South Asian Journal of Business Studies: Volume 10 Issue 2


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Ownership concentration, innovation and firm performance: empirical study in Indian technology SME context

Manali Chatterjee, Titas Bhattacharjee

This study aims to understand the influence of R&D intensity and ownership concentration on performance of Indian technology SMEs, at the intersection of “value creation”…


Entrepreneurial growth intention and capability approach in agriculture: lesson from Sri Lanka

Vilani Sachitra, Chandra Padmini

It is imperative to offer a new perspective of Entrepreneurial Growth Intention (EGI) that draws directly upon the capability approach. The aim of this study is to investigate the…

A quarter century of management research in South Asia – III: analysis and conclusions

Sanjay T. Menon

In Part I and Part II of this review series, management research over a 25-year period from 1990 to 2014 from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and…

Impact of employee value proposition on employees’ intention to stay: moderating role of psychological contract and social identity

Asha Binu Raj

This paper aims to examine the relationship between employee value proposition (EVP) and employees’ intention to stay and analyse how psychological contract and social identity…


Employee engagement, creativity and task performance: role of perceived workplace autonomy

Subash Chandra Pattnaik, Rashmita Sahoo

The purpose of this study is to examine the mediating effect of creativity in the relationship between employee engagement and task performance and the moderating role of…


Macroeconomic variables and stock indices: an asymmetric evidence from quantile ARDL model

Bisharat Hussain Chang, Niaz Ahmed Bhutto, Jamshid Ali Turi, Shabir Mohsin Hashmi, Raheel Gohar

This study examines the short-run and long-run impact of macroeconomic variables such as industrial production index, inflation, exchange rate, interest rate, foreign direct…

Innovation and entrepreneurship amidst coronavirus: a hybrid innovation network response

Sreevas Sahasranamam

This article aims to discuss adaptation of innovation network during crisis, using the context of an Indian state’s response during early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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