DR HAFEEZ UR REHMAN - University of the Punjab

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AFEEZ UR

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EHMAN

Professor/Chairman, Department of Economics

University of the Punjab, New Campus, Lahore (Pakistan)

Contact: 042-99231167, 0300-4348225

E-mail: [email protected] [email protected]

Residence: House E-49, Staff Colony

University of the Punjab, Lahore-54590 (Pakistan)

QUALIFICATIONS

M.A. (Economics)

Ph.D. (Economics)

M. Ed. (Secondary)

B. Ed. (English)

M.A. (Economics)

B.A. (Economics)

Department of Economics

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (USA)

1997-2002 (CGPA 3.72 on Scale 4.0)

Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (USA)

1995-97 (CGPA 3.67 on Scale 4.0)

Institute of Education and Research

University of the Punjab, Lahore (Pakistan)

1989-90

University of the Punjab, Lahore (Pakistan)

1983-84

Department of Economics

University of the Punjab, Lahore (Pakistan)

1980-82

University of the Punjab, Lahore (Pakistan)

1977-80

HEC Approved Supervisor

CURRENT POSITION

Professor/Chairman, Department of Economics, University of the Punjab,

Lahore (Pakistan).

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Position

Professor, University of the Punjab,

Lahore, Pakistan

07.03.2010 – to date

Associate Professor, University of the

Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

25.07.2004 – 06.03.2010

Teaching Responsibilities

Advanced Microeconomic Theory and Advanced

Macroeconomic Theory to M. Phil. and Ph.D. students. Microeconomics, Econometrics and

Mathematical Economics to Master students.

Advanced Microeconomic Theory and Advanced

Macroeconomic Theory to M. Phil. and Ph.D. students. Microeconomics, Econometrics and

Mathematical Economics to Master students.

Assistant Professor, University of the

Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

23.10.1992 – 24.07.2004

Lecturer, University of the Punjab,

Lahore, Pakistan

03.11.1984 — 22.10.1992

Visiting Faculty

Milwaukee Area Technical College

(MATC), Milwaukee, Wisconsin (USA)

September 1999 — December 2002

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee,

Wisconsin, (USA)

September 1999 — December 2002

University of Management and

Technology, Lahore; Superior

University, Lahore; IBA, University of the Punjab; IAS, University of the

Punjab; IBIT, University of the Punjab;

Hailey College of Commerce,

University of the Punjab; IER,

University of the Punjab, Lahore; and

University of Central Punjab, Lahore

Civil Service Academy, Walton Road,

Lahore

January 2008 – 2011

Microeconomics, Mathematical Economics and

Econometrics to Master students. Advanced

Microeconomic Theory, International Trade and

Finance to M. Phil. and Ph.D. Students.

Economic

Economics

Planning, and

Basic

Advanced

Economics to Master students.

Mathematical

Mathematical

Courses Taught

Basic Economic Theory, Principles of

Macroeconomics and Applied Economics in

Human Resources to undergraduate students.

Economic Development, Microeconomic

Principles and Macroeconomic Principles and

Policy to undergraduate students.

Quantitative Research and Methods to Ph.D. students. Advanced Statistics, Applied

Econometrics

Microeconomics to and

M. Phil students.

Macroeconomics,

Managerial Economics and

Econometrics to Master students.

Business

Economic Theory and Financial Administration to 35 th

, 36 th

and 37 th

common batch to

Probationers

RESEARCH WORK

1. Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2005), Stability of money demand function in Asian developing countries.

Applied Economics

, Volume 37(7), pp. 773-792. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0003684042000337424

2. Muhammad Afzal,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and A. Rauf Butt (2002), Forecasting: A dilemma of modules (A comparison of theory based and theory free approaches).

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

http://jstor.org/stable/25825233

, Volume XL, No. 1 (Summer), pp. 1-18.

3. Shaukat Ali Shahid,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Muhammad Afzal (2002), Economic options for agricultural production in saline areas of Pakistan.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

, Volume XL, No. 2 (Winter), pp. 89-120. http://jstor.org/stable/25821368

4.

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Imtiaz Ahmad (2002), Impact of monetary policy on monetary assets in Pakistan: A money multiplier approach.

