Hina Munir

Hina Munir
National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences

PhD (Management Sciences and Engineering: Entrepreneurship)

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Education
October 2015 - July 2019
Northwestern Polytechnical University
Field of study
  • Management Sciences and Engineering (Entrepreneurship)

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Publications (26)
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Employing self-determination and social identification theories, we examined how servant leadership, which focuses on employees’ needs, influences project success. Based on 453 responses from project team leader–project team member dyads working in a single organization, our findings suggest that servant leadership enhances project success predomin...
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The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between identity centrality and entrepreneurial intention. Based on a survey of 275 academic scientists from 14 Chinese universities, the results show that entrepreneurial identity centrality positively influences the intention to engage in research commercialisation activities, such as spin-...
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Purpose: This study examines the mechanisms and conditions that influence how transformational leadership affects project success through the lens of social information processing theory. Design/methodology/approach: A dual-stage moderated mediation model was proposed wherein the effect of transformational leadership on project success is mediat...
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Purpose Drawing on the entrepreneurial event model (EEM), entrepreneurship education programs (EEPs) and perceived contextual support (adapted from social cognitive career theory) and perceived contextual barriers, this study aims to unravel the differences in entrepreneurial activity among university students in higher education institutes in two...
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Since the start of twenty-first century, in the face of rapid globalization, a dynamic marketplace, the emergence of new technologies, innovation, and new business models, there has been an increasing need for young university graduates to be entrepreneurial, creative, and self-confident. This study is underpinned by “personal abilities-intention b...
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Purpose Drawing on the social cognition theory, the purpose of this research is to explore how selected individual and organizational determinants, namely individual academic output (AO) and previous commercialization experience, organizational scientific reputation and entrepreneurial support policies (ESPs) influence their broadly-defined academi...
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Drawing on the theory of complexity, the purpose of current research is to utilise fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fs-QCA) to explore how casual configurations of academic scientists’ human capital– scientific output, previous commercialisation experience, as well as institutional context, such as organisational scientific reputation, d...
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Purpose – The study aims to explore how young consumers perceive and adopt the online e-waste collection platform, by developing a conceptual framework that integrates the theory of planned behavior, the technology acceptance model and the perceived risk. Based on conceptual framework, the study further identifies factors that positively or negativ...
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Human capital variables (such as practical learning, education and experience) affect cognitive decision making abilities of individuals which permit them to identify entrepreneurial opportunities. Therefore, this study aims to establish an integrated model considering the theory of planned behavior (TPB) and human capital variables considering Pak...
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The massive generation of electronic waste (e-waste) and the informal recycling of e-waste are serious concerns in China. As a hazardous waste stream, e-waste calls for sustainable management practices to avoid adverse effects on environment and health. However, consumers’ awareness and active participation are needed to make e-waste management suc...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to extend the existing literature on entrepreneurial intentions (EIs) by employing the integrated model of personality traits and the theory of planned behavior (TPB). It further examines the mediating role of TPB’s dimensions between personality traits and EIs of final-year university students in two diverse e...
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Entrepreneurship plays an important role in economic development, employment generation and wellbeing of society. Educators and policymakers have been concerned to boost the entrepreneurial activities among youth. However, there have been ongoing researches on exploring several factors that enhance entrepreneurial activities and also differ across...
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Studies confirm that intentions have a significant impact on venture creation decision; however, several factors influence intentions differently in every economy. For this reason, the study aims to investigate differentiated effect of social factors in two different economies: China and Pakistan. In particular, this study compares and contrasts ho...
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Emerging evidence indicates that many microRNAs (miRNAs) are indispensable regulators of osteoblast differentiation and bone formation. However, role of miRNAs in mechanotransduction of osteoblasts remains to be elucidated. This study aimed to identify a mechanosensitive miRNA that regulates Activin A receptor type I (ACVR1)-induced osteogenic diff...
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Even though there has been an emergent interest in business incubation programs due to the copious benefits imitative from such programs, the program continues to experience an array of different challenges. This paper sought to investigate and identify the various challenges facing business incubators (BI’s) in the effort to provide much needed su...
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Nowadays, in the era of competitiveness, competition, innovation and development of a country cannot be achieved without the successful entrepreneurial process. The current research is intended to elaborate the factors that obstruct the drive of entrepreneurship in Pakistan. For this purpose a quantitative survey was conducted in order to examine t...
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In this rapidly growing and competitive technological development world, business incubation is a very supportive and productive tool for promoting the entrepreneurial environment, job creation and economic development. The efficacy of incubators is a crucial aspect for boosting the speed of local, regional and national economies and SMEs developme...
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In the contemporary world, the production of suitable goods and commodities and business developments, the business technology incubators are considered important for the inception of new ideas and combining them with the available resources. Similarly, business and technology incubators are considered a backbone to accelerate the innovation and ne...

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This study is underpinned by the "theory of planned behavior (TPB)" model with personal entrepreneurial characteristics to understand intentionality, to develop and extend the integrated theoretical model of EIs. First, personality–intention based framework by employing the integrated role of personality traits: risk-taking propensity (RTP); proactive personality (PP); and locus of control (LoC) and TPB. It further aims to present the mediating role of TPB’s dimensions; attitude towards entrepreneurship (ATE), subjective norms (SN) and perceived behavioral control (PBC) between personality traits and EIs and to provide differences among university students in two diverse economies i.e. China and Pakistan. Second, personal abilities–intention based framework by employing the integrated role of personal abilities: creativity (CRE); self-confidence (SC) and TPB. It further examines the meditational role of TPB’s dimensions as well as presents the multigroup differences among Pakistani university students from different sub-groups such as Gender, EE (having or not), faculty discipline (business vs non business) and university affiliation (public vs private).
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The Effect Of Perceived Organizational Support And Job Attitudes On Employee Retention; Mediating Role Of Perceived Person Organization Fit In Banking Sector Of Lahore, Pakistan