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Muhammad Jawad Sajid

Muhammad Jawad Sajid
Xuzhou University of Technology · School of Engineering Management

PhD

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Introduction
I hold a PhD in "Management Science and Engineering" from "China University of Mining and Technology." I am currently a professor (associate) at Xuzhou University of Technology's School of Engineering Management in China.
Additional affiliations
September 2019 - present
Xuzhou Institute of Technology
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
May 2015 - June 2019
China University of Mining and Technology
Field of study
  • Management Science and Engineering

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Publications (52)
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The spread of communicable diseases, such as COVID-19, has a detrimental effect on our socio-economic structure. In a dynamic log-run world, socio-economic and environmental factors interact to spread communicable diseases. We investigated the long-term interdependence of communicable disease spread, economic prosperity, greenhouse gas emissions, a...
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The effective treatment of waste to be used as a resource in future has a major role in achieving environmental sustainability and moving towards circular economy. The current research is aimed to provide in-depth detail regarding prominent trends and research themes, evolution, future research orientation, main characteristics, and mapping of rese...
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Human resource management (HRM) is vital to the success of government and non-governmental organizations. More businesses are replacing human-performed jobs globally with robots. The next step could be fully autonomous systems in which robots run entire businesses. We're already seeing an increase in this phenomenon, in which hotel and dining servi...
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Many industrial firms have gained strategic benefits from the use of IoT in supply chain (SC) and operations, but still, several firms are reluctant in applying this technology in their firm. Therefore, this study is going to identify and analyze the most influential barriers faced by firms during the adoption of IoT in attaining sustainable SC. Th...
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Considering rapid economic development and continuously increasing environmental concerns, end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) have significant socioeconomic value as a crucial waste stream. The research relating to ELVs has rapidly evolved over the last few years. However, existing review studies focus on specific research themes, and thus, fail to presen...
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Capital investment stimulates a sizable portion of petroleum consumption, especially in emerging economies. However, investment-embedded petroleum consumption (IEPC) and the socioeconomic factors that influence it are not well studied. Our study's objective is to close this research gap. Our article estimates the effects of petroleum intensity, tec...
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China has gradually strengthened its carbon-reduction policies and measures in recent years. However, the impact of China’s carbon policy on regional industrial competitiveness has received little attention. This paper proposed a method for calculating the intensity of carbon-reduction policies, and empirically analyzed the impact of China’s carbon...
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Renewable energy consumption (REC) holds the key to sustainable development. Therefore, many studies have considered the role of REC. However, the factors influencing the REC share in total energy usage (SREC) are not well investigated. Especially, the factors of China’s fast-shrinking SREC are understudied. This research void on the world’s larges...
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Final demand embedded emissions are a hot topic in carbon emission mitigation research. Embedding intermediate industrial production (output) emissions into final demand has been extensively studied. However, embedding intermediate industrial consumption (input) emissions into final demand is not well understood. That is mainly due to the complexit...
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The United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) number seven expressly calls for universal access to affordable and sustainable energy. Energy sustainability will require a reduction in energy consumption, including embedded energy consumption in sectoral demand and supply chains. However, few studies have estimated the amount of coal, petro...
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The environmental cost of disaster-related emergency supplies is significant. However, little research has been conducted on the estimation of emergency-supply transportation-related carbon emissions. This study created an “emergency supply emission estimation methodology” (ESEEM). The CO2 emissions from the global air dispatch of COVID-19 vaccines...
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The primary resources of labor and capital are required for the industrial production process. It could be argued that industries cannot produce CO2 emissions unless primary resources are available. However, few studies have focused on estimating the role of primary resources in the production of industrial CO2 emissions. Furthermore, primary resou...
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Agriculture has a substantial environmental impact. However, little research has been conducted on the relationship between agriculture’s environmental impacts and linkages, particularly for the key agriculture-based Pakistani economy. Additionally, the literature on environmental linkages rarely estimates multiple types of linkages in a single stu...
