Dr. Asma Basit
Category: Faculty
Published on: March 31, 2020,
Personal Information
Campus Islamabad  
Department Management Sciences
Designation Senior Assistant Professor
Name Dr. Asma Basit
Email asmabasit.buic@bahria.edu.pk
Phone (Office EXT) +92-51-111-111-028 EXT 
Research Area Entrepreneurship and Marketing
Number of Publications Journals = 7
Conferences = 10
Qualification
Degree Passing Year Majors University
PhD 2012 Entrepreneurship University of Essex, UK
MSc 2005 Industrial Economics University of Peshawar, Peshawar
MBA 2004 Finance University of Peshawar, Peshawar
BBA (HONS) 2003 Finance University of Peshawar, Peshawar
Teaching Experience
Designation From To Organization
Senior Assistant Professor August,2019 Till Date Bahria University Islamabad
Assistant Professor June, 2012 Nov 2017 Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar
Lecturer August, 2006 October, 2007 Frontier Women University, Peshawar
Publications
Journals
1 Mitra, J., Basit, A. (2019), “Personal Networks and Growth Aspirations: A Case Study of Second Generation, Muslim, Female Entrepreneurs”.  Small Business and Entrepreneurship Journal (SBEJ) https://doi.org/10.1007/s11187-019-00211-3
2 Gohar, M., Rauf, A., Abrar, A., (2018) “Growth Aspirations of Pukhtoon Women Entrepreneurs”. FWU Journal of Social Sciences. Vol.1 (12)
3 Rauf, A. (2017) “Ethnography of Female Diaspora Networks: The Emerging Case of Pakistani Female Entrepreneurs in London”. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies, Vol. 3(1)
4 Rehman, M, Gohar, M. Abrar, A., Syed, S. and Basit, A (2016), “Finding the Association: Impact of Business and Management Studies on Students’ Intention to Become an Entrepreneur”, International Journal of Business Studies Review
5 Abrar, A, Gohar, M,  Basit, A, and Junaid, M (2016) “Integrating Grounded Theory And Narrative Analysis For Understanding Entrepreneurial Learning Of Creative Women Entrepreneurs”  Journal of Management Research Vol 2, Issue 2, July-Dec 2016.
6 Abrar, A, Gohar,M,  Basit, A, and Junaid, M (2016) “Locating The Origin and Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Theories”  Journal of Management Research Vol 2, Issue 2, July-Dec 2016.
7 Rauf, A and Mitra, J. (2012) ‘Role of Personal Networks in the Growth of Entrepreneurial Ventures of Ethnic Minority Female Entrepreneurs’, WP5, CER Working Paper series, ISSN 2048-2426
Conferences
1 Rauf, A. and Mitra, J. (2013). ‘Role of (mis)Trust in Personal Network on Growth Aspirations of Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs – A Case Study of Pakistani Female Entrepreneurs in UK’.12th International Entrepreneurship Forum (12th IEF), Social Sustainability and Economic Security: The Agenda for Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century’,4-6 September 2013, Vilnius, Lithuania
2 Rauf, A. and Mitra, J. (2012), ‘Egocentric Network Analysis of Personal Networks and Ethnic Minority Female Entrepreneurs: The Case of Innovative Immigrant and British Born Pakistani Female Entrepreneurs’. 35th Annual Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Conference, November 7-8, 2012.Dublin, Ireland, UK. Won the Best Paper Award
3 Rauf, A. and Mitra, J. (2012). ‘A Qualitative Analysis of (mis)Trust in Personal Networks of Pakistani Female Entrepreneurs’.11th International Entrepreneurship Forum (11th IEF), Entrepreneurship and Sustainability: From Lifestyles to Innovative Enterprises in Creative and Sustainable Environments,3-6 September 2012, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
4 Rauf, A. and Mitra, J. (2011), ‘A Qualitative Approach to Studying Personal Networks of Ethnic Minority Female Entrepreneurs’. 25thAnnual Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business (RENT XXV) conference. November 17-18, 2011,Bodo, Norway
5 Rauf, A. and Mitra, J. (2011). ‘The Role of Personal Networks in the Growth Aspirations of Ethnic Minority Female Entrepreneurs’. 34th Annual Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE)Conference, November 9-10, 2011. The Octagon, Sheffield, UK
6 Gohar, M., Rauf, A., and Abrar, A. (2011). ‘Making of Household Entrepreneurs; Lived Experiences of Pukhtoon Women’. The 56th Annual International Council for Small Business (ICSB) World Conference. June 15-18, 2011, Stockholm Waterfront Congress Center, Stockholm, Sweden
7 Abrar, A., Rauf, A., and Gohar, M. (2011). ‘Conceptualizing Gender and Entrepreneurial Learning – A Review of Literature’. The 56th Annual International Council for Small Business (ICSB) World Conference. June 15-18, 2011, Stockholm Waterfront Congress Center, Stockholm, Sweden
8 Rauf, A. and Mitra, J. (2011). ‘Egocentric Network Analysis of Personal Networks of Ethnic Minority Female Entrepreneurs’.10th International Entrepreneurship Forum (10th IEF),  Entrepreneurship and Society: Creating Social, Economic, Cultural and Personal Value, 9-11 January 2011, Tamkeen, Bahrain
9 Rauf, A. and Mitra, J. (2010).’Role of Personal Networks in the Growth of Entrepreneurial Ventures of Ethnic Minority Female Entrepreneurs’.The33rd Annual Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Conference, Looking to the Future: Economic and Social Regeneration through Entrepreneurial Activity, November 3-4, 2010, Grand Connaught Rooms, London.
10 Rauf, A. (2010). ‘Ethnography of Female Diaspora Networks – Pakistani Female Entrepreneurs in London’. The 5th Annual Joint University of Liverpool Management School and Keele University Institute for Public Policy and Management Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences. September 1-3, 2010, Queen Mary, University of London.