Dr. Shujaat Mubarik (HEC approved supervisor)

Dr. Shujaat Mubarik (HEC approved supervisor)

Associate Professor, Associate Dean (Faculty of Business Administration & Social Sciences)

Dr. Shujaat Mubarik brings a blend of experience from academia and industry. He is Certified Supply Chain Manager (CSCM) and Certified Professional Manager (CPM) in Logistics from International Institute of Supply Chain Management, Dubai. He is also Certified Trained The Trainer (TTT). He holds Master degree in Business Administration and PhD in Industrial Organization from University of Malaya. He has total of 15 years of experience in the field of Business planning, Supply Chain Management, teaching and training. Dr. Mubarik has been associated with Muhammad Ali Jinnah University Karachi since 2008, presently serving as Head of Department Management Sciences. His area of research includes economics of supply chain, human capital management and intellectual capital management.  He has more than 25 published research papers and his research work has been published in highly reputable and diverse journals like Learning organization, American Journal of Transplantation, International Journal of Social Economics, and Social Indicators Research etc. He has conducted number of workshops on AHP in Malaysia and he is widely popular for his research expertise in analytical hierarchal process(AHP), structural equation modeling(SEM) and meta-analysis. He is consulted by number of postgraduate students, researchers and lecturers in Pakistan, and abroad.

Qualification

PhD, University of Malaya, Malaysia

MS, Institute of Business Management (IoBM)

MBA, PAF-KIET

  1. Strategic Supply Chain Management
  2. Change Management
  3. Research Methodology (Qualitative/Quantitative)
  4. Managerial Economics

Conferences:

  1. GLOBELICS Conference on innovation and technology-2014, Ethopia
  2. International conference on Social Science, Business & Economics-2014 Malaysia Kulala Lumpur
  3. Postgraduate Conference on Economics, Administration & Business -2014, University of Malaya, Malaysia
  4. International Conference on Business, Economics & Management Outlook-2015- Malaysia
  5. Multidisciplinary Conference on Emerging Challenges in Research-2016, Dubai

RESEARCH PAPERS

2019
Mubarik S., Naghavi, N., & Mehmood, R. (2018). Intellectual capital, competitive advantage and the
ambidexterity liaison. Human System Management. Accepted. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

Mujahid, S., Mubarik, S., & Naghavi, N.(2018) Developing Entrepreneurial Intentions: What matters? Middle East Journal of Management. Accepted. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2018). Human capital and firm Internationalization. Journal of South Asian Development. Accepted. (Clarivate Analytics Impact Factor: 0.895).

2018
Devadason, E. S., Govindaraju, V. C., & Mubarik, S. (2018). Defining Potentials and Barriers to Trade in
the Malaysia Chile Partnership, International Journal of Emerging Markets. 13(5), 758-779. (Clarivate
Analytics Impact Factor pending)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2018). Measurement of human capital in SMEs; what
matters? Social Indicators Research, 137(2), 605-623. (Clarivate Analytics Impact Factor: 1.395).

Naghavi, N., & Mubarik S., (2018). Liberalization-efficiency nexus: Re-examining the threshold effects.
Annals of Financial economics. 13(4), 1850016-24. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

2017
Devadason, E. S., Govindaraju, V. C., & Mubarik, S. (2017). Sino-LAC Ties: Trade Relationships and Asymmetric Dependency, Emerging Markets, Trade and Finance, 53(6), 1262-1277. (Clarivate Analytics Impact factor 0.94)

Rasiah, R., Mubarik, S., & Yap, Z. (2017). Financing Technological Upgrading in East Asia. Lahore Journal of Economics. 22(SE), 153-182. (HEC approved/Scopus)

2016
Rasiah, R., Manikan, R., Kumar, S., Naghavi, N., Mubarik, S., Rujhan, M., & Sekeran, C. (2016) Deceased Human Organs: What can be done to raise donation rates using evidence from Malaysia? American Journal of Transplantation, 16(5),1540-1547. (Clarivate Analytics Impact Factor: 5.683)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2016). Theoretical Framework to Analyze Human Capital – Performance Relationship. Journal of Economic Perspective. 10(4), 157-165. (Scopus)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2016). Relational Capital Quality and Client Loyalty: Firm-Level Evidence from Pharmaceuticals, Pakistan. The Learning Organization. 23(1), 43-60. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2016). Human Capital Development for SMEs in Pakistan: Is the “one-size-fits-all” Policy Adequate? International Journal of Social Economics. 43(8),804-822. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

