. 48-66). (ISBN 9781522521655), Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global. (IGI Global)
  11. Imran Mahmud, T. Ramayah, Md. Mahedi Hasan Nayeem, S. M. Muzahidul Islam, & Pei Leng Gan (2017). Modelling Cyber-Crime Protection Behaviour among Computer Users in the Context of Bangladesh. In Saqib Saeed, Yasser A. Bamarouf, T. Ramayah, & Sardar Zafar Iqbal (Eds.) Design Solutions for User-Centric Information Systems (pp. 253-273). (ISBN 9781522519447), Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global. (IGI Global)
  12. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, & T. Ramayah (2017). The Impact of Outsourcing on Performance and Competitive Priorities among Malaysian SMEs. In Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos (Ed.) Managerial Strategies and Solutions for Business Success in Asia (pp. 157-175). (ISBN 9781522518860), Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global. (IGI Global)
  13. Siti Hasnah Hassan, T. Ramayah, & Wai Yee Loi (2017). E-lifestyle, Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty among Mobile Subscribers in Thailand. International Review of Management and Marketing, 7(1), 354-362.
  14. Shehnaz Tehseen, T. Ramayah, & Sulaiman Sajilan (2017). Testing and controlling for common method variance: A review of available methods. Journal of Management Sciences, (Thomson Reuters ESCI)
  15. Abang Azlan Mohamad, T. Ramayah & May Chiun Lo (2017). The novel concepts and practices of firm innovativeness: the mediating and moderating impacts. Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 10(1), 71-84. (INDERSCIENCE)(ERA)
  16. Shehnaz Tehseen, Sulaiman Sajilan, Kamisan Gadar & T. Ramayah (2017). Universiti Teknologi Malaysia,Assessing Cultural Orientation as a Reflective-Formative Second Order Construct – A Recent PLS-SEM Approach. Review of Integrative Business and Economics Research, 6(2), 38-63.
  17. Ramayah, Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen, Noor Hazlina Ahmad & Hasliza Abdul Halim (2017). The Role of Narcissism Facets as Predictors of Facebook Addiction among Millennials. Indian Journal of Commerce & Management Studies, (EBSCO)
  18. Ramayah, Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen, Noor Hazlina Ahmad & Hasliza Abdul Halim (2017). Antecedents and Consequences of Facebook Addiction among Undergraduate Students: Preliminary Results from an Interview Study. International Academic Journal of Business Management, 4(1), 102-110.

 

Published in 2016

  1. Rachel Samuel & T. Ramayah (2016).  Employability, Mobility and Work-Life Balance: How do they relate for MBA graduates in Malaysia? Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (JSSH), Vol. 24 (1) Mar. 2016 (SCOPUS)
  2. Seyedeh Khadijeh Taghizadeh, Syed Abidur Rahman, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, & T. Ramayah (2015). Psychological factors of innovativeness among nomadic micro-entrepreneurs for achieving business growth. Business: Theory and Practice (SCOPUS).
  3. Theresa C.F. Ho, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, & T. Ramayah (2016). Competitive Capabilities and Business Performance among Manufacturing SMEs: Evidence from an Emerging Economy, Malaysia, Journal of Asia-Pacific Business, 17(1), 37-58. (Routledge) (SCOPUS)
  4. Savita K. Sugathan, Dominic P.D. Dhanapal, & T. Ramayah (2016). The Drivers, Practices and Outcomes of Green Supply Chain Management: Insights from ISO14001 Manufacturing Firms in Malaysia. International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, 9(2), (IGI Global) ) (SCOPUS)
  5. Jasmine A.L. Yeap, T. Ramayah, & Azizah Omar (2016). Modelling Website Stickiness at Initial Encounters. In In Lee (Ed.) Encyclopedia of E-Commerce Development, Implementation, and Management. USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  6. Santhanamery Thominathan & T. Ramayah (2016). The Effect of Trust in the System and Perceived Risk in Influencing the Continuance Usage Intention of an E-Government System. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research,
  7. Muslim Amin, T. Ramayah, Abdullah M. Aldakhil, & Aznur Hafeez Kaswuri (2016). The effect of market orientation as a mediating variable in the relationship between entrepreneurial orientation and SMEs performance. Nankai Business Review International, (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  8. Abang Azlan Mohamad, T Ramayah, & Lo May Chiun (2016). Organisational resilience: building business value in a changing world. for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development (JIBED), (Inderscience)(ERA)
  9. Noor Hazlina Ahmad, Hasliza Abdul Halim, Syed Abidur Rahman, & T. Ramayah (2016). Green Entrepreneurship proclivity among Generation Y nascent entrepreneurs of Malaysia. In Ford Lumban Gaol & Fonny Hutagulung (Eds.) Economics, Social Sciences and Information Management. USA: CRC Press. (Taylor & Francis)
  10. Mageswari Kunasegaran, Maimunah Ismail, Roziah Mohd Rasdi, Ismi Ismail & T. Ramayah (2016). Talent Development Environment and Workplace Adaptation: The Mediating Effects of Organisational Support. European Journal of Training and Development (Emerald) (SCOPUS)
  11. Saravanan Lurudusamy & T. Ramayah (2016). The Antecedents of Broadband Internet Adoption and Continuance Usage in Malaysian Household Context. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology, 88(3), 476-486. (SCOPUS)
  12. Low Mei Peng & T. Ramayah (2016). Entrepreneurial Orientation and Social Responsibility of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Located in Selangor. Journal of Global Business and Social Entrepreneurship

 

Published in 2015

  1. Santhanamery Thominathan & T. Ramayah (2015). Understanding The Effect Of Demographic And Personality Traits On The E-Filing Continuance Usage Intention In Malaysia. Global Business Review. 16(1), 1-20. (SAGE)(SCOPUS)
  2. T. Ramayah, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, Hasliza Abdul Halim, Lo May-Chiun & Khor Kuan Siew (2015). Bridging the Gap Of Green IT And Sustainable Consumption. Global Business Review. 16(4) (July-August 2015) (SAGE)(SCOPUS)
  3. Yusliza M. Yusoff, T. Ramayah & Nur-Zahiyah Othman (2015). Why Examining Adoption Factors, HR Role and Attitude towards Using E-HRM is the Start-Off in Determining the Successfulness of Green HRM? Journal of Advanced Management Science, 3(4), 337-343. (EBSCO)
  4. Siti Hasnah Hassan, T. Ramayah, Osman Mohamed & Amin Maghsoudi (2015). E-lifestyle conceptualization: Measurement model validation using Variance Based Structural Equation Modeling (SEM-PLS). Modern Applied Science, 9(2), 319-332. (SCOPUS)
  5. Abdul Hafaz Ngah, Yuserrie Zainuddin, & T. Ramayah (205). Barriers and enablers in adopting of Halal warehousing. Journal of Islamic Marketing, (Emerald) (SCOPUS)
  6. Siti Hasnah Hassan, T. Ramayah, Osman Mohamed & Amin Maghsoudi (2015). E-Lifestyle, Customer Satisfaction, and Loyalty among the Generation Y Mobile Users. Asian Social Science, 11(4), 157-168. (SCOPUS)
  7. Magdalene Ang, T. Ramayah & Hanudin Amin (2015). A Theory of Planned Behavior Perspective on Hiring Malaysians with Disabilities. Equality Diversity and Inclusion, 34(3), 186-200. (Emerald)(SCOPUS)
  8. Pooja Malhotra, Normalini Kassim & T. Ramayah (2015). Factors affecting adoption of Internet Banking: A case study from India. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business, 5(2), 13-24.
  9. Hossein Ahmadi, Mehrbakhsh Nilashi, Othman Ibrahim, T. Ramayah, Mun Wai Wong, Mojtaba Alizadeh, Hossein Jafarkarimi, & Alireza Almaee (2015). Exploring Potential Factors in Total Hospital Information System Adoption. Journal of Soft Computing and Decision Support Systems, 2(1), 52-59.
  10. Santhanamery Thominathan & Ramayah, T. (2015). Ensuring continued usage of an e-government service in malaysia: the role of perceived usefulness and user satisfaction. In Ćemal Dolićanin, Ejub Kajan, Dragan Randjelović and Boban Stojanović (Eds.) Democratic Strategies and Citizen-Centered E-Government Services (pp. 73-90). USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  11. Bryan Soh Yuen Liew, Ramayah, T., & Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen (2015). Market Orientation, CRM Implementation Intensity and CRM Performance: A Structural Model. In Hans-Ruediger Kauffman (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Managing and Influencing Consumer Behavior (pp. 149-172). USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  12. Normalini Md Kassim, & T. Ramayah (2015). Perceived Risk Factors Influence on Intention to continue using Internet banking among Malaysians. Global Business Review, 16(3) (May-June 2015) (SAGE)(SCOPUS)
  13. Shehnaz Tehseen & T. Ramayah (2015). Entrepreneurial Competencies and SMEs Business Success: The Contingent Role of External Integration. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(1), 50-61. (SCOPUS)
  14. Savita K. Sugathan, Dhanapal Durai Dominic, T. Ramayah & Kalai Anand Ratnam (2015). The Associating Factors and Outcomes of Green Supply Chain Management Implementation – From the Technological and Non-technological Perspectives. In A. Rocha et al. (eds.), New Contributions in Information Systems and Technologies, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Volume 353, pp 491-501. (Springer)
  15. Lo, M. C., T. Ramayah, & Wang, Y. C. (2015). Organizational commitment to change through leadership styles. European Business Review: Strategic Leadership across Multicultural Contexts, (in press) (SCOPUS)
  16. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, T. Ramayah, Haniruzila Hanifah, Seyedeh Khadijeh Taghizadeh & Marini Nurbanum Mohamad (2015). Towards an Innovation Culture: Enhancing Innovative Performance of Malaysian SMEs, Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 4(2), 85-94.
  17. Savita K. Sugathan, Dhanapal Durai Dominic, T. Ramayah, & Kalai Anand Ratnam (2015). The Associating Factors and Outcomes of Green Supply Chain Management Implementation – From the Technological and Non-technological Perspectives. In A. Rocha, Correia, A. M., Constanzo, S., & Reis, L. P. (Eds.) New Contributions in Information Systems and Technologies, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Springer: Switzerland, Volume 353, 2015, pp. 491-501. (SPRINGER)
  18. Normalini, M. K., & T. Ramayah (2015). A Proposed Biometrics Technologies Implementation in Malaysia Internet Banking Services. In Bilgin, M. H., Danis, H., Demir, E., & Lau, C. K. M. (Eds.) Innovation, Finance, and the Economy, Eurasian Studies in Business and Economics, Springer: Switzerland, Volume 1, 2015, pp. 79-87. (SPRINGER) (ISI)
  19. Noor Hazlina Ahmad, Hasliza Abdul Halim, T. Ramayah, & Syed Abidur Rahman (2015). Green Entrepreneurship Inclination among Gen Y: The Road towards a Green Economy. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 13(2), 211-218. (SCOPUS)
  20. Noor Hazlina Ahmad, Hasliza Abdul Halim, Syed Abidur Rahman, T. Ramayah (2015). Determinants of Green Entrepreneurship Proclivity among Generation Y Nascent Entrepreneurs: A Preliminary Study. In The Impact of the Technology in Social & Behavior Sciences. United Kingdom. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  21. Nurul Ain Hidayah Abas, Kathleen Otto, & Ramayah Thurasamy (2015). The Relationship between Depressive Symptoms and Job Satisfaction in A Collectivistic Culture: The Moderating Role of Cultural Embededdnesss. Jurnal Psikologi Malaysia, 29(1), 1-20.
  22. Fadhilah Mat Yamin, T. Ramayah, Wan Hussain Wan Ishak (2015). Does User Search Behaviour Mediate User Knowledge and Search Satisfaction? International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 5(Special Issue) 34-39. (SCOPUS)
  23. Shehnaz Tehseen, Sulaiman Sajilan, T. Ramayah & Kamisan Gadar (2015). An Intra-Cultural Study of Entrepreneurial Competencies and SMEs Business Success in Whole Sale and Retail Industries of Malaysia: -A Conceptual Model. Rev. Integr. Bus. Econ. Res., 4(3), 33-48.
  24. Lim Ying San, Azizah Omar & T. Ramayah (2015). A Conceptual study of the formation of online brand equity: The role of online brand trust. Global Journal of Business and Social Science Review, 2(1), 54-62.
  25. Lim Ying San, Azizah Omar & T. Ramayah (2015).Online Purchase: A Study of Generation Y in Malaysia. International Journal of Business Management, 10(6), 1-7. (ERA)
  26. Normalini Md Kassim, & T. Ramayah (2015). A Measurement Model of Risk Perception in Internet Banking based on Malaysian Context. ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 10 (23), 17632-17639. (SCOPUS)

