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Name: Dr. Muhammad Jamil
Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: School of Economics


Qualifications:

PhD:
Dissertation: Essays on Financial Markets Volatility
University: University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Erich W. Streissler, Prof. Dr. Robert M. Kunst

MPhil:
Dissertation: Stock Markets Integration and its impact on Economic Growth: A cross country analysis
University: Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Eatzaz Ahmad

MSc:
Dissertation: Measurement and Decomposition of Welfare: A Case Study of Pakistan
University: Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan
Supervisor: Dr. Muhammad Idrees


Phone: +92-51 9064-3229
Email: mjamil@qau.edu.pk
Status: On job
Other Weblink: http://www.qau.edu.pk/profile.php?id=809029 http://sc.hec.gov.pk/aphds/submit.asp?supid=5521 https://sites.google.com/a/qau.edu.pk/mjamil/home

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Research Interests Publications Conferences Research Projects

Research Interest:
  • Financial Markets and Financial Integration
  • Poverty, Inequality and welfare analysis
  • Trade, Globalization, and Economic Integration
  • Energy Economics
Teaching:

Courses Taught:
Courses Tought to MPhil-PhD: Advance Econometrics, Research Methodology, International Economics, Microeconomics, Production Analysis, Monetary Economics, Issues in Public Sector Economics 
Courses Taught to MSc: Game Theory, Econometrics, Econometrics with Computer Application, Monetary Economics
Courses Taught to BSE: Microeconomic Theory, Financial Economics, Descriptive Statistics, Linear Algebra, 

Theses Supervision Summary

Students Supervised

Students Under Supervision

MSc

MPhil

PhD

MPhil

PhD

06

38

01

08

07



Fall 2018
  • EC-613: Advance Econometrics (MPhil/PhD) 
  • EC-655: Issues in Public Sector Economics (MPhil/PhD)
Spring 2018
  • EC-613: Advance Econometrics (MPhil/PhD) 
  • EC-     : Time Series Econometrics (Sec A)
Fall 2017
  • EC-613: Financial Economics (Sec. A & B) 
Summer 2017
  • EC-302: Microeconomic Theory 
Spring 2017
  • EC-613: Econometric Methods (MPhil/PhD) 
  • EC-302: Microeconomic Theory (BS-VI)
  • EC-424: Financial Econometrics (BS-BIII)
Fall 2016
  • EC-613: Econometric Methods (MPhil/PhD) 
  • EC-321: Financial Economics (BS-VI)
  • EC-423: Corporate Finance (BS-VIII)
Summer 2016
  • EC-302: Microeconomic Theory 
  • EC-423: Corporate Finance
Spring 2016
  • EC-641: Production Analysis (MPhil/PhD) 
  • EC-302: Microeconomic Theory (BS-VI)
  • EC-424: Financial Econometrics (BS-VIII)
Fall 2015
  • EC-655: Issues in Public Sector Economics (MPhil/PhD) 
  • EC-423: Corporate Finance (BS-VII)
  • EC-321: Financial Economics (BS-V)
Summer 2015
  • EC-112: Descriptive Statistics 
  • EC-212: Inferential Statistics 
Spring 2015
  • EC-424: Financial Econometrics (BS-VIII) 
  • EC-312: Econometrics (BS-VI & MSc) 
  • EC-302: Microeconomic Theory BS-VI(Sections A & B) 
Fall 2014
  • EC-677: Financial Economics (MPhil/PhD) 
  • EC-423: Corporate Finance BS-VII 
  • EC-321: Financial Economics BS-V(Sections A & B) 
Summer 2014
  • EC-101: Principles of Microeconomic 
Spring 2014
  • EC-302: Microeconomic Theory (BS-VIII - Sections A & B)
  • EC-461: Industrial Organization (BS-VIII)
  • EC-523: Econometrics  (MSC - II)
Fall 2013
  • EC-655: Issues in Public Economics (MPhil/PhD)
  • EC-521: Mathematical Economics-II (MSc-II)
  • EC-321: Financial Economics (BSE-V: Section A & B)
Spring 2013
  • EC-655: Issues in Public Economics (MPhil/PhD)
  • EC-302: Microeconomic Theory (BS-VI: Section A & B)
Fall 2012
  • EC-560: International Economics (MPhil/PhD)
  • EC-321: Financial Economics - BSE - V (Section A & B)
Summer 2012
  • EC-111: Linear Algebra
Spring 2012
  • EC-112: Descriptive Statistics (BS-II: Section A & B)
Fall 2011
  • EC-503: Game Theory (MSc-IV)               

