Dr. Muhammad Ali Saeed
Category: Faculty
Published on: April 19, 2016
Last updated on March 12th, 2021
Personal Information
Campus Islamabad
Department Management Sciences
Designation Principal Business School
Name Dr. Muhammad Ali Saeed
Email hodbs.buic@bahria.edu.pk


Phone (Office EXT) 203
Research Area Public Policy
Number of Publications Journals = 13

Conferences = 03

Degree Passing Year Majors University
PH.D 2012 Economics University of Leicester, UK
MSc 2004 International Economics and Public Policy Cardiff University Wales UK
Teaching Experience
Designation From To Organization
Principal Business School March 2021 Till Date Bahria University Islamabad
HOD Business Studies Department Aug 2019 March 2021 Bahria University Islamabad
Director Academics Mar 2018 Sep 2018 Bahria University Islamabad
HOD Management Sciences Sep 2015 Sep 2015 Bahria University Islamabad
Assistant Professor Jan 2015 Aug 2015 CEMIS University of Nizwa Oman
HOD Management Sciences Feb 2012 Jan 2015 Bahria University Islamabad
Graduate Teaching Asst. Sep 2009 Dec 2011 University of Leicester
DSA/Faculty Member Aug 2006 Jan 2009 Bahria University Islamabad
Reg. Coord / Project Dir. Jan 2005 Jul 2007 Higher Education Commission
1.     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. (JCR Impact Factor and HEC Recognized)
2.    Saeed, M. A. et. al., 2018., Influence of Networking and Female Entrepreneurship in Patriarchal Societies: Empirical evidence regarding Role of Cultural effect as moderator. Transylvanian Review. (JCR Impact Factor and HEC Recognized)
3.    Saeed, M. A. & Shahid, M. N., 2018. Unhappy on the job: An unpleasant experienced by cashiers in the banking sector of Pakistan; Evidence from district Faisalabad. European Journal of Natural and Social Sciences. (JCR Impact Factor and HEC Recognized)
4.    Saeed, M. A. & Qureshi, S., 2018. The impact of spirituality on individual entrepreneurial orientation: An empirical study of Pakistani Universities. Journal for Academic and Corporate Studies Global Management , Vol. 7. Issue 2. 2017. (HEC Recognized)
5.    Saeed, M. A. et. al., 2017. The Impact of Transformational Leadership on Turnover Intentions Directly and Through Talent Engagement in the Banking Sector of Twin Cities of Pakistan. Journal of Managerial Sciences. Special Edition, Economics Business Management 2017. 409-430. (HEC Recognized)
6.    Saeed, M. A. & Shamim, M. A. 2017. External debt and export performance in Pakistan: an empirical investigation. Journal of Business Studies (JBS). Volume 13, Number 02. (HEC Recognized)
7.    Saeed, M. A. & Shamim, M. A. 2017. External debt and export performance in Pakistan: an empirical investigation. Journal of Business Studies (JBS). Volume 13, Number 02. (HEC Recognized)
8.    Saeed, M. A. & Jaweed, N., 2017. Quality and level of risk management exposure and its implications: Evidence from Pakistan. Journal of Quality and Technology Management. Volume XIII, Issue, I, June 2017. (HEC Recognized)
9.    Saeed, M. A. & Ramay, M. I., 2017. Impact of leadership behaviors on employees job satisfaction, morale and turnover intenstions. Bahria University Journal of Mnagement and Technology:Vol. 1. Issue 1. pp.48-60. (BUIC Journal)
10.  Saeed, M. A. & Ashfaq, S., 2017. Financial performance of the Banking industry of Pakistan: The role of corporate governance index and earnings management practices. Asian Journal of Scientific Research.Vol. 10. Issue. 2. 97-103. (ISI and SCOPUS Inexed)
11.   Saeed, M. A. & Bakhtawari, N., 2016. Effect of transformational leadership style on choice of strategy in conflict management in the service sector of Pakistan. Journal for Academic and Corporate Studies Global Management , Vol. 6. Issue 2. 2016. (HEC Recognized)
12.  Saeed, M. A. & Roberts, B., 2012. Privatizations around the world: economic or political determinants? Economics and Politics, 24(1), pp. 47-71. (JCR Impact factor and HEC Recognized)
1.    “Corporate Philanthropy and Corporate Financial Performance: Empirical Evidences from Non-Financial Sectors of Pakistan” ICEFR, Chicago 22nd June 2018.
2.    Does Institutional Quality and Political Competition Matter? Empirical Evidence from Developed and Developing Countries. 378th ICESS Conference Toronto. 29th April 2018.
3.    Aid, Aids and Government Sze in Sub-Saharan Africa. 5th International Conference on Business, Economics, Management and Marketing– ICBEMM 5-6th March 2018. University of Oxford.