Books & Booklet

ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRENDS IN MALAYSIA: A National Five Year Longitudinal Study Using GEM Methodology

The research is done using the GEM APS and NES surveys. Malaysia has participated every year since 2009 thus allowing for a longitudinal study (2009 – 2013). This individual-level measurement goes to the root of business activity and allows for a more comprehensive account of business activity as compared to measuring formally registered businesses. It captures both formal and informal business activity measuring Malaysia’s aspirations, attitudes and activities.

Global STEP Booklet, Volume II; Sustaining Entrepreneurial Family Businesses: Developing the Core, Expanding the Boundaries

Co-editors and authors researched sixteen trans-generational family firms from ten countries (Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Belgium, UK, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Uganda, and USA) to produce this powerful research booklet that is now available for academics, practitioners, and families!

KARANGKRAF: GROWING WHILE ENERGIZING MALAYSIAN SOULS AND MINDS

written by Asst. Prof. Dr. Leilanie Mohd Nor and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohar Yusof is on Chapter 7; page 51.

Global STEP Booklet, Vol. 1 : Evidence based, practical insights for Enterprising Families

17 family businesses Europe, Latin America and Asia : The process of creating new streams of value across time is a complicated phenomenon with many factors playing a significant role. Despite the diverse factors and global nature of family firms, our analysis of the learning from the STEP Project has revealed at least four common themes:

• Entrepreneurial attitudes, behaviors, and performance
• Resources and familiness
• Governance and planning
• Knowledge and competencies

RESOURCES AND FAMILINESS:
“MALAYSIA : FAMILY-INFLUENCED RESOURCE POOL (FAMILINESS) AND ENTREPRENEURIAL PERFORMANCE”
written by Leilanie Mohd Nor, Mohar Yusof, Siri Roland Xavier, Dewi Amat Sapuan, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak.
on page 39.

Entrepreneurship in Malaysia – The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) Malaysian Report, 2009

This entrepreneurship study was done not only to indicate the entrepreneurial activity in Malaysia but also to compare Malaysia with countries within the GEM international entrepreneurship survey.

These countries are at various stages of development and this will allow us to better understand where we stand and more importantly how we can go forward, via policies and/or regulations with less guesswork and more actual and factual information.