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COVID-19’s demand shocks have a significant impact on global CO2 emissions. However, few studies have estimated the impact of COVID-19’s direct and indirect demand shocks on sectoral CO2 emissions and linkages. This study’s goal is to estimate the impact of COVID-19’s direct and indirect demand shocks on the CO2 emissions of the Asia-Pacific countr...
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The environmental footprint of courier, express, and parcel (CEP) logistics is significant and growing, owing to increased e-commerce. Consumer willingness to participate in the green logistics of CEPs, however, has been understudied. This study addresses this knowledge gap by surveying 155 Chinese consumers about their willingness to participate i...
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Traditional consumption-based approaches seek to embed emissions from industrial production into different categories of final demand, with or without capital formation endogenization. However, not many studies have considered estimating final consumer embedded emissions, which can be calculated by endogenizing all final demand categories except fo...
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Coal mining is considered to be the most dangerous occupation because it includes a large number of accidents and deaths of miners around the globe. Safety actions are essential, specifically in Pakistani underground coal mines considering this problem. This study is carried out an empirical analysis of coal mine fatal accidents in Pakistan from 20...
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In this work, we employ the fuzzy logic technique to achieve and present, for the first time, a proper analysis of the actual intensity of the increase in the coal miners’ fatality rates in Pakistan from 2010 to 2018, compared with China and India, with an objective to minimize the impact of incidents on the miners’ fatalities. The average and year...
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Households play a vital role in producing industrial emissions through final-consumption. As a result, related literature focuses mainly on the drivers of household demand embedded industrial production (DEIP) emissions. Recent evidence on industrial emissions, however, shows that targeting industrial carbon consumers and their final demand, partic...
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The fundamental requirement of carbon abatement is to complete the carbon abatement task set, at the lowest cost. In this paper, the non-radial distance function method is used to calculate the marginal carbon abatement costs of each unit, and the statistical method is used to estimate the carbon abatement efficiency of each unit. Based on the sum...
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In the era of the digital economy, for platform-based actors making a transition from one business field harmful for the sustainable development of society to a new field, their efficiency in value realization (EVR) has become inseparable from the digital platform used. The relationship between EVR on a platform and business transitions is a topic...
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The new COVID-19 pandemic has spread to almost every nation in the world. Most of the available literature on the economic effects of COVID-19 focuses mainly on the recessionary effects of COVID-19 on different industries and aggregate economies. However, some industries, such as masks (surgical and N95, etc.), ventilators and miscellaneous medical...
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Human defence expenditure has increased due to the need for permanent military and police forces, which has led to the creation of a perpetual fear industry. The so-called fear industry refers to the industry created due to real or perceived fear, without this fear, the industry cannot be created. Most defence economic studies (both military and po...
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Coal mining is considered to be the most dangerous occupation because it includes a large number of accidents and deaths of miners around the globe. Safety actions are essential, specifically in Pakistani underground coal mines considering this problem. This study carried out an empirical analysis of coal mine fatal accidents in Pakistan from 2010...
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The coal mining, being highly susceptible to accidents and fatalities, is considered amongst the most dangerous occupations. Historically, Pakistan has faced an alarmingly high rate of coal mine disasters. There is a general lack of country-wide data and subsequent research on the fatalities of coal miners in Pakistan. In this study, a multimodel s...
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Estimating carbon emissions from the perspective of consumption and reducing carbon emission by guiding residents’ consumption is paid more and more attention by some countries and organizations. This study by considering the capital formation as a productive input of final consumer products estimates the carbon consumption of Chinese residents. Fu...
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The recent pandemic of COVID-19 has seriously affected the ability of educational institutions to take part in regular classes. As a result, most institutions are seeking help from various online teaching platforms to run online classes. This paper offers the author's personal experience of teaching online classes during the COVID-19 era. The paper...
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China is the topmost source of world's carbon emissions. Keeping this in view, a lot of work has focused on evaluating the relation between the Chinese carbon emissions and its drivers. However, these works mostly employ different types and extensions of the regression model to estimate the relations. The popular machine learning approaches like th...
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The industrial carbon emissions of Pakistan, which is highly vulnerable to climate change, have increased rapidly since 1970. However, there is limited research on the industrial carbon links and final embedded emissions of Pakistan and other climate-vulnerable nations. This study aims to estimate the direct and indirect emissions from Pakistan's i...
