Malik.S., Hingley M. Consumer Demand Information as a Re-Balancing Tool For Power Asymmetry Between Food Retailers And Suppliers. Food Economy. 2021;32(2).
Ali A, Alsulaiman FA, Irshad K, Shafiullah M, Malik S, Memon AH. Renewable Portfolio Standard from the Perspective of Policy Network Theory for Saudi Arabia Vision 2030 Targets. In: 4th International Conference on Energy Conservation and Efficiency (ICECE). IEEE Xplore; 2021.
Yamoah F, Acquaye A, Malik SA. Regional differences in portion size consumption behaviour: Insights for the global food industry. AIMS Agriculture and Food. 2019;4(3):731-755.
Malik S, Fearne A, O' Hanley J. The use of disaggregated demand information to improve forecasts and stock allocation during sales promotions: a simulation and optimisation study using supermarket loyalty card data. International Journal of Value Chain Management. 2019;10(4):339 - 357.
S.Malik. Quantitative Research and Its Contemporary Direction. Journal of Quantitative Methods. 2017;1(1):1-3.
Malik S, Hingley M. Sustainable Marketing as Practice: Waste in the food retail supply chain caused by marketing practice?. In: Joint British Academy of Marketing & Chartered Institute of Marketing Conference. Lincoln, UK; 2017.
Ali A, Farooq S, Mohammed Z, Habib F, Malik S. A Review: DC Micro Grid Control and Energy Management System. International Journal of Electrical and Electronic Science. 2015;2(2):24-30.
Ali A, Farooq, Habib F, Malik S. Wind Energy Development Policies in Developing Countries and Their Effects: Turkey, Egypt and Prospects for Pakistan. American Journal of Energy and Power Engineering. 2015;2(5):56-61.
Malik S, Fearne A. Improving the impact of promotions for fast-moving consumer goods through the use of enhanced management information. In: Doctoral Student Conference in Sustainable Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Sheffield. Sheffield, UK; 2014.