IJMRES - Volume 7 Issue 1 (2017)

International Journal of Management and Emerging Sciences (IJMRES)
Volume 7 (1), 2017
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Table of Contents

ANALYSIS OF VOLATILITY SPILLOVER OF PORTFOLIO RETURNS: EVIDENCE FROM PAKISTANI STOCK MARKET
Fauzia Mubarik and Attiya Yasmin Javid

Abstract: The present study attempts to model and analyze the lagged asymmetric volatility spillover effect between the high/low beta portfolio returns and the economic variables returns in case of Pakistan for the time period of July 2001 to June 2015 respectively. The lagged effect is taken to analyze and model the previous effect of the volatility spillover . . . [PDF]

FOREIGN TOURISM AND POVERTY IN PAKISTAN: AN APPLICATION OF ARDL APPROACH
Fareed Shareef, Muhammad Ramzan Sheikh, and Salman Masood

Abstract: This paper is an attempt to investigate the empirical relationship between tourism and poverty in Pakistan using the data from 1972 to 2016 by employing the Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) technique. Bounds testing procedure shows that there exists a long run relationship between tourism and poverty. The findings of the study . . . [PDF]

UNDER THE SHADOW OF DESTRUCTIVE LEADERSHIP: CAUSAL EFFECT OF JOB STRESS ON TURNOVER INTENTION OF EMPLOYEES IN CALL CENTERS
Nadia Zubair Ahmed Khan, Asma Imran, and Aizza Anwar

Abstract: The purpose of the study is to analyze the dark side of leadership behaviors leading to cause job stress and their impact on turnover intention of employees as work outcome. Working under the dark shadow of destructive leaders creates stress and anxiety that effect indirectly and consequently lead employees to turnover from their job position . . . [PDF]

MEDIATING ROLE OF WORK ENGAGEMENT IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB SATISFACTION AND TURNOVER INTENTION: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM HOSPITALS IN LAHORE, PAKISTAN
Rizwan Qaiser Danish, Amna Gohar, Ashfaq Ahmad, and Saba Shaukat

Abstract: The basic purpose of this research is to examine the relationship between job satisfaction and turnover intention in the presence of mediating variable of work engagement in hospitals of Lahore, Pakistan. Data was collected through self-administered questionnaire which was distributed among public and private hospital . . . [PDF]

THE INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP STYLES ON EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE UNDER PERCEPTIONS OF ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS: A STUDY OF TELECOM SECTOR IN PAKISTAN
Kashif Rathore, Chaudhry Abdul Khaliq, and Nauman Aslam

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between leadership styles and employee performance. In addition to that, this study also examines the mediation effect of perceived organizational politics between leadership styles and employee performance in the telecom sector of Lahore, Pakistan. Positivism research paradigm and . . . [PDF]

IMPACT OF AGENTIC WORK BEHAVIORS ON JOB SATISFACTION AND LIFE SATISFACTION: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF TEACHERS IN HEI OF BALOCHISTAN
Nimra Nasir, Jahanvash Karim, and Zainab Bibi

Abstract: The main objective of this study is to determine the impact of two agentic work behaviors (task focus and heedful relating) on job and life satisfaction among a sample of 210 full time employed university teachers in the public and private sector universities of Balochistan. Data for the present study were gathered . . . [PDF]