prof. madya dr. abdullah al mamun

pensyarah universiti

ukm-graduate school of business (ukm-gsb)

 almamun@ukm.edu.my



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Abdullah Al Mamun has been working at the UKM Graduate School of Business at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia since January 2022 as an associate professor. Previously, he worked at the Faculty of Business and Management, UCSI University, Malaysia, as an Associate Professor (2020–2021) and at the Faculty of Entrepreneurship and Business, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, as a Senior Lecturer (2012–2019). He completed his MBA and PhD from the Multimedia University, Malaysia, in 2007 and 2012, respectively. His research interests include development economics, entrepreneurship, and environmental economics. He received 23 grants and published seven books and more than 250 articles and book chapters. These articles have been cited by other scholars more than 6700 times with an H index of 45. He received recognition as one of the distinguished scholars featured in Stanford University`s compilation of the world`s top scientists, specifically in the 2023 edition of the Top 2% Scientist list. He has positions as a member of the Editorial Review Board for the Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, as an Associate Editor for Heliyon, and as an Academic Editor for PLOS One. During the period of 2014 to 2023, he was honored to receive the Excellent Service Award for Publication from Universiti Malaysia Kelantan and University Kebangsaan Malaysia. In the year 2019, he was also honored with the Emerald Literati Award for Outstanding Reviewer.

  • marvello yang, abdullah al mamun, jingzu gao, muhammad khalilur rahman, anas a. salameh, syed shah alam.  (2024).  predicting m-health acceptance from the perspective of unified theory of acceptance and use of technology.  - scientific reports.  1-18. 

     

    mengling wu, jingzu gao, naeem hayat, siyu long, qing yang, abdullah al mamun.  (2024).  modelling the significance of food delivery service quality on customer satisfaction and reuse intention.  - plos one.  1-19. 

     

    marvello yang, jingzu gao, qing yang, abdullah al mamun, mohammad masukujjaman, mohammad enamul hoque.  (2024).  modeling the intention to consume and willingness to pay premium price for 3d printed food in an emerging economy.  - humanities and social sciences communications.  1-14. 

     

    yingxiu hong, abdullah al mamun, mohammad masukujjaman, qing yang.  (2024).  significance of the environmental value-belief-norm model and its relationship to green consumption among chinese youth.  - asia pacific management review.  127-140. 

     

    uma thevi munikrishnan, abdullah al mamun, nicole kok sue xin, ham siu chian, farzana naznen.  (2024).  modelling the intention and adoption of cashless payment methods among the young adults in malaysia.  - journal of science and technology policy management.  374-395. 

     

    marvello yang, jingzu gao, qing yang, abdullah al mamun, mohammad masukujjaman, mohammad enamul hoque.  (2024).  modeling the intention to consume and willingness to pay premium price for 3d printed food in an emerging economy.  - humanities and social sciences communications.  1-14. 

     

    mengling wu, jingzu gao, naeem hayat, siyu long, qing yang, abdullah al mamun.  (2024).  modelling the significance of food delivery service quality on customer satisfaction and reuse intention.  - plos one.  1-19. 

     

    hong yingxiu, abdullah al mamun, qing yang, mohammad masukujjaman.  (2024).  predicting sustainable fashion consumption intentions and practices.  - scientific reports.  1-19. 

     

    marvello yang, abdullah al mamun, jingzu gao, muhammad khalilur rahman, anas a. salameh, syed shah alam.  (2024).  predicting m-health acceptance from the perspective of unified theory of acceptance and use of technology.  - scientific reports.  1-18. 

     

    jingzu gao, abdullah al mamun, qing yang, muhammad khalilur rahman, muhammad mehedi masud.  (2024).  environmental and health values, beliefs, norms and compatibility on intention to adopt hydroponic farming among unemployed youth.  - scientific reports.  1-12. 

     

    linda seduram, abdullah al mamun, anas a. salameh, selvan perumal, hasnizam shaari.  (2022).  predicting smartphone brand loyalty using four-stage loyalty model.  - sage open.  1-15. 

     

    c. a. malarvizhi, abdullah al mamun, sreenivasan jayashree, farzana naznen, tanvir abir.  (2022).  modelling the significance of social media marketing activities, brand equity, loyalty and willingness to pay a premium price for portable tech gadgets.  - heliyon.  1-13. 

     

    xin yi chan, muhammad khalilur rahman, abdullah al mamun, anas a. salameh, wan mohd hirwani wan hussain, syed shah alam.  (2022).  predicting the intention and adoption of mobile shopping during covid-19 lockdown in malaysia.  - sage open.  1-17. 