2015
Niqab, M., Sharma, S., Ali,N., Mubarik , S.,(2015). Perception based principal leadership measurement: Does it work in Pakistan? International Education Studies, 8(4), 29-39. (Scopus)

Mubarik, S.,Usman, M., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2015). Human capital and growth: Does gender matter? International Business Management, 9(4), 547-553. (Scopus)

2014
Naila S., & Mubarik, S. (2014), Foreign direct investment and employment: A case of province of Punjab, Pakistan , The Economics and Finance Letters, 1(7) : 59-65. (Non ISI/Non Scopus)

2013
Warsi, A., & Mubarik, S., and Hussain, J. (2013). Relationship among workers’ remittances, balance of trade, GDP and inflation: A case of Pakistan (1973-2005), Pakistan Business Review, 15(2), 204-217. (HEC, Pakistan Category-X)

Mubarik, S. and Aurangzeb (2013). Relationship between service sector GDP and import & export Trade: A Case of Pakistan. Jinnah Business Review, 1(1), 52-57. (HEC, Pakistan Category-Y)

2012
Mubarik, S., Warsi, A., Nayaz, M., & Malik, T. (2012). Transportation outsourcing and supply chain performance: A study of Pakistan’s pharmaceutical industry, South Asian Journal of Management Sciences, 6(2), 35-41. (HEC, Pakistan Category-Y )

Aurangzeb, Ahmed, A. & Mubarik, S. (2012). Impact of interest rate and inflation on stock market index:
A case of Pakistan. The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 20(2), 1-8. (HEC, Pakistan CategoryY )

Aurangzeb. & Mubarik S. (2012). Do low profit companies prefer lease over loan because of taxes. Journal of Management Sciences, 6(1), 53-60. (HEC, Pakistan Category-Y)

2011
Mubarik, S. & Mumtaz (2011). Does privatization Impinge Price level? Journal of Independent Study & Research, 9(2), 1998 – 4162. (HEC, Pakistan Category-Y)

Research Papers Under Review
Mubrik, S., Naghavi, N., & Rasiah, R. (2019). Supplier relational capital and Supply Chain Performance: Role of organizational culture and ERP in Pakistan. Management Decision (ISI).

Mujahid S., Mubrik, S., & Naghavi, N. (2019). The psychological formation of the entrepreneur: Entrepreneurial Intention Model. Journal of Entrepreneurship (ISI).

Mubrik, S., Mahmood, T., & Naghavi, N. (2019). Intellectual capital and competitive advantage: Does ambidexterity matter? Management Decision (ISI, Impact Factor 1.34).

Naghavi, N., & Mubarik, S. (2019). Donors Willingness to Donate Organs: What Maters and How much? American Journal of Transplantation (Under Review, ISI Impact Factor: 5.99).

Naghavi, N., & Mubarik, S. (2019). Altruism or Financial Rewards? Proposing a new framework to increase cadaveric organ donation rates using evidence from Malaysia. Transplantation International (Under Review, ISI Impact Factor: 2.599).

BOOK CHAPTERS CONTRIBUTED

Mubarik M, S., & Naghavi, N., (2019). Negotiation with Manager from Pakistan. In Khan, A & Ebner, N., (Eds), The Palgrave Handbook of Cross-Cultural Business Negotiation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Naghavi, N., & Mubarik M, S., (2019). Negotiating with Managers from South Asia: India, Sri Lanka, . In Khan, A & Ebner, N., (Eds), The Palgrave Handbook of Cross-Cultural Business Negotiation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

BOOK REVIEWS

Mubarik, S. (2017). The End of Theory: Financial Crises, the Failure of Economics, and the Sweep of Human Interaction. Institutions and Economies, 9(4), 113-115.

Mubarik, S. (2015). World Investment Report 2012: Towards a new generation of investment policies,
United Nation Conference on Trade and Development, United Nations. Institutions and Economies, 6(2),
129-132.

