Name: Dr. Javed Iqbal
Designation: Professor
Department: School of Economics


Fulbright Postdoc Fellow,  University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA

 Jan 2022 to Jan 2023

Ph.D. (Economics), Federal Urdu University of Arts Science and Technology, Islamabad


MA (Economics), University of Peshawar


Post Graduate Diploma (Development Studies),  Institute of  Developing Economies (IDE), Chiba Japan.


Phone: +92-51 9064-3240
Status: On Job
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Research Interests Publications Conferences Research Projects

1.     Javed Iqbal, Sitara Jabeen, Misbah Nosheen and Mark Wohar (2023). The Asymmetric Effects of Exchange Rate Volatility on Pakistan-Japan Commodity Trade: Evidence from Non-Linear ARDL Approach, Asia Pacific and Financial Markets, Impact Factor, 1.7


2.     Ahmad, S., Iqbal, J., Nosheen, M., & Wohar, M. (2023). Dynamics of the asymmetric S-curve between Pakistan and Japan. International Journal of Economic Policy Studies, 1-11.


3.     Iqbal, J., Brdedthauer, J., & Decker, C. S. (2023). Determinants of housing affordability in the USA. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis.  Impact Factor 1.7


4.     Iqbal, J., Nosheen, M., Rubab, I., Ahmad, S., & Wohar, M. (2023). Asymmetric Causality between Unemployment Rate and House Prices in Select OECD Economies. International Real Estate Review, 26(2).


5.     Third-Country Exchange Rate Volatility and Pakistan-China Trade at Commodity Level (With Misbah Nosheen and Mark Wohar), accepted. The International Trade Journal, 2023.


6.     Nosheen, M., Iqbal, J., & Ahmad, S. (2023). Economic empowerment of women through climate change mitigation. Journal of Cleaner Production, 138480. Impact Factor 11.1.


7.     Iqbal, J., Nosheen, M. & Wohar, M. Exchange rate volatility and India–US commodity trade: evidence of the third country effect. Indian Economic Review  (2023).


8.     Untapping the role of trade facilitation indicators, logistics and information technology in export expansion and diversification (With Nazai Gul, Misbah Nosheen and Mark Wohar), The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, 2023, 1-21. Impact Factor. 2.518


9.     The Asymmetric Impact of Exchange Rate Misalignment on Economic Growth of India: An Application of Hodrick-Prescott Filter Technique, (With Fatima Mahmood, Misbah Nosheen and Mark Wohar ), Economic Analysis and Policy,2022, 77, 809-823. Impact Factor. 4.444


10.  Commodity Market Dynamics: Who’s Behind Booms and Busts? (With Irfanullah), Borsa Istanbul Review, September 2022. 23, no. 1 (2023): 55-75. Impact Factor. 4.288.


11.  The Asymmetric-Impact of Real exchange Rate Misalignment on Economic Growth: An Application of Hodrick-Prescott Filter Technique (With Ghosia Ayaz Abbassi), The Singapore Economic Review, May 2021, 1-29. Impact Factor: 1.736.


12.  Impact of exchange rate volatility on the commodity trade between Pakistan and the US, (With Bahmani-Oskooee and Saqibullah Khan), Economic Change and Restructuring, 2017, 50:161–187, Impact Factor. 1.708.


13.  Commodity trade between Pakistan and the US: is there evidence of the J-curve? (With   Bahmani-Oskooend  Misbah  Nosheen), Applied Economics, 2016, Vol. 48(11), Pp-957-965.Impact Factor. 1.916.


14.  Short-run and long-run effects of exchange rate volatility on commodity trade between Pakistan and Japan, (With Bahmani-Oskooee and Muhammad Salam), Economic Analysis and Policy, 2016, Volume 52, Pages 131–142. Impact Factor 4.444


15.  The Asymmetric Effects of Exchange Rate Volatility on US-Pakistan Trade Flows: New Evidence from Nonlinear ARDL Approach (With, Sabahat Aziz and Misbah Nosheen ), Economic Change and Restructuring, 2021, 1-31. Impact Factor. 1.708.


16.  Asymmetric cointegration, Non-linear ARDL, and the J-curve: A bilateral analysis of Pakistan and its trading partners, (With Misbah Nosheen and Gohar Panezai and Salahuddin), International Journal of Finance & Economics, 26(2), 2263-2278.. Impact Factor: 1.63.


