Fakarudin Kamarudin
Fakarudin Kamarudin
Accounting and Finance Department, Universiti Putra Malaysia
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Cost, revenue and profit efficiency of Islamic and conventional banking sector: Empirical evidence from Gulf Cooperative Council countries
F Kamarudin, BAA Nordin, J Muhammad, MAA Hamid
Global Business Review 15 (1), 1-24, 2014
712014
Determinants of revenue efficiency of Islamic banks
F Sufian, F Kamarudin
International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, 2015
502015
Determinants of Revenue Efficiency in the Malaysian Islamic Banking Sector= محددات كفاءة الإيرادات في القطاع المصرفي الماليزي
F Sufian, F Kamarudin, NHHM Noor
Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics 362 (3222), 1-30, 2012
452012
Assessing the effect of mergers and acquisitions on revenue efficiency: Evidence from Malaysian banking sector
F Sufian, J Muhamad, AN Bany-Ariffin, MH Yahya, F Kamarudin
Vision 16 (1), 1-11, 2012
422012
Determinants of efficiency in the Malaysian banking sector: Does bank origins matter?
F Sufian, F Kamarudin
Intellectual Economics 10 (1), 38-54, 2016
392016
Revenue efficiency and returns to scale in Islamic banks: Empirical evidence from Malaysia
F Sufian, F Kamarudin, N Noor
Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development 35 (1), 47-80, 2014
382014
Assessing the Revenue Efficiency of Domestic and Foreign Islamic Banks: Empirical Evidence from Malaysia.
F Sufian, F Kamarudin, NHHM Noor
Jurnal Pengurusan 37, 2013
352013
Bank-specific and macroeconomic determinants of profitability of Bangladesh's commercial banks
F Sufian, F Kamarudin
The Bangladesh Development Studies, 1-28, 2012
322012
Efficiency and returns to scale in the Bangladesh banking sector: empirical evidence from the slack-based DEA method
F Sufian, F Kamarudin
Engineering Economics 25 (5), 549-557, 2014
312014
Bank efficiency in Malaysia a DEA approach
F Kamarudin, F Sufian, AM Nassir, NAM Anwar, HI Hussain
Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice 8 (1), 133-162, 2019
282019
PRICE EFFICIENCY AND RETURNS TO SCALE OF BANKING SECTOR IN GULF COOPERATIVE COUNCIL COUNTRIES: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL BANKS.
F Kamarudin, BA Amin NORDIN, AM Nasir
Economic Computation & Economic Cybernetics Studies & Research 47 (3), 2013
282013
Islamic banking sectors in Gulf Cooperative Council countries: Analysis on revenue, cost and profit efficiency concepts
F Kamarudin, AM Nasir, MH Yahya, RM Said, BAA Nordin
Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development 35 (2), 1-42, 2014
272014
Environmental impact of sectoral energy consumption on economic growth in Malaysia: Evidence from ARDL bound testing approach
HI Hussain, MA Salem, AZA Rashid, F Kamarudin
Ekoloji 28 (107), 199-210, 2019
252019
From physical to digital: investigating consumer behaviour of switching to mobile wallet
O Alaeddin, A Rana, Z Zainudin, F Kamarudin
Polish Journal of Management Studies 17 (2), 18--30, 2018
252018
Assessing the domestic and foreign Islamic banks efficiency: Insights from selected Southeast Asian countries
F Kamarudin, F Sufian, FW Loong, NAM Anwar
Future Business Journal 3 (1), 33-46, 2017
252017
Does productivity of Islamic banks endure progress or regress?
F Kamarudin, CZ Hue, F Sufian, NAM Anwar
Humanomics, 2017
252017
Does country governance foster revenue efficiency of Islamic and conventional banks in GCC countries?
F Kamarudin, F Sufian, AM Nassir
EuroMed Journal of Business, 2016
252016
Efficiency of Gulf cooperation council banks
PA Aghimien, F Kamarudin, M Hamid, B Noordin
Review of International Business and Strategy, 2016
242016
Debt maturity and family related directors: evidence from a developing market
HI Hussain, ISZ Abidin, A Ali, F Kamarudin
Polish Journal of Management Studies 18, 2018
182018
Global financial crisis, ownership and bank profit efficiency in the Bangladesh's state owned and private commercial banks
F Kamarudin, F Sufian, AM Nassir
Contaduría y Administración 61 (4), 705-745, 2016
182016
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