Gender

Peer-Reviewed Journals

  1. Syed, J. & Metcalfe, B. (2017). Under western eyes: A transnational and postcolonial perspective of gender and HRD. Human Resource Development International, 20(5), 403-14.
  2. Hennekam, S., Tahssain‐Gay, L., & Syed, J. (2017). Contextualising diversity management in the Middle East and North Africa: A relational perspective. Human Resource Management Journal, 27(3).
  3. Syed, J., Khilji, S. E. & Luque, M. F. S. (2017). Gender and leadership in South Asia: Dreams and realities. South Asian Journal of Global Business Research.
  4. Syed, J. (2017). Islam and female migrant domestic workers in Qatar. Sociology of Islam, 5(2-3), 179-199.
  5. Banihani, M. & Syed, J. (2017). Gendered work engagement: Qualitative insights from Jordan. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-27.
  6. Nisar, M. A. (2017). (Un)Becoming a man: Legal consciousness of the third gender category in Pakistan. Gender and Society.
  7. Syed, J. & Tariq, M. (2017). Paradox of gender and leadership in India: A critical review of Mardaani. South Asian Journal of Global Business Studies, 6(3), 365-379.
  8. Tariq, M. & Syed, J. (2017). Intersectionality at work: South Asian Muslim women's experiences of employment and leadership in the United Kingdom. Sex Roles, 77(7), 510-22.
  9. Mir Zulfiqar, G. (2017). Does microfinance enhance gender equity in access to finance? Evidence from Pakistan. Feminist Economics, 23(1), 160-185.
  10. Ali, F. & Syed, J. (2016). From rhetoric to reality: A multilevel analysis of gender equality in Pakistani organizations. Gender, Work & Organization, 24(5), 472-86.
  11. Syed, J. & Banihani, M. (2016). A macro-national level analysis of Arab women's work engagement. European Management Journal, 14(2), 132-142.
  12. Ali, F., Malik, A., Pereira, V. & Al-Ariss, A. (2016). A relational understanding of work-life balance of Muslim migrant women in the West: Future research agenda. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 28(8).
  13. Ali, F. & Murray, P. A. (2016). Agency in decision making and the coping strategies of ethnic female employees. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 28(8), 1236-1260.
  14. Ali, F. & Kramar, R. (2015). An exploratory study of sexual harassment in Pakistani organisations. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 32(1), 229-249.
  15. Zainulabdin, K. & Beger, M. (2015). Breaking the silence: Acceptability and impact of Girl Talk, an educational health Intervention for young Pakistani females. Cases in Public Health Communication & Marketing (CPHCM), 8, 94-114.
  16. Syed, J. & Van Burren, H. (2014). Global business norms and Islamic views of women’s employment. Business Ethics Quarterly, 24(2), 251-276.
  17. Syed, J. (2014). Capability approach and religious values: The case of women's employment in Islam. Business Ethics Quarterly, 24(2), 251-276.
  18. Syed, J. & Ali, F. (2013). Contextual emotional labor: An exploratory study of Muslim female employees in Pakistan. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 28(4), 228-246.
  19. Banihani, M., Lewis, P. & Syed, J. (2013). Is work engagement gendered? Gender in Management: An International Journal, 28(7), 400-423.
  20. Syed, J. & Pio, E. (2013). Guest Editorial: Rediscovering “Anekta mein ekta” or “kasrat mein wahdat”. South Asian management through unity and diversity. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 32(3), 236-244.
  21. Pio, E. & Syed, J. (2013). Guest Editorial: Our bodies, our minds, our men: Working South Asian women. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 28(3), 140-150.
  22. Ali, F. & Syed, J. (2013). Contextual emotional labor: An exploratory study of Muslim female employees in Pakistan. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 28(4), 228-246.
