Senior Economist with 14 years of diverse experience of industry and academia

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Dr Ghulam Mohey-ud-din, PhD

  • Gold Medalist

    Islamia University Bahawlapur
  • Research Publication

    Book and Articles
  • PhD Economics

    GC University Lahore
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ECONOMIC RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS OF PAKISTANI ECONOMIST

(Dr. Ghulam Mohey-ud-din)

Publications | Books

  1. The Macroeconomic Analysis of Foreign Capital Inflows in Pakistan: A Re-examination using Vector Error-Correction Approach, Munich: GRIN Verlag GmbH (GRIN Publishers Ltd), pages: 168. ISBN: 978-3-640-88045-4 [Based on M. Phil Thesis]

Publications | Journal Articles

  1. 2018. “Health, Education and Economic Growth Nexus in Middle Income Countries”, (with Abubakar & Kiani). ‘Global Social Science Review, 3(4): 43- [HEC recognized ‘X Category’ Journal]
  2. 2018. “Infrastructure Development in Punjab, Pakistan: From Assessment to Spatiotemporal Analysis at District Level”, (with Iqra Paras and Faisal Fareed). ‘Journal of Quantitative Methods’, 2(2): 75-
  3. 2018. “Assessment of Urban Services Deprivation in Punjab, Pakistan: A District Level Spatial Comparative Analysis”. ‘Pakistan Journal of Urban Affairs’, 7(1): 3-20.
  4. 2017. “Exploring the Spatial Trends in Wealth Inequalities in Punjab, Pakistan”. ‘Pakistan Journal of Urban Affairs’, 6(1):46-57.
  5. GDP Fluctuation and Long-run Economic Growth: A Study of Selected South Asian Countries”, (with Muhammad Wasif Siddiqi). ‘Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics’, 27(1): 41-66. [HEC recognized ‘Y category’ Journal]
  1. Aid and Development (July 18, 2017). “Development Advocate Pakistan”. 4(1): 21-24. Islamabad: UNDP, Pakistan. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3005075
  1. “Determinants of GDP Fluctuation in Selected South Asian Countries”, (with Muhammad Wasif Siddiqi). Pakistan Development Review, 55(4): 483–497. [HEC recognized ‘X Category’ Journal]
  2. “GDP Fluctuation and Private Investment: A Macro Panel Analysis of Selected South Asian Countries”, (with Muhammad Wasif Siddiqi). Pakistan Journal of Commerce & Social Science 8(2): 485-501. [HEC recognized ‘Y Category’ Journal]
  3. 2007. Impact of Foreign Capital Inflows (FCI) on Economic Growth in Pakistan [1975-2004]. Journal of Independent Studies and Research (JISR), 5(1): 24-29. [HEC recognized ‘Y Category’ Journal]
  1. Social Progress in Punjab, Pakistan: Measurement, Spatial Representation and Relative Bench-marking Analysis at District level”, (with Rahema Hassan and Faisal Fareed et al). Urban Unit Analysis Paper Series, pp:50. Lahore: The Urban Unit.

Publications | Article in Book

  1. 2007. Low-Cost Housing Solutions, In IBP (Ed), Low Cost Housing Solutions, Karachi: The Institute of Bankers Pakistan (IBP), pp: 29-34. [IBP awarded “Consolation Prize” to this paper in Banking Research Paper Competition (Winter 2006)]

Conference Paper | International

  1. “Assessment of Human Capital at sub-regional level and role of public sector expenditures on its accumulation and spatial variations: A district level case study of Punjab, Pakistan” (with Smaeeh Ullah et al). A Research paper was presented in ‘ADBI-AGI Joint Workshop: Public and Private Investment in Human Capital Intergenerational Transfers in Asia’ at Kitakyushu City, Japan held on 14-15 November 2017.

Conference Paper | National

  1. “Social Development in Punjab – Pakistan: A District Level Analysis” (with Zain & Rahema). A Research paper was presented in 3rd FCCU Economics Research Conference on Sustainable Economic Development: Dynamics and Prospects, held on 2nd May 2019 at Forman Christian College (A Chartered University) Lahore, Pakistan.

WORKING PAPERS | RESEARCH WORK (IN PROGRESS)

Research Report | During Job in EAD

15. “Impact Evaluation of Trainings under Public Sector Capacity Building Project” A Research Report prepared under World Bank’s Public-Sector Capacity Building Project (PSCBP), Islamabad: Economic Affairs Division (EAD), Government of Pakistan.

Working Paper | World Bank Institute (WBI) Course

16. “Background, Assessment and Analysis of Gender Issues in Pakistan”, MPRA Paper No. 689, Online at http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/689.