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Dr. Aniza Othman

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Dr. Aniza Othman
Senior Lecturer / Head Panel of Accounting
Department of Accounting and Finance
Financial Accounting and Reporting, Accounting Education, Informal Entrepreneurship, University-Industry Technology Commercialization
PhD in Business & Management (Entrepreneurship & Innovation), University of Nottingham, MA in Accounting & Financial Management, University of Essex, Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons), Universiti Utara Malaysia
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anizaothman@hotmail.com
T08-02-08-04
+6075610076
+6075610099

Publication

BOOKS

  1. Mohd Noor Azli bin Ali Khan, Ahamad Zaidi bin Bahari, Aniza binti Othman, Kamaruzzaman bin Abdul Rahim, Noriza binti Mohd Jamal, Pengenalan Perakaunan Kewangan, 2005 [9833205518].

TEACHING MONOGRAF

  1. Mohd Noor Azli bin Ali Khan, Ahamad Zaidi bin Bahari, Aniza binti Othman, Kamaruzzaman bin Abdul Rahim, Noriza binti Mohd Jamal, Perakaunan Kewangan Jilid 1 (Edisi 1) (2002).
  2. Mohd Noor bin Azli Ali Khan, Ahamad Zaidi bin Bahari, Aniza binti Othman, Kamaruzzaman bin Abdul Rahim, Noriza binti Mohd Jamal, Perakaunan Kewangan Jilid 1 (Edisi 2) (2003).

RESEARCH MONOGRAF

  1. Maisarah Mohamed Saat, Noriza Mohd. Jamal and Aniza Othman (2004). Lecturers' And Students' Perceptions On Ethics In Academia and Lecturer-Student Interaction.  Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development, UTM.
  2. Syaharizatul Norizwan Muktar, Norlin Ahmad, Aniza Othman, Thuaibah @ Suaibah Abu Bakar, Norhaiza Ahmad, Sariati Azman, Rossilah Jamil and Salwa Abdul Patah (2007). The Human Touch of Quality Culture Towards Motivation to Work in UTM. Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development, UTM.
  3. Angelina Yee Seow Voon, Chong Aik Lee, Zakaria Abas, Jimmy Tam Kok Chian and Aniza Othman (2014). The Research, Development and Commercialization Ecosystem in Malaysian Higher Education. The Ministry of Education.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Othman, A. and Abdul Kohar, U.H. (forthcoming).  ‘University-Industry Technology Commercialization in Malaysia: Opportunities and Challenges’. World Applied Science Journal, Special Issue. Pakistan: IDOSI. (ISSN 1818-4952). 

Research

  1. The Use of Financial Ratio Analysis in Predicting Companies Failure. Masters Dissertation.
  2. Lecturers’ and Students’ Perceptions on Ethics in Teaching and Lecturer-Student Interaction (University Grant). Funded by the Research Management Center (RMC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (RM7,100).
  3. The Human Touch of Quality Culture towards Motivation to Work in UTM (University Grant).  Funded by the Research Management Center (RMC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (RM15,000).
  4. Performance of University Technology Transfer Offices in Malaysia. PhD Thesis.
  5. Research, Development and Commercialization Policy for Ministry of Higher Education (FRGS - Topdown). Funded by the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia (RM350,000).
  6. Market Study and Commercialization on Cardiac Device (RU - Flagship Grant). Funded by the Research Management Centre (RMC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (RM30,000).
  7. A Study on Market Needs, Analysis, Potential and Commercialization Strategy for Cardio Devices (RU - Flagship Grant). Funded by the Research Management Center (RMC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (RM25,100).
  8. An Integrated Model for Promoting Sustained Competitive Advantage of Born Global Ventures in Malaysia (RU Grant). Funded by the Research Management Center (RMC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (RM30,000).
  9. Empowering Business Ethics among Malaysian Entrepreneurs:  Investigating the Mediating Role of Business Ethics on Performance (RU Grant). Funded by the Research Management Center (RMC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (RM20,000).
  10. Entrepreneurial Orientation of University Researchers, Technology Transfer Officers, and Top Management in Research Commercialization (FRGS). Funded by the Ministry of Education, Malaysia (RM89,200).

