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Web of Science 2017 Q1

1. Syed Mostafa Rasoolimanesh, Christian M. Ringle, Mastura Jaafar, & T. Ramayah (2017). Urban vs. rural destinations: Residents’ perceptions, community participation and support for tourism development. Tourism Management, 60, 147-158. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 4.707)

2. Mehran Nejati, Ali Quazi, Azlan Amran, & Noor Hazlina Ahmad (2017). Social Responsibility and Performance: Does Strategic Orientation Matter for Small Businesses? Journal of Small Business Management, 55(S1), 43-59. (Wiley) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.876)

3. Syed Mostafa Rasoolimanesh, Jose Lusi Roldán, Mastura Jaafar, & T. Ramayah (2017). Factors influencing residents’ perceptions toward tourism development: Differences across rural and urban world heritage sites. Journal of Travel Research, 56(6), 760-775. (Sage) (SSCI ISI Impact factor: 4.564)

4. Mohammad Dalvi-Esfahani, T. Ramayah, & Mehrbaksh Nilashi (2017). Modelling upper echelons’ behavioural drivers of Green IT/IS adoption using an integrated Interpretive Structural Modelling–Analytic Network Process approach. Telematics and Informatics, 34(2), 583-603. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.398)

5. Ahmed Ibrahim Alzahrani, Imran Mahmud, T. Ramayah, Osama Alfarraj, & Nasser Alalwan (2017). Extending the theory of planned behavior (TPB) to explain online game playing among Malaysian undergraduate students. Telematics and Informatics, 34(4), 239-251. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.398)

6. Salwa Hanim Abdul-Rashid, Novita Sakundarini, Raja Ariffin Raja Ghazilla, & T. Ramayah (2017). The impact of sustainable manufacturing practices on sustainability performance: Empirical evidence from Malaysia. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 37(2), 182-204. (Emerald) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.339)

7. Zill-e-Huma, Saddam Hussain, T. Ramayah, & Muhammad Imran Malik (2017). Determinants of cyberloafing: a comparative study of a public and private sector organization. Internet Research, 27(1), 97-117. (Emerald) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.931)

8. W. L. Teoh, Michael B.C.Khoo, Philippe Castagliola, W.C. Yeong, & Sin Yin Teh (2017). Run-sum control charts for monitoring the coefficient of variation. European Journal of Operational Research, 257(1), 144-158. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.297)

9. Choo Jun Tan, Siew Chin Neoh, Chee Peng Lim, Samer Hanoun, Wai Peng Wong, Chu Kong Loo, Li Zhang, & Saeid Nahavandi (2017). Application of an evolutionary algorithm-based ensemble model to job-shop scheduling. Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, 1-12. (Springer) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 3.035)

10. Si Zhang, Jie Xu, Loo Hay Lee, Ek Peng Chew, Wai Peng Wong, & Chun-Hung Chen (2017). Optimal computing budget allocation for particle swarm optimization in stochastic optimization. IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, 21(2), 206-219. (IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc) (SCI ISI Impact Factor: 10.629)



Web of Science 2017 Q2

1. Mohsin Zahid, Bakhtiar Ali, Muhammad Shakil Ahmad, & T. Ramayah (2017). Factors Affecting Purchase Intention and Social Media Publicity of Green Products: The Mediating Role of Concern for Consequences. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management. (Wiley) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.852)

2. Imran Mahmud, T. Ramayah, & Sherah Kurnia (2017). To Use Or Not To Use: Modelling End User Grumbling As User Resistance In Pre-Implementation Stage Of Enterprise Resource Planning System. Information Systems. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.777)

3. Syed Abidur Rahman, Seyedeh Khadijeh Taghizadeh, Mirza M.D. Alam & T. Ramayah (2017). Technology acceptance among micro-entrepreneurs in marginalized social strata: The case of social innovation in Bangladesh. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 118, 236-245. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.625)

4. Noor Azimah Muhammad, Khadijeh Shamsuddin, Rahmah Mohd Amin, Khairani Omar, & T. Ramayah (2017). Questionnaire development and validity to measure sexual intention among youth in Malaysia. BMC public health, 17(1), 157. (Biomed) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.265)

5. Mohammad Dalvi-Esfahani, Azizah Abdul Rahman, & T. Ramayah (2017). Moderating role of personal values on managers’ intention to adopt Green IS: Examining norm activation theory. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 117(3), 582-604. (Emerald) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 2.205)

6. Sharmila Jayasingam, Yuji Fujiwara, & T. Ramayah (2017). ‘I am competent so I can be choosy’: choosiness and its implication on graduate employability. Studies in Higher Education, 1-16. (Taylor & Francis) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.527)

7. Muhammad Kashif Saeed, Anna Zarkada, & T. Ramayah (2017). The moderating effect of religiosity on ethical behavioural intentions: An application of the extended theory of planned behaviour to Pakistani bank employees. Personnel Review, 46(2), 429-448. (Emerald) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.427)

8. Uzma Tufail, Muhammad Shakil Ahmad, T. Ramayah, Farzand Ali Jan, Ahmad Jamil, Muhammad Qaiser Saleem, Iqtidar Ali Shah, Zainab Fakhr, Haroon Ur Rashid Khan (2017). Impact of Islamic Work Ethics on Organisational Citizenship Behaviours among Female Academic Staff: the Mediating Role of Employee Engagement. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 12(3), 693-717. (Springer) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.286)

9. Mehrbakhsh Nilashi, Mohammad Dalvi, Morteza Zamani, Othman Ibrahim, & T. Ramayah (2017). An interpretive structural modelling of the features influencing researchers’ selection of reference management software. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. (Sage) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.239)

10. Mohammad Jamal Khan, Shankar Chelliah, & Sahrish Ahmed (2017). Factors influencing destination image and visit intention among young women travellers: role of travel motivation, perceived risks, and travel constraints. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 22(11), 1139-1155. (Taylor & Francis) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 1.290)

11. Mohamed Ibrahim Nor, & Tajul Ariffin Masron (2017). Does the observed value of Somali shilling deviate from its predicted value? Journal of Policy Modeling, 39(3), 532-546. (Elsevier) (SSCI ISI Impact Factor: 0.993)

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