Published Articles:
  • Jamil, Muhammad, Ghulam Mustafa and Muhammad Ilyas (2018). "Impact of school infrastructure and pedagogical materials on its academic performance: A case study of public schools in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa" FWU Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 12(1), 42-55.     http://sbbwu.edu.pk/jounal/

  • Mustafa, Ghulam and Muhammad Jamil (2018) “Testing governance – productivity Nexus for emerging Asian CountriesThe Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol. 23(1), 143-169 
    http://www.lahoreschoolofeconomics.edu.pk/EconomicsJournal/Journals/Volume%2023
    /Issue%201/06%20Mustafa%20and%20Jamil.pdf

  • Jamil, Muhammad, Rizwan Ahmed Satti and Musarat Sultana (2017).  Impact of Trade Agreements on Exports: A Cross Country Analysis of selected SAARC Countries” Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 25(2), 105-126.

  • Shah, Asad Abbas, Muhammad Jamil and Masroor Shah (2017) “Connotation among Structure, Conduct and Performance: A Panel Data Analysis of selected financial firms in Pakistan” NICE Research Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 10(2), 78-101. 

    http://nicerjss.newports.edu.pk/index.php/nicerjss/article/view/155/127

  • Muhammad, Malik, and Muhammad Jamil (2017) “Intergenerational Mobility in Occupational Status” Forman Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 13, 135-159 http://www.fccollege.edu.pk/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/7.Intergenerational-Mobility-in-Occupational-Status.pdf

  • Bibi, Fatima, Tahir Mahmood, Muhammad Jamil and Eatzaz Ahmad (2016) “The Effect of Price Level on Output Per Worker: Evidence from Asian Developing Countries” FWU Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 10(2), [Acceptance Letter Received]

  • Ali, Muhammad and Muhammad Jamil (2015) “Determinants of Productivity and Efficiency of Wheat Growers in Faisalabad” Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan [Acceptance Letter Received]

  • Jamil, Muhammad and Sumbal Majeed (2015) “Relationship between Real and Nominal Uncertainty in Pakistan: Analysis based on Bivariate GARCH BEKK Approach” Forman Journal of Economic Studies

  • Jamil, Muhammad and Sahar Khan (2014) “Does the International Fisher Effect Theory Hold For Pakistan? A Cointegration Analysis” Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Vol. 32

  • Jamil, Muhammad and Rani Saima Noreen (2013) “Determinants of Export Demand of Textile and Leather Industries of Pakistan” Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Vol. 31, pp: 29-37

  • Jamil, Muhammad, Erich W. Streissler and Robert M. Kunst (2012) “Exchange Rate Volatility and its impact on Industrial Production, before and after the introduction of common currency in Europe" Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Vol. 2:2 pp: 85-109 (pdf) www.econjournals.com/index.php/ijefi/article/download/93/pdf 

  • Azid, Toseef, Naeem Khaliq and Muhammad Jamil (2006) “Sectoral Volatility, Development and Governance: A case study of Pakistan” The Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 45:4 pp: 797-817 (pdf) 
    http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/PDR/2006/Volume4/797-817.pdf

  • Azid, Toseef, Muhammad Jamil and Aneela Kousar (2005) “Impact of Exchange rate and its volatility on growth and economic performance of Pakistan” The Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 44:4 pp: 749-775 (pdf)
    http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/PDR/2005/Volume4/749-775.pdf

Research Papers in Review:
  • Do Investors Herd: Empirical Evidence from Karachi Stock Exchange and its Major Sectors” by Muhammad Jamil, Ghulam Ilyas, and Zubair Tanveer

