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Dr Muhammad Anshari Assistant Professor, UBD School of Business and Economics

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Dr Muhammad Anshari

Assistant Professor, UBD School of Business and Economics


Muhammad Anshari is junior researcher and teaching staff at School of Business UBD. He received his BMIS (Hons) from International Islamic University Malaysia, his Master of IT (E-Business) from James Cook University Australia, and his PhD program from Universiti Brunei Darussalam (2014). His professional experience started when he was IT Business Analyst at Astra International. Research Fellowship from The Government Republic of China (Taiwan) at National Taiwan University (Jan-Dec, 2014). Research Fellowship from King Saud University The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2009. Best Paper and Presenter Award International Conference on ASEAN Studies 2 (ICONAS2) at Chulalongkorn University Bangkok Thailand 2015. Best Paper and Presenter Award, ASEAN Graduate Business Economic Programs Doctoral Colloquium April 2013, at Gadjah Mada University Indonesia.


FinTech, Big data in business, Mobile Healthcare Management, ICT & Area Studies (ASEAN), ICT in Education, Internet of Things (IoT) in Business


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Digital marketplace: challenges and opportunities in promoting economic diversification

Application invited for: Interdisciplinary research collaboration

FinTech and Big data in business: concept and applications

FinTech is Disruptive Innovation in financial sectors....!!! The emergence of FinTech related products are major disruptions in financial services that enables financial solutions and innovative business models resulting the fusion of finance and smart mobile technology.

Application invited for: Interdisciplinary research collaboration

ICT Readiness Index Development in ASEAN / Borneo

Application invited for: Interdisciplinary research collaboration

Scopus Publications


1. Anshari, M., (2017). Smartphones usage in the classrooms: Learning aid or interference?. Education and Information Technologies. DOI: 10.1007/s10639-017-9572-7. [Springer – Q1 Scopus in Information Science]

2. Anshari, M., (2016). Smartphone habit and behaviour in Brunei: personalization, gender, and generation gap. Computers in Human Behaviour. Vol. 64 (2016) 719-727. DOI. [Elsevier - Q1 Scopus in Computer Science].

3. Anshari, M., Alas, Y., & Guan, L. S. (2016). Developing online learning resources: Big data, social networks, and cloud computing to support pervasive knowledge. Education and Information Technologies, Springer 1-15. DOI: 10.1007/s10639-015-9407-3. [Springer - Q1 Scopus in Information Sciences]

4. Almunawar, M.N., Susanto, H., and Anshari, M. (2013). A Cultural Transferability on IT Business Application: iReservation System, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, Vol. 4 (2) p. 155-176. [Emerald – Q1 Scopus in Information Systems, Tourism, & Hospitality Management]

5. Anshari, M., & Lim,S.A. (2017) E-Government with Big Data Enabled through Smartphone for Public Services: Possibilities and Challenges, International Journal of Public Administration, 40:13, 1143-1158, DOI: 10.1080/01900692.2016.1242619. . [Taylor & Francis – Q2 Scopus in Business & International Management]

6. Alas, Y., Anshari, M., Sabtu, N.I., & Yunus, N.M., (2016). Second-Chance University Admission, the Theory of Planned Behaviour and Student Achievement. International Review of Education. Vol. 62 (3). P. 299 – 316. DOI: 10.1007/s11159-016-9558-5. [Springer –Q2 Scopus & ISI Indexed in Education & E-Learning].

7. Huda, M., Anshari, M., Almunawar, M. N., Shahrill, M., Tan, A., Jaidin, J. H., Daud, S., & Masri, M. (2016). Innovative teaching in higher education: The big data approach. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, November 2016, Special Issue for INTE 2016, 1210-1216. [Q2 Scopus].

8. Anshari, M., & Alas, Y. (2015). Smartphones Habits, Necessities, and Big Data Challenges. Journal of High Technology Management Research. 26 (2): 177-185. Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.hitech.2015.09.005. [Elsevier – Q2 Scopus in Management of Technology & Innovation].

9. Anshari, M., & Almunawar, M. N. (2015). Designing Role of Online Health Educators in Healthcare Services. Journal of evidence-informed social work, 12 (2), p. 220-236. [Taylor & Francis – Q2 Scopus, Medline, PubMed]

10. Almunawar, M.N., Anshari, M. & Younis, M. Z. & Kiza, A. (2015). Electronic Health Object: Transforming Static to Interactive and Extensible Healthcare Systems. Inquiry: The Journal of Healthcare Organization, Provision, & Financing. Vol. 52. DOI; 10.1177/0046958015618665. [SAGE - Q2 Scopus in Healthcare Management].

11. Anshari, M., Alas, Y., & Guan, L. S. (2015). Pervasive Knowledge, Social Networks, and Cloud Computing: E-Learning 2.0. Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 2015, 11 (5), p.909-921. DOI: 10.12973/eurasia.2015.1360a. [Moment Publications - Q2 Scopus in Education]

12. Almunawar, M.N., Anshari, M., Susanto, H., (2012). Crafting strategies for sustainability: how travel agents should react in facing a disintermediation. Operational Research. DOI 10.1007/s12351-012-0129-7, p. 27. [Springer – Q2 Scopus indexed in Strategy & Management]



UBD Research Grant Ref. No.: UBD/ORI/URC/RG336/U01 Title: Big Data Applciation in the E-Government Initiative: Feasibility Studies

Taiwan Research Fellowship No.: MOFATF2014035 Title: Consumers' Empowerment in E-Health Systems; Host Institution: National Taiwan University

Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

E-health research collaboration with Jackson State University, USA
Mobile commerce research collaboration with Binus University Indonesia