Volume 9 Issue 1

Volume 9 Issue 1 of Abasyn Journal of Social Sciences in now available online. Click Link to Download.



Women Empowerment and IPRI’s Gender Equality MeasureCase study: District Charsadda and Peshawar, Pakistan
Impact of Brand Knowledge on Brand Equity of Universities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
An Empirical Investigation into the relationship between Organizational Culture, Internal Service Quality (ISQ) and Organizational Performance
Leadership Competitiveness in Public Sector Hospitals of Pakistan
Impact of Nurses’ Personality on Patients’ Satisfaction; an Occupational Focus on Spirituality at work as Moderator
Leader’s Self-Efficacy and Effectiveness of Leadership Styles
An Analysis of the Religion as a Culture Effect on the Consumers of the Telecommunication Market
Impact of Technology Quality, Perceived Ease of Use and Perceived Usefulness in the Formation of Consumer’s Satisfaction in the Context of E-learning
Talent Production in the Face of Retirement of Baby Boomers in Developed Countries
Measuring Brand Loyalty in Cola Market: A Three Dimensional Approach
The Impact of Corporate Governance on Financial Performance of the Pharmaceutical Industry in Pakistan
Relationship of Management-Rated High Performance Work System and Competitive Advantage: Mediating Role of Collective Human Capital
The Impact of Working Capital Policy on Financial Performance of Manufacturing Companies in Developing Countries: A Comparative Analysis of Domestic and Multinational Firms
Factors Determining the Attitude of Customers towards Islamic Banking: A Study of Peshawar, Pakistan
Factors Affecting Mutual Fund Performance In Pakistan: Evidence From Open Ended Mutual Funds
Determinants of Capital Structure Decision of Pakistani Insurance Industry
Impact of Internal Marketing on Employee Behaviors: Mediating Role of Employee Job Satisfaction
Oil Price volatility, Macroeconomic variables and Economic growth: Pakistan a Case-in-Point
An Analysis of Pakistan’s Exports using Gravity Model
Comparative Analysis of Asset Quality: Evidence from the Public and Private Sector Banks of Pakistan