Dr. Imran Shafique
Assistant Professor, Management Sciences
Area of Interest: Organizational Behavior, HRM, and Entrepreneurship & SMEs
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007   (122)
HEC approved PhD Supervisor

Imran Shafique has published both locally and internationally and serving as external examiner for theses and reviewer for many reputable international journals. He is an acknowledged merit peer reviewer as can be accessed from his profile X-4155-2019

His most recent publications have appeared in Leadership and Organization Development Journal, Baltic Journal of Management, European Journal of Innovation Management, International Journal of Emerging Markets, Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, and Environmental Science and Pollution Research

He sits on several committees and coordinates several collaborative research projects, workshops and seminars locally and abroad, resource person and as associate member with a number of local and international institutions.  


Book Chapters:
1. Shafique, I. Rafi, N. & Kalyar, M.N. (2021), "Managing intellectual capital through strategic leadership: a complementary approach", The Dynamics of Intellectual Capital in Current Era, published by: Springer, Singapore, pp: 257-274, Standard: 978-981-16-1691-4    (External URL)
Journal Papers:
1. Ahmad, B. Shafique, I. & Kalyar, M.N. (2021), "A moderated mediation model of the association between coworker social undermining and knowledge hiding", VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems , pp: ahead-of-print, Vol: ahead-of-print, Issue: ahead-of-print, Standard: 2059-5891, Impact Factor: ESCI & Scopus    (External URL)
2. Shafique, I. Kalyar, M.N. & Mehwish, N. (2021), "Organizational ambidexterity, green entrepreneurial orientation, and environmental performance in SMEs context: Examining the moderating role of perceived CSR", Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, pp: 446-456, Vol: 28, Issue: 1, Standard: 1535-3966, Impact Factor: 4.542    (External URL)
3. Shafique, I. Qammar, A. Kalyar, M.N. Ahmad, B. & Mushtaq, A. (2021), "Workplace ostracism and deviant behaviour among nurses: a parallel mediation model", Journal of Asia Business Studies, pp: 50-71, Vol: 15, Issue: 1, Standard: 1558-7894, Impact Factor: ESCI & Scopus    (External URL)
4. Saeed, M. Shafique, I. (2020), "Customer-based brand equity and destination visit behaviour in the tourism industry: the contingent role of social media", Quality & Quantity, pp: 1491-1512, Vol: 54, Issue: December, Standard: 0033-5177    (External URL)
5. Kalyar, M.N. Shafique, I. Ahmad, B. (2020), "Effect of innovativeness on supply chain integration and performance: Investigating the moderating role of environmental uncertainty", International Journal of Emerging Markets, pp: 362-386, Vol: 15, Issue: 2, Standard: 1746-8809, Impact Factor: 2.067    (External URL)
6. Kalyar, M.N. Shoukat, A. Shafique, I. (2020), "Enhancing firms’ environmental performance and financial performance through green supply chain management practices and institutional pressures", Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, pp: 451-476, Vol: 11, Issue: 2, Standard: 2040-8021, Impact Factor: 1.745    (External URL)
7. Shafique, I., Kalyar, M.N. and Rani, T. (2020), "Examining the impact of ethical leadership on safety and task performance: a safety-critical context", Leadership & Organization Development Journal, pp: 909-926, Vol: 41, Issue: 7, Standard: 0143-7739, Impact Factor: 1.977    (External URL)
8. Shafique, I. Ahmad, B. Kalyar, M.N. (2020), "How ethical leadership influences creativity and organizational innovation: Examining the underlying mechanisms", European Journal of Innovation Management, pp: 114-133, Vol: 23, Issue: 1, Standard: 1460-1060, Impact Factor: 1.793    (External URL)
9. Kalyar, M.N. Usta, A. Shafique, I. (2020), "When ethical leadership and LMX are more effective in prompting creativity: The moderating role of psychological capital", Baltic Journal of Management, pp: 61-80, Vol: 15, Issue: 1, Standard: 1746-5265, Impact Factor: 1.469    (External URL)