Pakistan Economic and

Social Review

, Volume XL, No. 2 (Winter), pp. 199-208. http://jstor.org/stable/25821372

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5.

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Muhammad Afzal (2003), The black market exchange rate and stability of demand for money in Pakistan: A cointegration analysis.

Pakistan

Economic and Social Review

, Volume XLI, No. 1&2, pp. 13-28. http://jstor.org/stable/25825242

6.

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Muhammad Afzal (2003), The J curve phenomenon: An evidence from Pakistan.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

, Volume XLI, No. 1&2, pp. 45-58. http://jstor.org/stable/25825244

7.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Sajawal Khan and Imtiaz Ahmad (2004), Does Fisher effect exist in Pakistan: A cointegration analysis.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

, Volume

XLII, No. 1&2, pp. 21-37. http://jstor.org/stable/25825252

8.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Masood Sarwar Awan and Imtiaz Ahmed (2005), Role of SMEs in the economy of Pakistan: A critical analysis.

Forman Journal of Economic Studies

,

Volume 1, pp. 105-125.

9.

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Abid Rashid Gill (2005), A test of McKinnon’s complementarity hypothesis: A case study of Pakistan.

Pakistan Economic and Social

Review

, Volume XLIII, No. 1 (Summer), pp. 21-37. http://jstor.org/stable/25825260

10. Muhammad Afzal,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Ishrat Begum (2006), An analysis of the relationship between burden of debt and human resource development: A case study of Pakistan.

No. 1&2, pp. 1-28.

Economic Journal

(GC University, Lahore), Volume XXXVIII,

11.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Imtiaz Ahmad and Masood Sarwar Awan (2007), Testing

Wagner’s Law for Pakistan: 1972-2004.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

,

Volume 45, No. 2 (Winter), pp. 155-166. http://jstor.org/stable/25825312

12.

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2007), An econometric estimation of traditional import demand function for Pakistan.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

, Volume 45, No. 2

(Winter), pp. 245-256. http://jstor.org/stable/25825317

13.

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Amjad Naveed (2007), Determinants of corruption and its relation to GDP (A panel study).

Journal of Political Studies

, Volume XII (Winter), pp.

27-59.

14. M. Farooq Arby, Tahir Mehmood and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2008), An analysis of macroeconomic linkages: The case of Pakistan.

South Asian Studies

, Volume 23,

No. 1 (January), pp. 95-104.

15.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Sajawal Khan and Imtiaz Ahmad (2008), Income distribution, growth and financial development.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

, Volume

46, No. 1 (Summer), pp. 1-16. http://jstor.org/stable/25825321

16.

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Saima Ahmed (2008), An empirical analysis of the determinants of bank selection in Pakistan: A customer view.

Pakistan Economic and

Social Review

, Volume 46, No. 2 (Winter), pp. 147-160. http://jstor.org/stable/25825333

17. Tahir Mahmood,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Shahnaz A. Rauf (2008), Evaluation of macro economic policies of Pakistan (1950-2008).

Journal of Political Studies

,

Volume XIV, pp. 57-75.

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18. Syed Yasir Mahmood Gillani,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Abid Rasheed Gill (2009),

Unemployment, poverty, inflation and crime nexus: Cointegration and causality analysis of Pakistan.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

, Volume 47, No. 1

(Summer), pp 79-98. http://www.jstor.org/stable/25825343

19.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Sajawal Khan and M. Arshad Khan (2009), What determines private investment? The case of Pakistan.

South Asian Studies

(A research journal of

South Asian Studies), Volume 24, No. 1 (January), pp. 52-68.

20. Tahir Mahmood, Shahnaz A. Rauf and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2009), Debt dynamics and its burden on national economy: A case study of Pakistan.

Journal of Political Studies

,

Volume XVI (Winter), pp. 37-49.

21. Hamid Jalil,

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Maqbool H. Sial and Syed Shahid Hussain (2009),

Analysis of milk production system in peri-urban areas of Lahore (Pakistan): A case study.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

, Volume 47, No. 2 (Winter), pp. 229-242. http://www.jstor.org/stable/25825354

22. Muhammad Afzal, A. Rauf Butt,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Ishrat Begum (2009), A dynamic analysis of the relationship among human development, exports and economic growth in Pakistan.