  • “” By Muhammad Jamil and Mehnaz Kausar, Submitted on October 10, 2017Firm Specific and Market Related Determinants of Cellular Call Price

  • “” By Malik Muhammad and Muhammad Jamil, Submitted on October 5, 2017Intergenerational Mobility in Educational Attainments

  • “Volatility Spillover between Stock Market and Currency Market of Pakistan in the Presence of Structural Breaks by Muhammad Jamil and Hifsa Mobeen, Submitted on June 16, 2017

  • “Job Satisfaction and Job Performance: An Empirical Analysis of University Teachers by Muhammad Jamil and Aabroo Fatima, Submitted on June 7, 2017

  • “Mechanism of Volatility Spillover between Stock, Currency, and Commodity Markets of Pakistan by Muhammad Jamil and Hifsa Mobeen, Submitted on April 25, 2017

  • “Sources of Volatility in Stock and Currency Markets: A Panel Data Analysis of European Countries” by Muhammad Jamil, Submitted on January 25, 2017

  • “Structural, Spatial and other determinants of house prices: An Empirical investigation of Houses in Rawalpindi and Islamabad” by Muhammad Jamil, and Zafran Ahmed, Submitted on November 23, 2016

  • “Testing Governance - Productivity Nexus for Emerging Asian Countries” by Ghulam Mustafa and Muhammad Jamil, Submitted on November 20, 2016

  • “Impact of School Infrastructure and Pedagogical Materials on its Academic Performance: A Case Study of Public High Schools in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa” by Muhammad Jamil, Ghulam Mustafa, and Muhammad Ilyas, Submitted on October 3, 2016

  • “Fuel demand elasticities in Pakistan: An Analysis Based on Household Integrated Economic Survey (HIES)” by Muhammad Jamil, Maria Hakim, Rizwan Ahmed Satti, Submitted on October 3, 2016

  • “Impact of trade agreements on Exports: A Cross Analysis of Selected SAARC Countries” by Muhammad Jamil, Rizwan Ahmed Satti, Musarat Sultana, Submitted on October 17, 2014

Research Papers in Progress:
  • “Volatility Spillover across Financial Markets of Pakistan: An Analysis based on EGARCH Model with ICSS: MV Algorithm by Muhammad Jamil and Hifsa Mobeen

  • “Impact of Financial Markets Development and Stock Market Volatility on Economic Growth: A Panel Data Analysis by Muhammad Jamil

  • “Determinants of Likelihood of Tourist’s Revisit to Gilgit Baltistan by Muhammad Jamil and Arifa Shabnum

  • “Mobile Termination Rate, Market Competition, Churn Rate, Penetration Rate and their Impacts on Cellular Call Price by Muhammad Jamil and Mehnaz Kausar

  • “Intergenerational Mobility in Educational Attainments by Malik Muhammad and Muammad Jamil

  • “Socio-Economic and Village Specific Determinants Affecting Student’s Academic Performance by Muhammad Jamil,  Waqar Azeem, and Zubair Tanveer

Theses Supervised:

PhD Economics

Sr.

Student Name

Thesis Title

Year

1.

Malik Muhammad

Intergenerational Mobility in Occupational and Educational Status: Evidence from Households of Pakistan

2018


MPhil Economics

Sr.

Student Name

Thesis Title

Year

38.

Saba Najm

Volatility Spillovers between Cryptocurrency, currency and commodity markets

 

37.

Syed Junaid Raza Shah

Does Terrorism affect tourism negatively? Evidence from Developed and Developing Countries

 

36.

Nadeem Khan

Socioeconomic determinants of Environmental degradation: Fresh Evidence from Developed and Developing Countries

 

35.

Muzian Batool

Socio-Economic Determinants of Environmental Degradation: Fresh Evidence from Developed and Developing Countries

 

34.

Ammad ur Rahman

Volatility Spillover among Asian Stock Markets: Analysis based on Markovian Switching Model

 

33.

Muhammad Kazim Ali

Returns to Education for Self Employed Persons: A Case Study of Tehsil Talagang

 

32.

