GMJACS Vol -9 No. 2 2019


1. Stimulating Unceremonious Mobile Learning: An Empirical Study of Business Students of Sindh, Pakistan

Salman Manzoor , Dr. Muhammad Asim , Dr. Bashir Ahmad

2. The Moderating Role of Access to Physical Infrastructure on the Relationship between Entrepreneurial Orientation and Firm Performance

Syed Noman Mustafa , Dr. Shahid Jan , Dr. Fayaz Ali Shah

3. Perceived e-recruiting implementation, HR personnel’s job satisfaction and turnover intention in service-oriented small and medium firms in Pakistan

Naveed R. Khan , Akhtiar Ali , Sayma Zia

4. Impact of Leadership Styles on Project success: Evidence from Private Sector Firms of Construction Industry

M Anwar Khan, M. Ifitkhar Ali, M Umar

5. Corporate Investment and Equity Market Anomalies through the Lens of Stock Liquidity: Evidence from Pakistan

Mah Noor Shehzadi, Abdul Raheman, Sagheer Muhammad

6. Job Autonomy and Work Engagement: The mediating role of job crafting and the moderating role of proactive personality

Usman Ahsan , Muhammad Anwar ul Haq , Mirza Ashfaq Ahmad

7. Impact of Electronic Word of Mouth on Customer Purchase Intention: Moderating Role of Social Risk and Mediating Role of In-person Word of Mouth. A study of the Gaming Industry of Pakistan

Kashif Abrar , Dr Asif Khurshid Mian  and Sobia Zaman

8. Contingency framework of Management Accounting System in SMEs of Pakistan

Danish Iqbal Godil , Muhammad Kashif  and Salman Sarwat

9. Identifying sustainability strategies for public sector projects of developing countries

Muhammad Iftikhar Ali , Riaz Ahmed

10. Role of ownership in corporate governance and its impact on Firm performance: A case of companies listed in Pakistan Stock exchange

Kiran Farooq  Amir Manzoor

11. The Impact of Indulgence and Restrain cultural dimension on Brand equity

Syeda Quratulain Kazmi  and Dr. Mustaghis Ur Rahman

12. Gender Differences on Perceived Social Support and Psychological Distress among University Students

Razi Sultan Siddiqui, Dr. Anjum Ara Jahangir, Dr. Atif Hassan

13. Hilarious sitcoms as marketing platform to enhance product appeal through star power:  A study to investigate the effectiveness of QMobile advertisement when introduced in situational comedy Bulbulay

Maliha Baig , Ahmad Farooq Butt  and Muhammad Arif Khattak



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