Investigating the Long-run Influences of Human Capital on Innovation and Economic Growth in MENA Countries

Seyed Valiallah Mirhoseyni; Seyed Hosein Izadi; Leila Mohammad Ghader

Volume 10, Issue 2 , February 2023, , Pages 122-134

  Human capital is supposed to be an important factor in innovation and economic development. However, the long-run influence of human capital on current innovation and economic development is still unclear, in particular in the MENA region. Therefore, the present study is to investigate the long-run influence ...  Read More

Enhancing Innovation through Learning Organisation among the Multinationals in Malaysia: Mediating Role of Self Efficacy

Sharmila Sethumadevan; Zubair Hassan; Abdul Basit

Volume 7, Issue 11 , November 2020, , Pages 622-647

  The aim of this research is to examine the impact of learning organization on innovation, mediated by the self-efficacy among Multinationals in Malaysia. This study builds on the conceptual framework and further analyses the important factors of learning organization in predicting individual innovation ...  Read More

Understanding Definition of Entrepreneurship

Didip Diandra; Ahmad Azmy

Volume 7, Issue 5 , May 2020, , Pages 301-306

  Entrepreneurship is a natural phenomenon in business. It is part of business life. It shows that business is healthy when there are entrepreneurial skills and managements are adopted for changing and learning. Thus, it will be beneficial for any business organization to understand the definition of entrepreneurship, ...  Read More

Impact of Individual Learning on Team Learning and Innovation in the Petroleum Industry of Malaysia

Zubair Hassan; Abdul Basit

Volume 5, Issue 6 , June 2018, , Pages 417-447

  The aim of this research is to investigate the impact of Individual learning on Team learning and Innovation in the Petroleum Industry of Malaysia. The study will carry this research through engaging 321 employees of one petroleum company (PETRONAS) in Malaysia using convenience sampling. The independent ...  Read More

Effect of FDI, R & D, and High-Tech Exports on Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Pakistan and Canada over the Period of 1982-2011

Waqar Ahmad; Aqsa Bibi; Aqsa Bibi

Volume 4, Issue 12 , December 2017, , Pages 1176-1191

  Innovation is coming from new Knowledge, and new Technology. The author select these two countries because Canada has a very strong innovative economy, while Pakistan is not so strong. The study concludes that foreign direct investment, R&D, and High-tech exports have a positive impact on economic ...  Read More

Innovation Performance of Pakistani SME’s: Micro Level Evidence

Usman Ullah Khan

Volume 4, Issue 6 , June 2017, , Pages 640-658

  This study investigates empirically the determinants of innovation performance of Pakistani SMEs, through micro level evidence.  There is research gap of innovation analysis of Pakistani SMEs at micro level. The data has been drawn from World Bank Enterprise Survey of 1247 Pakistani manufacturing ...  Read More

Employees’ Productivity and Automated Information System in Telecommunication Organization in Iran

Fatemehsadat Mousavifard; Moharram Kazemi; Abdolhossein Ayoubi

Volume 3, Issue 3 , March 2016, , Pages 211-221

  This study is done to examine the role of automated information system on employees’ effectiveness and productivity in Telecommunication organization, Shiraz, Iran. Sample population includes employees of Telecommunication organization; 50 employees were selected as participants. This study is ...  Read More

Identification of Service Innovation Dimensions in Service Organizations

Mohammad Reza Meigounpoory; Mehran Rezvani; Manouchehr Afshar

Volume 2, Issue 7 , July 2015, , Pages 737-748

  In today competitive world, innovation is a key factor for creating competitive advantage and even for survival of the enterprises and as a propellant for business growth and prosperity and maintain more profitability for an organization, as a result of market needs and technology push. In service organizations, ...  Read More

Examining the Relationship between Marketing Capability and Innovation

Najibeh Abbasi Rostami

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2015, , Pages 64-72

  The need for organizations to innovate comes from increasing competition and customer demands and new market areas. In today’s complex and turbulent environment the need for innovation in products and processes is widely recognised. For firms competing in a global market place, innovations play ...  Read More