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Current issue of the Lahore Journal of Business – a a biannual publication of Lahore School of Economics – is off the press. It contains the following papers that are on the cutting edge of business research in Pakistan:

Sagheer Muhammad, Adnan Akhtar and Nasir Sultan, in their paper “Shock Dependence and Volatilty Transmission between Oil Prices and Stock Returns: Evidence from Pakistan,” investigate shock dependence and volatility transmission between the crude oil and equity markets, based on crude oil returns and stock index returns for the period 2 January 2009 to 27 January 2014.

Abdul Rafay, RamlaSadiq and MobeenAjmal in their paper “Effect of IAS-24 on Governance Mechanism and Ownership structures: Evidence from a South Asian Economy,” examine the interrelationship between RPTs (as disclosed under IAS-24), agency theory, ownership structures and firm performance.

Naheed Sultana, OsaidRabie, Mariam Farooq and Ayesha Amjad in their paper “Impact of Perceived Supervisor Support on OCB: moderated effect of introversion,” examine the extent to which introversion moderates the relationship between perceived supervisor support and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB).

Faisal Mahmood and Ghulame Rubbaniy, in their paper “An Analysis of the US Mutual Funds Sector: What Determines Performance?,” analyze the performance of equity mutual funds in the US, using monthly data for a sample of 4,431 equity mutual funds over the period 1999–2012. The findings suggest that larger funds with higher liquidity and turnover generate higher returns, while expenses and management fees have a negative impact on performance.

Mariam Musaddiq, Muhammad Ali Asadullah and Imran Hameed in their paper “The Moderating Effect of Helping Behavior on the Relationship Between Ingratiation and Supervisor Satisfaction,” investigate the combined effect of ingratiation and helping behavior on supervisor satisfaction in the workplace based on a sample of 168 supervisors and 453 employees working in Pakistan’s hospitality sector.

Full text articles are available here

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