SDSB Faculty honoured with Excellence Awards

Friday, October 6, 2017 - 5am

In the last academic year (2016-17), several faculty members of the Suleman Dawood School of Business exhibited excellence in teaching, case writing and research. To acknowledge and appreciate this extraordinary performance, the School awarded the faculty for their high achievements. SDSB is proud of their accomplishments and hope that these awards will further strengthen the culture of excellence in the Business School. The awards were presented in three categories: Research Excellence, Teaching Excellence and Case Excellence. The ceremony took place on Monday, 6th October 2017 at 7pm at SDSB Faculty Lounge. The awards were distributed by Vice Chancellor Dr. Sohail Naqvi and Dean SDSB Dr. Jawad Syed to the esteemed SDSB faculty.
Below are the SDSB faculty awarded for their accomplishments:

 

Research Excellence Awards

  • Dr. Abdur Rehman Malik - Rewards and Creativity: Past, Present, and Future. Applied Psychology
  • Dr. Arif N Butt - Rewards and Creativity: Past, Present, and Future. Applied Psychology
  • Dr. Faiza Ali - From Rhetoric to Reality: a Multilevel Analysis of Gender Equality in Pakistani Organisations. Gender, Work & Organisation
  • Dr. Ghazal Mir Zulfiqar - Does Microfinance Enhance Gender Equity in Access to Finance? Evidence from Pakistan. Feminist Economics
  • Dr. Jawad Syed -

1. A Macro‐National Level Analysis of Arab Women's Work Engagement. European Management Review
2. From Rhetoric to Reality: a Multilevel Analysis of Gender Equality in Pakistani Organisations. Gender, Work & Organisation
3. Contextualising diversity management in the Middle East and North Africa: a relational perspective. Human Resource Management Journal

  • Dr. M. Junaid Ashraf - New public management, cost savings and regressive effects: A case from a less developed country
  • Dr. M. Shakeel Sadiq Jajja - Linkages between Firm Innovation Strategy, Suppliers, Product Innovation, and Business Performance: Insights from Resource Dependence Theory. International Journal of Operations and Production Management
  • Dr. Muhammad Azfar Nisar - Foundations of relating: theory and evidence on the formation of street-level bureaucrats' workplace networks. Public Administration Review
  • Dr. Muhammad Naiman Jalil - Investor’s choice of Shariah compliant ‘replicas’ and original Islamic instruments. Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organisation
  • Dr. Muhammad Shehryar Shahid - Determinants of the level of informality of informal micro-enterprises: some evidence from the city of Lahore, Pakistan. World Development
  • Dr. Raza Ali Rafique - Designing Energy Supply Chains: Dynamic Models for Energy Security and Economic Prosperity. Production and Operations Management
  • Dr. Saad Azmat -

1. Investor’s choice of Shariah compliant ‘replicas’ and original Islamic instruments’ Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organisation
2. ‘The (little) difference that makes all the difference between Islamic and conventional bonds Pacific-Basin Finance Journal

  • Dr. Syed Aun Raza Rizvi - Stabilising economic growth through risk sharing macro instruments. The World Economy
  • Dr. Syed Zahoor Hassan - Linkages between Firm Innovation Strategy, Suppliers, Product Innovation, and Business Performance: Insights from Resource Dependence Theory & Supply chain strategy

 

Teaching Excellence Awards

  • Dr. Abdur Rehman Malik - Undergraduate
  • Mr. Atif Raheem - Undergraduate
  • Dr. Omair Haroon - Undergraduate
  • Mr. Waqar Ali - Undergraduate
  • Dr. Ehsan ul Haque - MBA & EMBA
  • Mr. Khalid Aziz Mirza - MBA

 

Case Excellence Awards

  • Dr. Arif Nazir Butt - A Challenge in Governance: A Case of Higher Education in Pakistan
  • Dr. Farrah Arif - PakWheels.com – The Next Challenge!
  • Ms. Sarah Suneel Sarfaraz - PakWheels.com – The Next Challenge!
  • Ms. Shezeen Salim Hemani - A Challenge in Governance: A Case of Higher Education in Pakistan