Readiness in Meeting Globalization Challenges: A Case of Accounting Firms in Malaysia
Arfah Salleh, Raduan Che Rose, Naresh Kumar and Lu Chee Peng
DOI : 10.3844/jssp.2007.176.184
Journal of Social Sciences
Volume 3, Issue 4
The empirical study explored the relationships between firm’s characteristics and perceived readiness level of Malaysian Institute of Accountants firm members in meeting globalization challenges. In general all respondents indicated low readiness level in penetrating the global market. Seeing that the services sector is growing tremendously during the recent decades, there is a great opportunity for businesses to increase the export services in the foreseeable future to match that of the developed countries. Thus the findings and recommendations of this study provided comprehensive empirical information for entrepreneurs especially those involve in financial sector to actively embark into the global market.
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