 

Published in 2014

  1. Shafinar Ismail, Farah Azmi, & Ramayah Thurasamy (2014). Selection Criteria For Islamic Home Financing In Malaysia. International Journal of Business and Society, (SCOPUS)
  2. Santhanamery Thominathan, & T. Ramayah (2014). Explaining the e-Government Usage Using Expectation Confirmation Model: The Case of Electronic Tax Filing in Malaysia. In L. G. Anthopoulous, & C. G. Reddick (Eds.), Government e-Strategic Planning and Management Public Administration and Information Technology (Volume 3, pp. 287-304). New York: Springer. (SPRINGER)
  3. T. Ramayah, Joshua Ignatius, Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen & Lo May Chiun (2014). Chapter 9 Discriminant Analysis: A Practical Guide for Researchers. In J. I. Barragués, A. Morais, & J. Guisasola (Eds.) Probability and Statistics: Didactic Introduction, Science Publishers books, distributed by CRC Press, a Taylor & Francis Group
  4. Hanudin Amin, Abdul-Rahim Abdul-Rahman, T. Ramayah, Rostinah Supinah, & Masmurniwati Mohd-Aris (2014). Determinants of Online Waqf Acceptance: An Empirical Investigation. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC), 60(8), 1-18. (SCOPUS)
  5. Theresa Ho Char Fei, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, & T. Ramayah (2014). Learn and thou shall thrive: Advancing a model of workplace familism and organizational learning capability in small and medium enterprise (SMEs) manufacturers in Malaysia. Business Strategy Series, (Emerald) (SCOPUS)
  6. Thien Lei Mee, T. Ramayah & Nordin Abd. Razak (2014). Validating Teacher Commitment Scale Using a Malaysian Sample. SAGE Open (SAGE) (SCOPUS)
  7. Ngah, A. H., Zainuddin, Y., & Ramayah, T. (2014). Contributing factors of Halal warehouse adoption. In F. L. Gaol & H. Saragih (eds.) Management and Technology in Knowledge, Service, Tourism & Hospitality (pg. 89-94), CRC Press: London.
  8. Ngah, A. H., Zainuddin, Y., & Ramayah, T. (2014). Barriers and enablers in adopting Halal Transportation services: A Study of Malaysian Halal Manufacturers. International Journal of Business and Management, II(2), 49-70.
  9. Khoo Kah Kheng, Ramayah, T., & Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen (2014). Knowwledge Absorptive Capacity and Process Innovation: The Moderating Effect of Environmental Dynamism. Journal of Technology Management and Business,
  10. Bryan Soh Yuen Liew, Ramayah, T., & Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen (2014). Market Orientation, CRM Implementation Intensity and CRM Performance: A Structural Model. In Hans-Ruediger Kauffman (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Managing and Influencing Consumer Behavior (pp. xxx-xxx). USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  11. T. Ramayah, May-Chiun Lo, Kamel Rouibah, and Oh-Sook May (2014). Identifying Priority using an Importance-Performance Matrix Analysis (IPMA): The case of Internet Banking in Malaysia. International Journal of E-Adoption (IJEA), 6(1), (IGI GLOBAL)
  12. Santhanamery Thominathan & Ramayah, T. (2014). Ensuring continued usage of an e-government service in malaysia: the role of perceived usefulness and user satisfaction. In Ćemal Dolićanin, Ejub Kajan, Dragan Randjelović and Boban Stojanović (Eds.) Democratic Strategies and Citizen-Centered E-Government Services (pp. xxx-xxx). USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  13. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, Haniruzila Hanifah & T. Ramayah (2014). The Upsurge of Outsourcing among SMEs: The Perspective from an Emerging Coutry. International Journal of Business and Management Studies, 3(1), 117-128.
  14. Ooi Ee, Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad & T. Ramayah (2014). Human Resource Outsourcing Success: Leveraging on Partnership and Service Quality. SAGE OPEN, (SAGE) (SCOPUS)
  15. Kathiravelu, S. R., Abu Mansor, N. N, Ramayah, T., & Idris, N. (2014). Why Organisational Culture Drives Knowledge Sharing? Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 129, 119-126. (Elsevier)
  16. Ngah, A. H., Zainuddin, Y., & Ramayah, T. (2014). Adoption of Halal Supply Chain among Malaysian Halal Manufacturers: An Exploratory Study. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 129, 388-395. (Elsevier) 
  17. Hui Wen Chuah, Malliga Marimuthu, T. Ramayah (2014). The Effect of Perceived Value on the Loyalty of Generation Y Mobile Internet Subscribers: A Proposed Conceptual Framework. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 130, 532–541. (Elsevier)
  18. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, T Ramayah, & Haniruzila Hanifah (2014).The Growth of Innovative Performance among SMEs: Leveraging on Organisational Culture and Innovative Human Capital. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 2(1), 107-125. (ProQuest)
  19. May-Chiun Lo, T. Ramayah, & Helen Lee Hui Hui (2014). Rural Communities Perceptions and Attitudes towards Environment Tourism Development. Journal of Sustainable Development, 7(4), (SCOPUS) (ERA Ranked)
  20. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad & T. Ramayah (2014). Manoeuvring the Rough Commercial Landscape through Outsourcing: Repositioning Malaysian SMEs. In Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos (Ed.) International Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship: An Information Technology Perspective (pp. 41-51). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-4753-4), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  21. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad & T. Ramayah (2014). Unlocking the “Base-of Pyramid” Readiness: Towards an Inclusive Entrepreneurship Framework for “Malaysian Rural Transformation Agenda”. In Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos (Ed.) International Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship: An Information Technology Perspective (pp. 240-248). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-4753-4), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  22. Jasmine A. L. Yeap, T. Ramayah, Osman Mohamad & Malliga Marimuthu (2014). Exporting vs. Domestic SMEs in Malaysia: Do Differences in Technology Adoption and Perceptions Exist? In Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos (Ed.) International Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship: An Information Technology Perspective (pp. 276-293). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-4753-4), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  23. May Chiun Lo, Thurasamy Ramayah, Wei Tak Liew (2014). Relationship between Bases of Power and Job Stresses: Role of Mentoring. SpringerPlus (SCOPUS)
  24. Tariq Tawfeeq Yousif Alabdullah, Sofri Yahya, & T. Ramayah Thurasamy (2014). Corporate Governance Development: New or Old Concept? European Journal of Business and Management, 6(7), 312-315. (EBSCO)
  25. Tariq Tawfeeq Yousif Alabdullah, Sofri Yahya & T. Ramayah (2014). Corporate Governance Mechanisms and Jordanian Companies’ Financial Performance. Asian Social Science, 10(22) (SCOPUS)
  26. Norzieiriani Ahmad & Azizah Omar and T. RamayahA Lifestyles Study On Purchasing Behavior Of Malaysian Online Consumers. Journal Of Global Management, 8(1), 1-22. (EBSCO)