  23. Ali, F. (2013). A multi-level perspective on equal employment opportunity for women in Pakistan. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 32(3), 289-309.
  24. Ali, F., Özbilgin, M., Syed, J. & Torunoglu, D. (2012). International transfer of policies and practices of gender equality in employment to and among Muslim majority countries: A study of Turkey and Pakistan. Gender, Work & Organization, 19(4), 345-369.
  25. Syed, J. & Ali, F. (2011). The white woman's burden: From colonial civilisation to third world development. Third World Quarterly, 32(2), 349-365.
  26. Syed, J. (2010). An historical perspective on Islamic modesty and its implications for female employment. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 29(2), 150-166.
  27. Syed, J. (2010). Reconstructing gender empowerment. Women's Studies International Forum, 33(3), 283-294.
  28. Murray, P. & Syed, J. (2010). Gendered observations and experiences in executive women's work. Human Resource Management Journal, 20(3), 277-293.
  29. Syed, J. & Pio, E. (2010). Veiled diversity: Workplace experiences of Muslim women in Australia. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 27(1), 115-137.
  30. Syed, J., Burke, R. & Acar, P. (2010). Guest Editorial: Rethinking tanawwo (diversity) and musawat (equality) in the Middle East. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 29(2), 144-149.
  31. Syed, J., Özbilgin, M., Torunoglu, D. & Ali, F. (2009). Rescuing gender equality from the false dichotomies of secularism versus shariah in Muslim majority countries. Women's Studies International Forum, 32(2), 67-79.
  32. Syed, J. & Murray, P. (2009). Combating the English language deficit: The labor market experiences of migrant women in Australia. Human Resource Management Journal, 19(4), 413-432.
  33. Syed, J. (2009). Reconstruction of gender in Islamic thought: Iqbal's vision of equal opportunity. Women's Studies International Forum, 32(6), 435-444.
  34. Ali, F., Syed, J., Özbilgin, M. & Torunoglu, D. (2009). Rescuing gender equality from the false dichotomies of secularism versus shariah in Muslim majority countries. Women's Studies International Forum, 32(2), 67-79.
  35. Syed, J. (2008). A context-specific perspective of equal employment opportunity in Islamic societies. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 25(1), 135-151.
  36. Syed, J. (2008). The representation of cultural diversity in Urdu-language newspapers in Pakistan: A study of Jang and Nawaiwaqt. Journal of South Asian Studies, 31(2), 317-347.
  37. 1. Amir, I. & Arif, F. (2008). Women Association struggle for development. Asian Case Research Journal, 12(1).
  38. Syed, J. & Murray, P. (2008). A cultural feminist approach towards managing diversity in top management teams. Equal Opportunities International, 27(5), 413-432.
  39. Ali, F. & Knox, A. (2008). Pakistan's commitment to equal employment opportunity for women: A toothless tiger? International Journal of Employment Studies, 16(1), 39-58.
  40. Syed, J. (2008). From transgression to submission: Implications of moral values and societal norms on emotional labour. Gender, Work & Organization, 15(2), 182-201.
  41. Syed, J. (2007). 'The other woman' and the question of equal opportunity in Australian organisations. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 18(11), 1954-1978.
  42. Syed, J., Ali, F. & Winstanley, D. (2005). In pursuit of modesty: Contextual emotional labour and the dilemma for working women in Islamic societies. International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion, 1(2), 150-167.
  43. Ali, F., Syed, J. & Winstanley, D. (2005). In pursuit of modesty: Contextual emotional labour and the dilemma for working women in Islamic societies. International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion, 1(2), 150-167.

