International Journal of Entrepreneurial Research <p>To provide a platform where researcher and practitioner come altogether; to learn, share, and research for a better and innovative future; where ventures are socially responsible to society or culture or environment to have a sustainable livelihood and economy worldwide.</p> Readers Insight Publisher en-US International Journal of Entrepreneurial Research 2663-757X Job Satisfaction of Female Employees in Microfinance Institutions of Bangladesh <p><em>The purpose of this study is to examine the level of female employee satisfaction regarding their job of microfinance institutions in Bangladesh. Moreover, it focuses on the various factors that influence female employee job satisfaction of microfinance institutions. The study utilised quantitative research methods and use</em><em>d</em><em> Herzberg’s motivation-hygiene theory (19590. A total of 24 structured questionnaires with five dimensions have been given to 100 female respondents of selected microfinance institutions in Bangladesh. The findings reveal that some variables (performance-based salary increment, available opportunities for promotion, satisfaction on job environment, colleagues help during huge workload, opportunity to interact with other employees on a formal level, use of skill, experience &amp; qualification, recognition for good work, and learning opportunity) have significant impact on female employee satisfaction&nbsp; in the microfinance institutions. The limitation of the studied investment fund is that it invests in expanding and mature microfinance institutions (MFIs). So the results of this research can only be generalised to expanding and mature MFIs. This study aims at contributing for better female employees job satisfaction of the MFIs given that it has substantial implications on financial benefit, work environment, job security, decision making, training and resources of the MFIs.</em></p> Md Nazim Uddin Hamdino Hamdan Nor Azizan Che Embi Salina Kassim Norma Bt Md Saad Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Entrepreneurial Research 2020-02-29 2020-02-29 3 1 1 7 10.31580/ijer.v3i1.925 Influence of 4P Strategy on Organisation’s Performance: A Case on Bangladesh RMG Sector <p><em>The right 4P strategy empowers organisations to pursue their marketing objectives in the target markets and therefore achieve the organisational objectives. Proper implementation of the right 4P strategy ensures provision of the right product, at the right price, in the right place thus, confirms that resources are efficiently and effectively utilized. This study aims to investigate the impact of 4P strategies on organisation performance in the garments industry of Bangladesh based on CEPZ (Chittagong Export Processing Zone). McCarthy’s (1964) 4 P’s (such as product, price, place, and promotion) are considered as the elements of 4Ps in this study. Data was collected through survey where a structured questionnaire, containing 25 closed-ended questions, was used. A total of 180 respondents were selected conveniently for this survey. The data was analysed using SPSS 24.0 version. From the findings of the study it was found that product, place, price and promotional strategies significantly and positively influenced the organisation's performance. The findings suggest that by focusing on 4P strategy, the organizations can make better performance than their competitors. Eventually, few recommendations were offered for the garment industry.&nbsp; </em></p> Rashed Al Karim Wardha Habiba Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Entrepreneurial Research 2020-02-29 2020-02-29 3 1 8 12 10.31580/ijer.v3i1.1166 Nexus between Energy Consumptions and CO2 Emissions in Selected Industrialized Countries <p>This study examines the nexus between energy consumptions and CO<sub>2 </sub>emissions in selected industrialized countries and selects the industrialized countries where three are industrialized and two are a newly industrial growing country out of five. The panel section implies the period from 1980 to 2014 for selected countries. The WDI is the main data source for the selected variables. This study conducts the FMOLS method, which is suggested by unit root and the Johansen co integrations test. The Granger causality also uses to estimate the causality in current variables. The Johansen Fisher co-integration test indicates the long-run association’s among the variable. The FMOLS technique estimates the marginal effect that industrialization and energy outlay is an authentic and significant influence on CO<sub>2</sub> emission. Panel Ganger causality also shows a reliable result to estimate the causal relation.</p> Md. Hasanur Rahman Shapan Chandra Majumder Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Entrepreneurial Research 2020-02-29 2020-02-29 3 1 13 19 10.31580/ijer.v3i1.1174 Impact of Classroom Management on Learner’s Achievement in University Level at Hyderabad Sindh, Pakistan <p>In today’s competitive era of education, Institutions are composed of learners who live in Society circle conditions that have unfavorably influenced their availability for university and the students exposed to these living-conditions have a more noteworthy inclination to take part in wrong conduct in the Classroom. Therefore, the purpose of the study is to determining the relationship between classroom management and learner’s achievement. For this the &nbsp;literature review was done to observe the perceptions of other renowned scholar’s literature related to Dependent and Independent variables and apply those reviews in Higher education institutions of Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. This study was Explanatory design in nature and adapted a quantitative questionnaire with a casual survey design. Total 250 respondents participated in the study among three universities SZABIST Hyderabad campus, LUMHS, and MEHRAN-UET Jamshoro. The data was analyzed using descriptive statistics, Chi-square goodness of fit test, Correlation and Multiple regression analysis. The level of classroom management and level of learner’s achievement were tested using chi-square goodness of fit and test result indicated significant high level of classroom management (p&lt;0.01) and significant high level of learner’s achievement (p&lt;0.01) in Universities concerning Hyderabad Division. The study found Neutral relationship between classroom management and learner’s achievement at p&lt;0.05 while the effect of predictor Variables of learner’s achievement was determining multiple regression analysis (&nbsp;=.298, F=25.943 and p&lt;.005) implying that, Teacher Preparation and record management was a significant predictor of learner’s achievement.</p> Irfan Ali Mehmood Jan Amna Khokhar Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Entrepreneurial Research 2020-02-29 2020-02-29 3 1 20 26 10.31580/ijer.v3i1.1355 Self-Efficacy, Need for Achievement and Machiavellianism in Public Sector Employees <p>The present study was conducted to examine the relationship between self-efficacy, need for achievement and Machiavellianism in public sector employees. It was hypothesized that there is likely to be a relationships in self-efficacy, need for achievement and Machiavellianism in public sector employees. It was hypothesized that self-efficacy and need for achievement likely to predict the Machiavellianism. The sample size of was (N=200) males selected from different public sector department of Lahore using the purposive sampling. The data was collected using New Generalized Self-efficacy Scale (Gully &amp; Chen, 2001), Need for Achievement Scale (Jackson, 1974) and Mach IV scale (1970). Results revealed that the significant positive relationship between self efficacy, need for achievement and Machiavellianism. And self efficacy was the positive significant predictor of the Machiavellianism and need for achievement was the negative predictor of Machiavellianism. The present study helps to understand the predictors of Machiavellianism and that could help to eradicate this manipulation and deceptive behavior and could be used for improve interventions.</p> Maria Zaman Shazia Qayyum Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Entrepreneurial Research 2020-02-29 2020-02-29 3 1 27 32 10.31580/ijer.v3i1.1354