 

Published in 2013

  1. Annamalai, C., & Ramayah, T. (2013). Does the organizational culture act as a moderator in Indianenterprising resource planning (ERP) projects? An empirical study.Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, 24(4), 555-587. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  2. Viveka Ramoo, T. Ramayah and May-Chiun Lo (2013). Electronic Tax Filing: Preliminary Evidence from a Developing Country. In Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos, Juan Manuel Cueva Lovelle, José Emilio Labra Gayo and  Robert Tennyson (Eds.) E-Procurement Management for Successful Electronic Government Systems (pp. 147-156). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-2119-0), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  3. Ng Yee Boon, T. Ramayah, Teoh Ai Ping and May-Chiun Lo (2013). Intention to Use e-Government Websites among Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) Students. In Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos, Juan Manuel Cueva Lovelle, José Emilio Labra Gayo and  Robert Tennyson (Eds.) E-Procurement Management for Successful Electronic Government Systems (pp. 169-180). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-2119-0), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  4. T. Ramayah, Osman Mohamad, Azizah Omar, Malliga Marimuthu, and Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen (2013). Green Manufacturing Practices and Performance among SMEs: Evidence from a Developing Nation. In P. O. de Pablos (Ed.), Green Technologies and Business Practices: An IT Approach (pp. 208-225). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-1972-2), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  5. Md Kassim, N., & Ramayah, T. (2013). Understanding Security in Consumer Adoption of Internet Banking: Biometrics Technology Implementation in the Malaysian Banking Context. In Katalin Tarnay, Lai Xu & Sandor Imre (Eds.) Research and Development in E-Business through Service-Oriented Solutions (pp. 293-306). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-4181-5), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  6. Thominathan, S., & Ramayah, T. (2013). Towards Understanding the Intention to Use and Continuance Usage Intention of e-Filing System in Malaysia: The Moderating Role of Perceived Risk. In Katalin Tarnay, Lai Xu & Sandor Imre (Eds.) Research and Development in E-Business through Service-Oriented Solutions (pp. 307-324). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-4181-5), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  7. Alnajjar, G., Mahmuddin, M., & Ramayah, T. (2013). Adoption Factors of m-Commerce in Jordan: From Personal and Societal Norms Perspectives. International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering, 5(1), 155-157. (EBSCO)
  8. Abdul-Aziz, A.-R., Ramayah, T., Pengiran, D. N., Law, Y. H. And Nor Azmi, A. C. M. (2013) Export of Malaysia’s construction professional services. Malaysian Construction Research Journal (SCOPUS)
  9. Santhanamery, T., & Ramayah, T. (2013). The Effect of Trust on the Continuance Intention of E-Filing Usage: A Review of Literatures. In Saqib Saeed & Christopher G. Reddick (Eds.) Human-Centered System Design for Electronic Governance (pp. 290-310). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-3640-8), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  10. May-Chiun Lo, T. Ramayah, Abu Hassan Md Isa & Mohammad Jais (2013).  Leadership Styles and Financial Services Performance. International Journal of Management Practice, 6(4), 299-319. (INDERSCIENCE) (SCOPUS)
  11. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad & T. Ramayah (2013). Innovative Human Capital as a Core Strategy towards an Innovation-Led Economy: Malaysian Perspective. In P. O. de Pablos, R. Tennyson, & J. Zhao (Ed.s), Intellectual Capital Strategy Management for Knowledge-Based Organizations (pp. 239-246). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-3655-2), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  12. Noor Hazlina Ahmad, T. Ramayah & Sharifah Annis Diana Tuan Muda (2013). Unlocking the Entrepreneurial Propensity Among Prime-Age Malaysians: A Multi-Ethnic Analysis.Researchers World – Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce, 4(1-1), 1-6. (EBSCO)
  13. Abang Azlan Mohamad, May-Chiun Lo, Wong Wai Mun & T. Ramayah (2013). Product Purchase Motivation and Non-Use Consumption in Malaysia. Indian Journal Of Management Science, III(1), 1-8. (Index Copernicus)
  14. T. Ramayah, Osman Mohamad, Azizah Omar, Malliga Marimuthu, Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen (2013). Determinants of Technology Adoption among Malaysian SMEs: An IDT Perspective. Journal of Information and Communication Technology (JICT), Volume 12 (SCOPUS)
  15. T. Ramayah, Simona Popa & Norazah M. Suki (2013). Key Dimensions On B2C E-Business: An Empirical Study In Malaysia. International Journal of Human Capital and Information Technology Professionals (IJHCITP), 4(2), 43-55. (IGI Global) (SCOPUS)
  16. T. Ramayah & Elham Rahbar (2013). Greening the Environment through Recycling: An Empirical Study. Management of Environmental Quality, 24(6, 782-801. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  17. T. Santhanamery and T. Ramayah (2013). The Effect of Personality Traits on User Continuance Usage Intention of e-Filing System. Journal of Economics, Business and Management, 1(1), 25-29 (PROQUEST)
  18. Fadhilah Mat Yamin, T. Ramayah & Wan Hussain Wan Ishak (2013). Search Interface to Capture Searchers Behaviour, International Journal of Computing Academic Research (IJCAR), 2(2), 67-74.
  19. Shiva Jahani, Azura Abdullah Effendi, Ramayah, T. (2013).  Reward System and Knowledge Sharing Behavior among Iranian Academics: Preliminary Survey Findings. International Journal of Business and Innovation, 1(1), 37-51.
  20. Fadhilah Mat Yamin & Ramayah, T. (2013). Interfacing Google Search Engine to Capture User Web Search Behavior.  International Journal of Electronic Commerce Studies, 4(1), 47-62. (EBSCO)
  21. Mohd-Yusoff Yusliza, T. Ramayah, & Zakaria Siti-Fatimah (2013). The Effect of Human Resource Competencies on Human Resource Management Effectiveness: An Empirical Analysis among HR Professionals in Malaysia. In P. O. de Pablos & R. Tennyson, (Ed.s), Strategic Approaches for Human Capital Management and Development in a Turbulent Economy (pp. 194-204). (ISBN: 978-1-4666-4530-1), USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  22. Chee-Hua Chin, May-Chiun Lo, & T. Ramayah (2013). Market Orientation and Organizational Performance: The Moderating Role of Service Quality. SAGE Open, 3(4), 1-14. (SAGE) (SCOPUS)
  23. Masoumeh Mohtaramzadeh, T. Ramayah & Wong Wai Peng (2013). Factors Affecting Business-to-Business E – Commerce Adoption among Iranian SMES. Indian Journal of Management Science, III(4), 1-7. (Index Copernicus)
  24. May-Chiun Lo, Peter Songan, T. Ramayah, Alvin W. Yeo & Vikneswaran Nair. (2013). Rural Tourism Development. Industry’s Perspectives on Sustainable Tourism. IPEDR, 65(3), 14-18. (EBSCO)
  25. Revealing an open secret: Internal challenges in creating an entrepreneurial university from the lens of the academics. International Journal of Conceptions on Management and Social Sciences, 1(1), 30-33.
  26. Fadhilah Mat Yamin, T. Ramayah & Wan Hussain Wan Ishak (2013). Information Searching: The Impact of User Knowledge on User Search Behavior. Journal of Information & Knowledge Management, 12(3), 1-10. (World Scientific) (SCOPUS)

 

