UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY

Faculty Profile

Dr Muhammad Shahid Hassan

Assistant Professor

School of Business and Economics

Department of Economics

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Mr. Muhammad Shahid Hassan has done his PhD in Economics from National College of Business Administration & Economics, Lahore, Pakistan and is currently engaged in teaching courses related to the broad areas of Economics including: Micro Economics, Macro Economics, International Economics, Development Economics, Monetary Economics, Advanced Econometrics, Advanced International Economics and Mathematical Economics. Over a span of ten years of his professional career, he has earned vast exposure of classroom teaching techniques, students’ counseling and applied research. He has authored many research articles in the domain of Economics which are published in renowned international and national journals including: Economic Modeling, Social Indicators Research, Economia Politica, Review of Public Economics, Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences, Pakistan Economic and Social Review and Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics. Mr. Hassan has supervised and co-supervised Fourteen MS Level dissertations (seven each). He has also conducted a workshop on Applied Econometric Techniques.

 

RESEARCH CONTRIBUTION

Publications in Impact Factor Journals

  • Hassan, M. S., Bukhari, S., & Arshed, N. (2019). Competitiveness, Governance and Globalization: What matters for Poverty Alleviation? Environment, Development and Sustainability, 1-28.
  • Arshed, N., Anwar, A., Hassan, M. S., & Bukhari, S. (2019). Education Stock and its Implications for Income Inequality: The case of Asian Economies. Review of Development Economics, 23 (2), 1050-1066.
  • Hassan, M. S., Wajid, A., & Kalim, R. (2017). Factors Affecting Trade Deficit in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. Economia Politica , 34 (2), 283 – 304.
  • Satti, S. L., Hassan, M. S., Hayat, F., & Paramati, S. R. (2016). Economic Growth and Inflow of Remittances: Do They Combat Poverty in an Emerging Economy? Social Indicators Research, 127 (3), 1119 – 1134.
  • Hassan, M. S., Wajid, A., Mahmood, H., & Shahbaz, M. (2015). Testing Relevance of Twin Deficit for a Transition Economy like Pakistan. Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences, 46E: 91 – 106.
  • Kalim, R. & Hassan, M. S. (2014). Public Defense Spending and Poverty in Pakistan. Hacienda Publica Espanola: Review of Public Economics, 211 (4), 93 – 115.
  • Satti, S. L., Hassan, M. S., Mahmood, H., & Shahbaz, M. (2014). Coal Consumption: An Alternate Energy Resource to Fuel Economic Growth in Pakistan. Economic Modelling, 36: 282 – 287.
  • Kalim, R., & Hassan, M. S. (2013). What Lies Behind Fiscal Deficit: A Case of Pakistan. Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences, 40E: 96 – 113.

Publications in HEC Recognized Journals

  • Hassan, M. S., & Kalim, R. (2017). Stock Market and Banking Sector: Are They Complementary for Economic Growth in Low Human Developed Economy? Pakistan Economic and Social Review, 55 (1), 1 – 30.
  • Hassan, M. S., Wajid, A., Irfan, Q. M., Tahir, M. N., & Arshad, N. (2014). Some Price and Non Price Factors Affecting Imports in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, 24 (2), 159 – 177.
  • Malik, Z. F., Arshed, N., Hassan, M. S., Rasheed, B., Kazmi, S. T. R. H., & Gulzar, M. (2017). The Impact of Auditor Tenure on Audit Quality: Evidence from Pakistan. Paradigms: Research Journal of Commerce, Economics, and Social Sciences, 11 (2), 202 – 209.

Publications in Scopus Recognized Journal

  • Hassan, M. S., Tahir, M. N., Wajid, A., Mahmood, H., & Farooq, A. (2018). Natural Gas Consumption and Economic Growth in Pakistan: Production Function Approach. Global Business Review, 19 (2). 297 – 310.