The Pakistan Development Review

, Volume 48, No. 4

(Winter), Part II, pp. 885-920. http://www.jstor.org/stable/41261354

23.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Muhammad Zahir Faridi and Farrukh Bashir (2010), Households saving behaviour in Pakistan: A case of Multan District.

Pakistan Journal of Social

Sciences

, Volume 30, No. 1 (September), pp. 17-29.

24.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Atif Ali Jaffri and Imtiaz Ahmed (2010), Impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows on equilibrium real exchange rate of Pakistan.

South Asian

Studies

(A research journal of South Asian Studies), Volume 25, No. 1 (January-June), pp. 125-141.

25. M. Shahbaz,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and N. Amir (2010), The Impact of trade and financial-openness on government size: A case study of Pakistan.

Journal of Quality and Technology Management

, Volume VI, Issue I (June), pp. 105-118.

26. Ahsan Ali Mangi,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Imtiaz Ahmed (2011), An analysis of preventive health care in Pakistan.

Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary

Research in Business

, Volume 3, No. 1 (May), pp. 1237-1248.

27.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Furrukh Bashir and Ismat Nasim (2011), Students’ involvement in economic activity during their studies: A case study of Pakistan.

International

Journal of Business and Social Science

, Volume 2, No. 14, pp. 199-206.

28.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Imran Sharif Chaudhry, Muhammad Zahir Faridi and Farrukh

Bashir (2011), Rural-urban saving differentials in Pakistan: Investigation from primary data.

South Asian Studies

(A research journal of South Asian Studies),

Volume 26, No. 1 (January-June), pp. 19-35.

29. Nabeela Asghar, Masood Sarwar Awan and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2011), An econometric analysis of the relationship between education and economic growth in

Pakistan.

Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business

, Volume 3,

No. 2 (June), pp. 1437-1445.

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30. Asma Awan, Nabeela Asghar and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2011), The impact of exchange rate, fiscal deficit and terms of trade on external debt of Pakistan: A cointegration and causality analysis.

Australian Journal of Business and Management Research

,

Volume 1, No. 3, pp. 10-24.

31. Muhammad Tahir Rashid, Khalil Ahmad, Pervaiz Azim and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2011),

Measuring the impact of inflation on conditional stock market volatility in Pakistan:

An application of IGARCH Model.

Middle Eastern Finance and Economics

, Issue 13, pp. 36-42.

32.

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Furrukh Bashir and Muhammad Zahir Faridi (2011), Saving behavior among different income groups in Pakistan: A micro study.

International

Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

, Volume 1, No. 10, pp. 268-277.

33. Muhammad Rehman, Javed Iqbal and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2011), Nonlinearity in inflation: A case of Pakistan.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

, Volume 49, No. 1, pp. 1-12. http://www.jstor.org/stable/41762421

34. Wasim ul Rehman, Chaudhary Abdul Rehman,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Ayesha Zahid

(2011), Intellectual capital performance and its impact on corporate performance:

An empirical evidence from Modaraba sector of Pakistan.

Australian Journal of

Business and Management Research

, Volume 1, No. 5, pp. 8-16.

35. Wasim ul Rehman, Muhammad Ilyas and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2011), Intellectual capital performance and its impact on financial returns of companies: An empirical study from insurance sector of Pakistan.

African Journal of Business Management

,

Volume 5(20), pp. 8041-8049. http://dx.doi.org/10.5897/AJBM10.1088

36. Muhammad Afzal,

Hafeez ur Rehman

, M. Shahid Farooq and Kafeel Sarwar (2011),

Education and economic growth in Pakistan: A cointegration and causality analysis.

International Journal of Educational Research

, Volume 50, Issues 5-6, pp. 321-335. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijer.2011.10.004

37. Nabeela Asghar, Asma Awan and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2011), Exploring the linkages among economic growth, openness, income inequality, education and health in

Pakistan.

Canadian Social Science

, Volume 7, No. 6, pp. 82-88. http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720110706.094

38. Nabeela Asghar, Zakir Hussain and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2012), The impact of government spending on poverty reduction: Evidence from Pakistan 1972 to 2008.

