Farzana Quoquab
Farzana Quoquab
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Job satisfaction and organizational citizenship behaviour: An empirical study at higher learning institution
J Mohammad, FQ Habib, MA Alias
A multiple-item scale for measuring “sustainable consumption behaviour” construct: Development and psychometric evaluation
F Quoquab, J Mohammad, NN Sukari
Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics 31 (4), 791-816, 2019
Consumers’ preference and consumption towards fast food: Evidence from Malaysia
FQ Habib, RA Dardak, S Zakaria
Factors affecting consumers’ intention to purchase counterfeit product: empirical study in the Malaysian market
F Quoquab, S Pahlevan, J Mohammad, R Thurasamy
Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics 29 (4), 837-853, 2017
What drives Malaysian consumers’ organic food purchase intention? The role of moral norm, self-identity, environmental concern and price consciousness
R Saleki, F Quoquab, J Mohammad
Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies 9 (5), 584-603, 2019
“I buy green products, do you…?” The moderating effect of eWOM on green purchase behavior in Malaysian cosmetics industry
A Jaini, F Quoquab, J Mohammad, N Hussin
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing 14 (1), 89-112, 2020
The relationship between Islamic work ethic and workplace outcome: A partial least squares approach
J Mohammad, F Quoquab, F Idris, M Al-Jabari, N Hussin, R Wishah
Personnel Review 47 (7), 1286-1308, 2018
Exploring consumers' motivations for sustainable consumption: a self-deterministic approach
S Abdulrazak, F Quoquab
Journal of International Consumer Marketing 30 (1), 14-28, 2018
The mediating role of new ecological paradigm between value orientations and pro-environmental personal norm in the agricultural context
KB Chua, F Quoquab, J Mohammad, R Basiruddin
Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics 28 (2), 2016
Driving customer loyalty in the Malaysian fast food industry: The role of halal logo, trust and perceived reputation
F Quoquab, NZ Mohamed Sadom, J Mohammad
Journal of Islamic Marketing 11 (6), 1367-1387, 2020
Factors affecting organizational citizenship behavior among Malaysian bank employees: The moderating role of Islamic work ethic
J Mohammad, F Quoquab, R Omar
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 224, 562-570, 2016
A review of sustainable consumption (2000 to 2020): What we know and what we need to know
F Quoquab, J Mohammad
Journal of Global Marketing 33 (5), 305-334, 2020
Mindful consumption of second-hand clothing: the role of eWOM, attitude and consumer engagement
J Mohammad, F Quoquab, NZM Sadom
Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management: An International Journal, 2021
Bridging the gap between justice and citizenship behavior in Asian culture
J Mohammad, F Quoquab, ZM Makhbul, T Ramayah
Cross Cultural & Strategic Management 23 (4), 633-656, 2016
Antecedents of switching intention in the mobile telecommunications industry: a partial least square approach
F Quoquab, J Mohammad, NM Yasin, NL Abdullah
Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics 30 (4), 1087-1111, 2018
Workplace internet leisure and employees’ productivity: The mediating role of employee satisfaction
J Mohammad, F Quoquab, S Halimah, R Thurasamy
Internet Research 29 (4), 725-748, 2019
Enterprise risk management practices among Malaysian firms
S Soltanizadeh, SZA Rasid, N Golshan, F Quoquab, R Basiruddin
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 164, 332-337, 2014
Antecedents of green purchase behavior of cosmetics products: An empirical investigation among Malaysian consumers
A Jaini, F Quoquab, J Mohammad, N Hussin
International Journal of Ethics and Systems 36 (2), 185-203, 2020
Family firms’ sustainable longevity: the role of family involvement in business and innovation capability
S Ahmad, R Omar, F Quoquab
Journal of Family Business Management, 2021
Systematic review: entrepreneurship in conflict and post conflict
S Aldairany, R Omar, F Quoquab
Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies 10 (2), 361-383, 2018
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