 Published in 2012

  1. Jason Wai Chow Lee, Osman Mohamad, T. Ramayah and Ong Sheau Ching (2012). Sales Force Automation usage and performance. In  Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, João Varajão & Pedro Soto-Acosta (Eds.), Customer Relationship Management and the Social and Semantic Web: Enabling Clients Conexus (pp. 171-188). USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  2. Bryan Soh Yuen Liew, T. Ramayah & Jasmine yeap Ai Leen (2012). Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Implementation Intensity and Performance: A Study of Web Hosting Companies. Customer Relationship Management and the Social and Semantic Web: Enabling Clients Conexus (pp. 129-140). USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  3. Fadhilah Mat Yamin & T. Ramayah (2012). Searching for Information on the Web: A Guideline for Effective Searching. In Nor Aziah Alias & Sulaiman Hashim (Eds.)Instructional Technology Research, Design and Development: Lessons from the Field (pp. 184-201). USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  4. Maryam Mani, Seyed Mehdi Hosseini and T. Ramayah (2012).  Parks as Business Opportunities and Development Strategies. Business Strategy Series, 13(2), 96-101. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  5. Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen, T. Ramayah and Azizah Omar (2012). Engaging Millennials in an Evolving Web Environment: Some Key Points for E-Retailers. Business Strategy Series, 13(3), 111-117.  (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  6. Keong Mei Ling, T. Ramayah, Sherah Kurnia and May-Chiun, Lo (2012). Explaining intention to Use an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System: An Extension of the UTAUT model. Business Strategy Series, 13(4), 173-180. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  7. Yap Bee Wah, T. Ramayah & Wan Nushazelin Wan Shaadan (2012). Satisfaction, Trust and Customer Loyalty:  A PLS Approach. Business Strategy Series, 13(4), 154-167. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  8. Annamalai, C. & Ramayah, T. (2012). Reengineering for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems implementation: An Empirical Analysis of Assessing Critical Success Factors (CSFs) of Manufacturing Organizations. In  R. Valverde & M. Talla (Eds.),Information Systems Reengineering for Modern Business Systems: ERP, Supply Chain and E-Commerce Management Solutions (pp. 185-200). USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  9. Yusliza Mohd.Yusoff  & T. Ramayah (2012). Electronic human resource management (e-HRM) and human resource (HR) competencies: some evidence from an emerging market.International Journal of Information and Communication Technology (IJICT), 4(1), 27-39. (INDERSCIENCE) (SCOPUS)
  10. Normalini Md. Kassim, T. Ramayah and Sherah Kurnia (2012). Antecedents and Outcomes of Human Resource Information System (HRIS) Use. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 61(6), 603-623. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  11. T. Ramayah, Noor Hazlina Ahmad and Theresa Ho Char Fei (2012). Entrepreneur Education: Does Prior Experience Matter. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 15, 65-82. (SCOPUS)
  12. Malliga, M., Azizah Omar, Osman Mohamad & T. Ramayah (2012). SMEs Performance: Leveraging Marketing Process Through E-business. International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR)(IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  13. Fatemeh Khozaei, T Ramayah, Ahmad Sanusi Hassan and Lilis Issurienty (2012). Sense of Attachment to Place and Fulfilled Preferences, the Mediating Role of Housing Satisfaction, Property Management, 30(3), 292-310. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  14. Annamalai, C., & Ramayah, T. (2012). Does An Implementation Stage Act As A Moderator In Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Projects In India? An Empirical Study.Asian Journal of research in Banking and Finance, 2(2), 200-229.
  15. Hasliza Abdul Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad and T Ramayah (2012). Investigating the antecedents of HR outsourcing. Elixir, 45(4), 7871-7875.
  16. Fatemeh Khozaeia, T. Ramayah, Ahmad Sanusi Hassan (2012). The shorter version of student accommodation preferences index (SAPI). International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies, 1(3), 195-211. (Copernicus)
  17. T. Ramayah, Osman Mohamad, Azizah Omar, Malliga Marimuthu and Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen(2012). The Influence of SME Owners’ Characteristics on Technology Adoption.Indian Journal of Commerce & Management Studies, III(3), 10-16.  (EBSCO)
  18. Yusliza, M. Y., & Ramayah, T. (2012). Determinants of attitude towards E-HRM: an empirical study among HR professionals. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 57(9), 312 – 319. (Elsevier)(SCOPUS)
  19. Malliga, M., Azizah Omar, Osman Mohamad & T. Ramayah (2012). SMEs Performance: Leveraging Marketing Process Through E-business. International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR),  8(2), 49-66 (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  20. Hasliza Abdul-Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, T. Ramayah(2012). Unveiling the motivation to outsource amongSMEs, Business Strategy Series, 13(4), 181-186. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  21. Fadhilah, Z., & T. Ramayah (2012). Behind the green doors: What management practices lead to sustainable innovation? Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 65, 247–252. (Elsevier)(SCOPUS)
  22. Fardzah Sulaiman, Suhaiza Zailani, T. Ramayah (2012). Intranet Portal Utilization: Monitoring Tool for Productivity – Quality and Acceptance Point of View. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 65, 381–386. (Elsevier)(SCOPUS)
  23. Normalini, M. K., & T. Ramayah (2012). Biometrics Technologies Implementation in Internet Banking Reduce Security Issues? Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 65, 364-369. (Elsevier)(SCOPUS)
  24. Sabai Khin, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, & T. Ramayah(2012). The Integrated Effect of Strategic Orientations on Product Innovativeness: Moderating Role of Strategic Flexibility. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 65, 743-748. (Elsevier)(SCOPUS)
  25. Santhanamery, T., & T. Ramayah (2012). Continued Usage Intention of E-Filing System in Malaysia: The Role of Optimism Bias. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 65, 397-403. (Elsevier)(SCOPUS)

 

Published in 2011

  1. Osman Mohamad, T. Ramayah, Ong Peng Woon (2011). Exploring Relevance of Services of National Trade Development Agencies in International Economy. Singapore Management Review, 2011 (SCOPUS)
  2. Annamalai, C. and T. Ramayah (2011). A Review of ERP implementation in India.International Journal of Business and Systems Research (IJBSR), 5(4), 406-421.(INDERSCIENCE)
  3. Michelle Kow Pei Ming, T. Ramayah and Norazah Suki (2011). Factors Enhancing Employed Job Seekers Intentions to Use Social Networking Sites as a Job Search Tool.International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 7(2), 38-54. (IGI Global) (SCOPUS)
  4. Annamalai, C. and T. Ramayah (2011). Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Benefits Survey Of Indian Manufacturing Firms: An Empirical Analysis Of SAP Versus ORACLE Package. Business Process Management Journal, 17(3), 495-509. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  5. Azizah Omar, Osman Mohamad, Malliga Marimuthu and T. Ramayah (2011). Determining Factors for the Usage of Web Based Marketing Applications among Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia, Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness, 5(2), 70-86. (EBSCO/ABI INFORM)
  6. Norazah Mohd Suki and T Ramayah (2011). Modelling Customer’s Attitude towards EGovernment Services. International Journal of Human and Social Sciences, 6(1), 17-23 (EBSCO)
  7. T. Ramayah, Nusrah Samat and Lo May Chiun (2011). Market Orientation, Service Quality and Organizational Performance in Service Organizations in Malaysia. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration (APJBA), 3(1), 143-157. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  8. Ramayah, T., Lo May Chiun, Adida Yang Amri and Noor Hayati (2011). An Analysis of Career Advancement  among Engineers in Manufacturing Organizations. International Journal of Commerce and Management (IJCM), 21(2), 143-157. (EMERALD)
  9. Shiva Jahani, T. Ramayah, Azura Abdullah Effendi (2011). Is Reward System And Leadership Important In Knowledge Sharing Among Academics?. American Journal of Economics and Business  Administration (AJEBA), 3(1)87-94. (PROQUEST)
  10. May-Chiun Lo & T. Ramayah (2011). Mentoring and Job Satisfaction in Malaysian SMEs.Journal of Management Development, 30(4), 427-440. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  11. Fadhilah Mat Yamin & T. Ramayah (2011). The Impact of User Knowledge on Web Search Satisfaction. American Journal of Economics and Business Administration (AJEBA), 3(1), 139-145. (EBSCO)
  12. May-Chiun Lo T. Ramayah (2011). The Multi-Dimensional Nature of Power Bases in a Non-Western Context: The Case of Malaysia. Journal of Management Research, 11(2), 99-111. (PROQUEST)
  13. Yusliza Mohd.Yusoff., Ramayah, T. and Haslindar Ibrahim (2011). HR Roles and E-HRM: Some initial evidence from Malaysia, International Journal of Current Research, 33(2), 131-138.
  14. T. Ramayah, Norazah Suki and Norbayah Suki (2011). Understanding Consumer Intention with Respect to Purchase and Use of Pirated Software. Information Management and Computer Security, 19(3), 195-210. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  15. May-Chiun, Lo, T. Ramayah and Tai Ching Hong (2011). Modeling User Satisfaction in E-Learning: A Supplementary Tool to Enhance Learning. Review of Business Research, 1(2), 128-133. (EBSCO)
  16. Md. Aminul Islam, Mohammad Aktaruzzaman Khan, T. Ramayah and Muhammad Muazzem Hossain (2011). The Adoption of Mobile Commerce Service among Employed Mobile Phone Users in Bangladesh: Self-efficacy as A Moderator. International Business Research, 4(2), 80-89. (PROQUEST)
  17. Osman Mohamad, T. Ramayah, Herianto Puspowarsito, Diah Natalisa and David P.E. Saerang (2011). Corporate Entrepreneurship And Firm Performance: The Role Of Business Environment As Moderator.The IUP Journal of Management Research,10(3), 7-27. (PROQUEST)
  18. Mohd Faiz Hilmi, T. Ramayah and Yanti Mustapha (2011). Innovativeness And Performance Of Small And Medium Enterprises. The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 10(12), 105-114. (SCOPUS)
  19. Norazah Mohd Suki, T. Ramayah, Michelle K. P. M. and Norbayah M.S. (2011). Job Searches Via Social Networking Sites: Employed Job Seekers Intentions. Jurnal Pengurusan, 33(December), 77-86. (SCOPUS)
  20. Norazah Mohd Suki, T. Ramayah, Loh Mun Yi and Hanudin Amin (2011). An Empirical Investigation of Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Services Usage Determinants.International Journal of e-Business Management, 5(1), 2-15. (EBSCO)
  21. Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen and T. Ramayah (2011). Validation of the RSQS in Apparel Specialty Stores. Measuring Business Excellence, 15(3), 16-33. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  22. Rouibah, K., Ranayah, T. & May, O. S. (2011). Modeling User Acceptance of Internet Banking in Malaysia: A Partial Least Square (PLS) Approach. In S. Sharma (Ed.), E-Adoption and Socio-Economic Impacts: Emerging Infrastructural Effects (pp. 1-23). USA: Information Science Reference. (IGI Global)
  23. Mohamad, O., Puspowarsito, H. & Ramayah, T. (2011). Incidence of Marketing Activities in Medium-Sized Manufacturing Firms In Indonesia: Comparing Export Intenders and Non Intenders.  International Journal of Business and Society, 12(1), 89-102. (SCOPUS)
  24. Yusoff, Y. M., Ramayah, T., Nadarajah, S. & Mutia, I. D. (2011). Computer mediated communication, social support, cultural distance, and socio-cultural adjustment in international undergraduate students. Elixir Management, 36, 3214-3221.
  25. Maryam Mani, Aldrin Abdullah, T. Ramayah (2011). Playground-Related Injury and Design Management. Res Manageria, 2(3), 1-10.
  26. Hasliza Halim, Noor Hazlina Ahmad & T. Ramayah (2011). Unveiling the Motivation to Outsource among SMEs. Business Strategy Series (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  27. Malliga, M., Azizah Omar, T. Ramayah & Osman Mohamad (2011). Readiness to Adopt E-Business among SMEs in Malaysia: Antecedents and Consequence. International Journal of E-adoption, 3(3), 1-19. (IGI Global)
  28. Abdul Wahid, N., Rahbar, E., Shyan, T. S., & Ramayah, T. (2011). Relationship between Environmental Volunteers’ Demographic Characteristics and Their Green Purchase Behavior: Evidence from Penang (Malaysia), International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, 11(3/4), 299-309. (Inderscience) (SCOPUS)
  29. Shiva Jahani, Azura Abdullah Effendi and T Ramayah (2011). Article: The Effect of Socio-Technical Enablers on Knowledge Sharing in Institutions of Higher Learning: A Proposed Model. International Journal of Computer Applications IBC (1), 31-33
  30. Jason Wai Chow Lee, Osman Mohamad & T. Ramayah  (2011). Outsourcing Relationships: How Long Is Long? International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 4(15), 131-138.
  31. Hoon, T. H., Ramayah, T. & Jantan, M. (2011). Knowledge Management: An Exploratory Study on Malaysian Organizations. In J. H. Westover (Ed.) Organizational Culture, Learning, and Knowledge Management (pp. 469-490). Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  32. T. Ramayah, Lo May Chiun and Ahmad Suhaimi Baharudin (2011). Personal Web Use  and Inefficiency: A Partial Least Square Approach. The International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology Research, 1(1), Online
  33. Suki, N. M. and Ramayah, T. (2011). Modelling customer’s attitude towards E-government services. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 81, 909-915. (SCOPUS)