     

    anas a. salameh, abdullah al mamun, naeem hayat, mohd helmi ali.  (2022).  modelling the significance of website quality and online reviews to predict the intention and usage of online hotel booking platforms.  - heliyon.  1-9. 

     

    noorshella che nawi, abdullah al mamun, naeem hayat, linda seduram.  (2022).  promoting sustainable financial services through the adoption of ewallet among malaysian working adults.  - sage open.  1-15. 

     

    marvello yang, abdullah al mamun, jingzu gao, muhammad khalilur rahman, anas a. salameh, syed shah alam.  (2024).  predicting m-health acceptance from the perspective of unified theory of acceptance and use of technology.  - scientific reports.  1-18. 

     

    mengling wu, jingzu gao, naeem hayat, siyu long, qing yang, abdullah al mamun.  (2024).  modelling the significance of food delivery service quality on customer satisfaction and reuse intention.  - plos one.  1-19. 

     

    marvello yang, jingzu gao, qing yang, abdullah al mamun, mohammad masukujjaman, mohammad enamul hoque.  (2024).  modeling the intention to consume and willingness to pay premium price for 3d printed food in an emerging economy.  - humanities and social sciences communications.  1-14. 

     

    yingxiu hong, abdullah al mamun, mohammad masukujjaman, qing yang.  (2024).  significance of the environmental value-belief-norm model and its relationship to green consumption among chinese youth.  - asia pacific management review.  127-140. 

     

    uma thevi munikrishnan, abdullah al mamun, nicole kok sue xin, ham siu chian, farzana naznen.  (2024).  modelling the intention and adoption of cashless payment methods among the young adults in malaysia.  - journal of science and technology policy management.  374-395. 

     

    noorshella che nawi, abdullah al mamun, shah iskandar fahmie ramlee, wan mohd nazdrol wan mohd nasir, mohd shahril nizam md radzi and syed ali fazal.  (2023).  determinants of electronic word of mouth and the mediating effect of brand image among airline customers in malaysia.  - proceedings of the international conference on business and technology (icbt 2021).  603-617. 

     

    ng xin rhu, chong ting yian, noor raihani zainol, tanvir abir, abdullah al mamun, anas a. salameh.  (2023).  predicting saving intention and behavior among university students using partial least square structural equation modelling.  - proceedings of the international conference on business and technology (icbt 2021).  937-960. 

     

    choy kah yung, abdullah al mamun, anas a. salameh.  (2023).  entrepreneurship education on entrepreneurial intention among university students in malaysia.  - proceedings of the international conference on business and technology (icbt 2021).  1035-1046. 

     

    naeem hayat, noor raihani zainol, tanvir abir, abdullah al mamun, anas a. salameh and munirah mahshar.  (2023).  online insurance purchase intention and behaviour among chinese working adults.  - proceedings of the international conference on business and technology (icbt 2021).  341-362. 

     

    syed ali fazal, noor raihani zainol, wan nurulasiah binti wan mustapa, abdullah al mamun, anas a. salameh and mohd zulkifli muhammad.  (2023).  economic vulnerability, orientations and performance: a study among micro-enterprises in kelantan, malaysia.  - proceedings of the international conference on business and technology (icbt 2021).  445-462. 

     

    wang chunye, naeem hayat, yao jain, qing yang, abdullah al mamun.  (2023).  finance, accounting and law in the digital age: the impact of technology and innovation in the financial services sector.  - accounting and law in the digital age. contributions to management science.  11. 

     

    fan yichang, naeem hayat, yao jain, qing yang, abdullah al mamun.  (2023).  finance, accounting and law in the digital age: the impact of technology and innovation in the financial services sector.  - finance, accounting and law in the digital age. contributions to management science.  10. 

     

    p. yukthamarani permarupan, syed ali fazal, roselina ahmad saufi, nur fadiah mohd zawawi, abdullah al mamun, ali saleh alshebami, abdullah hamoud ali seraj.  (2023).  finance, accounting and law in the digital age: the impact of technology and innovation in the financial services sector.  - 31-41. 

     

    jiang jifu, qing yang, samsidine aidara, naeem hayat, abdullah al mamun.  (2023).  finance, accounting and law in the digital age: the impact of technology and innovation in the financial services sector.  - 12. 

     

    mengling wu, qing yang, mcxin teea, abdullah al mamun.  (2023).  from industry 4.0 to industry 5.0: mapping the transitions.  - 1049. 

     

    naeem hayat, abdullah al mamun.  (2023).  conservative agriculture practice: a road to sustainability for asian countries.  - 211.