Stock exchange and interest rate are two crucial factorofeconomic growth of a country. The impacts of interest rate on stock exchange provide important implications for monitory policy, risk management practices, financial securities valuation and government policy towards financial markets. This study seeks evidence supporting the existence of market efficiency on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) based on the daily general ...
South Asian Journal Of Managment Sciences
The South Asian Journal of Management Sciences (SAJMS) is a blind peer refereed journal published bi-annually by Iqra University. The journal recognizes the growing involvement of regional issues in management sciences within the larger context of globalization and international business arena. It, therefore, aims to provide an opportunity and a forum to communicate relevant and current issues in the area of business management and its allied sciences including emerging trends and their application to and implication for the global business community. The papers which are invited are based on Original Article, Invited Review, Short Report and Case Study. The papers/articles submitted are reviewed by the anonymous reviewers of Thomson Reuters via Review Locator of Thomson Reuters.
Subject Areas: Accounting, Banking and Finance, Islamic Banking, Economics, Marketing, Behavioral Economics, Business Strategy, Decision Analysis, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Information Systems, Decision Making, Operations Management, Organizational Behavior, Stochastic Models and Simulation, Information Systems, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain Management.
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Dr. Syed Ali Raza Editor-in-Chief South Asian Journal of Management Sciences
Muhammad Shahbaz, Comsat, PK
Keith Jackson, SOAS, UK
Maria Alberta Oliveira, ISMAI, Maia University Institute, PT
Carlos Santos, Portuguese Catholic University, PT
Cyril Peter, Wellington Institute of Technology, NZ
Marija Ham, University of Osijek, HR
Liao Jing, Massey University, NZ
Shehnaz Tehseen, Universiti Kuala Lumpur, MY
Omer Farooq, Kedge Business School, FRA
Puah Chin Hong, University Malaysia Sarawak, MY
Abdul Raziq, BUITEMS, PK
Syed Tehseen Jawaid, AERC, University of Karachi, PK
Wan Zahari Wan Yusoff, University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, MY
Anushree Tandon, Amity University, IND
Sajjad Zaheer, State Bank of Pakistan, PK
Faisal Rana, Bursa Orhangazi Ăśniversitesi, TY
Pok Wei Fong, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahmani, MY
Khaw Lee Hwei, Universiti Utara Malaysia, MY
Azira Binte Abdul Adzis, Universiti Utara Malaysia , MY
Sireethorn Civilize, Securities Exchange and Commission, TH
Sameh M. Reda Reyad, Higher Technological Institute, EG
Mohammed N. Chaker Ajman, University of Science and Technology, UAE
Luu Trong Tuan, Asian Institute of Technology, TH
Taimur Sharif, ALHOSN University, UAE
Jingjing Yang, Jiangxi Normal University, CN
Enrico Ivaldi, University of Genoa, IT
Chun Chu Liu, Chang Jung Christian University, TW
Omar Khalid Bhatti, IQRA University, PK
Tariq Jalees, PAF KIET, PK
Amber Thanwarani, Nanyang Technological University, SG
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The South Asian Journal of Management Sciences (SAJMS) is a free online multidisciplinary journal in the field of management sciences with no publication/review fee. The goal of SAJMS is to publish intuitive, original and impactful research in business.
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