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Title: Determinants of customers’ intention to use Islamic financing services
Other Titles: The case of Islamic Bank in Sri Lanka
Authors: Ishar Ali, M.S.
Athambawa, S
Keywords: Islamic banking
Islamic finance
Islamic rues
Issue Date: 17-Jan-2014
Publisher: South Eastern University of Sri Lanka
Citation: Proceedings of the Second Annual Research Conference 2013 on "Emergence of Novelty in Business Management, pp 91- 99
Abstract: Sri Lanka is one of the few non-Islamic countries to have legislated for Islamic banking. Islamic banking and finance is a emerging industry in sri lanka where there is a fully fledge islamic bank and other conventional banks operating islamic windows providing services to wide range of customers. This study is designed to examine the effects of the following factors: attitude; social influence; religious obligation; and pricing of Islamic financing, on the intention to use Islamic financing. Data were collected through questionnaire and used SPSS 16.0 to analyze the data using regression analysis. The study found two determinants to be significant in influencing the intention to use Islamic financing, namely, consumer attitude and religious obligation. Social influence and pricing of Islamic financing were found to be insignificant.
ISSN: 2279-1280
Appears in Collections:2nd Annual International Research Conference - 2013

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