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Jawad Syed
Lahore University of Management Sciences
SociologyEconomicsPolitical scienceSocial scienceIslam
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#1M. Ghufran Ahmad (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 1
#2Jawad Syed (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 20
This article presents a theory of how the consumption of Islamic products may promote morally consistent behavior over time. We identify and examine three unique meta-characteristics (MCs) of Islam...
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#1Tamer Koburtay (Petra University)
#2Jawad Syed (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 20
This paper examines gender practices at hotels in Jordan by scrutinizing the extent to which prejudice toward females influences their ability to emerge as effective leaders. It also examines the e...
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Abstract This study provides a ‘pyramid of hate’ perspective on issues and challenges facing minority religious communities in social and political climates that bestow permission to hate. Previous research shows that adverse social stereotypes and biases, together with non-inclusive policies and practices at the level of the state, create an enabling environment that signals the legitimacy of public hostility towards a minority community. This paper argues that such climates of hate within and ...
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#1Mariam Mohsin (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 1
#2Jawad Syed (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 20
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#1Muntaha Banihani (College of Business Administration)H-Index: 2
#2Jawad Syed (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 20
AbstractWork engagement is assumed, implicitly, to be gender-neutral where women and men have equal opportunities to demonstrate their engagement in the workplace. This paper questions this assumption and integrates gender into the notion of work engagement by investigating and contextualising the factors that affect the genderedness of work engagement. It uses gendered organisation theory and engagement theory to expose the gendered nature of work engagement. Interviewing thirty-six employees f...
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#1Julie Davies (University of Huddersfield)H-Index: 4
#2Emily YarrowH-Index: 1
Last. Jawad Syed (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 20
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#1Edwina PioH-Index: 12
#2Jawad Syed (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 20
Diversity management is generally considered to be rooted in activism, legislation and scholarship in Europe and North America. In this article, we draw on the notion of historical empathy to analy...
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#1Jawad Syed (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 20
This chapter highlights the important role of ethics and governance norms in multi-country and cross-cultural contexts and illustrates this discussion by focusing on the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The chapter contrasts Islamic and Chinese concepts in ethics and discusses their implications for CPEC and governance. This perspective is important to develop a contextual approach to ethics and governance and make full use of the opportunities for economic and human development offered ...
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#1Jawad Syed (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 20
The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has tremendous potential to transform regional dynamics in terms of socioeconomic development, trade and politics. However, this is unfolding against the backdrop of looming security threats in Pakistan. Internally, these threats come from extremist Islamist and ethnocentric groups in Pakistan. Externally, some foreign powers are alleged to be involved in trying to sabotage CPEC. These threats are real in terms of incidents of violence against Chinese ...
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#1Jawad Syed (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)H-Index: 20
#2Syed Khawaja Anser Mahmood (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)
Last. Saud Khan Afridi (LUMS: Lahore University of Management Sciences)
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In the wake of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the construction industry in Pakistan has received a significant boost. Investments by Chinese and Pakistani governments as well as private sectors are especially aimed at the construction of power plants and transport infrastructure. Historically, power shortages in Pakistan have been a major challenge facing domestic users as well as local and international investors and industrialists. To address some of these issues, CPEC ‘early har...
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