Mehvish Raja

Impact of Economic, Financial and Social Capabilities of Small Firms on their Profitability (An Analysis Based on Firms from Rawalpindi and Islamabad)

2018

31.

Tariq Mahmood

Import Intensity and Export Performance: A Comparative Analysis for India, Pakistan and China

2018

30.

Zubair Tanveer

Stock Returns and Dividend Announcements: An Event Study Analysis for Selected Companies of Pakistan Stock Exchange

2018

28.

Abdul Qayoom Solangi

An Empirical Investigation of Firms’ Profitable Growth Through Innovation: An Analysis Based on Panel Data from Pakistan

2018

29.

Suleman Akram

Firms’ Performance and Corporate Social Responsibility: An Analysis of Selected Non-Financial Firms of Pakistan

2018

27.

Muhammad Ehtisham Noor

Efficiency and Size of the Government for Growth Maximization: A Panel Data Analysis based on Selected SAARC Countries

2018

26.

Sundas Abbasi

The impact of social, physical and financial infrastructure on Economic growth: A Panel Data Analysis of Developed and Developing Countries

2017

25.

Khalood Bukhari

Contextual Assessment of Women Empowerment: An Inter-Generational and Intra-Generational Analysis

2017

24.

Ali Raza

Vulnerability to Climate Change and Socioeconomic Factors: Comparison of Selected Districts of Punjab

2017

23.

Arifa Shabnum

The Socio-Economic and Demographic Determinants of Tourists’ Satisfaction and Likelihood of Their Revisit to Gilgit-Baltistan

2017

22.

Asad Abbas Shah

Connotation Among Structure, Conduct and Performance: A Panel Data Analysis of Selected Firms in Pakistan

2017

21.

Hifsa Mobeen

Mechanism of Volatility Transmission Between Stock, Currency and Commodity Markets of Pakistan

2017

20.

Irum Tahir

A Behavioral Analysis of Macroeconomic, Financial and Socio-Economic Variables Before and After the Introduction of Common Currency in Europe

2016

19.

Noureen Umer

Perception and Attitude Towards the Consumption of Counterfeit Products: An Analysis of Respondents Form Rawalpindi and Islamabad

2016

18.

Mehnaz Kausar

Mobile Termination Rate, Market Competition, Churn Rate, Penetration Rate and their Impacts on Cellular Call Prices

2016

17.

Mishal-e-Noor

Impact of Information and Communication Technology on Economic Growth: A Cross-Regional Comparison

2016

16.

Nazia Niaz

Inflation, GDP Growth and Corruption Nexus: Evidence Based on Panel Data (2005 – 2012)

2016

15.

Waqar Azim

Socio Economic and Village Specific Determinants Affecting Student’s Academic Performance

2016

14.

Anam Afzal

Comparison of Total Factor Productivity across sectors of Pakistan

2016

13.

Sonia Afzal

Determinants of Selection of Mobile Service Providers: An Empirical Analysis Based on Mobile Phone Subscribers of Rawalpindi and Islamabad

2015

12.

Ghulam Ilyas

Herding Behavior in Karachi Stock Market and in its Major Sectors

2015

11.

Tariq Aziz

Nexus between Exchange Rate Volatility and Economic Growth: A Cross Country Comparison of Selected South Asian Countries

2015

10.

Zafran Ahmad

Structural, Spatial and other attributes of house prices: An empirical Investigation of houses in Rawalpindi and Islamabad

2015

9.

Abid Hussain

Nexus between Bilateral Exchange Rates and Stock Market Returns: An Empirical Analysis for Pakistan

2015

8.

Aabroo Fatima

Nexus between Job Satisfaction and Job Performance: An Empirical Analysis of University Teachers

2015

7.

Muhammad Ilyas

Impact of School Infrastructure and Pedagogical Materials on its Academic Performance: A Case Study of Public High Schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

2015

6.

Sumbal Majeed

Interlinkages Between Macroeconomic Uncertainties and Macroeconomic Performance of Pakistan

2015

5.

