Naheed Sultana

Naheed Sultana
University of Lahore Thokar Lahore · Economics, LBS

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The study attracted to insinuate the inhabitant anomalies of the crop yield in the districts of the Punjab where climate variation, inputs utilization, and district exponents are indispensable factors. Impact evaluation of sowing and harvesting dates for rice yield has been analyzed. Suitable sowing and harvesting dates and potential districts for...
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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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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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This study investigates the climate impact on rice yield. It takes temperature and rain as indicator for climate variation on stages of growth of rice as independent variables and yield of rice as dependent variable. This study uses neutrosophic estimation and compares this with classical estimation. Estimated results show that climate variability...
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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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Unlike previous studies that examine the effect of behavioral biases on investor decision-making, this study explores the root causes of behavioral biases and examines the mediating role of behavioral biases in the relationship between different types of emotions and investment decision-making. The cognitive theory of depression, attentional contro...
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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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While other studies have investigated the direct impact of prospect factors on investment decisions and performance at the individual level, we examine the mediated link between the two, via fundamental, technical and calendar anomalies. The study applies a structural equation model to data for 324 individual investors in Pakistan. Our findings sho...
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Previous studies have examined the impact of heuristics on the investment performance of individuals. This paper examines mediated links through fundamental and technical stock market anomalies. Findings rely on data collected through surveys of 324 investors. The results show that one mechanism, fundamental anomalies mediate the heuristics–investm...
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The new Development Economics is not only considerate about improving the material conditions of any society, but also enhancing the terms on which citizens can actively participate in a society's development; in broader terms this is called social inclusion. High literacy rates, alone cannot breed a socially inclusive society. Accordingly, not onl...
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This study examines the extent to which introversion moderates the relationship between perceived supervisor support and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). Based on a sample of 586 employees working in Pakistan’s education sector, we find that introverts have a positive moderating effect on the indirect relationship between perceived superv...
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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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Influence of financial decisions on firm performance is critical issue for academic researcher and investors since past few decades in developing and under developing economies. The main purpose of this study is to empirically investigate the relationship among firm performance, leverage, and firm size across different industries in an emerging eco...
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Organizational justice research has mainly focused on attitudinal, cognitive, and behavioral outcomes. Although the roles of emotions are often discussed in justice theories, they have been largely underresearched. The objective of current study was to examine the emotional reactions of employees to perceived injustice, in a field setting. The stud...

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