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Forecasting patronage factors of Islamic credit card as a new e-commerce banking service: An integration of TAM with perceived religiosity and trustDariyoush Jamshidi, Nazimah Hussin
Understanding the important patronage factors of Islamic credit card as a new e-commerce banking service is essential for bankers and users. Although some previous studies…
The purpose of this paper is to test the efficacy of model of goal-directed behavior (MGB) to explain and predict savings at Islamic bank behavior. The importance of…
From philanthropy to broader social engagement: Muslim consumers’ response to corporate social marketing strategies in DubaiCatherine Nickerson, Valerie Priscilla Goby
This paper aims to investigate the potential effectiveness of using corporate social marketing (CSM) as part of an advertising campaign targeting local Muslim consumers in…
An empirical study on non-Muslim’s packaged halal food manufacturers: Saudi Arabian consumers’ purchase intentionAfshan Azam
This study aims to investigate the determinant factors that consumers may consider in buying halal packaged food produced by non-Muslim manufacturers.
The purpose of this paper is to establish the halal certification–logistics performance relationship by means of developing a theoretical model and to suggest areas for…
The purpose of this paper is to develop a method to understand the predictors of hijab fashion consciousness and consumption. Muslim women in developing countries have…
This study aims to explore whether religiosity influences ecologically conscious consumption behaviour (ECCB) among Muslim consumers in India.
Online date, start – end:2010
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Prof Jonathan Wilson