Muhammad Ali

Impact of Human Development on Economic Growth in Pakistan (1972 - 2012)

2014

4.

Sahar Khan

Exchange Rate, Interest Rate and Inflation Rate in Pakistan: The International Fisher Effect Theory

2014

3.

Rani Saima Noureen

Export demand function of textile industry of Pakistan

2014

2.

Maria Hakim

Estimating Fuel Demand Elasticities in Pakistan

2013

1.

Mussarat Sultana

Impact of Free Trade Agreements on Economic Growth: A comparison of SAFTA and EFTA

2013


MSc Economics

Sr.

Student Name

Thesis Title

Year

6.

Zuhaib Nawab

The impact of Dividend Policy on Firms Financial Performance: A Case of Pakistan Non-Financial Firms

MBA – Dept. of Business Studies, PIDE, Islamabad

2017

5.

Tehmina Ahmad

Socio-Economic and Demographic Determinants of Female Labor Force Participation in Pakistan: An Empirical Analysis Based on PSLM Data

MSc – Dept. of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

2016

4.

Tariq Mehmood

Comparison of Bilateral Exchange Rates of Pakistan

MSc – Dept. of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

2015

3.

Muhammad Asad Ullah Moavia

Empirical Investigation of twin deficits

MSc – Dept. of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

2012

2.

Najia Noreen

An analysis of poverty in Pakistan

MSc – Dept. of Economics, BZU, Multan

2005

1.

Fasiha Khanam

An experience of equity based Islamic shares in Pakistan

MSc – Dept. of Economics, QAU, Multan

2005





Conference Papers:
  • Jamil, Muhammad, and Zubair Tanveer (2018). Dividend announcements and stock returns: An event study analysis for selected companies of Pakistan Stock Exchange, Emerging Issues in the Economy of Pakistan: Challenges and Opportunities, One Day International Conference, August 16, 2018, School of Economics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad

  • Jamil, Muhammad, and Mehnaz Kausar (2018) Firm Specific and Market Related Determinants of Cellular Call Price” Growth, Governance and Socio-Economic Gaps, 2nd FCCU Economics May 10, 2018, Forman Christian College University, Lahore.

  • Jamil, Muhammad, Sundas Abbasi, and Mishal-e-Noor (2018) “The impact of social, physical and financial infrastructure on Economic growth: A Panel Data Analysis of Developed and Developing Countries” CPEC, Institutions and Inclusive Growth in Pakistan, February 27-28, 2018, University of Gujrat, Gujrat, Pakistan

  • Jamil, Muhammad and Nazia Malik (2017) “Migration of Employment Workers and their impact on Economic conditions of source regions of Pakistan” 1st International Conference on Migration, Integration, and Social Cohesion, December 19-20, 2017, International Center for Refugee and Migration Studies, BUITEMS, Quetta.

  • Jamil, Muhammad and Asad Abbas Shah (2017) “Connotation among Structure, Conduct and Performance: A Panel Data Analysis of selected financial firms in Pakistan” International Conference on Poverty and Social Inequalities in Pakistan: Inclusive Growth Perspective, May 24-25, 2017, Department of Economics, University of Sargodha, Sargodha.

  • Muhammad, Malik, and Muhammad Jamil (2017) “Intergenerational Mobility in Occupational Status” 1st Conference of Department of Economics, Forman Christian College, on Economy of Pakistan: Opportunities and Vulnerabilities, May 8, 2017, Forman Christian College University

  • Jamil, Muhammad, Ghulam Ilyas and Zubair Tanveer (2017) “Do Investors Herd: Empirical Evidence from Karachi Stock Exchange and its Major Sectors” 1st Conference of Department of Economics, Forman Christian College, on Economy of Pakistan: Opportunities and Vulnerabilities, May 8, 2017, Forman Christian College University

  • Jamil, Muhammad and Abroo Fatima (2017) “Job Satisfaction and Job Performance: An Empirical Analysis of University Teachers” 2nd International Research Conference on Economics Business and Social Science, April 17-18, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan

  • Jamil, Muhammad and Arifa Shabnum (2016) “Perception about China-Pakistan-Economic-Corridor (CPEC) and Likelihood of Tourist’s Revisit to Gilgit-Baltistan” 2nd International Social Sciences Conference 2016 - Social Sciences Research in Post Modern Times, December 28-29, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad

  • Ali, Muhammad and Muhammad Jamil (2012) “Determinants of Productivity and Efficiency of Wheat Growers in Faisalabad” International Conference on the Emerging Issues of Social Sciences in Pakistan, April 27-29, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad

Workshops/Seminars Organised:

Title

Sponsors

Place

Date

Seventh 5 Days Workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

Quaid-i-Azam University & Higher Education Commission

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

September 3-7, 2018

Sixth 5 Days Workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

Quaid-i-Azam University

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

July 24-28, 2017

Fundamentals of Islamic Economic System and Overview of Islamic Microfinance [Speaker: Muhammad Ashfaq]

Amanah Institute of Islamic Finance and Economics & Quaid-i-Azam University

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

March 27, 2017

Current and Future Prospects of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) [Speaker: Dr Sohail Safdar, Dr Abdul Jalil]

Quaid-i-Azam University

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

 

Fifth 5 Days Workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

Quaid-i-Azam University & Higher Education Commission of Pakistan

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

July 25-29, 2016

Fourth 5 Days Workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

Quaid-i-Azam University

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

August 3-7, 2015

Seminar on Branch-less Banking and Way Forward

Sponsors:

Quaid-i-Azam University & State Bank of Pakistan

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

March 12, 2015

5 Days Workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

Quaid-i-Azam University & Higher Education Commission of Pakistan

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

August 5–9, 2014

Second 3 days workshop on software for Economics Research (Eviews, Stata, RATS)

 

Quaid-i-Azam University & Higher Education Commission of Pakistan

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

July 1–3, 2013

3 Days workshop on software for Economics Research (Eviews, Stata, RATS)

Quaid-i-Azam University & Higher Education Commission of Pakistan

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad, Pakistan

September 3-5, 2013


Seminar Presentations:

Title

Event

Place

Date

Detection and Removal of Autocorrelation, Heteroscedasticity, and Multicollinearity Using Eviews

Seventh 5 Days workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

Sep. 4, 2018

Introduction to LateX and there use in academic writing

Seventh 5 Days workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

Sep. 3, 2018

Detection and Removal of Autocorrelation, Heteroscedasticity, and Multicollinearity Using Eviews

Sixth 5 Days workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

July 26, 2017

LaTeX: A Tool for Effective Academic Writings

Sixth 5 Days workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

July 25, 2017

Introduction to LateX and there use in academic writing

Guest Lecture

Department of Economics, University of Balochistan, Quetta

July 21, 2017

Detection and Removal of Autocorrelation, Heteroscedasticity, and Multicollinearity Using Eviews

Fifth 5 Days workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

July 26, 2016

Uses and Advantages of LaTeX as text compiler

Fifth 5 Days workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

July 25, 2016

Detection and Removal of Autocorrelation, Heteroscedasticity, and Multicollinearity Using Eviews

Fourth 5 Days workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

Aug. 4, 2015

Uses and Advantages of LaTeX as text compiler

Fourth 5 Days workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

Aug. 3, 2015

Introduction to Research, Quantitative Research Design

Training Course on Organization of Economic Research

Pakistan Planning and Management Institute (PPMI), Islamabad

Nov. 17, 2014

Uses and Advantages of LaTeX as text compiler

5 Days Workshop on Applied Economics Using Software (Eviews, RATS, Stata, SPSS, LaTeX)

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

Aug. 5, 2014

Econometric techniques with the help of RATS

Three days workshop on software for Economics Research

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

July 2, 2013

Measurement and applications of development indicators

Guest Lecture

Dept. of Mass Communication, NUST Business School, NUST, Islamabad, Pakistan

Oct. 18, 2012

Econometric techniques with the help of RATS

Three days workshop on software for Economics Research

School of Economics, QAU, Islamabad

Sep. 3-5, 2012

Applications of Econometric techniques using software

Two Days Workshop on Statistical Packages

Foundation University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Pakistan

