Journal of Public Value and Administrative Insight https://readersinsight.net/JPVAI <p><strong>The Journal of Public Value and Administrative Insight (JPVAI)</strong> is a peer-reviewed, international quarterly that publishes original, theoretical, empirical, quantitative and qualitative research in the broad field of public value and administration. This includes recent development in the areas of public value, management, and administrative sciences as well as interdisciplinary research in related fields, such as governance, personnel administration, human resource management, organizational behavior, sustainability, innovation, leadership studies, marketing, commerce, finance, economic and operations management.</p> en-US abdulsami82@gmail.com (Abdul Sami) miqureshi80@gmail.com (Muhammad Imran Qureshi) Thu, 31 Dec 2020 00:54:10 -0500 OJS 3.1.2.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Business and accounting standards that only support the capitalist interest: Critical thinking with institutional theory https://readersinsight.net/JPVAI/article/view/1478 <p>The interests of investors have become the attention and purpose of regulators of business regulation, especially accounting regulations. Through the development of IFRS-based accounting standards, accounting regulators place the results of capital market-based studies as the main reference in developing accounting standards in the World. This study tries to uncover the other side of IFRS that is changing the world and directing its goals towards achieving the goals of investors. Using an institutional theory approach, this study places a critical mind on how an organization will be contaminated with external factors. There is an institutional environmental pressure that causes institutionalization. Institutional theory encourages the institutionalization of an organization under external pressure, which is an idea that will form a symbol and eventually become the norm of truth in the organization as a common goal.</p> Muhammad Ikbal, Ardi Paminto, Irwansyah, Dio Caisar Darma, Yana Ulfah, Zainal Ilmi Copyright (c) 2020 Journal of Public Value and Administrative Insight https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/JPVAI/article/view/1478 Thu, 31 Dec 2020 00:51:11 -0500 A Global Economic & Tourism After Covid-19 Pandemic: A Review Paper https://readersinsight.net/JPVAI/article/view/1557 <p>The current study is going to eradicate several discussions and facts regarding the effects of Covid-19 on the global economy as well as the tourism industry as well. On the basis of the records that have been found out, the global economy is at a terrible position and most of the nations have entered with the recessionary phase. In accordance with the implementation of secondary research methodology data and results regarding the impact of Covid-19 has been collected from different journal articles, research, online articles and necessary readings. Based on the data collected from different sources, the findings can be provided as follows an increase in the per capita GDP annual contraction to 92.9% and the stock markets have crashed and are facing a crucial time at the moment. Due do this major challenges faced as travelling has been restricted due to the widespread of this global pandemic since many countries as well as cities and other locations have closed their borders to avoid transportation facility. Throughout all countries all flights are cancelled and global tourism industry is totally stagnant, which increases the possibility of losing job for employees. It affects normal well-being of people who are directly and indirectly involved within the global tourism sector. Hence, in this pandemic situation, side-effects of the corona virus are tremendous and have massive implications in long run of tourism industry.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Ashikul Hoque, Farzana Afrin Shikha , Mohammad Waliul Hasanat , Md. Ikram Hossain, Abu Bakar Abdul Hamid, Huam HonTa Copyright (c) 2020 Journal of Public Value and Administrative Insight https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/JPVAI/article/view/1557 Thu, 31 Dec 2020 00:49:52 -0500 Innovation Management: A Bibliometric Analysis https://readersinsight.net/JPVAI/article/view/1656 <p>Innovation Management has obtained so much consideration in functioning of management science field from the previous few years. Both Managers and academicians seem to be examining the nature of innovation and its significance for the development of an organization and competitive advantage (Lopes et al.,2016). Many research scholars have accepted positive effects of innovation towards an organization and we can find some research studies conducted on it in the past few years. Through this systematic review of past literature, this research study is an attempt to enhance the knowledge of the subject and to present the extensive analysis of the past research studies. The analysis of this study was conducted to see the trend of publications between the years 1970 to 2019; it used authors, journals, countries, universities/research institutions and different keywords related to innovation management as search words. After using multiple filters for removing irrelevant researches, 2160 research articles were examined. According to results of the study number of publications increased after 2008. Therefore, it is assumed that the annual publications will continue to increase. USA &amp; Germany have higher rate of research publications and UK has strong international collaborations. Variables such as innovative activity, innovative management, total innovation management, management innovation and innovation development are the most common terms used in research of innovation management. Some variables with infrequent occurrences, as well as future recommendations and limitations of the study were also examined.</p> Sidra Salam, Aslan Amat Senin, Muhammad Irfan Sheeraz Sheeraz, Syeda Sana Zainab Copyright (c) 2020 Journal of Public Value and Administrative Insight https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/JPVAI/article/view/1656 Thu, 31 Dec 2020 00:48:21 -0500 Root Causes of Terrorism: A Systematic Review of Past Decade https://readersinsight.net/JPVAI/article/view/1803 <p>Terrorism is related to psychological damage and has imposed different destructions on the economy of many countries. However, there is limited research undertaken so far to review the root causes of terrorism. For this reason, this paper address a review of literature on the root causes of terrorism. By reviewing these articles, it is found that main causes of terrorism are unemployment, illiteracy, poverty and bad governance.By reviewing the 40 articles, published in Scopus Index Journal and in Web of Science Index Journal from the year 2011 to 2020, this paper provides the data about these articles. The systematic literature review shows that most work has been done in developed countries. In this review, main objective of these papers are also discussed</p> Asmara Irfan, Zuraidah Sulaiman, Hira Liaquat Copyright (c) 2020 Journal of Public Value and Administrative Insight https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/JPVAI/article/view/1803 Thu, 31 Dec 2020 00:45:38 -0500