• Corporate Social Responsibility in Pakistan: Corporate Engagements in the Local Community and their Social Impact 

      Jhatial, A.A.; Cornelius, Nelarine; Wallace, James (2014)
      Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a mechanism for aligning company policies and practices within the socio-economic, cultural and environmental challenges facing society and, in particular, communities. Though the majority of empirical research on CSR has been conducted in Western companies, there is growing interest in CSR in transitional and developing economies, as well as Western firms working in developing countries.
    • Rhetorics and realities of management practices in Pakistan: Colonial, post-colonial and post-9/11 influences

      Jhatial, A.A.; Cornelius, Nelarine; Wallace, James (2014)
      This study explores how colonial laws and administrative practices shaped the evolution of employment management in Pakistan. It identifies important mechanisms used by the British Raj (the period of British rule of the subcontinent) to institutionalise legal and administrative frameworks: the legacies of these structures continue to influence contemporary management practices in government sector organisations. This article investigates the legacy of the Raj's ¿quota system¿ in the civil services and the doctrine of the ¿martial race¿ in military services, both of which offered enduring structural advantages in the labour market to designated groups. It further considers the implications of the study's findings for international HRM in particular, but also management theory, comparative HRM and comparative management in post-colonial societies.