10. Shafique, I. Hyder, T. (2019), "Investigating Absorptive Capacity in Supply Chain Performance: Green Supply Chain Management Practices and Responsive Strategy", NMIMS Management Review, pp: 53-68, Vol: 36, Issue: 4, ISSN: 0971-1023, Impact Factor: ESCI    (External URL)
11. Kalyar, M.N. Shafique, I. Ahmad, B. (2019), "Job stress and performance nexus in tourism industry: A moderation analysis", Turizam: medunarodni znanstveno-strucni casopis, pp: 6-21, Vol: 67, Issue: 1, ISSN: 1332-7461, Impact Factor: ESCI & Scopus    (External URL)
12. Sarfraz, M. Qun, W. Sarwar, A. Abdullah, M.I. Imran, M.K. Shafique, I. (2019), "Mitigating effect of perceived organizational support on stress in the presence of workplace ostracism in the Pakistani nursing sector", Psychology Research and Behavior Management, pp: 839-849, Vol: 12, Issue: 1, ISSN: 1179-1578, Impact Factor: 1.840    (External URL)
13. Ahmed, A. Shafique, I. (2019), "Perception of household in regards to water pollution: an empirical evidence from Pakistan", Environmental Science and Pollution Research, pp: 8543-8551, Vol: 26, Issue: 9, ISSN: 0944-1344, Impact Factor: 2.914    (External URL)
14. Kalyar, M.N. Shafique, I. Abid, A. (2019), "Role of lean manufacturing and environmental management practices in eliciting environmental and financial performance: the contingent effect of institutional pressures", Environmental Science and Pollution Research, pp: 24967-24978, Vol: 26, Issue: 24, ISSN: 0944-1344, Impact Factor: 2.914    (External URL)
15. Shafique, I. Kalyar, M.N. (2018), "Linking transformational leadership, absorptive capacity, and corporate entrepreneurship", Administrative Sciences, pp: 1-17, Vol: 8, Issue: 2, ISSN: 2076-3387, Impact Factor: ESCI    (External URL)
16. Shafique, I. Kalyar, M.N. Ahmad, B. (2018), "The Nexus of Ethical Leadership, Job Performance, and Turnover Intention: The Mediating Role of Job Satisfaction", Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems, pp: 71-87, Vol: 16, Issue: 1, ISSN: 1334-4684, Impact Factor: ESCI    (External URL)
17. Shafique, I. Loo-See Beh (2017), "Shifting Organisational Leadership Perspectives: An Overview of Leadership Theories", Journal of Economic & Management Perspectives, pp: 134-143, Vol: 11, Issue: 4, Standard: 2523-5338    (External URL)
18. Loo-See Beh, Shafique, I. (2016), "Does Leadership matter in Innovation and New Business Venturing? Testing the Mediating Effect of Absorptive Capacity", International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology, pp: 206-212, Vol: 7, Issue: 5    (External URL)
19. Kalyar, M.N. Sabir, H.M. Shafique, I. (2013), "Improving cycle time performance: the role of market turbulence and cultural competitiveness", Production & Manufacturing Research, pp: 3-18, Vol: 1, Issue: 1, Standard: 2169-3277, Impact Factor: ESCI & Scopus     (External URL)
Conference Papers:
1. Loo-See Beh & Shafique, I. (2016) "Does Leadership matter in Innovation and New Business Venturing? Testing the Mediating Effect of Absorptive Capacity", 3rd International Conference on Innovations in Business and Management, pp: 146-152   
2. Shafique, I. & Loo-See Beh (2016) "Empowering Leadership and Workers Creativity: Empirical evidence from a developing country", 6th Asia Pacific Marketing and Management Conference, pp: 1-21   
3. Shafique, I. & Loo-See Beh (2015) "Is there any Relationship between Leadership and Creativity?", International Conference on Advanced Research in Business and Social Sciences, pp: 48-59   
4. Shafique, I. (2015) "The Role of Professionalism, Leadership, and Trust to Promote Organizational Justice", Postgraduate Conference on Economics, Public Administration and Business, pp: 230-270   


University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Oct 2016
Government College University, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Mar 2013
B. Com
University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
Aug 2009
D. Com
Punjab Board of Technical Education, Lahore, Pakistan
Aug 2007


Assistant Professor
CUI, Lahore
Nov 2016 to Date
Research Assistant
Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2014 to 2016

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