17.  Exploring the dynamic effects of shocks in monetary and fiscal policies on the environment of developing economies: Evidence from CS-ARDL approach Environmental Science and Pollution Research, (With Shaista Noureen, and Zubair Chishti), Environ Sci Pollut Res, February 2022, Impact Factor: 5.19


18.  An Asymmetric Analysis of the Role of Exports and Imports in Consumption-based Carbon Emissions in the G7 Economies: Evidence from Nonlinear Panel Autoregressive Distributed Lag Model (With Najeebullah and Misbah Nosheen), ), Environ Sci Pollut Res, May 2021. Impact Factor: 5.19


19.  Globalization, financial development, and environmental sustainability: evidence from heterogeneous income groups of Asia (Ayaz Zafar, Muhammad Tariq Majeed & Misbah Nosheen), Environ Sci Pollut Res, May 2021. Impact Factor: 5.19


20.  Exploring the Asymmetries between Trade and Consumption-based Carbon Emissions in Emerging Economies: Evidence from Non-linear Panel Autoregressive Distributive Lag Model (With Najeebullah and Misbah Nosheen), Environ Sci Pollut Res, March 2021. Impact Factor: 5.19


21.  Do technological innovations promote Green Growth in the European Union? (With Misbah Nosheen and M.A. Abbasi), Environ Sci Pollut Res, 2021. Impact Factor: 5.19


22.  Analyzing the linkage among CO 2 emissions, economic growth, tourism, and energy consumption in the Asian Economies, (With Misbah Nosheen and Hidayatullah Khan), Environ Sci Pollut Res, 28, 16707–16719,2021. Impact Factor: 5.19


23.  Analyzing extended STIRPAT model of urbanization and CO2 emissions in Asian countries. (With Misbah Nosheen and Muhammad Ali Abbassi), Environ Sci Pollut Res 27, 45911–45924 (2020). Impact Factor: 5.19


24.  Economic Growth, Financial Development, and Trade in Nexuses of CO2 Emissions for Southeast Asia, (With Misbah Nosheen and Anam Hassan), Environmental Science and Pollution Research. December 2019, Volume 26, Issue 36, pp 36274– 36286. Impact Factor: 5.19



25.  Revisiting the asymmetry between the exchange rate and domestic production in South Asian Economies: Evidence from Nonlinear ARDL Approach (With Misbah Nosheen and Mark Vohar ), Economic Journal of Emerging Markets, 2022, 14(2), 162-175.


26.  An empirical investigation of asymmetric J-curve in the commodity trade between Pakistan and her four major trading partners.( Naseem, S., Iqbal, J., Nosheen, M., & Wohar, M.) Journal of Economic Research, 2022, 27(3), 191-234.


27.   (2022). Workers’ Remittances and Children’s Education: The Case of Pakistan. (With Nosheen, M., Aleemudin, S., & Iqbal, J.) Journal of Contemporary Macroeconomic Issues, 2022,  3(2), 71-89.


28.  The Implication of the Oscillations in Exchange Rate for the Commodity-wise Trade Flows between Pakistan and China: An Evidence from ARDL Approach, (With MZ Chishti, F Mehmood, HSM Azeem), Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies Vo.23(4), 2020.


29.  Tapping Global Potential of Pakistan in Merchandise Trade: Evidence from PPML based Gravity Model and Trade Potential Index, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, March 2021. Accepted.


30.  Pakistan-EU Commodity Trade: Is There Evidence of J-Curve Effect? (With Bahmani- Oskooee and Muzammil, M.),Global Economy Journal, Vol. 17, No. 2, 20160067 (2017).


31.  Third-Country Exchange Rate Volatility and Pakistan-US Trade at Commodity Level, (With Bahmani-Oskooee and Misbah Nosheen), The International Trade Journal, Volume 31, 2017 - Issue 2.


32.  Farmers’ Response to price and other factors of rice in Pakistan, (With Misbah Nosheen, Ateeq ur Rahman and Safeer Ullah), African Journal of Agricultural Research, 2011, Vol. 6(11). (HEC Approved).


33.  The Structural Adjustment and Socioeconomic Performance of Pakistan, (With Misbah Nosheen), European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, 2010, 1450-2275, Issue No. (HEC Approved).


