Testing the Impact of the Central Banks Support for the Experience of Converting the Conventional Banks into Islamic in Libya Multiple-Groups Analysis Using Structural Equation Modeling
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Research Proposals or Synopsis | Economics | Malaysia | Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015

Testing the Impact of the Central Banks Support for the Experience of Converting the Conventional Banks into Islamic in Libya Multiple-Groups Analysis Using Structural Equation Modeling

Marai .A .D Abdalla; Muhammad Ridhwan Aziz; Fuadah Johari

This study aims to test the Influence of the central banks support as a Moderating Variable on the relationship between the independent factors model (the availability of the qualified human resources in Islamic banks, the availability of the Islamic capital market, the employees willingness to convert into Islamic banks and the success of the Islamic banking experience) and the dependent factor (the success of the experience in converting into Islamic banks in Libya). Structural equation modeling is used to test the impact of the Moderating Variable (central banks support). Where it is depended on the method of sampling or analysis of what is known as Multiple-Groups analysis. The paragraphs of the central bank variable are collected and divided into two groups according to the mean of the total paragraphs. In addition, according to the relative weights given to the paragraphs of the questionnaire the first group consisted of the grades less than the mean and it is considered as the group which is supporter of the existence of support. While the second group consisted of the grades higher than the mean and considered as the group which is not supporter of the existence of support. The study found that the model of success of converting the conventional banks into Islamic in the presence of the support of the central bank is appropriate for the first group and inappropriate in light of the lack of support by the central bank for the second group.

Keywords: central bank, the external environment, conventional banks into Islamic, supporter of the Central Bank's support, not supporter of the Central Bank's support.

Edition: Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015

Pages: 1947 - 1955

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Marai .A .D Abdalla; Muhammad Ridhwan Aziz; Fuadah Johari, "Testing the Impact of the Central Banks Support for the Experience of Converting the Conventional Banks into Islamic in Libya Multiple-Groups Analysis Using Structural Equation Modeling", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SUB158591, Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015, 1947 - 1955

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