A hardworking, resourceful and ambitious economist with 9+ years of experience & understanding of economic theory and its practical implications. A Vast experience of undertaking analytic work and research projects, whilst working in a team environment with multiple priorities and tight deadlines. Having an active commitment to continuous improving quality standards when performing statistical analysis of industrial and economic data.
DR. Moheyuddin have done Ph.D. Economics from GC University (GCU) Lahore as well. Did M. Phil Economics from GCU and M.A. Economics (Gold Medalist) from Islamia University. His key areas of interest for Economic Research are Macroeconomics, Economic Growth, Development Economics, GDP fluctuations and poverty & income distribution.
Furthermore, Dr. Mohey-ud-din have a very keen interest in the data science (data analysis, data analytics and big data), therefore, also doing many online courses on data science, statistical learning, R Programming, Python etc. The most important, in progress, courses include the “Data Science” specialization from John Hopkins University and “Data Analysis and Statistical Inference” course from Duke University.
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