Proceedings of the Colloquium on Administrative Science and Technology

Proceedings of the Colloquium on Administrative Science and Technology

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This book of proceedings collects fifty-one papers presented at the inaugural Colloquium of Administrative Science and Technology (CoAST 2013) event, held at Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. It has been reviewed by 750 experts world-wide and covers three main areas a€“ Administrative Science and Technology, Management, and Arts and Humanities. The papers in this volume reflect: a€c the importance of the social sciences in academia and in the nationsa€™ social-economic growth; a€c the multi-disciplinary and trans-disciplinary nature of academia that transcends the broad areas of the social sciences; a€c the increasing trend towards fundamental studies in the social sciences, management, and the arts and the humanities, which have been characterized under the overarching theme of administrative science and technology; a€c the growing demand for research outcomes affecting the public and private sectorsa€™ service processes. The other overlapping niche areas affecting the civil service scope will ensure more interest in and readability of the findings showcased in this proceedings book; a€c the popular and contemporary measurement techniques and methodologies employed within the scopes of the social sciences and humanities; a€c the noticeably changing trends in administrative science and technology, which will greatly impact the governments of the world, allowing the development of a better understanding of governmental processes and their impact on key performance and e-service deliveries. The reporting on technology-based services will improve the public sectora€™s agility; a€c a knowledge-sharing agenda for other developing and less developed nations to emulate; a€c some of the major generic developments that have taken place in these thematic areas of CoAST 2013.are five distinguishing factors which determine the credit card selection criteria. ... Abdul-Muhmin and Umar [8] also carried out a study in Saudi Arabia pertaining to credit card ownership and usage behaviour. ... Additionally, in investigating the attributes of credit card selection in Pakistan, a study concluded that convenience , ... Besides that, Norum [14], in his study on 7, 342 college students, further supports 425 41 A Qualitative Study on the Determinants of Islamic Credit Card ...

Title:Proceedings of the Colloquium on Administrative Science and Technology
Author:Rugayah Hashim, Abu Bakar Abdul Majeed
Publisher:Springer - 2014-10-19


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