Publications in Reputable Journals

  • Arshed, N., Riaz, S., Mushtaq, A., & Hassan, M. S. (2017). Concept of Scarcity in Islam: Natural vs Manmade Resources. Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, 13 (1), 108 – 120.
  • Iftekhar, U., Mamoon, D., & Hassan, M. S. (2016). Revisiting Determinants of Money Demand Function in Pakistan. Journal of Economics Bibliography , 3 (4), 559-569.
  • Hassan, M. S., Islam, F., & Ijaz, M. (2016). Inflation in Pakistan: Evidence from ARDL Bounds Testing Approach. International Journal of Management Development, 1 (3), 181 – 195.
  • Arshad, N., Hassan, M. S., & Mushtaq, A. (2016). Smoking Advertisements and Its Impact on Human Behavior. International Journal of scientific Research and Management, 4 (3), 4030-4047.
  • Sulaiman, I., Arshad, N., & Hassan, M. S. (2016). Stock Market Development, Can it Help Reducing Inflation in SAARC Countries? Journal of Accounting, Finance and Economics, 6 (1) 101 – 110.
  • Hassan, M. S., Wajid, A., & Mamoon, D. (2014). Some Non Price Factors that Fend off Unemployment in Pakistan. International Journal of Economics and Empirical Research, 2 (1), 29-35.
  • Maryam, A., & Hassan, M. S. (2013). Human Capital: Is it Beneficial for Trade Openness in Pakistan? Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research , 17 (7), 965 – 975
  • Hassan, M. U., Hassan, M. S., & Mahmood, H. (2013). An Empirical Inquisition of the Impact of Exchange Rate and Economic Growth on Export Performance of Pakistan. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research , 14 (2), 289 – 299.
  • Hassan, M. U., Mahmood, H., & Hassan, M. S. (2013). Consequences of Worker’s Remittances on Human Capital:Consequences of Worker’s Remittances on Human Capital:. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research , 14 (3), 443 – 452.
  • Hassan, M. S., & Kalim, R. (2012). Sorting out the Triangular Causality among Education, Health and Economic Growth: A Time Series Analysis of Pakistan. World Applied Science Journal , 18 (2), 196 – 2007.
  • Hassan, M. S., Ahmad, I., & Mahmood, H. (2012). Does Growth Led Inflation & Locus Critique Exit in Pakistan? A Time Series Analysis. World Applied Sciences Journal , 20 (7), 917 – 926.
  • Hassan, M. S., Wajid, A., & Ahmed, K. (2012). Urbanization as a Way to Open Economy: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan. World Applied Sciences Journal , 20 (7), 931 – 940.
  • Hassan, M. S., & Siddiqi, M. W. (2010). Trade Led Growth Hypothesis: An Empirical Investigation from Pakistan. Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business , 2 (6), 451 – 472.
  • Hassan, M. S., & Siddiqi, M. W. (2010). Trade Poverty Nexus: An Empirical Investigation from Pakistan. Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business , 2 (6), 500 – 520.

Conference Proceedings

  • Arshad, N., Hassan, M. S., & Aziz, O. (2015). Does Income Inequality Lead to Education Inequality? 13th International Conference on Statistical Sciences Peshawar, Islamic Countries Society of Statistical Sciences, 2015. 
  • Arshad, N., Hassan, M. S., & Aziz, O. (2015). Does Household Income Inequality Lead to Education Inequality? Canadian - American Conference for Academic Disciplines. Ryerson University, Toronto, 2015.
  • Kalim, R., & Hassan, M. S. (2013). Military Expenditure and Poverty in Pakistan: A Complex Phenomenon. 3rd International Conference on Business Management, University Of Management and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan. Retrieved from: http://cgr.umt.edu.pk/icobm2013/papers/Papers/IC3-Jan-2013-079.pdf
  • Hassan, M. S., & Kalim, R. (2012). The Role of Key Macroeconomic Variables on Fiscal Deficit of Pakistan: An Emprical Analysis. 2nd International Conference on Business Management. Lahore: University of Management and Technology.

 Working Paper

  • Hassan, M. S., Wajid, A., & Mamoon, D. (2013). Some Non – Price Factors that Fend Off Unemployment in Pakistan. MPRA Paper No. 49365. Retrieved From: http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/49365/1/MPRA_paper_49365.pdf

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