Penerbitan Terkini

norhafizah abu hasan, nor liza abdullah, lai wei sieng, tee lain tze, kew si roei, mohd nasir mohd saukani, maizatulakma abdullah, nur atiqah abdullah, wye chung khain, norain mod asri.  (2021).  jk pementoran.  - pementoran connect@fep semester 1 sesi 2021/2022.  1-20. 

low soo wah, nor hakimah haji mohd nor, tee lain tze.  (2021).  financial development quality and fdi-economic growth.  - 1-5. 

tee lain tze;kew si roei.  (2021).  the profitability of trading strategies based on past stock returns.  -

nor hakimah haji mohd nor, low soo wah, tee lain tze.  (2021).  financial development, foreign direct investment & economic growth.  - 87. 

tee lain tze;hawati binti janor;ruzita binti abdul rahim;kew si roei.  (2020).  consumer sentiment, biodiesel production, governance. and palm oil price volatility: evidence from major palm oil producers.  -

tee lain tze;low soo wah;kew si roei.  (2020).  the link between market states, market integration and stock market efficiency.  -

tee lain tze, kew si roei, hawati janor, ruzita abdul rahim.  (2020).  do world crude oil prices, global uncertainty and exchange rates influence palm oil prices? evidence from the nonlinear ardl approach.  - institutions and economies.  1-18. 

ruzita binti abdul rahim;noor azryani binti auzairy;kew si roei;tee lain tze;roziana binti baharin;suzana binti muhamad said.  (2020).  ukm migration to e-wallet: a study on consumers’ readiness.  -

lain-tze tee; si-roei kew.  (2019).  risk, business cycles and financial crises: evidence from islamic and conventional stocks.  - jurnal pengurusan.  1-13. 

ruzita abdul rahim, wye chung khain, tee lain tze.  (2019).  run for your financial freedom.  - 150. 

lain-tze tee; si-roei kew; soo-wah low.  (2019).  do momentum strategies perform better for islamic stocks than for conventional stocks across market states?.  - economic annals.  107-129. 

ruzita abdul rahim, mohd rashan shah robuan, tee lain tze.  (2019).  run for your financial freedom.  - 150. 

mohd rashan shah robuan & tee lain tze.  (2018).  chapter 4: challenges in organizing a fun run.  -

lain-tze tee dan si-roei kew.  (2018).  kesan trump ke atas mata wang di negara-negara perkongsian trans-pasifik.  - impak - kewangan & pelaburan @ ukm. 

si-roei kew dan lain-tze tee.  (2018).  are crude oil prices and the currencies of oil exporters correlated in southeast asia?.  - impact- finance & investment @ ukm (centre for research and instrumentation management (crim), universiti kebangsaan malaysia). 

ruzita abdul rahim & tee lain tze.  (2018).  chapter 6: achievement and putting lesson to practice.  -

si-roei kew dan lain-tze tee.  (2018).  adakah harga minyak mentah berkolerasi dengan mata wang pengeksport minyak di asia tenggara?.  - impak - kewangan & pelaburan @ ukm. 

si-roei kew, lain-tze tee.  (2018).  size, seasonality, market states and contrarian profits.  - jurnal pengurusan.  145-152. 

lain-tze tee and si-roei kew.  (2018).  the trump effect on currencies in trans-pacific partnership countries.  - impact- finance & investment @ ukm. 

muhammad enamul hoque, low soo wah, mohd azlan shah zaidi, tee lain tze & noor azlan ghazali.  (2018).  risk factors in malaysian oil and gas stocks.  - proceedings of business management frontiers. 

lain-tze tee.  (2018).  asymmetric relationship between crude oil prices, global uncertainty, exchange rates and crude palm oil prices.  - 3rd international conference on business management. 

ruzita abdul rahim, mohd rashan shah robuan & tee lain tze.  (2018).  responsibility for financial education.  -

lain-tze tee & si-roei kew.  (2017).  do macroeconomic factors affect palm oil prices?.  - proceeding - kuala lumpur international business, economics and law conference 13.  33-37. 

nurul nabilah yusof, lain-tze tee & si-roei kew.  (2017).  challenges experienced by malaysian students sbroad.  - jurnal personalia pelajar.  1-9. 

lain-tze tee & si-roei kew.  (2017).  does international financial reporting standards convergence promote informational efficiency?.  - asian journal of accounting and governance.  1-8. 

mohammad enamul hoque, mohd azlan shah zaidi, low soo wah, tee lain tze, noor azlan ghazali.  (2017).  malaysian monetary policy response to different oil shocks.  - proceeding of business management frontiers. 

low soo wah, tee lain tze, kew si roei, noor azlan ghazali.  (2015).  the link between financial development and knowledge-based economy - evidence from emerging markets.  - journal of economic cooperation & development.  51-88. 

low soo wah, tee lain tze, kew si roei.  (2015).  does the quality of governance matter for equity market risk? evidence from emerging and developed equity markets.  - journal of business economics and management.  660-674. 

lain-tze tee, soo-wah low, si-roei kew, noor a. ghazali.  (2014).  financial development and innovation activity: evidence from selected east asian countries.  - prague economic papers.  162-180. 

low soo wah, noor azlan ghazali, noreha halid, tee lain tze, kew si roei.  (2013).  financial development and transition towards knowledge-intensive economy - the case of east asia.  - significance of over-subc. 

soo-wah low, si-roei kew , lain-tze tee.  (2012).  financial development and innovation activity: evidence from selected east asian countries.  - world finance & banking symposium, shanghai, china, december 17-18, 2012. 

soo-wah low, lain-tze tee, si-roei kew.  (2012).  does the quality of governance matter for equity market risk? -evidence from emerging and developed equity markets.  - the accounting and finance association of australia and new zealand (afaanz) 2012 conference, melbourne, australia. 

low soo wah, kew si roei, tee lain tze.  (2011).  international evidence on the link between quality of governance and stock market performance.  - proceeding of the 19th annual conference on pacific basin finance, economics, accounting, and management. 

low soo wah, kew si roei, tee lain tze.  (2011).  international evidence on the link between quality of governance and stock market performance.  - global economic review - perspectives on east asian economies and industries.  40(3):361-384.