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I am Muhammad Asghar, a doctoral research fellow from the School of Economics, Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan; a well reputed and well-ranked university in Pakistan. I have 8 years of teaching experience as a visiting faculty at Bahauddin Zakariya University Sub Campus and taught more than 50 courses of economics and Lecturer in Economics at the Institute of Commerce and Business Administration (ICBA) college district Layyah. I taught microeconomic, macroeconomics, mathematical economics, research methods, econometric analysis, managerial economics, and statistical techniques of business and economics. I also served at Punjab Economic Research Institute, Planning and Development Department, Government of Punjab as Assistant Research Fellow. I worked on impact evaluations of provincial government projects and widely participated in the planning process and formulation of the growth strategy of Punjab province. I have published 12 research articles in peer-reviewed and HEC-Pakistan "Y" category research journals. I have obtained my master’s degree in economics from Applied Economics Research Center, University of Karachi, Pakistan, and Master of Philosophy in Economics from Preston University Islamabad Campus.
Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Layyah Campus
Kutchehry Road, Tehsil & District Layyah. Pakistan
2017-to date Ph. D. Scholar (Economics)
School of Economics, Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Pakistan
2015 Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.) in Economics
Preston University Islamabad, Pakistan
2012 Master’s in Applied Sciences (MAS) in Economics
Applied Economics Research Center (AERC), University of Karachi, Pakistan
2009 Master of Commerce
Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Pakistan
September 2011 to date Lecturer Economics (Visiting)
Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Layyah Campus, Pakistan
2016 Assistant Research Fellow
Punjab Economic Research Institute (PERI), Planning and Developing (P&D)
Department, Government of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
2013-2019 (Except 7 months) Lecturer Economics
ICBA College, Layyah
i. Asghar, M., Chaudhry, I. S., and Ali, S. (2020). Choices of Deficit Financing, Saving-Investment Gap and Inflation Nexus: Evidence from Pakistan. Journal of Quantitative Methods (Under Review).
ii. Asghar, M., Ali, S., and Chaudhry, I. S. (2020). Sectoral Output and Income Inequality Nexus in G7 Countries: A Panel ARDL Approach. The South Asian Journal of Management Sciences (Under Review)
iii. Asghar, M., Ali, S., and Tayyab, S. B. (2019). Analyzing the Correlates of Fiscal Deficit in Pakistan. Journal of Managerial Sciences (Under Review).
iv. Asghar, M., Abbas, R., and Ali, S. (2019). Do Saving-Investment and Foreign Exchange Gap Finance Fiscal Deficit in Pakistan? The Pakistan Journal of Social Science (Under Review).
i. Abbas, R., Asghar, M., & Saeed, R. (2019). Impact Assessment of Devolution Paradigm in Primary Education Sector: Policy Initiatives and Budgetary Allocations in Punjab Province. Review of Education, Administration & LAW, 2(2), 113-124.
ii. Asghar, M., Abbas, R., Yousaf, M. U., Ali. S., & Ayyaz, M., (2015). Estimation Impact of Socio-economic Factors on Anxiety in Graduate & Post Graduate Students. International Journal of Advances in Psychology Research; 3(01): 05-09.
iii. Asghar, M., Ullah, S., & Ali. M. A., Akhtar, S., & Ali. S., (2014). Determinants of Employee’s Motivation and Commitment in Financial Sector of Pakistan. Applied Sciences and Business Economics 1(4), 47-52.
iv. Asghar, M., Yousaf, M. U., & Ali. S., (2014). Impact of Trade Liberalization on Employment: Review of SAARC Countries. Applied Sciences and Business Economics, 1(1), pp 49-55.
v. Asghar, M., Ayyaz, M., & Abbas, R. (2013), Losing the landline market: A critical Analysis of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL). International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 3(9), 741-752.
vi. Asghar, M., & Ayyaz, M. (2012), Causal Relationship between Export and Economic Growth-A Case Study of Pakistan. Pakistan Business Review, 14(2), 233-258.
vii. Ali, S., Waqas, H., & Asghar, M. (2015). Bearing the Brunt: The Effects of Terrorism on Foreign Direct Investment in Pakistan. Journal of Applied Environmental and Biological Sciences, 5(5), 312-320.
viii. Ali, S., Asghar, M., Ayaz, M., & Yousuf, M. U. (2015). The Economic Impact of Microfinance: A Comparative Analysis of Small Enterprises. Journal of Applied Environmental and Biological Sciences, 5(5), 280-287.
ix. Ali, S., Asghar, M., Anjum, S., Abbas, R., & Ayyaz, M., (2014). Manufacturing Sector Employment and Multidimensional Poverty in Pakistan: A Case Study of Punjab Province. Global Journal of Human and Social Science: (E) Economics, XIV (II), Version 1. 25-31.
x. Ali, S., Waqas, H., Asghar, M., & Qaisar M. M., (2014). Analysis of Financial Development and Economic Growth in Pakistan. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, 4(5), 122-130.
xi. Ali, S., Waqas, H., Asghar, M., Abbas, R., & Ayyaz, M., Khan M., (2014). Foreign Capital and Investment in Pakistan: A Cointegration and Causality Analysis. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research 4(4), 217-226.
xii. Ayyaz, M., Yousuf, M. U., & Asghar, M. (2013). Exports Performance under the Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Pakistan: An ARDL Approach. International Journal of Economic Practices and Theories, 3(3), 192-202.
i. Income inequality and Sectoral Growth in G7 Countries: A Panel ARDL Approach? Presented at 3rd International Research Conference on Economics, Business and Social Sciences School of Economics, Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan Pakistan, December 12-13, 2018 (Accepted for publication in Sponsored Journal).
ii. Do Savings-investment Gap Finance Fiscal Deficit in Pakistan? Presented at 1st International Research Conference on Economics, Business and Social Sciences School of Economics, Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan Pakistan April 12-13, 2016.
Policy Briefs PERI
Manufacturing and investment in the Punjab province: a way forward to enhance employment opportunities.
Analyzing devolution paradigm: an assessment of primary education indicators in the Punjab.
Projects at PERI
Impact evaluation of primary education in the Punjab: a comparative analysis before and after the devolution.
Professional Skills & Curricula’s
Applied Econometrics, statistical methods and its computer application
Data analysis with the help of Eviews 10.0, SPSS and Microfit
Demonstrated expertise in decision making and policy formulation
Excellent IT skills related to data manipulation and interpretation
Workshop on Pedagogical skills for Teachers conducted by PEF (TICCS)
Certificate of Continuous Teacher’s Development Program (CTDP)
Progressive communication and excellent teaching skills
Will furnished on demand.
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