 

Published in 2010

  1. Yusliza Mohd. Yusoff, Hazman Shah Abdullah and T. Ramayah (2010). The Malaysian Perspective of HR Roles and Enpowerment of the Line. Singapore Management Review, 32(2), 81-110. (SCOPUS)
  2. Noor Hazlina Ahmad, T. Ramayah, Carlene Wilson and Liz Kummerow (2010). Testing a Model of Entrepreneurial Competencies and Entrepreneurial Success in Malaysian SMEs. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, 16(3), 182-203. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  3. Lo May Chiun and T. Ramayah (2010). Relationship between Leadership Styles and Organizational Commitment in Malaysia: Role of Leader-Member Exchange. Asia Pacific Business Review, 16(1), 79-103. (Taylor & Francis) (SCOPUS)
  4. Teoh Cheng Inn, Suhaiza Zailani, T. Ramayah and Yudi Fernando (2010). An Investigation into the Dimensions of Training Effectiveness on Post Training Outcomes of Quality Management System. International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, 5(2), 171-199. (Inderscience) (SCOPUS)
  5. Lo May Chiun, T. Ramayah and Ernest Cyril deRun (2010). Multi-Dimensional Nature of b New Leadership in a Non-Western Context: The Case of Malaysia. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict, 14(2), 61-73.
  6. Norzieiriani Ahmad, Azizah Omar and T. Ramayah (2010). Consumer Lifestyles and Online Shopping Continuance Intention. Business Strategy Series, 11(4), 227-243. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  7. T. Ramayah, Osman Mohamad, Mastura Jaafar, Abdul Rashid Abdul Aziz and Wong Sing Sing (2010). Internationalisation of Malaysian Contractors. Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development (JIBED), 5(1), 18-27. (INDERSCIENCE)
  8. T. Ramayah (2010). Personal Web Usage and Work Inefficiency. Business Strategy Series, 11(5), 295-301. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  9. Magdalene Ang, T. Ramayah and Syed Azizi Wafa (2010). Exploring the Dimensionality of Emotional Labor: The Case of the Malaysian Hospitality IndustryInternational Journal of Business Research, 10(1), 106-113.
  10. Fardzah Sulaiman, T. Ramayah and Azizah Omar (2010). ICT Security Policy in a Higher Education Institution in Malaysia. Handbook of Research on Information Communication Technology: Trends, Issues and Advancements, Editor: Esharenana E. Adomi, Chapter 21, 354-372. ISBN13: 9781615208470. IDEA Group International (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  11. Normalini Md Kassim and T. Ramayah (2010). Security Policy Issues In Internet Banking In Malaysia. Handbook of Research on Information Communication Technology:Trends, Issues and Advancements, Editor: Esharenana E. Adomi, IDEA Group International (IGI Global), Chapter 42, 667-687. ISBN13: 9781615208470. IDEA Group International (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  12. Ooh Kim Lean, Suhaiza Zailani, T. Ramayah & Yudi Fernando (2010). Factors Influencing Intention to Use E-Government Services Among Citizens In Malaysia. Citizens and E-Government: Evaluating Policy and Management, Editor: Christopher G. Reddick, IDEA Group International (IGI Global), Chapter 19, pp. 334-359. ISBN13: 9781615209316.IDEA Group International (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  13. Santhanamery Thominathan and T. Ramayah (2010). Towards a Customer Centric E-Government Application: The Case of E-Filing in Malaysia. Cases on ICT Utilization, Practice and Solutions: Tools for Managing Day-to-Day Issues, IDEA Group International (IGI Global)(SCOPUS)
  14. Suki, N.M., Ramayah, T., & Suki, N.M. (2010). Determinants of user acceptance of the e-government services. In A. M. Columbus (Ed.), Advances in psychology research, (vol. 71, pp. 1-20). New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
  15. T. Ramayah, Noor Hazlina Ahmad and May-Chiun Lo (2010). The role of quality factors in intention to continue using an e-learning system in Malaysia. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2, 5422-5426. (ELSEVIER)(SCOPUS)
  16. May-Chiun Lo, T. Ramayah and Ernest Cyril deRun (2010). Does transformational leadership style foster commitement to change? The case of higher education in Malaysia. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2, 5384-5388. (ELSEVIER)(SCOPUS)
  17. T. Ramayah, Lo May Chun, Hasliza Halim and Nusrah Samat (2010). Does Market Orientation Lead to Higher Service Quality Provision and Performance? A Study among Service Organizations in Northern Malaysia. International Journal of Modelling in Operations Management (IJMOM), 2010, (forthcoming) (INDERSCIENCE)
  18. Hanudin, A., & T. Ramayah (2010). SMS Banking: Explaining the Effect of Attitude, Social Norms, Perceived Security and Privacy. The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, 41(2), 1-15.
  19. Sabai Khin, Noor Hazlina Ahmad and T. Ramayah (2010). Product Innovation among ICT Technopreneurs in Malaysia, Business Strategy Series, 11(6), 397-406. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  20. Jason Lee Wai Chow, Osman Mohamad and T. Ramayah (2010). Outsourcing: Is  The Social Exchange Theory Still Relevant in Developing Countries? Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 4(4), 316-145. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  21. Osman Mohamad, T. Ramayah and Nit Hathaivaseawong (2010). Transfer of Marketing Knowledge in Thai International Joint Venture Firms. Asian Academy of Management, 15(2), 197-216.(EBSCO)
  22. Sin, A. B., Zailani, S., & Ramayah, T. (2010). Six sigma and organizational performance: a knowledge creation perspective. International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, 6(2), 182-212. (INDERSCIENCE) (SCOPUS)
  23. Rahim Mosahab, Osman Mahamad & T. Ramayah (2010). Comparison of Service Quality Gaps among Teachers and Students as Internal and External Customers, International Journal of Marketing Studies, 2(2), 13-20. (EBSCO)
  24. Rahim Mosahab, Osman Mahamad & T. Ramayah (2010). Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction And Loyalty: A Test Of Mediation, International Business Research, 3(4), 72-80. (EBSCO)
  25. Lo Liang Kheng, Osman Mahamad, T. Ramayah & Rahim Mosahab(2010). The impact of Service Quality on Customer Loyalty: a study of banks in Penang, Malaysia,International Journal of Marketing Studies, 2(2), 57-66. (EBSCO)
  26. Chuah Poh Lean, Wong Wai Peng, T. Ramayah and Muhamad Jantan (2010). Organizational Context, Supplier Management Practices and Supplier Performance: A Case study of a multinational company in Malaysia, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 23(6), 724-758. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  27. Norazah Mohd Suki and T. Ramayah (2010). User Acceptance of the E-Government Services in Malaysia: Structural Equation Modelling Approach. Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management, Volume 5, 395-413. (SCOPUS)
  28. Ang Magdalene Chooi Hwa and T. Ramayah (2010). An Empirical Assessment of the Role of Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Explaining Academic Success: Some Evidence from an East Malaysian Sample. Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business (GAMA IJB), 12(1), 55-74. (PROQUEST)
  29. Halim Mad Lazim and T. Ramayah (2010). Maintenance strategy in Malaysian manufacturing companies: A total productive maintenance (TPM) approach. Business Strategy Series, 11(6), 387-396. (EMERALD)(SCOPUS)
  30. T. Ramayah, A. Sawaridass and Yulihasri (2010).  Critical Success Factors In ERP System Implementation: Results From An Exploratory Study. Global Journal of Enterprise Information System, 2(1), 5-10.
  31. May-Chiun Lo, Mung Ling Voon and T. Ramayah (2010). Employees’ Organizational Commitment to Change in Global Perspectives. Global Studies Journal, 2010 (forthcoming) http://gsj.cgpublisher.com/
  32. Michelle Kow Pei Ming, Norazah Suki and T. Ramayah (2010). Explaining Job Searching through the Social Networking Sites: A Structural Equation Model Approach.International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking, 2(3), 1-15. (IGI Global)
  33. T. Ramayah (2010). Complementing Classroom Teaching with an Internet Course Website: Does Gender and Race Matter, Malaysian Journal of Educational Technology, 10(1), 33-38.
  34. Mohd Faiz Hilmi, T. Ramayah, Yanti Mustapha and Shahrier Pawanchik (2010). Product and Process Innovativeness: Evidence from Malaysian SMEs. European Journal of Social Sciences, Volume 16, Number 4, pp. 556-564. (SCOPUS)
  35. Mohd Faiz Hilmi, Prof. T. Ramayah, Yanti Mustapha, Shahrier Pawanchik and Meor Azli Ayub (2010). Strategic and Behavioral Innovativeness of Malaysian SMEs: Preliminary Results From A First Wave Data Collection. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 5(8),  1-16. (SCOPUS)
  36. May Chiun Lo and T. Ramayah and Ernest Cyril de Run (2010). Dimensionality of Organizational Commitment to Change In Tertiary Education Institutions In Malaysia. Journal of Academic Research in Economics, 2(3), 311-319. (EBSCO)
  37. Leen, J.Y.A., Ramayah, T., and Omar, A. (2010). The impact of website personality on consumers’ initial trust towards online retailing websites. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 66, 820-825 (SCOPUS)