 

Books

  1. Syed, J. & Özbilgin, M. (2015). Managing diversity and inclusion: An international perspective. London: Sage.
  2. Ali, S. M. & Saqib, M. A. (2010). Urdu volume 2: Managing NGO's in developing countries - Women development. Oxford University Press.
  3. Ozbilgin, M. & Syed, J. (2010). Managing gender diversity in Asia: A research companion. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.
  4. Haque, E. U. (2009). Current status and prospects of female employment in the apparel industry in Pakistan. UNDP research monograph.
  5. Ghaznavi, D. & Khan, B. A. (2006). Managing NGO's in developing countries: Volume 3 - Gender challenges. Oxford University Press.

 

Book Chapters

  1. Syed, J. & Tariq, M. (2017). Global diversity. In Oxford research encyclopedia of business and management. New York: Oxford University Press.
  2. Javed, S. & Syed, J. (2017). Gender, context and career development in Pakistan. In A. Broadbridge & S. Fielden (Eds.), Impact of diversity on career development. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  3. Kamenou, N. & Syed, J. (2017). Diversity management in a global context. In R. Kramar & J. Syed (Eds.), Human resource management in a global context: A critical approach. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  4. Fallatah, R. H. M. & Syed, J. (2017). Motivation unraveled: Gender, religion and other demographic patterns. In Employee motivation in Saudi Arabia: An investigation into the Higher Education sector. Palgrave Macmillan. 
  5. Ali, F. (2016). Experiences of female victims of faith-based violence in Pakistan. In J. Syed, E. Pio, T. Kamran & A. Zaidi (Eds.), Faith-based violence and deobandi militancy in Pakistan (pp. 163-85). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  6. Ali, F. (2015). Gender equality in the workplace. In J. Syed & M. Özbilgin (Eds.), Managing diversity and inclusion (pp. 1-25). London: Sage.
  7. Syed, J. (2014). Diversity management and missing voices. In A. Wilkinson, J. Donaghey, T. Dundon & R. Freeman (Eds.), Handbook of research on employee voice (pp. 421-438). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  8. Kamenou, N. & Syed, J. (2012). Diversity management. In R. Kramar & J. Syed (Eds.), Human resource management in a global context: A critical approach (pp. 75-97). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  9. Syed, J. & Boje, D. (2011). Antenarratives of negotiated diversity management. In D. Boje (Ed.), Storytelling and the future of organisations: An antenarrative handbook (pp. 47-66). New York: Routledge.
  10. Ozbilgin, M., Syed, J. & Dereli, B. (2010). Managing gender diversity in Pakistan and Turkey: A historical review. In A. Klarsfeld (Eds.), International handbook on diversity management at work (pp. 11-26). Cheltenham & New York: Edward Elgar.
  11. Ozbilgin, M. & Syed, J. (2010). Introduction: Theorising and managing gender diversity in the Asian context. In M. Özbilgin & J. Syed (Eds.), Managing gender diversity in Asia: A research companion (pp. 1-7). Cheltenham & New York: Edward Elgar.
  12. Syed, J. (2010). From gender empowerment to gender diversity: Measuring the gender gap in Muslim majority countries. In M. Özbilgin & J. Syed (Eds.), Managing gender diversity in Asia: A research companion (pp. 210-226). Cheltenham & New York: Edward Elgar.
  13. Syed, J. (2010). Women and small business entrepreneurship in Pakistan. In S. Fielden & M. Davidson (Eds.), International research handbook on successful women entrepreneurs (pp. 117-131). Cheltenham & New York: Edward Elgar.
  14. Ali, F. (2010). A comparative study of EEO in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. In M. Özbilgin & J. Syed (Eds.), Managing gender diversity in Asia: A research companion. New York: Edward Elgar.
  15. Parr, N., Syed, J. & Murray, P. (2008). Executive women at work. In M. Baird, E. Davis, P. McGraw & V. Pratt (Eds.), Making the link: Affirmative action and employment relations (pp. 56-62). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
  16. Syed, J. (2007). Career choices of skilled migrants: A holistic perspective. In M. Özbilgin & A. Malach-Pines (Eds.), Career choice in management and entrepreneurship: A research companion (pp. 464-483). Cheltenham & New York: Edward Elgar.
  17. Murray, P. & Syed, J. (2007) Observations through gendered lenses: Experiences of managerial women. In E. Davis & V. Pratt (Eds), Making the link: Affirmative action and employment relations. Sydney: CCH Australia Limited, 18: 38-44.
  18. Syed, J. & Murray, P. (2006). The participation of women in multidisciplinary action teams. In E. Davis & V. Pratt (Eds.), Making the link: Affirmative action and employment relations (pp. 65-72). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
  19. Butt, A. N. & Chandan, M. (2006). Aurat Foundation (B): The implementation process (2003-2004). In Managing NGOs in developing countries, Volume 3: Gender challenges. Oxford University Press.
  20. Syed, J. & Ali, F. (2006). Emotion regulation and Muslim women at work. In D. Hurst (Eds.), Consequentiality volume 2: Mythology, theology, ontology (pp. 189-210). Florida: Tallahassee.
  21. Ali, F. & Syed, J. (2006). Emotion regulation and Muslim women at work. In D. Hurst (Eds), Consequentiality volume 2 Mythology, theology, ontology (pp. 189-210). Florida: Tallahassee.
  22. Syed, J. & Ali, F. (2005). Minority ethnic women in the Australian labour market. In E. Davis & V. Pratt (Eds.), Making the link: Affirmative action and employment relations (pp. 48-54). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
  23. Ali, F. & Syed, J. (2005). Minority ethnic women in the Australian labour market. In E. Davis & V. Pratt (Eds.), Making the link: Affirmative action and employment relations (pp. 48-54). Sydney: CCH Australia Limited.
  24. Butt, A. N. & Chandan, M. (2003). Aurat Foundation (A): Structural reorganization (1995-2003). In Managing NGOs in developing countries, Volume 3: Gender challenges. Oxford University Press.