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Purpose Presentation of the different industrial carbon linkages of India. The purpose of this paper is to understand the direct and indirect impact of these industrial linkages. Design/methodology/approach This study uses a hypothetical extraction method with its various extensions. Under this method, different carbon linkages of a block are remo...
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The final demand embedded emissions are mainly estimated by considering the intermediate industrial production. However, the industrial consumption embedded emissions are not well investigated. this study estimates both the industrial production and consumption embedded emissions of Chinese households. Our results indicate significant differences b...
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Production and consumption-based approaches are primarily used to determine emissions responsibility at industrial and national levels. China is the world's topmost emitter under both these approaches. Most of the literature especially for China mainly focuses on drivers of direct GHG emissions. This study based on the curvilinear analysis, models...
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Purpose: Gas explosion in the underground coal mines of Pakistan is the main source of coal miner’s mortalities. The purpose of this article is to analyze the main causes of gas explosion in the underground coal mines of Pakistan. Methods: The study employs the Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) to understand the key root causes that lead to system failure...
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Hypothetical Extraction Method (HEM) is becoming increasingly famous for the estimation of intermediate industrial carbon connections. In 2019 alone, the method was used extensively to study industrial carbon links at different levels (see for example [1]–[3]). It has been argued that this method is far better suited to estimating industrial carbon...
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Mining is among the oldest industries. It is the primary source of raw material for most of the sectors. Little is known about complex inter-sectoral carbon linkages of the mining industry. This study estimates inter and intra sectoral carbon linkages impact of the mining sector across ten major economies, by applying an input-output model, hypothe...
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To guide households on implementing low-carbon consumption patterns, it is necessary to comprehensively measure carbon emissions of household consumption. This study expands the input-output relationship into the production-consumption relationship. It uses optimized data of the relationship between household consumption and production industry to...
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Coal mining is considered as the most dangerous professions since it contains a high number of accidents and fatalities of mine workers around the world. Keeping in view this problem, safety measures are prerequisite and mandatory, especially in the underground coal mines. In this study, an empirical analysis of underground coal mine fatal accident...
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This study estimates total, inland, water and air transport net forward, backward and internal carbon linkages of EU's top seven emitters from 1995 to 2011. Moreover, it also reports direct emissions and intensities. Direct emissions of the seven for all four sectors mostly increased with varying proportions, while direct intensities followed a dow...
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Inter-industrial carbon linkage analysis tells us about the transfer of CO 2 amongst sectors of a nation. Hypothetical extraction model which removes a target sector and compares the difference between actual and theoretical economies is a popular model for linkage analysis. Regardless of mounting evidence favoring simultaneous application of both...
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Capital formation has contributed the most towards Chinas’ emissions. Capital assets are ultimately used for production. This paper by using input-output model embeds emissions from capital formation to rest of final demand categories and compares results with other common methods. Our approach has led to embedding of more carbon emissions and incr...
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During initial surveys, literature review and focus group interviews two factors ‘patriotism and Misc.’ were presented as having negative impact on ‘ Clothe buying preferences of Pakistani female viewers of Indian TV dramas’ also indicated in ‘Figure 1: Conceptual Model’. But after careful further discussion with experts and peers and with some foc...
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Reference section in the original published paper in 'American Journal of research' has not been properly presented. This document contains original draft with proper reference section.
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Country categorization under World Bank, IMF and UNDP mainly focuses on financial and human development index. This works well for countries with low scores as funds could be transferred to the bottom countries. But countries with low innovations and inventions can score well under these indices. Countries rich in high valued natural resources and...
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ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT Child birth is a matter of life and death. Operational procedure either natural or C-section is directly related to it. China has one of the highest rate of C-section birth in the world. With most if not all, related to non-medical reasons. In this study we have identified the main drivers for non-medical related C-section bir...
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Industries are one of the major sources of carbon emissions. Conventional production and consumption based accounting approaches are based on the concept of emission responsibility founded on place of production and final place of consumption. But there is another dimension that regional final demand basically comes from two sources i.e. final dema...
