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Qamar Ali

 

PhD Candidate

 

University of Innsbruck School of Management

Human Resource Management Unit

Universitätsstraße 15
A-6020 Innsbruck

 +0043 681 84824933
qamarwaince@gmail.com

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Profile

 

Qamar Ali’s main area of interest is human resource management (HRM). His current research focuses on the sociological side of employment relations. He primarily works with Convention Theory.


Short Vita

  • PhD candidate (since 2014) University of Innsbruck School of Management
  • Masters in Management (2008-2011) University of Management and Technology
  • Lecturer (since 2009) Government College University Faisalabad
  • Lecturer (2007-2009) University of Management and Technology
  • Lecturer (2006-2007) The University of Faisalabad
  • Lecturer (2005-2006) Punjab College of Information Technology
  • Business Development Officer (2003-2005) Bank Alfalah Ltd.
  • Masters in Business Administration (2001-2003) University of Agriculture Faisalabad

 

Selected Publications

Qamar Ali and Jahanzaib Yousuf (forthcoming): Impact of Knowledge Management on Innovation: Evidence from a South Asian Country. Journal of Information and Knowledge Management,

 

Qamar Ali and Julia Brandl (2018): How compley Domination enables selection: Academic hiring conventions in a Pakistani University. European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology, 5(1-2), 140-164.

 

Qamar Ali and Julia Brandl (2017). HRM Research in Pakistan: Existing Approaches and Future Directions. Journal of Management Sciences, 4(2), 170-192.

 

Shehzad, Khurram; Ali, Qamar; Bajwa, Sami Ullah (2012): Role of Incubation in Women Entrepreneurship Development in Pakistan. Asian Journal of Business Management 4(2): 200-208. Free Access

 

Qamar, Beenish; Ali, Qamar (2012): Towards a Hybrid Model of Strategic Change: Combining revolutionary and evolutionary approaches together. International Journal of Management & Strategy (IJMS) 3(5). Free Access

 

Ali, Qamar; Jadoon, M. Z. Iqbal (2012): Towards an Indigenous Perspective on HRM: A study of textile industry of Pakistan. International Journal of Management and Organizational Studies (IJMOS) 1(2): 1-9. Free Access

 

Rasheed, Aqsa; Ali, Qamar (2012): A Comparison of Learning Processes and Practices between Manufacturing and Services Sectors of Pakistan. Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review (OMAN Chapter) 2 (1): 125-135. Free Access

 

Ali, Qamar; Bajwa, Sami Ullah; Shehzad, Khurram (2011): Supportive Learning Environment: A Comparison between Private and Public Sector Organizations of Pakistan. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 1 (10): 197-203. Free Access

 

Ali, Qamar; Rehman, Manqoosh Ur (2011). Cultural Diagnostic: An empirical investigation of cellular industry of Pakistan. Asian Journal of Business Management 3(4): 278-286. Free Access

 

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