Published in 2009

  1. Ramayah, T., Ignatius, J. & Jasmine, Y.A.L. (2009). Knowledge Sharing among Academics in Institutions of HIgher Learning: A Research Agenda. International Education Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 3-7.
  2. Lo, M.C. & Ramayah, T. & De Run, E.C. (2009). Leader-Member Exchange, Gender, and Influence Tactics: A Test on Multinational Companies in Malaysia. Problems and Perspectives in Management, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 38-45. (ABI/INFORM)
  3. Norjaya, M.Y., Ramayah, T., Osman, M. & Lim, L.W. (2009). The Mediating Effects of Attitude towards Parallel Imports in Consumer Personality-Purchase Intention Linkage.Jurnal Pengurusan, Vol. 28, pp. 103-123. (SCOPUS)
  4. Hanudin, A., Abdul Rahim, A.R. & Ramayah, T. (2009). What Makes Undergraduate Students Enroll Into An Elective Course? The Case of Islamic Accounting. International Journal of Islamic & Middle Eastern Finance and Management (IJIMEFM), Volume 2, Number 4, pp. 289-304. (EMERALD)
  5. Osman, M., Ramayah, T. & Ng, K.S. (2009). Exporting to China and ASEAN Countries: Perceived Advancement in Marketing Competencies and Export Performance. Journal of US-China Public Administration, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 15-22.
  6. Osman, M., Abdul Hafiez, A. & Ramayah, T. (2009). Towards Globalization: Exporting to Arabic Speaking Nations. International Journal of Management , 26(3), 465-488. (ABI/INFORM) (EBSCO)
  7. Lo, M.C. & Ramayah, T. (2009). Dimensionality of Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) in a Multicultural Society: The Case of Malaysia. International Business Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 48-55.
  8. Rouibah, K., Ramayah, T. & Oh, S.M. (2009). User Acceptance of Internet Banking in Malaysia: Test of Three Acceptance Models. The International Journal of E-Adoption (IJEA), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 1-19. (IGI Global)
  9. Yusliza, M.Y., Hazman, S.A. & Ramayah, T. (2009). HR Roles Effectiveness and HR Contributions Effectiveness: Comparing Evidence from HR and Line Managers.International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 158-163.
  10. Ramayah, T., Yusliza, M.Y., Norzalila, J. & Amlus, I. (2009). Applying Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) in Predicting Intention to Use Internet Tax Filing. International Journal of Management, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 272-284. (ABI/INFORM) (EBSCO)
  11. T. Ramayah, Noor Hazlina Ahmad, Lau Guek Chin and May-Chiun, Lo (2009). Testing a Causal Model of Internet Piracy Behavior Among University Students. European Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp.206-214. (SCOPUS)
  12. May-Chiun Lo, Ramayah, T., Ernest Cyril de Run and Voon Mun Ling (2009). “New Leadership”, Leader-Member Exchange and Commitment to Change: The Case of Higher Education. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology Journal, Vol. 53, pp. 574-580.
  13. Ramayah, T., Mohamad, O., Omar, A., & Maimuthu, M. (2009). Technology Adoption among Smal and Medium Enterprises (SME’s): A Research Agenda. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology Journal, Vol. 53,  pp. 943-946.
  14. Lo May Chiun and T. Ramayah (2009). Leadership Styles and Organizational Commitment: A Test on Malaysia Manufacturing Industry, African Journal of Marketing Management (AJMM), Vol. 1, No. 16, pp. 133-139.
  15. Lo May Chiun and T. Ramayah (2009). Supervisors’ Bases of Power and Turnover Intention. GITAM Journal of Management, October – December 2009
  16. Jasmine Yeap Ai Leen, Joshua Ignatius and T. Ramayah (2009). Ranking Preferred Web 2.0 Applications of eWOM: An AHP Proposed Research Agenda. American Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 5, pp. 27-32.(SCOPUS)
  17. Lo May Chiun, T. Ramayah and Ernest Cyril deRun (2009). Multi-Dimensional Nature of b New Leadership in a Non-Western Context: The Case of Malaysia, Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict
  18. Osman Mohamad, Ng Kim Soon and T. Ramayah (2009). Information and Marketing Competency of Malaysian Firms Exporting to ASEAN Markets, International Journal of Business and Management Science (IJBMS) (EBSCO, PROQUEST)
  19. Halim Mad Lazim, Norzieiriani Ahmad, Kamal Ab Hamid and T. Ramayah (2009). Total Employees Participation in Maintenance Activity: A Case Study of Autonomous Maintenance Approach, Malaysian Labour Review, Vol. 3 No. 2, pp. 47-62.

