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Special Issue (MAY) 2018

Financial Risk Ratios and Earnings Management: Reducing Uncertainties
in Shariah-compliant Companies

Soheil Kazemian, Siti Mazidah Hanif, Zuraidah Mohd Sanusi, 
& Mohd Hassan Che Haat

DOI : 10.7187/GJATSI2018-01

Enterprise Governance of Micro Entrepreneurs in Malaysia:
Comparison between the Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia and Asnaf's Economic
Development Program

Farah Aida Ahmad Nadzri, Normah Omar, & Rashidah Abdul Rahman

DOI : 10.7187/GJATSI2018-02


Corporate Social Responsibility Practices of Malaysian Islamic Banks from
the Shariah Perspective: A Focus on the Key Dimension

Haslinda Yusoff, Faizah Darus, Dayang Milianna Abang Naim, Azlan Amran, 
& Hasan Fauzi

DOI : 10.7187/GJATSI2018-03

Effects of Financial Performance and Governance on Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure: Evidance from Islamic Financial Institutions in Malaysia

Haslinda Yusoff, Nor Khadizah Mohd Azhari, & Faizah Darus

Effect of Board Management and Governmental Model on Zakat Payers' Trust 
on Zakat Institutions

Erlane K Ghani, Asmah Abdul Aziz, Sakinah Mohamed Tajularifin, 
& Nahla Samargandi

Waqf as a Tool for Rendering Social Welfare Services in the Social 
Entrepreneurship Context

Md. Mahmudul Alam, Shawon Muhammad Shahriar, Jamaliah Said, 
& Mohammad Monzur-E-Elahi

Managerial Opportunism: Monitoring Financial Risk of Malaysian 
Shariah-compliant Companies

Aziatul Waznah Ghazali, Mohd Taufik Mohd Suffian, Zuraidah Mohd Sanusi, 
& Fahdah Sultan Alsudairi

Human Capital Accountability and Construct: Evidence from Islamic 
Microfinance Institution in Malaysia

Amrizah Kamaluddin, Nawal Kassim, Md. Mahmudul Alam, 
& Siti Akmar Abu Samah

Intergrating Religiosity into Fraud Triangle Theory: Empirical Finding from 
Enforcement Officers

Jamaliah Said, Salsabila Asry, Marhamah Rafidi, & Rawia Rida Obaid

Critical Financial Analysis of Islamic Bank in the Philippines: Case Study of 
Amanah Islamic Bank

Normah Omar, & Hasmiene Dioculano Ibrahim

Modelling Maqasid Waqf Performance Measure in Waqf Institutions

Roshayani Arshad, Norzaihan Mohd Zain, Sharina Tajul Urus, 
& Ahmed Chakir


Distribution of Depositors' Return and The Income Smoothing Hypothesis by 
Malaysian Islamic Banks

Zunaidah Sulung, & Nurul Syazwani Mohd Noor


Developing Enterprise Risk Management Index for Shariah-compliant Companies

Ruhaya Atan, Enny Nurdin Sutan Maruhun, Sharifah Norzehan Syed Yusuf, 
& Jamaliah Said

DOI : 10.7187/GJATSI2018-13

Primary Drivers of Sustainable Performance: The Case of Corporate Waqf

Aliza Ramli, Fadzlina Fahmi, Faizah Darus, & Nurlida Ismail

DOI : 10.7187/GJATSI2018-14

Institutional Ownership, Board of Director and Yield Spread in Long- and 
Medium-term Corporate Bonds and Sukuk

Noriza Mohd Saad, Mohd Nizal Haniff, & Norli Ali