Abdel K. Halabi
Abdel K. Halabi
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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting: a study of selected banking companies in Bangladesh
AK Halabi, M Samy
Social responsibility journal, 2009
2062009
Understanding financial information used to assess small firm performance
AK Halabi, R Barrett, R Dyt
Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management, 2010
1332010
Empirical evidence on the relative efficiency of worked examples versus problem-solving exercises in accounting principles instruction
AK Halabi, JE Tuovinen, AA Farley
Issues in Accounting Education 20 (1), 21-32, 2005
592005
The relationship between corporate social responsibility and profitability: The case of Royal Dutch Shell Plc
I Ekatah, M Samy, R Bampton, A Halabi
Corporate Reputation Review 14 (4), 249-261, 2011
432011
Islamic banking in Australia: Challenges and opportunities
AM Mirza, AK Halabi
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 23 (2), 347-359, 2003
372003
Empirical evidence examining the accounting information systems and accounting reports of small and micro business in Australia
R Dyt, AK Halabi
Small Enterprise Research 15 (2), 1-9, 2007
332007
The use of multiple performance measures and the balanced scorecard (BSC) in Bangladeshi firms
MHUZ Khan, AK Halabi, K Sartorius
Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies 1 (2), 160, 2011
292011
Applying an instructional learning efficiency model to determine the most efficient feedback for teaching introductory accounting
AK Halabi
Global Perspectives on Accounting Education 3 (1), 6, 2006
242006
Expanding social inclusion in community sports organizations: evidence from rural Australian football clubs
L Frost, M Lightbody, AK Halabi
Journal of Sport Management 27 (6), 453-466, 2013
222013
Preliminary evidence of a relationship between the use of online learning and academic performance in a South African first-year university accounting course
AK Halabi, A Essop, T Carmichael, B Steyn
Africa Education Review 11 (3), 405-423, 2014
212014
Factors contributing toward student performance in a distance education accounting degree
K Papageorgiou, A Halabi
Meditari Accountancy Research 22 (2), 211-223, 2014
192014
Empirical study of the underlying theoretical hypotheses in the balanced scorecard (bsc) model: Further evidence from Bangladesh
HUZ Khan, AK Halabi, MZ Masud
Asia-Pacific Management Accounting Journal 5 (2), 45-73, 2010
162010
The accounting undergraduate capstone: Promoting synthesis, reflection, transition, and competencies
GF Johnson, AK Halabi
Journal of Education for Business 86 (5), 266-273, 2011
152011
Corporate social responsibility: how the top ten stack up
AK Halabi, AU Kazi, V Dang, M Samy
Monash Business Review 3 (2), 20-4, 2006
152006
Perceptions of firms learning and growth under knowledge management approach with linkage to balanced scorecard (BSC): evidence from a multinational corporation of Bangladesh
MHUZ Khan, AK Halabi
Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2009
142009
Tele teaching accounting lectures across a multi campus: a student's perspective
A Halabi, J Tuovinen, J Maxfield
Accounting Education 11 (3), 257-270, 2002
132002
The roles of degree of competition and types of business strategies in adopting multiple performance measurement practices: some reflections from Bangladesh
M Khan, R Ahmed, AK Halabi
Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies 10, 201-232, 2010
112010
A South African study comparing the effectiveness of computer-based learning materials and face-to-face teaching
AK Halabi, Y Yasseen, N Padia, A Essop, M Vawda, T Joosub
Meditari: Research Journal of the School of Accounting Sciences 18 (2), 23-37, 2010
112010
The influence of Quran and Islamic financial transactions and banking
A Halabi, A Kazi
Arab Law Quarterly 20 (3), 321-331, 2006
112006
Using CBL to improve cognitive load and reduce feedback redundancy in accounting distance learning
AK Halabi, JE Tuovinen, KX Smyrnios
Distance Education 21 (1), 162-182, 2000
112000
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