African Journal of Business Management

http://dx.doi.org/10.5897/AJBM11.922

, Volume 6, No. 3, pp. 845-853.

39. Nabila Asghar, Asma Awan and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2012), Human capital and economic growth in Pakistan: A cointegration and causality analysis.

International

Journal of Economics and Finance

, Volume 4, No. 4 (April), pp. 135-147. http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ijef.v4n4p135

40. Nabila Asghar, Samia Nasreen and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2012), Relationship between

FDI and economic growth in selected Asian countries: A panel data analysis.

Review of Economics and Finance

, No. 1, pp. 84-96.

41. Asma Awan, Nabeela Asghar and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2012), The impact of governance on external debt burden in Pakistan.

Actual Problems of Economics

,

No. 3(129), pp. 321-330.

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42. Wasim ul Rehman,

Hafeez ur Rehman

, Muhammad Usman and Nabila Asghar

(2012), A link of intellectual capital performance with corporate performance:

Comparative study from banking sector in Pakistan.

International Journal of Business and Social Science

, Volume 3, No. 12 (Special Issue), pp. 313-321.

43. M. Azhar Khan and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2012), Regional disparities in human capital:

The case of Pakistan.

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

, Volume 50, No. 1, pp.

57-70.

44. Nabila Asghar, Parvez Azim and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2012), Impact of government spending in social sectors on economic growth: A case study of Pakistan.

Journal of

Business and Economics

, Volume 3, No. 2, pp. 214-234.

45. Nabila Asghar, Asma Awan and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2012), Health/growth dynamics in Pakistan: A simultaneous model.

Actual Problems of Economics

, No. 12(138), pp.

276-285.

46. Nabila Asghar, Asma Awan and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2012), Government spending, economic growth and rural poverty in Pakistan.

Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences

,

Volume 32, No. 2, pp. 473-487.

47. Furrukh Bashir,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Muhammad Zahir Faridi (2013), Social overhead capital and economic output in Pakistan: An ARDL bound testing approach.

FWU Journal of Social Sciences

, Volume 7, No. 2, pp. 181-192.

48. Wasim ul Rehman, Nabila Asghar and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2013), Intellectual capital efficiency and financial performance of insurance sector in Pakistan: A panel data analysis.

Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research

, Volume 17(9), pp. 1251-1259.

49. K. Sarwar, Muhammad Afzal, M. Shafiq and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2013), Institutions and economic growth in South Asia.

Journal of Quality and Technology Management

,

Volume IX, Issue 2 (December), pp. 1-23.

50. Wasimul Rehman, Nabila Asghar and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2014), Intellectual capital and financial performance: An evaluation of quoted oil and gas sector of Pakistan.

Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research

, Volume 4, Issue 9, pp. 61-71.

51. Bilal Mehmood,

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Syed Hasnain Haider Rizvi (2014), From information society to knowledge society: The Asian perspective.

Pakistan Journal of

Information Management and Libraries

, Volume 15, pp. 37-46.

52. Bilal Mehmood and

Hafeez ur Rehman

(2015), Aggregate production function for knowledge economies in Asia: System GMM Inference.

Pakistan Economic and Social

Review

, Volume 53, No. 1 (Summer), pp. 119-134.

53.

Hafeez ur Rehman

and Furrukh Bashir (2015), Energy consumption and agriculture sector in middle income developing countries: A panel data analysis.

Pakistan

Journal of Social Sciences

, Volume 35, No. 1, pp. 479-496.

SURVEY BASED PROJECTS

Worked with UNDP on a survey-based project as Principal Investigator of a

Region comprised of three districts (Khanewal, Toba Tek Singh and Pakpattan) by leading a team of 30 professionals including Regional/Research Coordinators,

District Supervisors, Logistic Supervisors, Documentation Coordinators,

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Interviewers and Enumerators titled “

Social Audit of Governance and Delivery of

Public Services 2009/2010

” with the collaboration of DTCE (Devolution Trust and Community Empowerment), and PPAF (Pakistan Poverty Alleviation

Foundation). The survey was conducted during

January 21-30, 2010

consisting of 1320 households, DCOs, DPOs, District Nazims, Tehsil Nazims, UC Nazims,

TMOs and many other Government/Public servants.

