Research

Selected Research Work

PUBLICATIONS

  • Roomi, M. A. (2014). A Contextual Analysis of Women’s Entrepreneurial Activity in Pakistan: An Institutional Perspective. Gender, Work and Organization. (Accepted – with Rehman, S.)                       
  • Roomi, M. A. (2014). About Gender Differences and the Social Environment in the Development of Entrepreneurial Intentions. Journal of Small Business Management. (Accepted – with Santos, J.F. and Liñán, F.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2013). Entrepreneurial Capital, Social Values and Cultural Traditions: Exploring the Growth of Women-Owned Enterprises in Pakistan. International Small Business Journal. 31(2), 175-191.
  • Roomi, M. A. (2012). Gender and Work Life Balance: A phenomenological Study of Women Entrepreneurs. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 19(2), 209-228. (With Rehman, S.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2012). Issues and Challenges Faced by the Potential Women Entrepreneurs in Pakistan: A Case Study of Sind Province. International Journal of Management Research and Emerging Sciences. 1(1), 119-131. (With Kumar, M. and Chaudhry, N. I.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2011). Entrepreneurial Leadership: What is it and How Should it be Taught? International Review of Entrepreneurship, 9(3). (With Harrison, P.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2010). Accounting for the development of human capital in manufacturing organizations: A study of the Pakistani textile sector. Journal of Human Resource Costing & Accounting, 14(3), 178-195. (With Chaudhry, N. I.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2010). Behind the Veil: Women’s Capacity Building and Enterprise Development in Pakistan. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 2(2), 150-172. (With Harrison, P.)
  • Roomi. M. A., (2010). Analysis of the effectiveness of marketing programmes adopted by small to medium-sized enterprises. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 17(2), 184-203. (With Parrott, G., and Holliman, D.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2009). Impact of Social Capital Development and Use in the Growth Process of Women-Owned Firms. International Journal of Enterprising Culture, 17(4), 473 – 495.
  • Roomi, M. A. (2009). Women-owned Enterprises in the UK: Analysis of Factors Influencing the Growth Process. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 16(2), 270 – 288. (With Harrison, P. and Beaumont-Kerridge, J.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2008). Training Needs of Women-owned SMEs in England. Education + Training, 50 (8/9), 687 – 696. (With Harrison, P.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2008). Barriers to Development and Progression of Women Entrepreneurs in Pakistan. International Journal of Entrepreneurship, 17(1), 59- 72. (With Parrott, G.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2008). Impact of Women-only Entrepreneurship Training in Islamic Society. In Women’s Entrepreneurship and Social Capital: A Dialogue and Construction, I. Aaltio, E. Sundin, and P. Kyrö, Eds. Denmark: Copenhagen Business School Press. (With Harrison, P.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2002). APNA KAROBAAR (Her Own Business), Pakistan: Women’s Empowerment Group.
  • Roomi, M. A. (2001). Commercialisation of Business Development Services through NGOs – A Case Study of AKRSP-Pakistan. Small Business Services in Asian Countries, ITDG, UK. (With Newnham, J.)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2000). Proposed Strategy for the Establishment and Development of Small and Medium Enterprises in Pakistan. Small and Medium Enterprises in Asian Pacific Countries: Linkages and Policy Support, Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA.

 

PUBLISHED TEACHING CASES

  •  Roomi, M. A. (2012). An Uphill Task: What Makes an Entrepreneurial Triumph? Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 812-013-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 812-013-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2012). Unleashing Entrepreneurship: Experimenting with the Unknown, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 811-055-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 811-055-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2012). Opening Doors to Closed Ventures: An Entrepreneur’s Vision, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 811-054-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 811-054-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2011). The Rise of Technopsis: An Entrepreneurial Journey, European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 311-203-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 311-203-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2011). What Went Wrong? Implementation of MIS at an Academic Institution, European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 311-173-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 311-173-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2011). Pak Star Automobile Limited, European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 411-063-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 411-063-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2011). The Sozo Effect. European Case Clearing House, European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 811-038-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 811-038-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2011). Breaking Grounds through Innovative Strategies: An Entrepreneurial Feat. European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 811-021-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 811-021-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2011). Knocking Doors for Creating New Ventures. European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 811-020-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 811-020-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2011). The Way Forward: A Management Dilemma. European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 411-023-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 411-023-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2010). From Rags to Riches. European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 810-058-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 810-058-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2010). Defining Prospects. European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 810-054-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 810-054-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2010). Different Strokes: Changing Fortunes. European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 810-021-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 810-021-8
  • Roomi, M. A. (2010). The Hard Road: Steps on Entrepreneurial Journey. European Case Clearing House, Cranfield, UK. Case Study – Ref 810-038-1 + Teaching Note – Ref 810-038-8

 

CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTIONS

  •  Roomi, M.A., Chaudhry, A.K., Chaudhry, A. R., Rehman, S. and Irem, K. (2014). The Role of Social Capital and Knowledge Management in the Performance of SMEs: An Empirical Investigation in Pakistan. ITMITCE 2014: AASRC 9th International Conference on “Innovative  Trends in Management, Information, Technologies, Computing and Engineering to tackle A Competitive Global Environment” , Istanbul 18 -20 June 2014.
  • Roomi, M.A., Bhatt, P., Waligo, V.  (2014).  ICT Enabled Mentoring of Women Entrepreneurs in Emerging Economies: Challenges and Prospects.   GWO 2014 : The 8th Gender, Work and Organisation Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK  24- 26 June  2014.
  • Roomi, M.A. (2013). Her Family, Household and Entrepreneurial Venture: Using a Life Course Perspective to Make Sense of the Work–Life Choices of Pakistani Women Entrepreneurs. Paper presented at 58th ICSB Conference, Ponce, Puerto Rico: June.                                              (Winner of ICSB/GIWE/IJGE/CWEL Best Paper Award on Women’s Entrepreneurship)
  • Roomi, M.A. (2012). Transforming Contacts into Resources: The Effect of Women Entrepreneurs’ Human Capital on Building and Using Social Capital for Enterprise Growth. Paper presented at 57th ICSB Conference, Wellington, New Zealand: June.
  • Roomi, M.A. (2011). A Contextual Analysis of Women’s Entrepreneurial Activity in Pakistan: An Institutional Perspective. Paper presented at 34th ISBE Annual Conference. Sheffield, UK.
  • Roomi, M.A. (2010). Gender and Work Life Balance: A phenomenological Study of Women Entrepreneurs in Pakistan. Paper presented at 33rd ISBE Annual Conference. London, UK.
  • Roomi, M.A. (2009). Entrepreneurial Capital, Social Values and Cultural Traditions: Growth of Women-owned Enterprises in Pakistan. Paper presented at 54th ICSB Conference, Seoul, Korea: June. (Winner of ICSB/IJGE/NWBC Best Paper Award on Women’s Entrepreneurship)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2009).  Role of Women’s Leadership in Economic Development. Paper presented at CIPE Women’s Leadership Conference, Lahore, Pakistan: June. (Invited speaker)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2009). Teaching Entrepreneurial Leadership: Clearing the Concept for the Classroom. Paper presented at 2009 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Babson, MA, USA: May.
  • Roomi, M. A. (2009). Entrepreneurship Development in Pakistan – Issues and Opportunities Business Policy Roundtable organised by CIPE. Pakistan, February. (Keynote speaker)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2008). Women-Owned Enterprises in Pakistan: Factors Influencing Growth. Diana International Symposium on Women’s Entrepreneurship. Belfast, November.
  • Roomi, M. A. (2008). Transforming Contacts into Resources: Women Entrepreneurs in the UK-Building, Maintaining, and Utilising Social Capital. Paper presented at 2008 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA: May.
  • Roomi, M. A. (2007). Women-Owned Enterprises in the UK: Analysis of Factors Influencing the Growth Process. 34th ISBC Annual Conference. Bangkok, November. (Invited speaker)
  • Roomi, M. A. (2006). Women’s Entrepreneurship: A Systematic Review of Contemporary Perspectives. Paper presented at 51st ICSB Conference. Melbourne, Australia: June.
  • Roomi, M.A. (2005). The Impact of Entrepreneurship Training on Entrepreneurial Performance of Women. Paper presented at 28th ISBE Annual Conference. Blackpool, UK: November.
  • Roomi, M.A. (2005). Women Entrepreneurs in Pakistan: Profile, Problems, and Policy Recommendations. Paper presented at 51st ICSB Conference, Washington, D.C., USA: June.

 

RESEARCH DEGREE SUPERVISION (Completion)

  •  PhD – Naveed Iqbal Chaudhry (Pakistan)
  • MSc by Research – Kshama Sirinivasan (India)

 

RESEARCH DEGREE SUPERVISION (In Process)

  •  PhD – Petya Koleva (Bulgaria)
  • PhD – Hadil Al Moosa  (Oman)
  • PhD – Hakim Ali Mahaiser (Pakistan)

 

INVITED LECTURES / SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

  •  Nottingham Business School (June, 2013) – “Exploring research methodological issues associated with conducting research with SMEs in the UK”.
  • Wales Business School, Newport University (April, 2013) Entrepreneurship Training for Non- Business School University Faculty Members, organised by the National Council for Entrepreneurship in Education.
  • Coventry University Business School (March, 2013) Entrepreneurship Training for University Faculty Members, organised by the National Council for Entrepreneurship in Education.
  • The Punjab University, Pakistan (April, 2012) – How to Write Quality Case Studies for Teaching, organised by the Business and Administration Faculty.
  • Superior University, Pakistan (September, 2011) – How to Publish in Quality Academic Journals, organised by the Vice Chancellor’s Office.
  • Lahore University of Management Sciences (June, 2009) – Role of Business Schools in Developing Enterprises and SMEs, organised by the Association of Management Development Institutions in Pakistan.

 

SCHOLARLY RESPONSIBILITIES

  •  International Journal of Management Research and Emerging Sciences – Associate Editor
  • South Asian Journal of Global Business Research (Emerald) – Member Editorial Review Board
  • International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship (Emerald) – Member Editorial Review Board
  • Journal of Business Venturing (Elsevier) – Reviewer
  • Journal of Small Business Management (Wiley-Blackwell) – Reviewer
  • International Small Business Journal (Sage) – Reviewer
  • Entrepreneurship and Regional Development  (Taylor and Francis) – Reviewer
  • International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship (Emerald) – Reviewer
  • International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research (InderScience) – Reviewer

2 comments

  1. khadija says:

    السلام عليكم و رحمة الله وبركاته

    I’m a PhD student & i need papers about women entrepreneurs.

    Thank u

  2. Dr. Riyaz Ahmad Khan says:

    Assalamualaikum Sir,

    To put it simple i have three passions:
    1. Have you as my professional mentor.
    2. Pursue postdoc in entrepreneurship in some prestigious university.
    3. To work as a full time Associate professor in entrepreneurship in some prestigious Gulf university .
    In this milieu, need your help,guidance and directions.
    Highest regards
    Riyaz

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