Published in 2008

  1. Mohd Faiz, H. & Ramayah, T. (2008). Market Innovativeness of Malaysian SMEs: Preliminary Results From A First Wave Data Collection. Asian Social Science, Vol. 4, No. 12, pp. 42-49.
  2. Fadhilah, M.Y. & Ramayah, T. (2008). An Overview of the Web Search Satisfaction.Communications of the IBIMA, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 156-161.
  3. Rozinah, J., Waheeb, A. & Ramayah, T. (2008). The Users’ Views on Quality and Benefits of Using Wiki as a Collaborative Tool: A Study at Universiti Sains Malaysia.Journal of The World Universities Forum, Vol. 1, No. 5, pp. 101-107.
  4. Halim, M.L., Ramayah, T. & Norzieiriani, A. (2008). Total Productive Maintenance and Performance: A Malaysian SME Experience. International Review of Business Research Papers, Vol. 4, Iss. 4, pp. 237-250.
  5. Norjaya, M.Y., Ramayah, T. & Osman, M. (2008). Determinants of Consumers’ Attitudes and Purchase Intention of Parallel Imports. International Review of Business Research Papers, Vol. 4, Iss. 3, pp. 127-137.
  6. Fauziah, M.T., Ramayah, T. & Dzuljastri, A.R. (2008). Factors Influencing Intention to Use Diminishing Partnership Home Financing. International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management (IJIMEFM), Vol. 1, Iss. 3, pp. 235-248.(EMERALD)
  7. Ramayah, T., Lau, G.C. & Noor Hazlina, A. (2008). Internet Piracy among Business Students: An Application of Triandis Model, International Journal of Business and Management Research, Vol. 1, Iss. 1, pp. 85-96. (EBSCO)
  8. Mastura, J., Ramayah, T. & Tee, W.T. (2008). The Intention to Use Pirated Software: A Study of Undergraduate Students in a Public Institution of Higher Learning in Malaysia.Problems and Perspectives in Management, Vol. 6, Iss. 2, pp. 4-12. (PROQUEST)
  9. Norazah, M.S., Ramayah, T. & Norbayah, M.S. (2008). Internet Shopping Acceptance: Examining the Influence of Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Motivations. Direct Marketing: An International Journal, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 97-110. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  10. Ramayah, T., Viveka, R. & Amlus, I. (2008). Profiling Online and Manual Tax Fliers: Results from an Exploratory Study in Penang, Malaysia. Labuan e-Journal of Muamalat and Society, Vol. 2.
  11. Mastura, J. & Ramayah, T. (2008). Technology Usage among Housing Building and Planning (HBP) Students: The Moderating Role of Gender. International Journal of Construction in Developing Countries, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 63-77. (PENERBIT USM)
  12. Jasmine, Y.A.L., Osman, M., Ramayah, T. & Ng, K.S. (2008). Value vs. Magnitude: Distinguishing Information Sources That Contribute to Malaysian Exporters’ Promotion Competency. International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 3, No. 6, pp. 128-137.
  13. Nusrah, S., Ramayah, T., Yusliza, M.Y. (2008). Do ISO Certified SME’s Have Higher Quality Practices? Empirical Insights from the Northern Region of Malaysia.International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 66-74.
  14. Ramayah, T. & Aizzat, M.N., Mohd. Nasser, N. & Letchumanan, R. (2008). The Relationship Between Power Bases and Group Buying Decision in Malaysia: Does It Vary According to Viscidity, Time Constraint and Perceived Risk? Journal of Global Business Advancement (JAGBA), Vol. 1, No. 2/3, pp. 289-308. (INDERSCIENCE)
  15. Mastura, J. & Ramayah, T. (2008). Technology Usage among Housing, Building and Planning (HBP) Students: The Moderating Role of Gender. International Journal for Construction in Developing Countries, Volume 13, Number 1, pp. 63-77.
  16. Ramayah, T., Oh, S.M. & Azizah, O. (2008). Behavioral Determinants of Online Banking Adoption: Some Evidence from a Multicultural Society. Journal on Management, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 29-37.
  17. Ramayah T., Tan Yen Sang, Roaimah Omar and Noornina Dahlan (2008). Impact of IT tools, partner relationship and supply chain performance. Asian Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 33-55.
  18. Amlus Ibrahim, Ezanee Mohamed Elias, Abd.Rahim Saad and T. Ramayah (2008). Determining Technological Innovation and Competitiveness: A Cross Organizational Analysis of The Malaysian Manufacturing Industry, Asian Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 14-33.

Published in 2007

  1. Yulihasri, Pauline, Y., Ramayah, T. & Lin, S.K. (2007). Lifestyle of Online Gamers and Online Non-Gamers. The Journal of Organizational and Behavioural Research, Vol. 3, pp. 43-52.
  2. Ramayah, T., Dahlan, N. & Adni, R.P. (2007). Employees’ Data Mining Readiness in the Malaysian Insurance Industry: A Preliminary Study. International Journal of Management Practices & Contemporary Thought, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 18-27.
  3. Kee, S.L., Ramayah, T., Noornina, D. & Lo, M.C. (2007). Does Leadership Style Matter in Change Management Success? Employee Performance as a Proxy of Effective Change. Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 19-38.
  4. Yusliza, M.Y. & Ramayah, T. (2007). Job Variables and Work Re-Adjustment among Repatriates: The Moderating Role of Social Support. Journal of International Studies, Vol. 3, pp. 137-156.
  5. Bushra, A., Muhamad, J. & Ramayah, T. (2007). Validation of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM): A Sensemaking Perspective. International Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 99-120.
  6. Yusliza, M.Y., Hazman, S. & Ramayah, T. (2007). An Examination of the Validity and Reliability of the Organizational Structure Scale in the Malaysian Context: Preliminary Results. Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 39-54.
  7. Lo, M.C. & Ramayah, T. (2007). Supervisors’ Power and Turnover Intention: The Moderating Impact of Leader Member Exchange. Journal of Business Strategy, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 7-24.
  8. Gopi, M. & Ramayah, T. (2007). Applicability of Theory of Planned Behavior in Predicting Intention to Trade Online: Some Evidence from a Developing Country. International Journal of Emerging Markets (IJOEM), Vol. 2, Iss. 4, pp. 348-360. (EMERALD)
  9. Komaraju, M., Karau, S. & Ramayah, T. (2007). Cross-Cultural Differences in the Academic Motivation of University Students in Malaysia and the United States. North American Journal of Psychology, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 275-292. (PsyArticles) (SCOPUS)
  10. Ramayah, T. & Lo, M.C. (2007). ERP Impact of Shared Beliefs on Perceived Usefulness and Ease of Use of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System. Management Research News, Vol. 30, Iss. 6, pp. 420-431. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  11. Mastura, J., Abdul Rashid, A.A., Ramayah, T. & Basri, S. (2007). Integrating Information Technology in the Construction Industry: Technology Readiness Assessment of Malaysian Contractors. International Journal of Project Management, Vol. 25, pp. 115-120. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  12. Ramayah, T., Sawaridass, A., Imad, Z., Roy, M.H. & Zafar, U.A. (2007). Critical Success Factors for Successful Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems in Manufacturing Organizations. International Journal of Business Information Systems (IJBIS), Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 276-297. (INDERSCIENCE) (SCOPUS)
  13. Ramayah, T., Koh, B.L., Muhamad, J., Imad, Z., Roy, M.H. & Zafar, U.A. (2007). Type of Procurement and Operational Performance: Comparing E-Procurement and Offline Purchasing. International Journal of Services and Operations Management (IJSOM), Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 279-296. (INDERSCIENCE) (SCOPUS)
  14. Ignatius, J. & Ramayah, T. (2007). A SEM Investigation of E-Learning: An Illustrated Perspective of a Course Website Acceptance Model among Business Students.Interntional Journal of Information and Operations Management Education, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 1-20. (INDERSCIENCE)
  15. Ignatius, J. & Ramayah, T. (2007). Innovativeness in New Product Development: Validating A New Measure for Inter-/Intra-Functional Technological Learning.International Journal of Service and Technology Management, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 21-40.  (INDERSCIENCE) (SCOPUS)
  16. Mastura, J., Ramayah, T., Abdul Rashid, A.A. & Basri, S. (2007). Technology Readiness among Managers of Construction Firms. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol. 14, Iss. 2, pp. 180-191. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  17. Lo, M.C., Ramayah, T. & Chin, L. M. (2007). Bases of Power and Job Satisfaction : The Impact of Supervisors’ Gender. ICFAI Journal of Organization Behavior, Vol. VI, No. 1, pp. 41-48.
  18. Razalli, M.R., Dahlan, N., & T.Ramayah. (2007). Competing through responsiveness: Effects on hotel performance. Journal of Technology and Operations Management, 2(2), 83-99.

