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Associate Professor | Program Chair
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Ph.D. (Economics), Temple University U.S.A (1989)
M.S. (Applied Economics), Applied Economics Research Centre, University of Karachi (1980).
M.A. (Economics), University of Karachi (1979).
B.A. (Economics & Political Science), University of Karachi (1976)
- PhD (Economics) degree in 1989 from Temple University, USA.
- MA (Economics) in 1979 from University of Karachi
- MS (Applied Economics) in 1980 from University of Karachi
- Undergraduate Studies (Economics and Political Science) in 1977
- Taught courses in economics and Islamic Finance at the University of Brunei Darussalam, University of Karachi and Temple University.
- Published journal articles and papers in the areas of international trade, labour and development economics
- Worked as an Economics Consultant for various development projects undertaken by public sector departments of governments of Brunei, Sri Lanka and Pakistan a number of them sponsored by international agencies
- Regional Integration in Theory and Practice: A Case Study of ASEAN, (2010) with Julia Roebke, LAMBERT Publishers, Germany.
- Small Economies and Global Economics (2008) with J. Ram Pillarisetti, Joyce S. Y. Teo, Roger Lawry (editors), Nova Publications, USA.
- “An Empirical Investigation on Trade Openness and Economic Growth in Bangladesh Economy”, With Umme Humayara Manni & Munshi Naser Ibne Afzal, Asian Social Science; Vol. 8, No. 11, 2012, pp. 154-59 (ISSN 1911-2017, E-ISSN 1911-2025); published by Canadian Center of Science and Education
- “Development and Growth through Economic Diversification: Are there Solutions for Continued Challenges Faced by Brunei Darussalam?”, with Alaa Aldin Abdul Rahim Al Athmay, Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, Vol. 4, No. 7, pp. 397-413, July 2012 (ISSN: 2220-6140).
- “A Case for Social Innovation in Promoting Profit & Loss Sharing Islamic Banking’, International Journal of Excellence in Islamic Banking & Finance, Volume 2, No. 1, 2012, pp. 13 36.
- Comments on Asad Zaman’s Paper “Crisis in Islamic Economics: Diagnosis and Prescriptions”, Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, Jeddah, Vol. 25. No.1. (2012), pp. 193-204.