Worked as

Principal Investigator

on a project titled

Economic Impact

Assessment of Community Based Livestock Services and Delivery Models In

Punjab

granted by the Directorate of Planning and Evaluation, L&DD

Department, Punjab, Lahore. The survey was conducted in three months,

i.e.

November 2008 – January 2009, consisting of 6 Districts of the Punjab.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Participated in Indigenous on-Campus Training of Departmental Heads organized by the University of the Punjab in collaboration with Higher Education

Commission from 27-31 October 2014.

Took courses in Economic Theory and Development Economics at Giessen

University, Germany, 15 th

May 1998 — 30 th

June 1998, under Summer Exchange

Program financed by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (USA).

Participated in UNITAR’s (United Nations Institute for Training and Research)

Training of Trainers’ Workshop on Legal Aspects of Debt and Financial

Management

(Legal Aspects), Colombo, Sri Lanka, March 20-24, 1995.

Completed a three-week training programme,

36 th

National In-Service Training

Course

of Pakistan Manpower Institute, Islamabad, August 12, 1987 to

September 3, 1987.

Participated in an intensive three-month

Pre-Service Training Course for

University Teachers

of the University Grants Commission (UGC), National

Academy of Higher Education, Islamabad, July 1, 1985 to September 26, 1985.

CONFERENCES/ SEMINARS /LECTURES/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

Participated in two-day workshop on “Understanding Non-Tariff Trade Barriers between India and Pakistan” on 27-28 June 2014 at Chandigarh organized by

Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development (CRRID), Chandigarh,

India.

Participated in international conference on “Rejuvenation of Punjab Economy” on 21-23 March 2014 at Patiala organized by Centre for Development

Economics and Innovation Studies (CDIES), Planning Commission Chair, UGC

Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of Economics, Punjabi University,

Patiala (India), and University of California, Santa Cruz (USA).

Participated as a Discussant in Annual Sessions of Sri Lanka Economic

Association on the theme “Way Forward for Sustained Growth: Challenging but can be tackled with Correct Policies” on 25-26 October 2013 at Colombo, Sri

Lanka.

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Participated as a Discussant in Annual Sessions of Sri Lanka Economic

Association on the theme “Export Growth and Sustained Development” on

19-20 October 2012 at Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Participated and presented paper titled “Causal Nexus between Economic

Growth, Export and External Debt Servicing: The Case of Pakistan” in the 24 th

Annual General Meeting and Conference of PSDE Economic Sustainability in a

Globalised World, 31 st

March – 2 nd

April 2009.

Participated and presented paper in International Workshop/Conference on

WTO, International Trade and Human Development on the topic “SMEs,

Employment and Trade in Pakistan” from January 24-26, 2007, financed by

UNDP at University of the Punjab, Lahore.

A Two-day workshop conducted on “Business Plan Development” (Economic

Analysis of Projects and Cost Benefit Ratios) at University of Veterinary and

Animal Sciences Lahore on June 19 and June 30, 2008.

Guest Speaker on the topic of “

Cost Benefit Analysis and Project Evaluation

” on February 09, 2010, at Pakistan Navy War College, Lahore.

Three-Days tutorial discussion on “

Basic Economic Concepts and Theories

”,

Monetary and Fiscal Policy

” and “

Economic Development

” on September 15,

16 and 17, 2010 respectively, at National Management College, Senior

Management Wing (SMW) 78-Upper Mall, Shahra-e-Quaid-e-Azam, Lahore.

Two-Days sessions on “

Introduction to Basic Concepts of Economics as applicable at operational level (Microeconomics and Macroeconomics)

” at

National Institute of Management, DMG Campus, CSA, Upper Mall, Shahra-e-

Quaid-e-Azam, Lahore, on September 20 and 21, 2010 respectively.

Two-Days sessions on “

Economic Reasoning and Basic Economic Concepts and

Theories

” as a part of Tutorial discussions on February 9-10, 2010, at National

Management College, Senior Management Wing (SMW), 78-Upper Mall,

Shahra-e-Quaid-e-Azam, Lahore.