Oct. 25, 2011


Projects in Progress:
  • Title An analysis of education, health, employment and earnings of the Tribal’s of Orakzai Agency before and after the military operation
    Funding Source Higher Education Commission, Islamabad
    Funding Amount 1.175726  million
    Expected Ending Date : July 2019

Projects Completed:
  • Title CPEC as a first step towards the China-Pakistan Monetary Union (CPMU)
    Funding Source Center of Excellence - CPEC Competitive Policy Research Grant 2017 (Phase-II)
    Funding Amount 0.245 million
    Expected Ending Date : June 2018

  • Title Integration of Pakistani and Chinese Financial Markets: Before and After the Introduction of CPEC
    Funding Source Center of Excellence - CPEC Competitive Policy Research Grant 2017 (Phase-I)
    Funding Amount 0.270 million
    Expected Ending Date : March 2018

  • Title Impact of Economic, Financial, and Social Capabilities of Small Firms on their profit: An Analysis Based on Firms from Rawalpindi and Islamabad
    Funding Source Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad 
    Funding Amount 0.130 million
    Ending Date : December 2017

  • Title Contextual Assessment of Women Empowerment and its determinants: A Case Study of Working Women from Rawalpindi and Islamabad
    Funding Source Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad 
    Funding Amount 0.2008 million
    Ending Date : July 2017

  • Title : Food Security Based on Kilocalories: A Case Study of Twin Cities of Pakistan
    Funding Source Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
    Funding Amount : 0.105 million
    Expected Ending Date : December 2015

  • Title Household’s energy consumption under energy shortage: A case study of households of Rawalpindi and Islamabad
    Funding Source Higher Education Commission of Pakistan
    Funding Amount : 0.5 million
    Ending Date : December 2013

Students under Supervision:

PhD Economics

Sr.

Student Name

Current Status

Enrollment Date

1.

Saira Habib

(Dr. Eatzaz Ahmed is co-supervisor)

Course Work: Completed

Comprehensive Exam: Passed

Proposal Defense: Successful

Thesis Title: Economics of Slum: A Two Factor Analysis of Health and Education

Current Status: Collecting Data

August 2012

2.

Rizwan Ahmad Satti

Course Work: Completed

Comprehensive Exam: Completed

Thesis Title: Economics of Education: An Analysis of Out of School Children and School Dropouts in Pakistan

Current Status: Analyzing Data

October

2017

3.

Nazia Malik

Course Work: Completed

Comprehensive Exam: Passed

Thesis Title: An Appraisal of Social Welfare across Districts of Pakistan: Role of Resource Allocation and Terrorism

Current Status: Preparing for Synopsis Defense

February 2016

4.

Fatima Bibi

Course Work: Completed

Comprehensive Exam: Passed

Thesis Title: Essays on Environmental Degradation

Current Status: Preparing for Synopsis Defense

February 2014

5.

Amina Qureshi

Course Work: Completed

Comprehensive Exam: Passed

Thesis Title: Climate Change and Food Security (Not finalized)

Current Status: Preparing for Synopsis Defense

February 2014

6.

Mishal-e-Noor

Course Work: Completed

Comprehensive Exam: Passed

Thesis Title: Not Finalized

Current Status: Preparing for Synopsis Defense

September 2017

7.

Aabroo Fatima

(Co-Supervisor)

Course Work: Completed

Comprehensive Exam: Not Passed

February 2017


MPhil Economics

Sr.

Student Name

Thesis Title

Current Status

1.

Bibi Asab

Not Finalized

Collecting Data

2.

Sana Asghar

Not Finalized

Collecting Data

3.

Afshan Iram

Not Finalized

Collecting Data

4.

Neelum Kubra

Not Finalized

Literature Review

5.

Sidra Batool

Not Finalized

Literature Review

6.

Zainab

Not Finalized

Literature Review

7.

Asma

Not Finalized

Literature Review



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