Muhammad Arshad

Muhammad Arshad
University of Lahore | UOL · Lahore Business School

PhD

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Introduction
Dr. Muhammad Arshad has completed his Ph.D. in Entrepreneurship and working as Associate Professor at Lahore Business School, The University of Lahore, Lahore, Pakistan. He has 10 years of teaching and research experience. His teaching interests are Strategy and Entrepreneurship, International Business, Business Research Methods, and Statistical Data Analysis techniques. His research interests are Entrepreneurial Intention and Passion, Leadership in organizations, and Gender.
Additional affiliations
September 2013 - present
The University of Lahore
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
September 2014 - July 2019
The University of Lahore
Field of study
  • Entrepreneurship

Publications

Publications (23)
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Drawing upon the self-regulatory perspective, we investigate the antecedents of abusive supervision. We study supervisor’s work stress as a predictor of abusive supervisory behavior and investigate supervisor ego depletion as an intervening mechanism. Furthermore, we study the role of gender in explaining ego depletion and abusive supervision. We e...
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Purpose This study aims to explore mediational mechanisms and conditions by which empowering leadership leads to positive outcomes at the employee level. Using social identity theory (SIT) as a foundation, the authors present an integrated moderated mediation model to explain the interactive effects of empowering leadership and leaders' prototypica...
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This study examines the effect of brand personalities on brand loyalty and brand image for family firms using the self-congruity theory. The data came from the customers using products of family firms operating in the apparel industry of an emerging market. The results show that brand sincerity, competence, and excitement positively and significant...
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Purpose Unlike the previous studies that examined the direct relationship between media attention on entrepreneurship (MAE) and entrepreneurship participation, this paper aims to examine the mediated link through entrepreneurial intention. Design/methodology/approach The cognitive theory of media provides the foundation for predictions that primar...
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This research examines the factors that affect entrepreneurial intentions of employees. Utilizing insights from the person-environment fit theory we build a theoretical model and test our hypotheses using data collected from 342 employees in Pakistan. The findings reveal that lack of person-job fit and person-organization fit adversely affects empl...
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Purpose The rapid spread of COVID-19 has dramatic effects on financial market across the globe. This study analyzes the relationship between the COVID-19 cases, age and stock market indexes in Central America, North America, and South America. Design/methodology/approach The panel regression analysis on three regions from March 10, 2020 to April 9...
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of family business exposure on individuals' entrepreneurial intentions (EIs). By applying the institutional framework at the micro level, this study proposed the mediation of three types of institutional forces (coercive, normative and mimetic) between the relationship of family business ex...
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Purpose – This study analyzes individuals’ entrepreneurial intentions from the perspective of motivational theory and examines the effects of intrinsic and extrinsic factors on entrepreneurial intentions of male and female individuals. Design/methodology/approach – Data were collected from students graduating from Pakistan’s largest university. A...
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We investigate the multiple mediating mechanisms through which corporate social responsibility influences consumer loyalty. We posit that consumer–company identification and consumer trust are two underpinning mechanisms that mediate the relationship between CSR and consumer loyalty. We further hypothesize that value attributions versus strategic a...
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As illustrated by the outcomes of recent corporate scandals, crimes of obedience—an individuals' passive response to unethical requests from organizational leaders—can pose a significant threat. How can this threat be avoided? A study based on data collected from employees in public and private sector organizations in Pakistan shows how unethical l...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to determine the factors influencing the adoption of new information systems (IS) in organizations. Based on the institutional theory, this research proposes that organizations may induce their employees to adopt new IS by creating three types of institutional pressure: coercive, normative and mimetic. It is fur...
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Organizations suffer huge losses due to the abusive supervision and employee’s unethical behavior. Unlike previous studies that explain the direct influence of abusive supervision on workplace deviance, this study explains the mediating and moderating mechanisms through which abusive supervision influences employee’s unethical behavior. Social cogn...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explain the mediational mechanisms in the relationship of perceived supervisor support (PSS) with turnover intention (TI) and task performance (TP). Design/methodology/approach – Data were collected through questionnaires from the academic staff of Pakistani universities. The theoretical model was tested us...
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Purpose – This study investigates how and when intrinsic (personal growth, affiliation, community contribution, health) and extrinsic (financial success, fame, physical appearance) goals affect individuals’ entrepreneurial intentions (EIs). The study uses goal contents theory to propose that intrinsic and extrinsic goals positively influence indivi...
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Innovation either in products or processes requires innovation capability. Such ability, as a result, facilitates firms to succeed and gain competitive advantage in the industry by improving their efficiency of creating and marketing products and/or services. In this context, current research examines how risk-taking and proactivity dimensions of e...
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Although previous studies have explored the role of legal framework, industry norms, innovation, and the use of clean technologies in achieving corporate social responsibility, they have paid little attention to (1) the role of employees in increasing a firm’s corporate social responsibility initiatives and (2) human resource practices that may hel...
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In organizational change, new technology adoption in an efficient manner is a crucial issue. This study was conducted to explore the behaviors, which influence new technology adoption process. A conceptual model was developed to combine the institutional theory and social identity theory (SIT). To test the conceptual model, survey method was adopte...
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Purpose—The purpose of this study is to examine the differentiated effect of entrepreneurial self-efficacy and social norms on individuals’ entrepreneurial intentions, through the mediation of attitude toward entrepreneurship, by integrating the framework of gender schema theory with the theory of planned behavior. The authors posit that different...
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This study examines the role of foreign aid in the development of Pakistan's education sector by using the time series data of foreign aid and educational outcomes (number of schools, students, teachers and literacy rates) from 1967 to 2010. Time lag analysis shows, the foreign aid of the current year (T) has no impact on educational outcomes. Howe...
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Although a large number of studies explored the factors that stimulate the Entrepreneurial Intentions (EIs) of individuals but how the impact of these factors vary across male and female EIs is yet to be examined. Secondly, existing studies have examined the impact of social norms, selfefficacy and attitude toward entrepreneurship directly on entre...
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It is an empirical study which examines the effect of perceived CSR on consumer behavior. Contrary to previous studies that are based on social identity theory (SIT), we suggested a new mechanism based on social exchange theory (SET). We argue that the social exchange mechanism better explains the CSR-consumer relationship. To compare both SET and...

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