Guest Speaker on the topic of “

Cost Benefit Analysis

” at Pakistan Navy War

College, Lahore on December 02, 2008.

Two-Days Lectures / Discussions on “

Introduction to basic concepts of

Economics as applicable at operational level

” at National Management College,

(Mid Career Management Wing) DMG Campus, CSA, Upper Mall, Shahra-e-

Quaid-e-Azam, Lahore, on September 28 and 29, 2009.

Lecture / Discussion on “Introduction to basic Micro and Macro Economic concepts as applicable to issues of governance” at National Management

College, DMG Campus, CSA, Upper Mall, Shahra-e-Quaid-e-Azam, Lahore, on

June 8, 2009.

International Seminar: Strategic priorities in agriculture and rural development for poverty alleviation in Pakistan. February 04, 2006. Department of

Economics, University of Sargodha, Sargodha.

Participated in National Conference on “Sustainable Agriculture for Rural

Development and Poverty Alleviation” National Library of Pakistan, Islamabad

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19 th

and 20 th

May 2004 organized by Department of Food and Agriculture,

Government of Sindh and Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock,

Government of Pakistan.

Workshop on Designing Learning Experiences at Higher Education Commission

Regional Centre Lahore on 22-24 December 2003.

National Conference on Development of Social Sciences and Humanities:

Current Scenario and Emerging Trends at Islamabad on 15-17 December 2003.

SEMINARS ORGANIZED

Seminar on “Self Reliance” under Prof. Qazi Muhammad Fareed Memorial

Society on Thursday, June 24, 2010, at Department of Economics, University of the Punjab, Lahore.

Prof. Qazi Muhammad Fareed Memorial Essay Competition / Seminar on

Austerity Economy

, held on 20 th

November 2009 at the Department of

Economics, University of the Punjab, Lahore.

WTO and Challenges of Pakistan, May 3, 2005, at the Department of Economics,

University of the Punjab, Lahore.

WTO (World Trade Organization) and Pakistan’s Economy, April 4, 2004, at the

Department of Economics, University of the Punjab, Lahore.

Improvement of Quality and Standard of Education in the Universities, May 21,

2003, at the Department of Economics, University of the Punjab, Lahore.

Economics of Natural Resources, April 10, 2003, at the Department of

Economics, University of the Punjab, Lahore.

HONORS AND ACCOLADES

Took courses in Economic Theory and Development Economics at University of

Giessen, Germany, 15 th

May 1998 — 30 th

June 1998, under Summer Exchange

Program financed by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (USA).

Awarded Merit Scholarship for two consecutive years (1980-82) at University of the Punjab, Lahore.

Second Position in M.A. Economics Examination, University of the Punjab,

Lahore, 1982.

First Position in Government College, Sargodha, in B.A. Examination, 1980.

MEMBERSHIP

Member, Board of Faculty of Management and Administrative Sciences,

University of the Sargodha, Sargodha.

Member, National Users Council, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, Islamabad

Member/Convener, Departmental Doctoral Program Committee (DDPC),

Department of Economics, University of the Punjab, Lahore

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Member, Departmental Doctoral Program Committee (DDPC), Department of

Library and Information Science, University of the Punjab, Lahore

Convener, Board of Studies in Economics, University of the Punjab, Lahore

Member, Institutional Doctoral Program Committee (IDPC), Institute of Business

Administration, University of the Punjab, Lahore

Invited Member, IDPC, Institute of Administrative Sciences, University of the

Punjab, Lahore

Member, Board of Studies in Commerce, Government College University,

Faisalabad

Member, Board of Studies in Economics, Government College University,

Faisalabad

Member, Board of Studies in Economics, University of Sargodha, Sargodha

Member, Board of Advance Studies and Research, University of Management and Technology, Lahore

Member, Minimum Wage Board, Government of Punjab, Lahore

MISCELLANEOUS

Resource Person in Economics at National Management College (NMC), Lahore

Managing Editor, date)

Pakistan Economic and Social Review

(September 2007 to

Computer Skills: Microsoft Windows, MS Word, MS Excel, EViews and Microfit

Language Skills: English, Urdu and Punjabi

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