Dr. Muhammad Amir Rashid
Associate Professor, Management Sciences
Area of Interest: Entrepreneurship and Marketing
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007   (886)
HEC approved PhD Supervisor

Muhammad Amir Rashid holds PhD degree in Management from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and Master degree in Business Administration from University of the Lyceum, Philippines. He has ample research and teaching experience in the areas of entrepreneurship and marketing. He has published extensively in national and international journals in the areas of entrepreneurship, marketing, corporate governance and Leadership.

Publications:

Journal Papers:
1. Farah Samreen, Muhammad Amir Rashid, & Ghulam Hussain (2021), "Effect of Abusive Supervision on Subordinates’ Discretionary Behaviors", Journal of Management & Organization, pp: 1-16, DOI: 10.1017/jmo.2019.57, Impact Factor: 1.935   
2. Rashid, M.A., Kalyar, Muhammad., Shafique, Imran (2020), "Market Orientation and women-owned SMEs Performance: The Contingent Role of Entrepreneurial Orientation and Strategic Decision Responsiveness", South Asian Journal of Business Studies, pp: 215-234, Vol: 9, Issue: 2   
3. Javed, M., Rashid, M. A., Hussain, G. & Ali, H. Y (2020), "The Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility on Corporate Reputation and Firm Financial Performance: Moderating Role of Responsible Leadership", Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, pp: 1395-1409, Vol: 27, Issue: 3, Impact Factor: 4.542   
4. Ashraf, Y., Nazir, M.S., & Rashid, M. A (2020), "Triggers of Sustainability in the Banking of Pakistan", Paradigms, pp: 1-7, Vol: 14, Issue: 2   
5. Mahmood, K., Rashid, M. A., & Hussain, G. (2019), "Personality and Post-purchase Consumer Regret Experienced after Impulse Buying: A Cross Theoretical Approach with Individual Differences Moderator", International Transaction Journal of Engineering Management, pp: 1-17, Vol: 10, Issue: 12   
6. Farah Samreen, Muhammad Amir Rashid & Mahmood. A. Bodla (2018), "Effect of Abusive Supervision on Pro Social Citizenship Behaviors: The Mediating Role of Interactional Justice, Organization–Based Self Esteem and Meaning of Work", Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences, pp: 807-830, Vol: 12   
7. Sarah Azhar, Imran Haider Naqvi, Muhammad Amir Rashid, & Asma Imran (2018), "Linking Ability- enhancing HR practices, Customer Satisfaction and Emotional Intelligence: Insight from Banking Sector", Middle East Journal of Management   
8. Aqsa Akbar, Muhammad Amir Rashid, & Omer Farooq (2018), "The Relationship between High Performance Work System and Continuance Commitment to Change: An Economic Exchange Perspective", Journal of Management Sciences, pp: 3-17, Vol: 5, Issue: 1   
9. Mazhar Javed, Muhammad Amir Rashid, Ghulam Hussain (2017), "Well-governed responsibility spurs performance", Journal of Cleaner Production, pp: 1059-1073, Vol: 166, Impact Factor: 6.395   
10. Ghulam Hussain, Wan Khairuzzaman Wan Ismail, Muhammad Amir Rashid & Fareeha Nisar (2016), "Substitutes for leadership among the faculty of institutions of higher education and their moderating effects on leadership styles and individual outcomes", International Journal of Management in Education, pp: 250-277, Vol: 10, Issue: 3   
11. Ghulam Hussain, Wan Khairuzzaman Wan Ismail, Muhammad Amir Rashid & Fareeha Nisar (2016), "Substitutes for leadership: alternative perspectives", Management Research Review, Vol: 39, Issue: 5   
12. Mazhar Javed, Muhammad Amir Rashid, & Ghulam Hussain (2016), "When does it pay to be good-A contingency perspective on corporate social and financial performance: Would it work?", Journal of Cleaner Production, pp: 1062-1073, Vol: 133, Impact Factor: 6.395   
13. Mohd Hassan Mohd Osman, Muhammad Amir Rashid, Fauziah Sheikh Ahmad and Ghulam Hussain (2011), "Assimilating Entrepreneurial Orientation and Market Orientation Dimensions in the Context of Women-owned Small and Medium Sized Business", African Journal of Business Managemnet, pp: 5974-5983, Vol: 5, Issue: 14, Standard: 1993-8233    (External URL)
14. Amer Rajput, Abdul Hamid Abu Bakar and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2011), "Brand Trust: A True Gestalt of Unethical Advertisement and Brand Positioning in Conservative Economies", Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, pp: 319-322, Vol: 3, Issue: 4, Standard: 2073-7122   
