The Asian Journal of Business and Accounting (AJBA) is an international refereed journal, published twice a year by the Faculty of Business and Economics , (formerly known as Faculty of Business and Accounting) University of Malaya, Malaysia. Its aim is to publish scholarly business research on issues which are relevant to Malaysia and the Asian region, especially those providing practical implications to promote better business decision making and public policy formulation.

        The journal covers a broad spectrum of business and accounting areas and its sub-areas. A suggestive (not necessarily comprehensive) list of areas include: auditing, banking, business strategy, corporate governance, entrepreneurship, finance and investments, financial and management accounting, financial economics, human resource management, information management, innovation and technology management, international business management, marketing management, operations and production management, organisational behaviour, public sector accounting, risk and insurance, strategic management, taxation, and tourism and hospitality.

E-ISSN: 2180-3137
Print ISSN: 1985-4064
Publisher: University of Malaya
Publication type: Print & Electronic
Publication frequency: 2 time(s) per year (June and December)
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We are pleased to inform you that Asian Journal of Business and Accounting has been selected for High Prestige Journal Indexed in SCOPUS  in the field Social Sciences Art and Humanities category




Volume 16, Issue 1 (2023)

Published: 2023-06-30

Editorial Notes

Noor Sharoja Sapiei, Yeong Wai Chung

Zakat Distribution Priorities in Malaysia: An Analytic Hierarchy Process Analysis

Zubir Azhar, Muhammad Kamil Kader Mydin, Anwar Allah Pitchay


Peer Pressure, Information Technology Adoption, and Bank Performance

Md Al Mamun, Mahfuja Malik, Md Abdul Hannan Mia


The Role of Lecturer Commitment in Determining Organisational Behaviour

Adriani Gunawan, Masydzulhak Djamil MZ, Farida Elmi, Setyo Riyanto


Green Consumption Values and Consumer Purchase Intentions on P2P Platforms

Edward Markwei Martey, Isaac Tornyi, George Dominic Kofi Mante, Paulina Addo


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