• Agency and coping strategies for ethnic and gendered minorities at work
    The International Journal of Human Resource Management. Pages 1-25. DOI 10.1080/09585192.2016.1166787

    Abstract: This study examines the comparative workplace experiences of twenty Muslim professional women from the United Kingdom and Australia classified as minorities in terms of their ethnic,...

  • Muslim Diaspora in the West and International HRM
    The International Journal of Human Resource Management

    Interest in Islam and how Muslims organise themselves within the so-called Western world has largely stemmed from the flow of Muslim immigration since the 1960s and the 1970s (Loobuyck, Debeer,...

  • A relational understanding of work-life balance of Muslim migrant women in the west: future research agenda
    The International Journal of Human Resource Management. Pages 1-19. doi 10.1080/09585192.2016.1166784

    Abstract: Increasing globalisation and work intensification has led to a blurring of roles and boundaries between work and family. Such influences are more pronounced in migrant workers who often...

  • How does crisis affect efficiency? An empirical study of East Asian markets
    Borsa Istanbul Review, 16(1), 1-8.

    Abstract Much research has been undertaken in the Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) over the preceding two decades. With Asian countries emerging as a global powerhouse in terms of regional...

  • Consumer Expectations: A Residual Based Approach
    Review of Income and Wealth

    Abstract This paper presents an economy-wide consumer expectations indicator that reflects different degrees of optimism or pessimism with respect to consumers’ confidence in their economy. The...