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Freelance Consultant [ Economist | Research Analyst | Data Analyst | Report-writer | Newbie Data Scientist ]

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Resume | CV

Check the detailed Resume [CV] of Mr. Ghulam Mohey-ud-din, here you may either see online CV or may download in PDF & MS Word version of the CV as well. Check the detailed profile for qualifications and experiences.



Mr. Ghulam Moheyuddin has published one book, two papers in reputed (HEC recognized) Journals, one paper in book and many working papers are in progress. Moreover, also drafted various official reports etc. for details click below.



Mr. G. Moheyuddin has worked on three development and two research projects with experience of feasibility study, monitoring & evaluations, write monthly report for review meetings, report writing and research/ analysis.

About Me


I am a hardworking, resourceful and ambitious economist with 9+ years of experience & understanding of economic theory and its practical implications. Have a professional experience of working as Economist, Research Analyst and of working on development project M&E &

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Testimonials (on LinkedIn Profile)

Ghulam is a thorough professional with immense analytical skills, depth of knowledge, report writing, project planning and implementation [skills].

Mr. Khalid Khan Project Director (World Bank Project)

As an Economist, he successfully completed a project, "Census & Survey of Small and Cottage Industry in Punjab". During this project, I found him the most experienced especially in monitoring, evaluation and methods of conducting research.

Mr. Sabih Zaka Project Head (Census) PSIC

Recent Posts from My Blog: Dr. Ghulam Mohey-ud-din, PhD

Index Based Crop Insurance and Big Data

 There is some interesting work going on currently in relation to risk management in the agriculture space as it relates to ‘big data.’ “Agriculture risk management is about having access to ‘big data’ since growth conditions, risk types, climate and

Copula Based Agricultural Risk Models

I have written previously about copulas, with some very elementary examples (see here and here). Below are some papers I have added to my reading list with applications in agricultural risk management. I’ll likely followup in the future with some

Data Cleaning

I previously wrote about the importance of hacking skills for economics researchers and said that it may be one of the most important econometrics lessons you never learned. In one of his regular ‘metrics Monday posts, Marc Bellemare recently wrote