15. Mohd Hassan Mohd Osman, Muhammad Amir Rashid, Fauziah Sheikh Ahmad and Ghulam Hussain (2011), "Entrepreneurial Orientation: An Overview of Theory and Insinuations for Women Owned Businesses to Model Performance in Developing Countries", Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, pp: 329-340, Vol: 3, Issue: 3, Standard: 2073-7122   
16. Mohd Hassan Mohd Osman, Mohd Ridza Bin Asrah, Muhammad Amir Rashid and Amer Rajput (2011), "Ethnic Entrepreneurship and Interplay of Cultural Factors in Developing Countries: A Compendium of Literature", Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, pp: 472-480, Vol: 3, Issue: 3, Standard: 2073-7122   
17. Amer Rajput, Abdul Hamid Abu Bakar and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2011), "Exploitation of Marketing Practices by High and Low Technology Firms in IT Industry", Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, pp: 1040-1045, Vol: 3, Issue: 3, Standard: 2073-7122   
18. Wan Khairuzzaman Wan Ismail, Ghulam Hussain and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2011), "Integrative Framework of Leadership Effectiveness” International Journal of Business and Social Sciences", International Journal of Business and Social Sciences, pp: 126-132, Vol: 2, Issue: 2, Standard: 2219-1933   
19. Mohd Hassan Mohd Osman, Muhammad Amir Rashid, Fauziah Sheikh Ahmad and Amer Rajput (2011), "Market Orientation – A Missing Link to Successful Women Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries: A Conspectus of Literature", International Journal of Academic Research, pp: 232-236, Vol: 3, Issue: 4, Standard: 2075-4124   
20. Dr. Saudah Sofian, Dr. Siti Zaleha-Abdul Rasid, Muhammadghorban Mehri and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2011), "Moderating Effect of Intellectual Capital on Relevance of Earnings and Cost of Equity Relationship: Review of Contemporary Literature", Australian Journal of Basic and applied Sciences, pp: 1633-1639, Vol: 5, Issue: 9, Standard: 1991-8178   
21. Wan Khairuzzaman Wan Ismail, Noor Azmi Bin Mohamad, Ghulam Hussain, Siti Zaleha Abdul Rashid and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2011), "Organizational Commitment as Mediator of Charismatic Leadership to Model Subordinates’ Performance and Satisfaction", International Journal of Academic Research, pp: 379-385, Vol: 3, Issue: 6, Standard: 2075-4124   
22. Talat Afza, Mohd Hassan Bin Mohd Osman and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2010), "Enterprising Behavior of Enterprise-less Rural Women Entrepreneurs of Khyber Pukhtan Khawa of Pakistan", European Journal of Social Sciences, pp: 109-119, Vol: 18, Issue: 1, Standard: 1450-2267   
23. Talat Afza and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2009), "Marginalized Women Social Well-being through Enterprise Development: A Glimpse of Remote women Status in Pakistan", Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship, pp: 248-267, Vol: 1, Issue: 3, Standard: 1756-1396    (External URL)
Conference Papers:
1. Saira and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2008) "Gender Biases Promoting Glass Ceiling: A Corporate Social Concern", International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility   
2. Talat Afza and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2008) "Marginalized Women Social Wellbeing through Enterprise Development: A Glimpse of Remote Women Status in Pakistan", International Conference on Well-Being: Are we happy with our standard of living?   
3. Muzhar Javed and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2008) "Redefining the corporate sector role in Pakistan: Making it partner in socio-economic development", International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility   
4. Talat Afza and Muhammad Amir Rashid (2008) "Women Entrepreneurship: Problems and Prospects", International Conference on Management for Humanity and Prosperity   

Qualification

Ph.D (Management)
University Technology Malaysia, Malaysia
Jan 2010 to Feb 2013
   
Masters in Business Administration
Lyceum of the Philippines, Philippines
Sep 1994 to Aug 1996
   

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