Assistant Professor Dr. Eaw Hooi Cheng

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Assistant Professor Dr. Eaw Hooi Cheng

Head of Department, Accounting and Finance | Department of Accounting and Finance

Academic Qualifications

PhD Finance
MBS Finance
Degree Finance

Areas of Interest
Financial management
Personal finance
Stock performance
Economics related issues

  1. Cheng, E. H., Wei, K. K., Rajagopalan, U., & Abdul Hamid, B. (2014). Causality of personal bankruptcy in Malaysia. Proceedings Book of International Conference on Emerging Trends in Scientific Research (ICETSR), Malaysia Handbook on the Emerging Trends in Scientific Research. ISBN: 978-969-9347-16-0
  2. Cheng, E. H., Usha, R., Baharom,A, Khong, K., & Ahamd, R. (2014). Psychographic Factors: Does it influence Personal Bankruptcy in Malaysia? Journal of. Proceedings of the Australian Academy of Business and Social Sciences Conference 2014 (in partnership with The Journal of Developing Areas) ISBN 978-0-9925622-0-5.
  3. Cheng, E. H., Rajagopalan, U., Hamid, B. A., Wei, K. K., & Ahmad, R. (2015). PSYCHOGRAPHIC FACTORS: DOES IT INFLUENCE PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY IN MALAYSIA?. Australian Journal of Business and Economic Studies, 1(2), 72-78.
  4. Cheng, E. H., Usha, R. A. (2016) Study of the Mediation and Moderation Effect on Financial Literacy* International Journal of Exclusive Management Research (IJEMR), September 2016 - Vol 6 Issue 09 - Online - ISSN 2249–2585 Print - ISSN 2249-8672.
  5. Ravindran Ramasamy, Ganisen Sinnasamy, and Eaw Hooi Cheng. (2009). Rating transition and value at risk : Islamic loans and conventional loans. UniRazak e-Journal, 5(2), pp. 16-35. (Online: ) [ISSN: 1511-7219 (Online)]
  6. Mazharul Islam, and Eaw Hooi Cheng. (2008). The Readiness Of Higher Education Institutions (HEI) Towards Knowledge-Based Economy In Malaysia. International Review of Business Research Papers, 4 (2), pp. 103-115. (Online: ) [ISSN: 1832-9543 (Online)]