Role of Framing towards Islamic Business Engagement in Asia: A Case of Pakistan

Muhammad Awais, Waqar Haider Hashmi, Adeel Mustafa
2020 Global Management Sciences Review  
The aim of this study is to examine the phenomenon of framing as a cause of making wrong decisions while investing in Islamic stocks. Framing refers to the bias of people that describes the way they respond to a specific option as per its offer. After collecting primary data through interviews, including open-ended questions from the Pakistani stock market under the subjective or constructivist research paradigm, NVivo it is applied to get word cloud for appropriate analysis. The study finds
more » ... The study finds that there are so many complexities and impurities that blindfold brokers and investors to differentiate between Shariah-compliant versus conventional stocks. This research can be further extended by differentiating between long-term and short-term investment horizons.
doi:10.31703/gmsr.2020(v-iii).03 fatcat:wxfzyngzzzekjaybt2qbnzgabm