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Drawing on qualitative interviews with 20 South Asian heritage, Muslim, female leaders, managers, and supervisors in the United Kingdom, we examine the multi-layered issues and challenges
This study investigates the risk and return characteristics of Islamic funds in comparison with SRI and the conventional open-end mutual funds for the UK
This paper uses gendered organisation theory and engagement theory to expose the gendered nature of work engagement.
This study examines the clash between diversity policies as designed in the West and the challenges in implementing these in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Despite the importance of peers in forming role expectations, fostering group identity, and facilitating job learning, limited theory and empirical evidence exist on the antecedents of street-level peer relationships
The impact of financial crises on the youth unemployment rate
This paper descriptively analyzes longitudinal microfinance outreach numbers and interview data from 140 practitioners and borrowers in Pakistan
We investigate whether financing constraints affect the size distribution of Chinese industrial firms from 1998 to 2007.
This paper offers a behavioral perspective on why Islamic capital markets are dominated by those financial instruments that almost replicate conventional financial products
Despite numerous governmental attempts to improve women's employment and equality in Pakistan, statistics suggest that these efforts have not been entirely fruitful