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Sustainable Technology and Entrepreneurship     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 13)
International Research Journal of Management Science     Open Access   (Followers: 12)
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International Journal of Business Reflections     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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International Journal of Business Reflections
Number of Followers: 2  

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ISSN (Print) 2708-9290 - ISSN (Online) 2708-9304
Published by U of the Punjab Homepage  [5 journals]
  • WHY DO ENTREPRENEURS LEAVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP' EXPLORATORY STUDY FROM
           LAHORE, PAKISTAN

    • Authors: Salman Zafar, Muhammad Rizwan Saleem Sandhu, Muhammad Zaheer
      Abstract:  The purpose of this study was to find out the factors that are responsible for entrepreneurs to quit entrepreneurship and join the job industry. This qualitative study was designed to fulfill the objectives via interviewing ex-entrepreneurs and getting first-hand information from business owners themselves who had faced the problem in their business tenure. Interviewing the respondents brought out a number of factors that had ultimately forced them to wind up their businesses. These factors were then carved out broadly categorized as internal or external factors which led to either managerial or financial reasons. Conducting this research was a tedious task as people are not willing to share their previous or unpleasant memories furthermore.  They were hesitant to share a part of their personal life experience. Due to limited resources and time the research was conducted in the city of Lahore which and therefore limited in its scope. Nevertheless, this study has produced credible information which can be useful for future entrepreneurs. Keywords: Business failure; Small business; Failure factors  
      PubDate: 2022-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 3 (2022)
       
  • EMPIRICAL NEXUS BETWEEN WORKING AND FINANCIAL WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
           AND ITS ANALOGY TO CAPITAL STRUCTURE

    • Authors: Waqas Khan, Muhammad Waqas, Ali Raza Ellahi, Qazi Muhammad Ali
      Abstract: Production-oriented firms need operational as well as financial working capital to sustain the business in a competitive environment. However, firms in underdeveloped countries face many issues in meeting the capital and revenue nature expenditure. Due to this issue these firms arrange capital from other sources like seed money. The financial working capital is linked with working capital components. Working capital is performing as an intermediary role between financial working capital and the capital structure of the firms. This study is proved that working capital is playing an intermediary role between financial working capital and capital structure of textile sector firms through empirical findings and as well as used GLS, Random Effect, Fixed Effect and GMM Techniques. Keywords: Financial Working Capital;  Working Capital; Capital Structure; WACC; GMM; GLS; Random Effect; Fixed Effect; Textile Sector Firms; Pakistan Stock Exchange

      PubDate: 2022-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 3 (2022)
       
  • DETERMINANTS OF ORGANIC FOOD PURCHASE BEHAVIOR: A MEDIATION ANALYSIS

    • Authors: Anum Hussain, Sara Aslam
      Abstract: The adoption of sustainable practices is an imperative and urgent need for economies. The food manufacturing processes and the consumption patterns have an impact on the individuals and the atmosphere. This study has been conducted with the aim to understand the determinants of organic food purchase behavior. For that purpose, this study hypothesized the mediation effects of attitudes towards buying organic food between organic food purchase behavior and four consumers’ personal factors, green marketing practices and price barriers. The research was carried out in the developing economy of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Convenience Sampling was used as the sampling technique. For this research, the respondents were 260 consumers of organic foods from the city of Lahore, Pakistan. The technique applied on this study was Process Hayes. The results of the data suggested that attitude towards buying organic food has positive significant mediations between organic food purchase behavior and all of the dependent variables.  Keywords: Environmental Concerns; Organic Food Purchase Behavior; Green Marketing
      PubDate: 2022-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 3 (2022)
       
  • FOSTERING ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE BY ADOPTING GREEN HR PRACTICES: THE
           MEDIATING ROLE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN

    • Authors: Memoona Sajid, Rameen Maqsood, Raheel Safdar
      Abstract:  Integration of eco-friendly practices with Human Resource practices in organization is gaining worldwide attention to capture sustainable growth. The goal of this study is to examine the impact of green HR practices on environmental performance adopted by the food and beverage industry of Lahore to gain long-term growth. Quantitative study is conducted and data is collected through a questionnaire (153) from HR employees working in the food and beverage industry of Lahore through random sampling. A structural equation model (SEM) is used. The Ability Motivation Opportunity theory provides theoretical support to this study. This study elucidates that green job description (β= 0.22), green training (β= 0.39), and green performance management and appraisal (β= 0.26) have a positive and significant effect on environmental performance. Environmental concern partially mediates the relationship between green HR practices and EP. The findings of this research are helpful for the stakeholders of the food and beverage industry in particular and human resource divisions in general in guiding them on how they can get a competitive advantage and can fulfill their urge to gain green certification by adopting green HR practices that will ultimately enhance company environmental performance. The limitation of this study is that data is collected only from food and beverage firms based in Lahore, Pakistan. Therefore, researchers are suggested to further investigating these variables with some other factors in same sectors. Keywords: Green HR practices; Sustainable growth; Environmental performance; Environmental concern 
      PubDate: 2022-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE IMPACT OF BIG DATA ANALYTICS ON SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN
           FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS INDUSTRY: EVIDENCE FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

    • Authors: Mesbaul Haque Sazu, Sakila Akter Jahan
      Abstract: Leading trends over the last couple of years tend to be the increasing value of big data and analyzing the information through analytics. The information has tremendous value; fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) businesses must capitalize on the assortment of information by proper and in-depth evaluation with the usage of big data analytics (BDA). Objective: This article seeks to spotlight the changing dynamics of the SC managing atmosphere, to recognize the way the two leading trends will influence supply chain management (SCM) in future, to demonstrate the advantages which may be derived, and to generate suggestions to provide SC managers if BDA is adopted. Method: A survey was done amongst workers of multinational FMCG businesses across the world: the Americas, Asia etc. Systemic situation modeling is used in the quantitative evaluation to analyze the information gathered from surveys. The process of deriving value from the large quantities of information within the SCM is defined. Results: The adoption of BDA technologies can develop extensive value-added as well as a financial gain for companies and can quickly be a regular during the entire market. It is demonstrated, through examples, the way SCM location might be influenced by these brand-new developments and trends. Within the examples, BDA have been adopted, utilized, and applied effectively. Big data and analytics to draw out value coming from the information can create a big influence. Conclusion: It is clearly suggested chain administrators pay attention to these 2 trends, since better usage of BDA can ensure they hold abreast with innovations modifications, which could help improve company competitiveness.Keywords: Supply chain management; Big data analytics; FMCG; Developing countries
      PubDate: 2022-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 3 (2022)
       
  • CHARACTERISTICS OF TOP MANAGEMENT INFLUENCING FIRM PERFORMANCE: A
           SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

    • Authors: Afaf Khalid
      Abstract: Considerable amount of research has investigated the influence of various characteristic of top executives on firm performance. Despite the proliferation of the research in exploring the impact of top executives’ characteristics on firm performance, the literature is fragmented and disparate. The present study aims to provide a holistic understanding of the influence of several characteristic of the top management at various strategic levels including board members, CEOs and TMTs on the performance of the firm. An integrative framework is developed that facilitates in gaining an overview of the field to help identify the future directions. Keywords: Board; CEO; TMT; Firm performance
      PubDate: 2022-06-29
      Issue No: Vol. 3 (2022)
       
 
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