SEISENSE Journal of Management 2020-12-01T06:58:21-05:00 Nadeem Akhtar (Phd) Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;">SEISENSE Journal of Management (SJOM) is online, open access, and a Refereed journal committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a high impact on the management field as a whole. The SJOM covers domains such as Business strategy &amp; policy, Organizational behavior, Human resource management, Organizational theory, Entrepreneurship, Innovation &amp; Technology Management, Tourism Management, and Business Finance</p> <p><strong>Editor in Chief:</strong> Dr. Muhammad Azeem Qureshi<br /><strong>Frequency:</strong> Bi-monthly (continuous publishing model)</p> <div class="containerindex"><img class="indexings" style="width: 160px;" src="" alt="google" /> <img class="indexings" style="width: 160px;" src="" alt="orcid" /> <img class="indexings" style="width: 160px;" src="" alt="orcid" /></div> Pakistan’s Infrastructure Capital-Growth Analysis 2020-11-04T06:01:46-05:00 Muhammad Ahmad Mazher Jauhari Dahalan <p>Purpose- This empirical study facet at Pakistan for the period between 1960 and 2017 in the connection between public investment, public capital stock, private investment, private capital stock, and real GDP.</p> <p>Design/Methodology- Using theoretical and empirical literature assessment, to measure the impact of private investment, private capital stock, government investment, and government capital stock on Pakistan's real gross domestic product, we involved the ARDL Bound tests.</p> <p>Findings- A positive and significant connection was revealed between government investment, a private capital stock with real GDP. Private investment showed a substantial but negative impact in the short run, despite capital stocks indicating a positive and insignificant relationship with Pakistan's RGDP. The long-term consequences showed that the government's capital stocks, public investment, private capital stocks, and RGDP from Pakistan are linked positively and significantly. Private investment, however, has shown harmful and detrimental or insignificant relations with Pakistan's RGDP.</p> <p>Practical Implications- Our study may benefit the Pakistani economy, particularly while useful for academics and researchers to understand the basic concept of 'capital-growth' philosophy.</p> 2020-12-01T00:00:00-05:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Muhammad Ahmad Mazher, Prof. Dr. Jauhari Dahalan