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Author Abeysekera, Indra
Title Intellectual Capital and Public Sector Performance
Imprint Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2013
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Series Studies in Managerial and Financial Accounting Ser. ; v.27
Studies in Managerial and Financial Accounting Ser
Note FRONT COVER -- INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL AND PUBLIC SECTOR PERFORMANCE -- COPYRIGHT PAGE -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS -- LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Factors That Can Give Rise to Intellectual Capital in Public Sector -- 1.3. Intellectual Capital and Performance in Public Sector Organizations -- 1.4. Motivation and Aims for the Research -- 1.5. Overview of Subsequent Chapters -- 1.6. Summary -- 2. BACKGROUND OF STUDY -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Intellectual Capital in the Public Sector -- 2.3. NPM and Intellectual Capital in Public Sector Organizations -- 2.4. The Malaysian Public Sector: Charting the Path -- 2.5. Intellectual Capital Management in Malaysian Public Sector -- 2.6. Questions Emerging from the Literature -- 2.7. Summary -- 3. LITERATURE REVIEW -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Definition of Intellectual Capital -- 3.3. The Importance of Intellectual Capital Management in the Public Sector -- 3.4. The Previous Studies on Intellectual Capital in the Public Sector -- 3.5. Literature on Performance Measurement in the Public Sector -- 3.6. Research Issues -- 3.7. Summary -- 4. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Overview of Resource-Based Theory -- 4.3. Application of RBT in Intellectual Capital and Performance -- 4.4. Application of RBT in Public Sector -- 4.5. Theoretical Constructs -- 4.6. Summary -- 5. HYPOTHESIS DEVELOPMENT AND DATA INTERPRETATION -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Theoretical Model -- 5.3. Hypotheses Development -- 5.4. Data Interpretation -- 5.5. Summary -- 6. RESEARCH METHOD -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Research Design -- 6.3. Pilot Study -- 6.4. Data Collection -- 6.5. Summary -- 7. STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELLING -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Justification for the Use of SEM in this Study
7.3. SEM Seven-Step Data Analysis -- 7.4. Summary -- 8. DATA ANALYSIS AND RESULTS -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Testing for Multicollinearity -- 8.3. Data Characteristics -- 8.4. Results of the Relationship Between Intellectual Capital and Performance -- 8.5. Results of the Relationships Between Intellectual Capital and Performance Observed Variables -- 8.6. Summary -- 9. CONCLUSION -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Motivation and Scope of the Research -- 9.3. Data, Methodology and Results -- 9.4. Contribution of the Research -- 9.5. Main Limitations of the Research -- 9.6. Implications for Theory and Practice -- 9.7. Suggestions for Future Research -- REFERENCES -- APPENDICES -- APPENDIX 2.1: THE GROWTH OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT IN MALAYSIA -- APPENDIX 2.2: AN OVERVIEW OF VISION 2020 -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX 5.1: SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE -- APPENDIX 7.1: OBSERVED VARIABLE HUMAN CAPITAL: FIRST RUN/OBSERVED VARIABLE HUMAN CAPITAL: FINAL RUN -- APPENDIX 7.2: OBSERVED VARIABLE INTERNAL CAPITAL: FIRST RUN/OBSERVED VARIABLE INTERNAL CAPITAL: FINAL RUN -- APPENDIX 7.3: OBSERVED VARIABLE EXTERNAL CAPITAL: FIRST RUN/OBSERVED VARIABLE EXTERNAL CAPITAL: FINAL RUN -- APPENDIX 7.4: CONFIRMATORY LOWER FACTOR ORDER ANALYSIS: HUMAN CAPITAL, INTERNAL CAPITAL AND EXTERNAL CAPITAL -- APPENDIX 7.5: CONFIRMATORY HIGHER FACTOR ORDER ANALYSIS: INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL CONSTRUCTS -- APPENDIX 7.6: OBSERVED VARIABLE EFFECTIVENESS: FIRST RUN/OBSERVED VARIABLE EFFECTIVENESS: FINAL RUN -- APPENDIX 7.7: OBSERVED VARIABLE EFFICIENCY: FIRST RUN/OBSERVED VARIABLE EFFICIENCY: FINAL RUN -- APPENDIX 7.8: OBSERVED VARIABLE REPUTATION: FIRST RUN/OBSERVED VARIABLE REPUTATION: FINAL RUN -- APPENDIX 7.9: CONFIRMATORY LOWER FACTOR ORDER ANALYSIS: EFFECTIVENESS, EFFICIENCY AND REPUTATION -- APPENDIX 7.10: CONFIRMATORY HIGHER FACTOR ORDER ANALYSIS: INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL CONSTRUCT
APPENDIX 7.11: FIRST STRUCTURAL-FIT RUN RESULTS -- APPENDIX 7.12: SECOND STRUCTURAL-FIT RUN RESULTS
This study investigated the relationship between intellectual capital and public sector performance in Malaysia. Findings revealed that there is a significant and positive relationship between two, and one way of increasing the level of public sector performance is to tie performance to intellectual capital
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Link Print version: Abeysekera, Indra Intellectual Capital and Public Sector Performance Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited,c2013 9781783501687
Subject Intellectual capital - Malaysia
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Alt Author Kamaruddin, Kardina
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