IJMRES - Volume 11 Issue 1 (2021)

International Journal of Management and Emerging Sciences (IJMRES)
Volume 11 (1), 2021
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Table of Contents

WORK FROM HOME AND EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE DURING COVID19 OUTBREAK: ROLE OF TIME AND COMMUNICATION CULTURES
Dr. Naveed Iqbal Chaudhry, Dr. Naveed Jhamat, Hafiz Abdur Rashid, Ayesha Iqbal

Abstract: TThe purpose of this paper is to analyse the impact of telecommuting on “In Role Performance (IRP) and Extra Role Performance (ERP) of employees” and the research has also examined the moderating effect of “Polychronic Time Culture (PTC) vs Monochronic Time Culture MTC” and “High Context Culture (HCC) vs low context culture (LCC) on the relationship between teleworking and IRP and ERP, whether these factors moderate the relationship or not… [PDF]

LEISURE INVOLVEMENT AND PLACE ATTACHMENT ON SHOPPING MALL REVISIT INTENTION: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF QUALITY OF LIFE
M.S Shaheera Ahmad, Dr. Leonardo Aureliano-Silva

Abstract: This study investigates the impact of leisure involvement, and place attachment on revisit intention with the mediating role of quality of life. This survey was composed of 300 individuals in a shopping mall in Lahore, Pakistan. The data was analyzed through Partial Least Square – Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM).. . . . [PDF]

RAMIFICATIONS OF GOVERNANCE INFRASTRUCTURE AND FDI FLUX IN PAKISTAN
Khawaja Asif Mehmood, Syeda Azra Batool, Maria Ishtiaq

Abstract: The prominence of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to Pakistan is due to its positive macroeconomic fallouts. The factors that maneuver as impediment towards FDI are socioeconomic in nature. To deliberate such factors, this study is distinctive in context of incorporating governance infrastructure such as; political stability, quality of governance, and control of corruption for the period of 1980-2018. . . . [PDF]

THE IMPACT OF E-SERVICE QUALITY, FACEBOOK USAGE AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ON E-LEARNING SYSTEMS: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF STUDENT SATISFACTION
Sidra Shehzadi, Dr. Samia Jamshed, Hira Nosheen, Jamil Asim, Sehar Alam Bhatti,
Shazia Akram

Abstract: The adoption of e-learning systems has been increasing and reports indicate that Asia has the highest percentage of the growth towards e-learning systems. Following this backdrop, the main purpose of the present study was to evaluate the role of the E-service quality, Facebook usage, artificial intelligence, and student satisfaction on the usage of the E-learning systems.. . . [PDF]

EXAMINING THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP READINESS AMONG OMANI STUDENTS USING THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS
Muhammad Tahir

Abstract: The main objective of this study is to investigate the entrepreneurship intentions among the Omani students. For this purpose, we utilized the theory of planned behavior and its three components including attitude, social norms, and perceived behavioral control and checking their effects on entrepreneurship intentions among the students. Data is collected from UTAS-Nizwa final year students (n=85). Key findings of the study are that attitude towards entrepreneurship (β=.705, P<05) and social norms (β=.873, P<05) have positive and significant effects on entrepreneurship intentions among the students… [PDF]

THE EFFECT OF SMS MARKETING ON ATTITUDE, INTENTION AND BUYING BEHAVIOR OF CONSUMERS OF KARACHI
Sheraz Bin Sher Muhammad, Dr. Muhammad Asim, Salman Manzoor

Abstract: These days where mobile playing a significant role in every individual’s life. No one can live without it. Due to the rapid increase of mobile usage, the marketing industry also entered in the grow the market tree from it. It was an obvious reaction that the recipient was not only read the message but also respond to it quickly. Perhaps, in this study was derived from the consumer of Karachi and find the consumer attitude towards SMS advertising and find that whether consumer buying decision was to rely upon SMS advertising… [PDF]

PARENTAL AND MATERNAL STYLES OF PARENTING AND STUDENT’S ACHIEVEMENT
Anum Riaz, Muhammad Taimoor Awais

Abstract: This current research paper aims to elaborate on the paternal and maternal styles of parenting on students’ achievement in educational institutions. The universal right to all children is education. The content of the infant is also increased and made it effective to incorporate the parenting models. In this study, the dependent variable is students’ achievement and the independent variable is parenting styles at the elementary level…. [PDF]

THE ROLE OF THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ZIMBABWE IN FOSTERING PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT OF EMAIL IN ZIMBABWE’S CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
Samson Mutsagondo

Abstract: Management of emerging technologies such as business electronic mail (email) has been a perennial challenge in many developing countries. Amongst challenges to effective management of email are lapses in legal, policy and procedural frameworks, skills and information and communication technology infrastructural deficiencies….. [PDF]

INTRINSIC CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES AND FIRM’S CASH HOLDINGS IN PAKISTAN
Muhammad Zahid Javed, Zia Batool, Waseem Ul Hameed, Naheed Sultana

Abstract: The study investigates the association of intrinsic corporate governance practices and cash holdings of manufacturing organizations, listed with the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX). Panel data extracted from the financial reports of the organizations provided on the website of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) is applied for the purpose of analysis to study the relationship among variables. The organization’s cash holdings are considered the quantity of cash and liquid assets stated in the statement of financial position. Sample of 276 listed manufacturing organizations has been taken by applying census sampling technique….[PDF]

THE IMPACTS OF FLUCTUATIONS IN PUBLIC REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN PAKISTAN: AN IMPULSE RESPONSE APPROACH
Zia Ur Rahman, Musarat Abbas, Madiha Riaz and Saeed Ur Rahman

Abstract: Allocation of public revenue among productive and non-productive expenditure and its impact on GDP are not extensively studies in Pakistan. In this study, we examine the relationship between government revenue, productive and non-productive expenditure and economic growth and sustainability over the period of 1978-2018 with the help of Johansen co-integration, error correction test and Impulse Response Function…..[PDF]

FACTORS PRECEIVED TO INFLUENCE THE PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYEES WITH MEDIATING EFFECT OF EMPLOYEES SATISFACTION; A CASE STUDY OF CIVIL DEFENCE DIRECTORATE
Muhammad Umair Afzal

Abstract: In developing countries like Pakistan, mostly the public sector departments give not as much of focus on the performance / capacity building as well as the satisfaction of the employees, the research was conducted to know the influence of the factors perceived on the performance of public sector employees by increasing satisfaction and for this purpose the Civil Defence Department was selected……[PDF]