Dr. Muhammad Nawaz Tunio, PhD (AAU, Austria)
Dr. Muhammad Nawaz Tunio, PhD (AAU, Austria)
University of Sufism and Modern Sciences, Bhitshah, Pakistan
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Learning experiences of women entrepreneurs amidst COVID-19
G Afshan, S Shahid, MN Tunio
International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship 13 (2), 162-186, 2021
Do workforce diversity, inclusion practices, & organizational characteristics contribute to organizational innovation? Evidence from the UAE
IS Chaudhry, RY Paquibut, MN Tunio
Cogent Business & Management 8 (1), 1947549, 2021
Determinants of the sustainable entrepreneurial engagement of youth in developing country—An empirical evidence from Pakistan
MN Tunio, IS Chaudhry, S Shaikh, MA Jariko, M Brahmi
Sustainability 13 (14), 7764, 2021
How entrepreneurship sustains barriers in the entrepreneurial process—A lesson from a developing nation
MN Tunio, MA Jariko, T Børsen, S Shaikh, T Mushtaque, M Brahmi
Sustainability 13 (20), 11419, 2021
Towards an integrated model for the transference of environmental responsibility
FG Gilal, NG Gilal, NA Channa, RG Gilal, RG Gilal, MN Tunio
Business strategy and the environment 29 (6), 2614-2623, 2020
Role of ICT in promoting entrepreneurial ecosystems in Pakistan
MN Tunio
Journal of Business Ecosystems (JBE) 1 (2), 1-21, 2020
Academic entrepreneurship in developing countries: contextualizing recent debate
MN Tunio
Research handbook on entrepreneurship in emerging economies, 130-146, 2020
Toward collaborative networking among innovation laboratories: a conceptual framework
AB Memon, K Meyer, MN Tunio
International Journal of Innovation Science 14 (2), 282-301, 2022
The ties that bind: do brand attachment and brand passion translate into consumer purchase intention?
F Gilal, N Gilal, R Gilal, Z Gon, W Gilal, M Tunio
Central European Management Journal 29, 14-38, 2021
The study of self-employment at SMEs level with reference to poverty in developing countries
MN Tunio, AA Soomro, D Bogenhold
Business and Management Research 6 (2), 33-39, 2017
Multifaceted perils of the Covid-19 and implications: A Review
MN Tunio, E Shaikh, S Lighari
Studies of Applied Economics 39 (2), 2021
Finance and women's entrepreneurship in DETEs: A literature review
E Shaikh, MN Tunio, F Qureshi
Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation and Development, 191-209, 2021
Role of leadership in adoption of blockchain technology in small and medium enterprises in Saudi Arabia
N Alshareef, MN Tunio
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 911432, 2022
Role of information processing and digital supply chain in supply chain resilience through supply chain risk management
A Rashid, R Rasheed, AH Ngah, MDR Pradeepa Jayaratne, S Rahi, ...
Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing, 2024
How hotel industry cope up with the COVID-19: An SME Perspective
MN Tunio, L Yusrini, ZA Shah, N Katper, MA Jariko
Etikonomi 20 (2), 213-224, 2021
Impact of COVID-19 on GDP: A serial mediation effect on international tourism and hospitality industry
S Shaikh, MF Sultan, TM Mushtaque, MN Tunio
International Journal of Management (IJM) 12 (4), 422-430, 2021
Impact of Authentic Leadership on Organizational Citizenship Behavior by Using The Mediating Effect of Psychological Ownership.
E Shaikh, WA Watto, MN Tunio
Etikonomi 21 (1), 89-102, 2022
Customer satisfaction and Customer loyalty: An empirical case study on the impact of benefits generated through Smartphone applications
E Shaikh, WA Watto, M Brahmi, MN Tunio, SN Lighari
International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management 12 (1-2), 119-139, 2023
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Hotels in Austria, Pakistan, and Indonesia: small and medium Enterprise spillover of COVID-19
MN Tunio, L Yusrini, G Shoukat
Handbook of research on entrepreneurship, innovation, sustainability, and …, 2021
CSR actions and post-COVID-19 consequences in the hotel industry: a conceptual framework
G Afshan, S Ilyas, MN Tunio, M Kalhoro
International Journal of Strategic Change Management 7 (4), 275-289, 2021
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