MEMBER EDITORIAL BOARD

International Journal of Business and Society, Published by University Malaysia Sarwak (UNIMAS)
Asian Economics and Financial Review, Published by Asian Economics & Social Society
UW Journal of Management Sciences, published by University of Wah

REVIEWER

  • Knowledge Management Research and Practice (KR&P), published by Springer
  • International Journal of Social Economics, published by Emerald
  • Journal of Independent Studies & Research (JISR), published by SZABIST
  • Learning Organizations Journal , published by Emerald
  • Institutions & Economies Journal, published by Emerald
  • Quality and Quantity Journal
+ Biography

Dr. Shujaat Mubarik brings a blend of experience from academia and industry. He is Certified Supply Chain Manager (CSCM) and Certified Professional Manager (CPM) in Logistics from International Institute of Supply Chain Management, Dubai. He is also Certified Trained The Trainer (TTT). He holds Master degree in Business Administration and PhD in Industrial Organization from University of Malaya. He has total of 15 years of experience in the field of Business planning, Supply Chain Management, teaching and training. Dr. Mubarik has been associated with Muhammad Ali Jinnah University Karachi since 2008, presently serving as Head of Department Management Sciences. His area of research includes economics of supply chain, human capital management and intellectual capital management.  He has more than 25 published research papers and his research work has been published in highly reputable and diverse journals like Learning organization, American Journal of Transplantation, International Journal of Social Economics, and Social Indicators Research etc. He has conducted number of workshops on AHP in Malaysia and he is widely popular for his research expertise in analytical hierarchal process(AHP), structural equation modeling(SEM) and meta-analysis. He is consulted by number of postgraduate students, researchers and lecturers in Pakistan, and abroad.

Qualification

PhD, University of Malaya, Malaysia

MS, Institute of Business Management (IoBM)

MBA, PAF-KIET

+ Teaching Courses

  1. Strategic Supply Chain Management
  2. Change Management
  3. Research Methodology (Qualitative/Quantitative)
  4. Managerial Economics

+ Research

Conferences:

  1. GLOBELICS Conference on innovation and technology-2014, Ethopia
  2. International conference on Social Science, Business & Economics-2014 Malaysia Kulala Lumpur
  3. Postgraduate Conference on Economics, Administration & Business -2014, University of Malaya, Malaysia
  4. International Conference on Business, Economics & Management Outlook-2015- Malaysia
  5. Multidisciplinary Conference on Emerging Challenges in Research-2016, Dubai

RESEARCH PAPERS

2019
Mubarik S., Naghavi, N., & Mehmood, R. (2018). Intellectual capital, competitive advantage and the
ambidexterity liaison. Human System Management. Accepted. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

Mujahid, S., Mubarik, S., & Naghavi, N.(2018) Developing Entrepreneurial Intentions: What matters? Middle East Journal of Management. Accepted. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2018). Human capital and firm Internationalization. Journal of South Asian Development. Accepted. (Clarivate Analytics Impact Factor: 0.895).

2018
Devadason, E. S., Govindaraju, V. C., & Mubarik, S. (2018). Defining Potentials and Barriers to Trade in
the Malaysia Chile Partnership, International Journal of Emerging Markets. 13(5), 758-779. (Clarivate
Analytics Impact Factor pending)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2018). Measurement of human capital in SMEs; what
matters? Social Indicators Research, 137(2), 605-623. (Clarivate Analytics Impact Factor: 1.395).

Naghavi, N., & Mubarik S., (2018). Liberalization-efficiency nexus: Re-examining the threshold effects.
Annals of Financial economics. 13(4), 1850016-24. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

2017
Devadason, E. S., Govindaraju, V. C., & Mubarik, S. (2017). Sino-LAC Ties: Trade Relationships and Asymmetric Dependency, Emerging Markets, Trade and Finance, 53(6), 1262-1277. (Clarivate Analytics Impact factor 0.94)

Rasiah, R., Mubarik, S., & Yap, Z. (2017). Financing Technological Upgrading in East Asia. Lahore Journal of Economics. 22(SE), 153-182. (HEC approved/Scopus)

2016
Rasiah, R., Manikan, R., Kumar, S., Naghavi, N., Mubarik, S., Rujhan, M., & Sekeran, C. (2016) Deceased Human Organs: What can be done to raise donation rates using evidence from Malaysia? American Journal of Transplantation, 16(5),1540-1547. (Clarivate Analytics Impact Factor: 5.683)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2016). Theoretical Framework to Analyze Human Capital – Performance Relationship. Journal of Economic Perspective. 10(4), 157-165. (Scopus)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2016). Relational Capital Quality and Client Loyalty: Firm-Level Evidence from Pharmaceuticals, Pakistan. The Learning Organization. 23(1), 43-60. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

Mubarik, S., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2016). Human Capital Development for SMEs in Pakistan: Is the “one-size-fits-all” Policy Adequate? International Journal of Social Economics. 43(8),804-822. (Clarivate Analytics ESCI & Scopus)