 

Policy Briefs

  1. Sohail, S. (2017). Feminization of teaching - An analysis. Social Enterprise Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  2. Wasif, I. (2017). Women and land in Pakistan. Social Enterprise Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  3. Naeem, A. & Rana, A. A. (2017). Women and malnutrition. Social Enterprise Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  4. Shahid, Z. (2017). Domestic violence against women in Pakistan. Social Enterprise Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  5. Sohail, S. (2017). Women and agriculture in Pakistan. Social Enterprise Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

 

Fact Sheets

  1. Shahid, Z. (2017). Domestic violence against women in Pakistan [Fact Sheet]. Social Enterprise Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  2. Nasir, M. (2017). State of maternal health care in Punjab [Fact Sheet]. Social Enterprise Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  3. Sohail, S. (2017). Women and agriculture in Pakistan [Fact Sheet]. Social Enterprise Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

 

Conference Presentations

  1. Ali, F. (2016). Work-life balance of ethnic minority female entrepreneurs in the UK, Entrepreneurship 2020. Workshop by Qatar-UK Research Networking Programme (Q-UKRNP), Doha, Qatar, March 27-29.
  2. Ahmad, F. (2016). Modeling mortgage backed securities. Women in Mathematics, Sukkur, Pakistan.
  3. Ali, F. & Murray, P. (2015). Agency in decision making and the coping strategies of Muslim women at work. Academy of Management (AoM) Conference, Vancouver, Canada, August 7-11.
  4. Ali, F., Malik, A., Pereira, V., & Ariss, A. (2015). A relational understanding of work-life balance of Muslim migrant women in the West: Challenges and opportunities. European Academy of Management Conference (EURAM). Warsaw, Poland, June 17-20.
  5. Ali, F. & Syed, J. (2014). The Arab-Salafi role model and Pakistani women at work. Academy of Management (AOM), Philadelphia, US, August 1-5.
  6. Pio, E., & Syed, J. (2014). Working wo(men) of South Asia: why we matter. Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, August 1-5.
  7. Shahzad, C. T. (2014). Dairy business. Top Ten Business Opportunities for Women, Lahore, Pakistan.
  8. Zainulabdin, K. & Vahe, M. (2014). The effect of Facebook social marketing campaigns on attitudinal norms towards women's health in Pakistan. 12th International conference on communication in healthcare (ICCH), Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  9. Ali, F. (2013). Muslim ethnic privilege and women's employment in Pakistani organizations. European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, June 24-29.
  10. Syed, J., & Ali, F. (2013). "Woman, not an object": A multilevel perspective on gender equality in employment in Saudi Arabia. In symposium Afiouni, F., and Karam, C., Indigenous HR policy development in the Arab Middle East.
  11. Ali, F. (2011). A multi-level perspective on workplace experiences of women in Pakistan. Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, San Antonio, Texas, August 12-16.
  12. Ali, F. (2011). An exploratory study of sexual harassment in Pakistani organizations. European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference, Rome, Italy, June 1-4.
  13. Syed, J. (2009). Gender and diversity in Muslim countries. In PDW organized by Stone, D., Olivas-Lujan, M. & Isenhour, L. Fostering research on international gender and diversity issues, Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, August 7-11.
  14. Ali, F. (2009). A comparative study of EEO in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. Equal Opportunities International Conference, Academy of Management, Rome, Italy, July 15-17.
  15. Syed, J. (2008). In support of shared sisterhood: Creating a space for the questions we need to ask. In PDW session, Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, CA, August 8-13.
  16. Özbilgin, M. & Syed, J. (2008). Managing gender diversity in Muslim majority countries: a historical review. In symposium 'Country perspectives on diversity and equal treatment', Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, CA, A.
  17. Ali, F. (2006). Feminist movement and legal framework in Pakistan: Implications for equal employment opportunity. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Rockhampton, Queensland, December 6-9.
  18. Syed, J., & Ali, F. (2006). Equal employment opportunity for women in Islamic society: A context-specific perspective. Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11-16.
  19. Syed, J., Ali, F., & Winstanley, D. (2005). Prospects for equal employment opportunity for women in Islamic society. European Business Ethics Network (EBEN-UK) and Ethics and Human Resource Management Conference, University of London, March 31–April 1.
  20. Ali, F. & Syed, J. (2005). Multicultural feminism in workplace: An Australian perspective. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Canberra, December 7-10.
  21. Syed, J. & Ali, F. (2005). The contextual dimension of emotional labor and working women in Pakistan. Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Honolulu, August 5-10.
  22. Syed, J. & Ali, F. (2005). In pursuit of modesty: Emotion regulation and Muslim women at work. The 2nd International Conference on Consequentiality: Mythology, Theology, Ontology, Sydney, Australia, July 11-13.

