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TU-UUM PhD Colloquium

11 Jan 2021

Session 1
Accounting and Finance

University

Student’s Name

Main Supervisor

Research Title

UUM

Mohd Shazwan Mohd Ariffin

Prof. Dr. Wan Nordin B Wan Hussin

Relationship Between Composition Of Board & Shareholder Activism Towards Voluntary Disclosure Of AGM Minutes: An Empirical Study Of Malaysian Publicly Listed Companies

UUM

Murtaza Masud Niazi

Dr. Sitraselvi a/p Chandren

Political Connection, Corporate Governance and Firm Performance: Evidence from Pakistan

UUM

Misbah Noreen

Prof. Madya Dr. Zahiruddin B Ghazali

intellectual capital and firm performance

TU

Madonna M. Tejada

Dr Irfah Najihah

Conglomerate Strategy, Firm Efficiency And Performance: An Analysis Of Southeast Asian Conglomerates

Session 2
Finance and Economics

University

Student’s Name

Main Supervisor

Research Title

UUM

Ahmed Umar Abdullahi

Prof. Madya Dr. Nor Azam bin Abdul Razak

Impact of Financial Development on Sectorial Growth: Implication for Economic Growth in Nigeria

UUM

Bashir Babangida Kurfi

Prof. Madya Dr. Hussin Bin Abdullah

Impact of Economic Recession on Macroeconomic stability and Diversification of Nigerian Economy

UUM

Hadia Yousaf

Prof. Dr. Roslan B Abdul Hakim

Prediction of Financial Distress Using Ratio & Sentiment Analysis and Testing on Different Economic Environments

Session 3
Marketing and Management

University

Student’s Name

Main Supervisor

Research Title

UUM

Rabihah Binti Rahim

Dr. Chuah Chin Wei

The Influence of Entrepreneurship Skills, Networking and Financial Literacy towards Business Growth among Malay Youth SMEs Entrepreneur

TU

Lim Xtn Yi

AP Dr Filzah Md Isa

Exploring The Factors Influencing Entrepreneurial Teams (ETs) Performance in Malaysian Education and Child Care Franchise Industry

TU

Thivashini a/p B. Jaya Kumar

AP Dr Goh See Kwong

Students Evaluation of Higher Education and Their Citizenship Behavior: Service Failure and Recovery Context

UUM

Arsalan Hussain

Dr. Arfan Shahzad

The use of e-business towards the performance of SMEs of Pakistan: The moderating role of enterpreneurial competency

Session 4
Marketing and Management

University

Student’s Name

Main Supervisor

Research Title

TU

Khor Pei Kee

AP Dr Nurlida Ismail

The Impact of Online Consumer Review On Customer’s Intention and Purchase in Restaurant

TU

Joann Lim Phaik Sim

AP Dr Nurlida Ismail

Antecedents and Outcome Study On Consumer Generated Images (CGI) Of Food For The Enhancement Of Restaurant SMEs Customer Base

TU

Yan Linwei

Dr Elangkovan A/L Narayanan Alagas

Exploring the Factors Affecting Tourists’ Perception of Wellness Tourism Destination in Bama Yao Autonomous County, China

UUM

Humera Imtiaz

Prof. Ts. Dr. Norazah binti Mohd Suki

Impact of Cobranding and Cause Related Marketing and its Trail Effects

Session 5
Marketing and Management

University

Student’s Name

Main Supervisor

Research Title

TU

Lamya Noaman Alshorbaji

AP Dr Muslim Amin

Knowledge Management and its Relationship with Organizational Performance: An Empirical Research in Privative Universities and Higher Education Institutions in the Kingdom of Bahrain

TU

Tsen Mung Khie

Dr Mary Gu Manli

Flexible Work Arrangements and Employees’ Outcome: When and How It Works?

UUM

Yousif Mousa Sabti

Prof. Madya Dr. Subramaniam A/L Sri Ramalu

Psychological ownership and its role in achieving the green marketing.

TU

Zhang Jingjing

Dr Nan Jiang

The Role of Hunger Marketing on Consumer Decision Making in the Chinese Real Estate Market

The joint-PhD Colloquium is organised by Faculty of Business and Law, Taylor’s University and Othman Yeop Abdullah Graduate School of Business (OYAGSB), Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) in 2021, to provide feedback on PhD candidates’ work-in-progress from a broader group of academics, fellow students and experienced scholars. In this vain, the PhD Colloquium not only provides candidates opportunity to present their work to the peers, mentors and internal and external academicians, but also to network with one another in a meaningful setting for constructive scholarly exchanges. Moreover, it would contribute towards a transformative journey for PhD candidates by exposing them to fundamentals of a PhD journey including learning from others’ research, potentials of publishing out of a PhD work and collaboration for scholarly projects with experts of their filed.

Aim

The aim of this colloquium is to provide the opportunity for PhD candidates to present their PhD work-in-progress in a supportive and non-confrontational environment to a group of senior academics and peers in the field. The presentations will be attended by academics with experience in supervising and examining PhD works. It is the intention of these academics to encourage and support the candidates by providing constructive feedback. In addition, senior academics will be invited to contribute to plenary sessions discussing related to publishing PhD thesis and PhD journey sharing sessions.

 

Structure

The PhD Colloquium consists of different parallel sessions conducted in one day. Apart from three primary panel members who would receive the submitted reports before the session, the Q&A session will be open to all participants. 

 

Best Research

In order to support and encourage sound PhD research, a best research certificate of recognition will be awarded to the selected work from each university. 

 

Participants

All other PhD candidates (non-presenters) are required to attend the PhD Colloquium as participants. The active participation is highly encouraged as the Q&A session will be open for PhD candidates to discuss with their peers. There is also networking opportunity to informally speak with our senior academics about their ideas to receive valuable feedback.