Proceedings

  1. Maisarah Mohd. Saat, Aniza Othman, and Noriza Mohd. Jamal (2003), The Impact of Non-Audit Services on Auditors Independence:  Perceptions of Auditors in Malaysia, 4th Annual Conference of the Asian Academic Accounting Association (AAAA), October 2003, Seoul, Korea.
  2. Maisarah Mohd. Saat, Aniza Othman, and Noriza Mohd. Jamal (2003), The Non-Audit Services:  Reviewed Guidelines by Professional Accounting Bodies and Auditors’ Perceptions, Accounting Seminar 2003, December 2003, Perlis, Malaysia.
  3. Maisarah Mohd. Saat, Aniza Othman, and Noriza Mohd. Jamal (2004), The Ethics of Faculty Behaviour:  Academicians’ View, 1st International Borneo Business Conference (IBBC), December 2004, Sabah, Malaysia.
  4. Maisarah Mohd. Saat, Aniza Othman, and Noriza Mohd. Jamal (2005), Lecturers’ and Students’ Perceptions on Ethics in Teaching and Lecturer-Student Interaction, National Conference on Human Resource Management and Development, February 2005, Johor, Malaysia.
  5. Mohamed Fuad Ahmad, Hamidah Ab. Rahman, Norzaidahwati Zaidin, Faruk Muhammad, Mohd. Noor Azli Ali Khan, Dr. Rozeyta Omar, Sariati Azman, Rosillah Jamil and Aniza Othman (2006), Students Development Programs at the Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, National Student Development Conference (NASDEC 2006), August 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 
  6. Othman, A., Mosey., S. and Binks, M. (2010).  A Dynamic Capabilities Approach to Understanding the Performance of University Technology Transfer Offices in a Resource-constrained Context, Technology Transfer Society (T2S) Annual Conference, November 2010, Washington D. C., USA.
  7. Othman, A., Mosey, S. and Noke, H. (2011).  The Construction of a Resource Base by University Technology Transfer Offices in a Resource-constrained Environment, Technology Transfer Society (T2S) Annual Conference, September 2011, Augsburg, Germany.
  8. Nurfarah Liayana Abd Samad, Norhalimah Idris, Aniza Othman, Norliza Mohd Salleh (2013). Nurses Competence Acquisition:  Justification for Focus Group Discussion as an Exploratory Research Tool, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, May 2013, Tokyo, Japan (ISSN 2010-376X).
  9. Abdul Kohar, U.H., Latip, H.A. and Othman, A., Exploring the Role of University Towards the Sustainability of Malaysian Bumiputera (Indigenous) Technology-Based Firms,  Asia Pacific Marketing and Management Conference,  November 2013, Sarawak, Malaysia.
  10. Othman, A. and Abdul Kohar, U.H. (2013).  University-Industry Technology Commercialization in Malaysia:  Opportunities and Challenges, International Conference on Innovation Challenges in Multidisciplinary Research and Practice, December 2013, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (ISBN 978-969-9347-15-3).

Consultancy

  1. Current Insurance Accounting Practices and Standards Towards the Harmonization of Accounting Practices in ASEAN.  A contract research commissioned by ASEAN Insurance Training and Research Institute (AITRI). 
  2. Impact Study on the Opening of GIANT Superstore to Retailers in Taman Bachang Utama, Mukim Bachang, Daerah Melaka Tengah, Melaka. Sponsored by Diary Farm Bhd. (RM26,000).
  3. Impact Study on the Opening of GIANT Superstore to Retailers in the Mukim Alor Malai, Daerah Kota Star, Kedah.  Sponsored by Dairy Farm Bhd. (RM 26,500).
  4. Impact Study on the Opening of TESCO Hypermarket to Retailers in the Seri Alam, Desa Tebrau, Taman Ungku Tun Aminah and Johor Bahru Business District.  Sponsored by TESCO Stores Bhd. (RM40,000).
  5. Impact Study on the Opening of GIANT Superstore to Retailers in the Bandar seri Manjung, Mukim Lumut, Daerah Manjung, Perak.  Sponsored by Dairy Farm Bhd (RM 26,500).
  6. Impact Study on the Opening of Cold Storage Superstore to Retailers in the Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.  Sponsored by Cold Storage Sdn. Bhd. (RM 26,500).
  7. Impact Study on the Opening of JUSCO Department Store to Retailers  in Mukim Pulai, Taman Bukit Indah, Johor Bahru, Johor.  Sponsored by AEON Bhd. (RM19,500).
  8. Impact Study on the Opening of TESCO Hypermarket to Retailers in the Muar and Kluang Business District.  Sponsored by TESCO Stores Bhd. (RM34,000). 
  9. Training Needs Analysis for INSKEN (Institut Keusahawanan Negara), MECD (RM499,000).
  10. A Study on Employment in the Informal Sector of Malaysia for the Institute of Labour Market and Information Analysis (ILMIA), Ministry of Human Resource (RM250,000).

Teaching

Financial Accounting and Reporting III

Financial Accounting and Reporting IV

Integrated Case Studies

Entrepreneurship and Business Development

Engineering Economy