Dr. Abdul Sattar
Category: Faculty
Published on: April 4, 2020,
Last modified on: December 7th, 2020
Last updated on December 7th, 2020
Personal Information
Campus Islamabad
Department Management Sciences
Designation Senior Associate Professor
Name Dr. Abdul Sattar
Email abdulsattar_63@yahoo.com
Phone (Office EXT) 92-51-9263425
Research Area Intellectual Property Rights, International Economics, Economic Growth and Econometrics
Number of Publications Journals = 17
Degree Passing Year Majors University
Ph.D. (Economics) 2012 Intellectual Property Rights, Technology Transfer and Economic Growth Pakistan Institute of Development Economics Islamabad
M.Sc. (Economics) 2001 Economics, Monetary Economics and Econometrics Quaid-I-Azam University Islamabad
B.A. 1999 Economics and Islamic Studies Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan
H.S.S.C. 1996 Physics, Chemistry and Biology B.I.S.E. Multan
S.S.C. 1993 Physics, Chemistry and Biology B.I.S.E. Multan
Teaching Experience
Designation From To Organization
Associate Professor July 2018 Till Date Bahria University Islamabad
Assistant Professor June 2014 July 2018 Bahria University Islamabad
Assistant Professor January 2014 June 2014 SZABIST Islamabad
Assistant Professor September 2012 September 2013 Bahria University Islamabad
1 Shirazi, Z. S., Sattar, A. Qazi, A.S., (2019) “An Empirical investigation of Pakistan’s bilateral Trade with India and Sri Lanka: A Gravity Model Approach”, New Horizons, 13(2): 133-142.
2 Shahid, M.N., Coronado, S. and Sattar, A. (2019) “Stock Market Behaviour: Efficient or Adaptive? Evidence from the Pakistan Stock Exchange”, Afro-Asian J. Finance and Accounting, 9(2):167–192.
3 Shahid, N.M., Sattar, A., Aftab, F, Saeed, M. A., Abbas, A. (2019) “Month of Ramadan Effect Swings and Market Becomes Adaptive: A firm level Evidence through Islamic Calendar”, Journal of Islamic Marketing, 11(3): 661-685.
4 Shakeel, Haider, Sattar, A., Adnan, Khizer and Sohaib. (2018) “Financial Regulations and Banking Efficiency: A Study of Banking Sector in Pakistan”, Abasyn Journal of Social Sciences – Special Issue: AIC: 622-635.
5 Ijaz Ahmed, Sattar, A. (2018) “The Influence of Justice Perceptions on Performance Appraisal Reactions in Telecom Sector of Pakistan”, Global Management Journal for Academic & Corporate Studies (GMJACS), 8(1): 86-100.
6 Shahid, N. M., Aftab, F., Sattar, A., Saeed, M.A. (2018) “Unhappy on the Job: An Unpleasant Experience Faced by Cashiers in the Banking Sector of Pakistan: Evidence from District Faisalabad”, European Online Journal of Natural and Social Sciences, 7(1)(S): 19-31.
7 Shahid, M. N., Sattar, A., Aftab, F., and Aslam, S. (2018) “Behavior of Islamic and Conventional Holiday-effect and Adaptive Hypothesis: A Firm Level Evidence from Emerging Markets of Asia”. Business Strategies, 12(2).
8 Shahid, M.N., Jabeen, S., Sattar, A., Ateeq. A. (2018). “Behavior of Bitcoin Returns and Adaptive Market Hypothesis (AMH)”. Asia Pacific Journal of Emerging Markets, 2(2):113-126.
9 Zeb, Shumaila, and Sattar, A. (2017) “Financial Regulations, Profit Efficiency, and Financial Soundness: Empirical Evidence from Commercial Banks of Pakistan”, The Pakistan Development Review, 56(2): 85-103.
10 Shahid, Naeem M., and Sattar, A. (2017) “Behavior of Calendar Anomalies, Market Conditions and Adaptive Market Hypothesis: Evidence from Pakistan Stock Exchange”, Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences, 11 (2): 471-504.
11 Malik, O. Farooq, Sattar, A., Shahzad, A., and Faiz, R. (2017) “Personal Bullying and Nurses’ Turnover Intentions in Pakistan: A Mixed Methods Study”, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 00(0): 1-21. Impact Factor: 1.94 (Thomson Reuters JCR 2016).
12 Ahmad, J., Sattar, A. (2016) “Estimation of Funds Selectivity and Market Timing: Performance of Pakistani’s Mutual Funds”, Global Management Journal for Academic & Corporate Studies (GMJACS), 6(2): 161-168.
13 Mahmood, T., Arby, M. F., Hussain T., Sattar, A. (2016) “Impact of Microfinance on Income Generation and Living Standards: A Case Study of Dera Ghazi Khan Division”, Pakistan Economic and Social Review, 54(1): 73-80.
14 Qazi, A.S., Mahmood, T., Sattar, A. (2014) “Innovation and Economic Development A Case of Small and Medium Enterprises in Pakistan”, Pakistan Economic and Social Review, 52(2): 1-16.
15 Maqbool, M.S., Mehmood, T., Sattar, A., Bhalli, M. N., (2013), “Determinant of Unemployment: Empirical Evidences from Pakistan”, Pakistan Economic and Social Review, 51(2): 191–207.
16 Sattar, A., et al., (2013), “Patenting, Licensing, Trade, Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth: A Panel Data Analysis of Middle and Low Income Countries”, Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, 18(5): 475-484. Impact Factor: 0.343 (Thomson Reuters JCR 2011).
17 Sattar, A., and Mehmood, T., (2011), “Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Growth: Evidences from High Income, Middle Income and Low Income Countries”, Pakistan Economic and Social Review, 49(2): 163-186.