34.  Exchange Rate Volatility with Third-Country Risk Impact: A Bilateral Analysis of Pakistan with Major Trading Partners (with Ghosia Abbasi), Pakistan Social Science Review, December 2020, Vol. 4, No. IV [29-46]. (HEC Approved)


35.  The Transition from a Command to a Market Economy: Is Kazakhstan a Success Story in terms of Economic Performance?, (With Shaukat Hussain and Zukfaqar Chughtai), GSSR, No. 1, Winter 2020. (HEC Approved)


36.  Economic Distance, Cultural Distance, and Regional Integration: Evidence from Gravity Model Using Disaggregated Data for Pakistan, (With Salahuddin and Misbah Nosheen), The Pakistan Development Review, 59:2 (2020) pp. 243–273. (HEC Approved).


37.  The Determinants of Services Sector Growth: A Cross Country Analysis. Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, (With Muhammad Salam and Misbah Nosheen) Special Issue, 2018, (191-210). (HEC Approved).


38.  International Trade and Labor Market Response of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises, (With Misbah Nosheen and Zia Ur Rahman), 2018, Pakistan Economic Review, Vol. 1, No.1.


39.  Economic Impact of Trade Liberalization: The Case of Pakistan’s Manufacturing Industrial Market, (With Misbah Nosheen and Tahir Mehmood), FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 2014, Vol. 8, No.2. (HEC Approved).


40.  Trade Shocks and Labor Adjustment: Evidence from Pakistan’s Manufacturing Industries, (With Misbah Nosheen and Nawab Haider Naqvi), Pakistan Development Review (PDR), 2015, Vol. 54, NO.3, Pp 197-214. (HEC Approved).


41.  Testing for Marshall-Lerner Condition: Bilateral Trades Between Pakistan and Her Major Trading Partners, (With Misbah Nosheen, Rabbia and Samia Manan), Forman Journal of Economic Studies, 2015, Vol.11, Pp 1-14. (HEC Approved).


42.  The Nexus Between Foreign Remittances and Inflation: Evidence From Pakistan, Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences (PJSS), (With Misbah Nosheen and Ammara Javed), 2013, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 331-342. (HEC Approved).


43.  The Impact of Trade on Wages and Employment: Does Firms’ Size Matter?.( Iqbal, J., & Nosheen, M.) 2014, International Journal of Management Business and Economics, 2013.


44.  How do Wages Adjust to Trade Liberalization? A Case Study of Pakistan, (With Misbah Nosheen and Zafar Mehmood), Journal of Business & Economics, 2013, Vol. 4. No. 1, 2013. (HEC Approved).


45.  Trade and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from Pakistan’s Export Oriented and Import Competing Industries, (With Misbah Nosheen), Pakistan Business Review, 2016, Vol. 18, No. 2, (Pp, 290-306). (HEC Approved).


46.  Determinants of Services Sector Growth: Evidence from Developed and Developing Economies, (With Muhammad Salam, Anwar Hussain, and Hamid Iqbal), The Pakistan Development Review, 57:1, Pp. 27–44. (HEC Approved).


47.  Disentangling horizontal and vertical Intra industry trade: Case of Pakistan (with Touseef Hameed), Kashmir Economic Review 29 (1),2020.


48.  The Impacts of Exchange Rate Volatility on Commodity Wise Trade Flows between Pakistan and Its Major Trading Partner China, (With Muhammad Zubair Chishti, Khaliq ul Rehman and Farrukh Mahmood), International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS). Vol.2, issue VIII.


49.  Corporate Governance, Intellectual Capital and Financial Performance of Banks listed in Pakistan Stock Exchange, (With Jehanzeb Khan), Pakistan Administrative Review, Vol. (1). No.3.


50.  Acreage Response of Major Crops in Pakistan (1970- 71 to 2006-07), (With Misbah Nosheen), ARPN Journal of Agricultural and Biological Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 5&6, September-November, 2008.


51.  Acreage Response of Wheat crop in Pakistan (1970-71 to 2006-07), (With Misbah Nosheen), NUST Journal of Business and Economics, Vol. 1, No.1. 2008.


52.  The J-Curve between Pakistan and the SAARC Region: Empirical Evidence from Aggregated and Commodity Level Trade Flows, (With Saqib Khan Khattak and Misbah Nosheen), Nust Journal of  Social Sciences and Humanities, 2019, 5 (2), 177-208.


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