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open-access-imgOpen AccessThe Interactions between Financial Inclusion with Microentrepreneurs Firm Performance in Malaysia
Habsah Mohamad Sabli,
Haslina Che Ngah,
Siti Khadijah Sebli Joney
Publication year2020
Publication title
unimas review of accounting and finance
Resource typeJournals
PublisherUNIMAS Publisher
This study is to examine the relationships between financial inclusion with microentrepreneur's firm performance in Malaysia. Cross-sectional data from the questionnaire were collected from 373 micro-entrepreneurs operating under the micro-financing scheme. Hence, the present study aimed to revisit the financial inclusions towards micro-entrepreneur firm performance using the approach in PLS-SEM. The Financial inclusion and micro-entrepreneur firm performance were constructed as a reflective measurement model. The survey findings further revealed that financial inclusion is significantly associated with micro-entrepreneur firm performance. This research's outcomes can benefit decision-makers such as Malaysian governments, microfinance organizations, and the decision-makers regarding distributing funding and promoting successful micro-entrepreneur performance in the long-run.
Subject(s)accounting , business , economic growth , economics , finance , financial inclusion , financial services , gender studies , inclusion (mineral) , microfinance , sociology

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