IJMRES - Volume 8 Issue 1 (2018)

International Journal of Management and Emerging Sciences (IJMRES)
Volume 8 (1), 2018
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Table of Contents

HRM PRACTICES AND INNOVATION CAPABILITIES IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY: MEDIATING ROLE OF HUMAN AND SOCIAL CAPITAL
Muqddas Rehman, Kashif Mahmood and Shahan Mehmood Cheema

Abstract: The objective of this study is to investigate the effect of human resource management (HRM) functions on innovation capabilities through mediation of intellectual capital. This study has also tried to examine the effect of HRM practices on both components of intellectual capital: human and social capital. This study has been carried in . . . [PDF]

THE EFFECT OF STOCK MARKETS OF MAJOR DEVELOPED COUNTRIES ON PAKISTAN STOCK MARKET
Jamil Ahmed Chaudary, Muqddas Rehman, Muhammad Ramzan Mehar, and Mariam Nazeer

Abstract: The study tests the relationship among stock markets of selected developed countries and Pakistan stock market for 12 years from the period Jan. 1994 to Dec. 2016. The objective of this research is to analyze the long-run relationship of stock markets of USA, Japan, and Australia with Pakistan stock market . . . [PDF]

HAS GLOBALIZATION CHANGED LIFESTYLES? A CASE STUDY OF PUNJAB, PAKISTAN
Atif Khan Jadoon, Syeda Azra Batool, and Ambreen Sarwar

Abstract: In the past few decades, some remarkable developments in the fields of information technology, transportation and communication have led to the development of closer contacts between people all around the world. As a result of these developments and increased global integration the world has started experiencing the . . . [PDF]

ASSESSING THE MODERATED- MEDIATION PARADIGM OF ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN THE TEXTILE SECTOR OF PAKISTAN
Kanwal Bilal, Faisal Tehseen Shah, and Muhammad Ibrahim Abdullah

Abstract: Resilience is a subject that has obtained a lot of attention among those responsible for performance and wellbeing in organizations, as the work environment becomes increasingly challenging and uncertain. Despite its potential benefits in a wide range of circumstances, organizational resilience capacity received scant attention in relation to . . . [PDF]

TESTING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL KUZNETS CURVE AND POLLUTION HAVEN HYPOTHESIS: A CONTINENTAL ANALYSIS
Hamad Hasul Khan and Farzana Naheed Khan

Abstract: Environmental pollution and sustainable development have become major concerns for policy makers as both may not be achieved simultaneously. On one hand, economic growth and foreign direct investments (FDI) are necessary for the countries to prosper. On the other hand, economic growth and FDI are related with . . . [PDF]

THE OUTCOMES OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (R&D) CENTERS IN PUBLIC SECTOR UNIVERSITIES OF PAKISTAN
Jam Muhammad Zafar, Adeel Akhtar, and Muhammad Shakir

Abstract: This research study evaluated the extent to which psychological factors (overconfidence, confirmation bias) effect on investor’s decision-making process. The ultimate objective of the current study is to investigate the effect of psychological factors on investor investment decision making. To achieve this objective, this study used quantitative . . . [PDF]

THE INFLUENCE OF BEHAVIOURAL BIASES ON INVESTMENT DECISION MAKING: A MODERATING ROLE OF RELIGIOSITY AMONG PAKISTANI INVESTORS
Waseem-Ul-Hameed, Saeed Ahmad Sabir, Shazma Razzaq, and Asad Afzaal Humanyon

Abstract: This research study evaluated the extent to which psychological factors (overconfidence, confirmation bias) effect on investor’s decision-making process. The ultimate objective of the current study is to investigate the effect of psychological factors on investor investment decision making. To achieve this objective, this study used quantitative approach and . . . [PDF]

COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ENTREPRENEURIAL TRAINING; ENSURING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN UGANDA
Amaal Kinene Nsereko and Wasajja James Kiwanuka

Abstract: This study has been conducted among market vendors at Gaba, a suburb located on the shores of Lake Victoria, Uganda. The study was intended to equip the market vendors with managerial and entrepreneurial skills to enable them to improve their productivity. The study was phenomenological in nature and the voice of . . . [PDF]