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Final demand is the main culprit for a country's emissions. In order to curb a country's emissions it's essential to develop a deep understanding of final demand and its categories. In this study we have decomposed Chinas' emissions from final demand of domestic and imported goods in to relevant categories of Household, Government and Capital. We h...
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Video games are a growing reality of electronic entrainment. In modern era of 21 st century most if not all juveniles are indulged in to video gaming. Much focus has been paid on different dimensions of movie, TV induced tourism, relatively new but important game-induced tourism has mostly been ignored. This study is based on three different focus...
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Child birth is one of the key moments in a women's life. Literature shows that most of conservative Muslim societies hold female gynecologist preference over male. Pakistan is not an exception with 95% women preferring female gynecologists and midwives. But the most alarming expect is that a very low percentage of 15% women are willing to consider...
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Game theory literature largely lacks a generally accepted method, capable of transforming both cardinal and ordinal games or games where one player is cardinal and the other one is ordinal. We devised a new method to overcome this problem. We used propositional logic to represent our general argument. Afterwards developed basic inferences, conclusi...
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TV Dramas impact customer buying behavior. This study determined factors influencing clothe buying preferences of Pakistani female viewers of Indian TV dramas. Specifically the research was conducted to study factors; items related to these factors, and the possible positive or negative impact of these factors. Objectives were achieved in three pha...
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Supply chain Outsourcing is a major part of multinational as well as domestic modern day business. And logistics is the backbone of any supply chain. So far little is known about the logistics supply chain of Visa drop boxes. Main objectives were to develop a deep understanding of this little known but important arena achieved through in-depth inte...

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Dear colleagues,
Do the CGE models at any level incorporate the negatively and positively sloped demand and supply curves?
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Dear Members, I registered a patent recently. I want to sell it to a company, my question is that after I have sold the patent, can I still mention the patent in my CV as a patent sold by me for a certain amount? For example, the patent ABC is sold at XXX.
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Sometimes we have some patents that can also be published as research articles in well-known journals. Is it therefore possible to use your own patented material and publish it as a research article?
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We can check the indexing of the CPCI via "Web of Science Core Collection" also known as "Clarivate." But this service is not free, i.e. limited to institutional subscribers.
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Now a days, we usually see many conferences indexed by IEEE Xplore or Ei Compendex etc., which kind of indexing especially amongst the two types mentioned above is considered more prestigious amongst scientific community?
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Sometimes your articles are cited by others, but your citation scores are not changed at the research gate and google scholars, etc. One thing to note here is that I'm talking about articles published in google scholar indexed journals, so there's no question here of not meeting the google scholar citation criteria. What are the remedies in this case? for example is there any facility like email etc. where the author can contact the research gate and google scholar staff?
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My full name is Muhammad Jawad Sajid, but for some reasons I preferred using M. Jawad Sajid as my authorship name. Now, when I am writing a CV how to mention this change.
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I want to know that: do foreign teachers working at Chinese universities are also eligible to apply for central, provincial and city level research funding's in China?
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There is an option available on the research gate which allows us to upload private copies of our publication. is it or is it not the violation of th copy right terms of non open access publications?

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Dear all, We are editing a book entitled “Implications of Industry 5.0 on Environmental Sustainability” under a well renowned international publisher “IGI Global.” You are invited to contribute a chapter (s) to our book. The main goal of our book is to fill a knowledge gap about the little-known environmental sustainability implications of the 5th industrial revolution (Industry 5.0). Please visit the following link for further details. https://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/5849 Use the following link to submit a chapter: https://www.igi-global.com/submission/submit-chapter/?projectid=cc50f3c8-7ed8-488d-a785-52d01b56c07c
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At present, this study files the comprehensive analysis of coal mine fatal accidents and discuss the safety management policies especially in the underground coal mines of Pakistan. Future work could be expanded up to overall mining sector to ensure the safe working conditions to workforce.
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Game theory literature largely lacks a generally accepted method, capable of transforming both cardinal and ordinal games or games where one player is cardinal and the other one is ordinal.