• A Macro‐National Level Analysis of Arab Women's Work Engagement
    European Management Review

    Abstract This paper reviews the macro-national level factors that influence women's work engagement in Arab countries. First, it offers an overview of the notions of work engagement and gendered...

  • Nation-Scale Adoption of Shorter Breast Radiation Therapy Schedules Can Increase Survival in Resource Constrained Economies: Results From a Markov Chain Analysis
    International Journal of Radiation Oncology• Biology• Physics

    Purpose Hypofractionated whole breast irradiation and accelerated partial breast irradiation (APBI) offer women options for shorter courses of breast radiation therapy. The impact of these shorter...

  • Rewards and Creativity: Past, Present, and Future
    Applied Psychology

    Abstract Research on the effects of rewards on creativity has resulted in hundreds of empirical studies and several reviews of the reward–creativity relationship (RCR). Most reviews are...

  • Determinants of the Level of Informality of Informal Micro-Enterprises: Some Evidence from the City of Lahore, Pakistan
    World Development. Volume 84, August 2016, Pages 312–325

    Abstract: Recognizing that enterprises operate at varying levels of informality, this paper evaluates the determinants of their degree of informality. Reporting a 2012 survey of 300 informal...

  • Unpacking the curvilinear relationship between negative affectivity, performance, and turnover intentions: The moderating effect of time-related work stress
    Journal of Management & Organization. DOI: 10.1017/jmo.2016.10

    Abstract: This study explores the relationships of negative affectivity with two frequently studied outcome variables job performance and turnover intentions. Conventional wisdom holds that negative...

  • The use and misuse of student samples: An empirical investigation of European marketing research.
    Journal of Consumer Behaviour

    Abstract In spite of the five decade old debate on the merits of student samples, to date, no systematic review of the practice is undertaken. The need for such a review is warranted considering the...