 

Other Publications

  1. Syed, J. (2016, June 22). EU referendum: Road forward to diversity and solidarity. The Huffington Post.
  2. Syed, J. (2016, April 28). Targeted killings in Bangladesh: Diversity at stake. The Huffington Post.
  3. Syed, J. (2016, March 22). Novak Djokovic's comment shows why a business case perspective may actually harm gender equality. The Huffington Post.
  4. Syed, J. (2016, March 22). Djokovic Business Case for higher men's pay in tennis harms equality. The Conversation.
  5. Syed, J. (2016, March 26). Anyone for (Men's) tennis? How Djokovic got it wrong. Newsweek.
  6. Syed, J. (2016, January 29). Oscars so white: An institutional racism perspective. CounterPunch.

 

Book Reviews

  1. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2011). Review of the book Social Justice and Gender Equality: Rethinking Development Strategies and Macroeconomic Policies edited by Berik, G., Rodgers, Y. V. R. & Zammit, A. Feminist Economics, 15(4).

 

Publications under review

  1. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2016). Financializing the poor: "dead capital", women's gold and microfinance in Pakistan. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  2. Ahmad, M. G. (2016). Constructing a leader identity: The effects of gender and leader characteristics. Manuscript under review for Journal of Applied Psychology.
  3. Ali, F. & Syed, J. (2016). Good Muslim women at work: An Islamic and postcolonial perspective on ethnic privilege. Manuscript under review.
  4. Ali, F. & Syed, J. (2016). Gender mainstreaming in Pakistan: A relational perspective. Manuscript under review.

 

Cases

  1. Khalid, I. & Butt, A. N. (2016).  Empowering Women in Pakistan: An analysis of the nongovernmental approach. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  2. Jajja, M. S. S. & Hassan, S. Z. (2015). Qadri groups 100 years: Reflection and future planning. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  3. Jajja, M. S. S. & Hassan, S. Z. (2014). Qadri Group: The process of writing the family constitution. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  4. Butt, A. N. & Hemani, S. S. (2008). Polo Lounge. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  5. Haque, E. U. & Arifeen, S. (2007). Zareen and Majid Durrani. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  6. Haque E. U. & Arifeen, S. (2007). Saba Ahmad. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  7. Khan, F. (2006). A note on women and partition. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  8. Zubair, S., Almeida, C. & Khan, F. (2006). Empowerment through representation: Aurat Foundation's initiative in local governance. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  9. Hassan, A. & Mohamand, S. K. (2005). A note on gender and devolution. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  10. Shah, S. (2005). A note on progression of women managers in NGOS. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  11. Shah, G. & Zaman, N. (2005). A note on sexism and gender discrimination at work in Pakistan - Rhetoric or reality? Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  12. Zaman, A. & Hassan M.  (2005). Choti si baat - The rape of Dr. Shazia Khalid. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  13. Khan, U. & Ali, S. M. (2004). Rehabilitation of women prisoners in Peshawar Central Jail. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  14. Hassan, Z. & Erskine, J. (2004). Products of women artisans of the Northern Areas. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  15. Haque, E. U. & Arifeen, S. (1998). Humaira Shazia and the day-care centre. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  16. Haque, E. U. & Arifeen, S. (1997). Neelum Agha. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

 

Technical Notes

  1. Abbas, J. (2007). Family Planning Association of Pakistan's Women Empowerment Program and smokeless chulah. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.