Dr. Snober Javid

Dr. Snober Javid

Assistant Professor


Dr. Snober Javid has completed her PhD in Financial Management from Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, P.R. China. Her doctoral research is on Assessment of Working Capital Management on SME’s Performance in Pakistan. She got cultural exchange scholarship from HEC and also got CSC scholarship. She has ten years’ teaching and research experience. She also served as full time faculty member in Sardar Bahadur khan Woman University and BUITEMS Quetta. She published her research work in different Isnternational and national journals.

PhDFinancial ManagementDongbei University of Finance and Economics, Dalian, China2014
MBA Finance University of Balochistan Quetta, Pakistan.2014
Masters of Sciences MathematicsUniversity of Balochistan Quetta, Pakistan.2008
Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Central Punjab 2014 to Present
LecturerSardar Bahadhur Khan Women’s University Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan2009 - 2014
Visiting LecturerUniversity of Balochistan2007 - 2009
1Mustansar, J. H., & Snober, J. (2017). Determining Agency Theory Framework through Financial Leverage & Insider Ownership. International journal of economics and finance, 9(3), 21-28. doi:10.5539/ijef.v9n3p21
2Marie, Z., Snober, J., & Sau, L. (2015). The People’s Republic of China : a Key Partner for the Development of Madagascar (Case of Chinese FDI in Madagascar). Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 6(24), 194-199.
3Javid, S. (2014). Effect of Working Capital Management on SME’ s Performance in Pakistan. European journal of Business and Management, 6(12), 206-221. Retrieved from http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/EJBM/article/view/12540
4Javid S., & Prudence, V. M. Z. (2014). Impact of Working Capital Policy on Firm’ s Profitability: A Case of Pakistan Cement Industry. Research journal of Finance and Accounting, 5(5), 182-191. Retrieved from http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/RJFA/article/view/11990
5Mulani, J., Javid, S., & Kabiraj, S. (2013). Advertising Effectiveness of Televised Messages Using Appeals: A Case-Study in the Chinese Context. Jinnah Business Review, 1-10.
6Javid, S., Irfan,Saleem., & Haq Nawaz. (Accepted for Dec 2019 issue). Corporate governance, financial slack and firm performance: Does ownership structure matter? Abasyn journal of social sciences.
7Javid, S., & Haq Nawaz. (Accepted for June 2020 issue). Nexus between slack resources & firm’s performance: Empirical study of Pakistani family firms. Paradigm
8Javid, S., & Quratulain. (In Review). Nexus between Financial risk and Financial Sector Performance: A panel Data Analysis. Emerging economy studies, Sage Publications.
9Javid, S. (In Review). Managerial entrenchment and firm performance: A Case of Pakistani Family firms. City university research journal

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