Others

  1. Ramayah, T. & Yulihasri, E. (2006). Explaining Intention to Use Enterprise Planning (ERP) Using the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Journal of Organizational and Behavioural Research, Vol. 2, pp. 131-140.
  2. Nusrah, S., Ramayah, T. & Norizan, S. (2006). TQM Practices, Services Quality, and Market Orientation: Some Empirical Evidence from a Developing Country. Management Research News, Vol. 29, No. 11, pp. 713-728. (EMERALD) (SCOPUS)
  3. Jasmine, Y.A.L. & Ramayah, T. (2006). The Impact of Personal Computer Anxiety and Communication Apprehension on Computer Mediated Communication Anxiety. Asian Journal of Information Technology, Vol. 5, No. 7, pp. 702-705.
  4. Ramayah, T. (2006). Interface Characteristics, Perceived Ease of Use and Intention to Use an Online Library in Malaysia. Information Development, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 123-133. (SAGE) (SCOPUS)
  5. Ramayah, T. (2006). Course Website Usage: Does Prior Experience Matter? WSEAS Transactions on Information Science & Applications, Vol. 2, Iss. 2, pp. 299-306 .(SCOPUS)
  6. Puspowarsito, H., Osman, M. & Ramayah, T. (2006). Corporate Entrepreneurship and Firm Performance in Indonesia: Marketing Mix as Moderators. International Journal of Management & Entrepreneurship, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 21-35.
  7. Ramayah, T. (2006). Doing e-Research with e-Library: Determinants of Perceived Ease of Use of e-Library. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 71-82. [download in pdf]
  8. Ramayah, T. (2005). Course Website Usage among Distance Learning Business Students: The Role of Prior Experience. International Journal of Learning, Vol. 11, pp. 1507-1517. [download in pdf]
  9. Aizzat, M.N., Ramayah, T. & Kumaresan, S. (2005). Organizational Stressors and Job Stress among Managers: The Moderating Role of Neuroticism. Singapore Management Review, Vol. 27, No. 2, pp. 63-80. [download in pdf] (SCOPUS)
  10. Ignatius, J. & Ramayah, T. (2005). An Empirical Investigation of the Course Website Acceptance Model (CWAM). International Journal of Business and Society, Vol. 6, Iss. 2, pp. 69-82. [download in pdf]
  11. Ramayah, T., Chin, Y.L., Norazah, M.S. & Amlus, I. (2005). Determinants of Intention to Use an Online Bill Payment System among MBA Students. E-Business, Issue 9, pp. 80-91. [download in pdf]
  12. Ramayah, T. & Ignatius, J. (2005). Impact of Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use and Perceived Enjoyment on Intention to Shop Online. ICFAI Journal of Systems Management (IJSM), Vol. III, No. 3, pp. 36-51. [download in pdf]
  13. Ramayah,T., Lim, C.Y. & Mohamad, S. (2005). SME e-Readiness in Malaysia: Implications for Planning and Implementation. Sasin Journal of Management, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 103-120. [download in pdf]
  14. One, Y.S., Muhamad, J. & Ramayah, T. (2005). Implementing Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) in Malaysian Manufacturing Organisation: An Operational Strategy Study. The ICFAI Journal of Operations Management, Vol. IV, No. 2, pp. 53-62.[download in pdf]
  15. Razmah Mahmod, Noornina Dahlan, T. Ramayah, Noorliza Karia and Muhamad Hasmi (2005). Attitudinal Belief on the Adoption of e-MBA Program in Malaysia. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education (TOJDE), Vol. 6, No. 2, pp 115-124 (SCOPUS)
  16. Ramayah, T. & Muhamad, J. (2004). Technology Acceptance: An Individual Perspective. Current and Future Research in Malaysia. Review of Business Research, IABE, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 103-111. [download in pdf]
  17. Ramayah, T., Mohamad, S. Muhamad, J. & Ng, G.C. (2004). Organizational Learning, Proprietary Technology and Manufacturing Performance: A Glimpse from the Malaysian Manufacturing Firms. International Journal of Innovation and Incubation, Vol. 1, No. 1, June, pp. 63-90. [download in pdf]
  18. Toh, H.H., Muhamad, J. & Ramayah, T. (2004). Knowledge Management Practices and Organizational Context: An Exploratory Study of Malaysian Organizations. Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 113-140.
  19. Ramayah, T., Aizzat, M.N., Mohd. Nasser, N. & Letchumanan, R. (2004). The Relationship Between Power Bases and Group Buying Decision in Malaysia: Does It Vary According to Viscidity, Time Constraint and Perceived Risk? Journal of Global Business Research (JGBR), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 102-113.
  20. Ramayah, T., Muhamad, J. Aizzat, M.N. & Koay, P.L. (2003). Internal Group Dynamics, Team Characteristics and Team Effectiveness: A Preliminary Study of Virtual Teams.The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Vol. 3, pp. 415-435. [download in pdf]
  21. Ramayah, T., Muhamad, J., Mohd Nasser, M.N., Razli, C.R. & Koay, P.L. (2003). Receptiveness of Internet Banking by Malaysian Consumers: The Case of Penang. Asian Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 8, No. 2, July, pp. 1-29.

Selected Chapters in a Book**

  1. Noornina Dahlan, T. Ramayah and Looi Lai Mei (2002): “Readiness to Adopt Data Mining Technologies: A Study on Telecommunication Employees in Malaysia”, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. ISBN: 0302-9743 (Print) 1611-3349 (Online) (SCI Impact Factor: 0.243)
  2. Total Productive Maintenance for Manufacturing Excellence, One Yoon Seng, Muahamad Jantan and T. Ramayah, Implementing Total Preventive Maintenance in Malaysian Manufacturing Organization: An Operational Study, Strategic Maintenance Management: Current Practices(Eds) P. K. Bandyopadhyay,ICFAI University Press, Ahmedabad, India. pp. 196 – 208, 2006
  3. Employee Commitment – An Introduction, T. Ramayah and Aizzat Mohd. Nasurdin, Integrating Importance into the Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Commitment: A Conceptual Model. In Sangeetha, K. (Ed.), ICFAI Press, Ahmedabad, India. Pp. 116-123. 2007
  4. Broadband solutions for the last mile to the residential customers: The case of Malaysia  Saravanan Lurdunathan and T. Ramayah, Encyclopedia of Multimedia technology and Networking, IDEA Group International (IGI Global), ISBN: 978-1-60566-014-1 (2009)
  5. Amlus Ibrahim, Rozinoor Che Mat, T. Ramayah and Julie Boey Chyaw In (2007). Information Communiaction Technologies Adoption for the Strategic Management of the Malaysian Tourism Industry. In Azilah Kasim & Shaharuddin Tahir (Eds.), Readings On Tourism And Hospitality (Volume II), Penerbit Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia, Penerbit Universiti Utara Malaysia, pp. 219-232.
  6. Amlus Ibrahim, Rozinoor Che Mat, T. Ramayah and Julie Boey Chyaw In (2007). The Relationship of Commitment, Communication, Trust and Extent of Collaboration in Tourism Network. In Azilah Kasim & Shaharuddin Tahir (Eds.), Readings On Tourism And Hospitality (Volume II), Penerbit Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia, pp. 233-243.

Selected Conference Papers**

  1. Ramayah, T., Yulihasri, E., Amlus, I. & Norzalila, J. (2006). Predicting Short Message (SMS) Usage among University Students using the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). 15th International Conference on Management of Technology, “East Meets West: Challenges and Opportunities in the Era of Globalization”, 22-26 May 2006, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R. China.
  2. Ramayah, T., Amlus, I. & Osman, M. (2006). Internet Addiction Among Business Students: The Dark Side of a Good Intention. The Proceedings of the 6th International Educational Technology Conference in EMU, “Computers in Education”, 19-21 April 2006, Famagusta, North Cyprus.
  3. Osman, M. & Ramayah, T. (2005). Information Search Intensity: Comparing High vs. Low Export Involvement Firms. The 14th World Business Congress of the International Management Development Association (IMDA), “Global Business: The Challenges and Responsibilities in a World of Shifting Alliances”, 10-14 July 2005, EuroArab Management School, Granada, Spain. [download in pdf]
  4. Jasmine, Y.A.L. & Ramayah, T. & Ma’ruf, J.J. (2004). Validating a Retail Service Quality Instrument in Apparel Specialty Stores. The Proceedings of the International Borneo Business Conference, “The Impact of Contemporary Environment on Economics and Business”, 9-11 December 2004, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. [download in pdf]
  5. Hathaivaseawong, N., Osman, M. & Ramayah, T. (2004). Acquisition of Marketing Knowledge in Thai International Joint Venture Firms. The Proceedings of the Academy of World Business, Marketing and Management Development Conference, “The Challenge of Inter-Disciplinary Perspectives and Globalization in the 21st Century”, 13-16 July 2004, Brisbane, Australia. [download in pdf]
  6. Ramayah, T., Osman, M., Muhamad, J., Jason, L.W.C. & Syed, N. (2003). Counterfeit Music CDs: Social and Personality Influences, Demographics, Attitudes and Purchase Intention: Some Insights from Malaysia. The Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Research Methods in Business and Management, 20-21 March 2003, Reading University, United Kingdom. [download in pdf]
  7. Ramayah, T., Muhamad, J. & Noraini, I. (2003). Impact of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation on Internet Usage in Malaysia. The 12th International Conference on Management of Technology, 13-15 May 2003, Nancy, France. [download in pdf]
  8. Ramayah, T. & Jasmine, Y.A.L. (2003). What Drives Relationship Quality? A Study of Two Retail Clothing Stores. The Proceedings of the 5th Asian Academy of Management Conference, ” Challenges of Globalized Business: The Asian Perspective”, 10-13 September, Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. [download in pdf]
  9. Ramayah, T., Muhamad, J. & Suresh, T. (2001). Job Satisfaction: Empirical Evidence for Alternatives to JDI. The 32nd Annual Meeting of Decision Sciences Institute Conference, San Francisco, USA. [download in pdf]
  10. Muhamad, J. & Ramayah, T., Noraini, I. & Ali, H. (2001). The CEO and AMT Adoption in Malaysian Small and Medium Scale Manufacturing Industries. The 10th International Conference on Management of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland.

** For full listing of publications, please see Academic Vita.




Professor T. Ramayah
Room 118, Level 1,
School of Management,
Universiti Sains Malaysia,
11800 Minden,
Penang, Malaysia.
Tel: 604-653 3888 ext 3889
Fax: 604-657 7448
Email: ramayah@usm.my
ramayah@gmail.com

AEW125 APW302E ATP201 ATU397

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