2015
Niqab, M., Sharma, S., Ali,N., Mubarik , S.,(2015). Perception based principal leadership measurement: Does it work in Pakistan? International Education Studies, 8(4), 29-39. (Scopus)

Mubarik, S.,Usman, M., Chandran, VGR., & Devadason, E. (2015). Human capital and growth: Does gender matter? International Business Management, 9(4), 547-553. (Scopus)

2014
Naila S., & Mubarik, S. (2014), Foreign direct investment and employment: A case of province of Punjab, Pakistan , The Economics and Finance Letters, 1(7) : 59-65. (Non ISI/Non Scopus)

2013
Warsi, A., & Mubarik, S., and Hussain, J. (2013). Relationship among workers’ remittances, balance of trade, GDP and inflation: A case of Pakistan (1973-2005), Pakistan Business Review, 15(2), 204-217. (HEC, Pakistan Category-X)

Mubarik, S. and Aurangzeb (2013). Relationship between service sector GDP and import & export Trade: A Case of Pakistan. Jinnah Business Review, 1(1), 52-57. (HEC, Pakistan Category-Y)

2012
Mubarik, S., Warsi, A., Nayaz, M., & Malik, T. (2012). Transportation outsourcing and supply chain performance: A study of Pakistan’s pharmaceutical industry, South Asian Journal of Management Sciences, 6(2), 35-41. (HEC, Pakistan Category-Y )

Aurangzeb, Ahmed, A. & Mubarik, S. (2012). Impact of interest rate and inflation on stock market index:
A case of Pakistan. The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 20(2), 1-8. (HEC, Pakistan CategoryY )

Aurangzeb. & Mubarik S. (2012). Do low profit companies prefer lease over loan because of taxes. Journal of Management Sciences, 6(1), 53-60. (HEC, Pakistan Category-Y)

2011
Mubarik, S. & Mumtaz (2011). Does privatization Impinge Price level? Journal of Independent Study & Research, 9(2), 1998 – 4162. (HEC, Pakistan Category-Y)

Research Papers Under Review
Mubrik, S., Naghavi, N., & Rasiah, R. (2019). Supplier relational capital and Supply Chain Performance: Role of organizational culture and ERP in Pakistan. Management Decision (ISI).

Mujahid S., Mubrik, S., & Naghavi, N. (2019). The psychological formation of the entrepreneur: Entrepreneurial Intention Model. Journal of Entrepreneurship (ISI).

Mubrik, S., Mahmood, T., & Naghavi, N. (2019). Intellectual capital and competitive advantage: Does ambidexterity matter? Management Decision (ISI, Impact Factor 1.34).

Naghavi, N., & Mubarik, S. (2019). Donors Willingness to Donate Organs: What Maters and How much? American Journal of Transplantation (Under Review, ISI Impact Factor: 5.99).

Naghavi, N., & Mubarik, S. (2019). Altruism or Financial Rewards? Proposing a new framework to increase cadaveric organ donation rates using evidence from Malaysia. Transplantation International (Under Review, ISI Impact Factor: 2.599).

BOOK CHAPTERS CONTRIBUTED

Mubarik M, S., & Naghavi, N., (2019). Negotiation with Manager from Pakistan. In Khan, A & Ebner, N., (Eds), The Palgrave Handbook of Cross-Cultural Business Negotiation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Naghavi, N., & Mubarik M, S., (2019). Negotiating with Managers from South Asia: India, Sri Lanka, . In Khan, A & Ebner, N., (Eds), The Palgrave Handbook of Cross-Cultural Business Negotiation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

BOOK REVIEWS

Mubarik, S. (2017). The End of Theory: Financial Crises, the Failure of Economics, and the Sweep of Human Interaction. Institutions and Economies, 9(4), 113-115.

Mubarik, S. (2015). World Investment Report 2012: Towards a new generation of investment policies,
United Nation Conference on Trade and Development, United Nations. Institutions and Economies, 6(2),
129-132.

MEMBER EDITORIAL BOARD

International Journal of Business and Society, Published by University Malaysia Sarwak (UNIMAS)
Asian Economics and Financial Review, Published by Asian Economics & Social Society
UW Journal of Management Sciences, published by University of Wah

REVIEWER

  • Knowledge Management Research and Practice (KR&P), published by Springer
  • International Journal of Social Economics, published by Emerald
  • Journal of Independent Studies & Research (JISR), published by SZABIST
  • Learning Organizations Journal , published by Emerald
  • Institutions & Economies Journal, published by Emerald
  • Quality and Quantity Journal
+ Other Responsibilities

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