UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY

Faculty Profile

Noman Arshed

Lecturer

School of Business and Economics

Department of Economics

 : [email protected]     : 3362     : +92 42 35212801   

BASIC

  • Full Name: Noman Arshed
  • Current Position: 
    • Lecturer Economics 
    • Associate Editor, Empirical Economic Review
  • Academic Department: Department of Economics
  • Contact Details: [email protected]

BIOGRAPHY

Noman Arshed, a graduate of the University of Edinburgh UK, has proven demonstrated analytical and quantitative reasoning skills and research experience in Microeconomics and Econometrics. His research areas include: Microeconomics (primary data analysis, questionnaire development, consumer behavior, and game theory), Macroeconomics (Exchange rate, Health Economics and Finance) and Econometrics (Advanced Cross-sectional, Time series and Panel Data models) with functional skills to operate research and statistical software packages including: SPSS, Eviews, Microfit, STATA and R Language. He has made an online library for statistical software tutorials at www.econistics.com available for everyone to learn new software and owns a blog based on discussions on econometrics. 

INTEREST AREAS

Micro Economics; Econometrics; Statistical Economics; Mathematical Economics

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Visiting Faculty in 2013-14: University of Punjab

Internship in 2009: Punjab Economic Research Institute

COURSES TAUGHT

BS Courses

  • 110: Introduction to Economics
  • 210: Microeconomics
  • 220: Macroeconomics
  • 225: Business Economics
  • 150: Intermediate Microeconomics
  • 315: Development Economics
  • 330: Econometrics I
  • 435: Research Methodology in Economics & Finance

MS Courses

  • 610: Advanced Econometrics 

MBA Courses

  • 510: Global Political Economy - Impact of National Economic Policy on Business       

Research Supervision

  • Supervising 6 BS Economics Thesis
  • Co-Supervising 5 MS Economics Thesis

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • PhD Islamic Banking and Finance, University of Management and Technology Pakistan (Expected 2018)
  • MSc Economics, University of Edinburgh UK, 2011
  • BS Economics, FCCU Pakistan, 2010

WORKSHOPS

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Can Stock Market Development put chains on Inflation? A Panel Cointegration Analysis on SAARC Countries. Journal of Business and Economics,7(4), 2016, 666-675

Islamic Banking and Economic Growth. Islamic Banking and Finance Review, 3(1), 2016, 14-28

Role of Expenditures and Economic Factors in Determining the Incidence of Crime: Cross Districts Analysis of Punjab.  Caspian Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 5(2), 2016, 32-40

Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction: A Study on Islamic Banks of Pakistan. Journal of Business Strategies, 10(1), 2016, 73-88

Economic Impact of Climate Change on Wheat and Cotton in Major Districts of Punjab. International Journal of Economics and Financial Research, 2(10), 2016, 183-191

Poverty, Urbanization and Crime: Are they related in Pakistan. International Journal of Economics and Empirical Research, 4(9), 2016, 483-492

Causal Relationship between Military Expenditure, Foreign Aid and Terrorism: An Analysis of Muslim Countries. International Journal of Economics and Research, 7(6), 2016, 1-9

Stock Market Development; Can it help reduce Inflation in SAARC Countries? Journal of Accounting Finance and Economics, 6(1), 2016, 101-110.

Smoking Advertisements and its Impact on Human Behavior. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management. 4(3), 2016, 4030-4047

Panel Monetary Model and Determination of Multilateral Exchange Rate with Major Trading Partners. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 7(4), 2016, 10551-10560

Relationship between School Education and Economic Growth SAARC Countries. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 6(1), 2016, 294-300.

Impact of Health Capital and Education on Infant Mortality Rate of Districts of Punjab. Journal of Management and Research, 1(2), 2015. pp. 21-40.

Some Price and Non-Price Factors Affecting Imports in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, 24(2), 2014, 157-177

Performance of CHEERs Based Equilibrium Exchange Rate of Pakistan. Business and Management Horizons, 1(1), 2013. pp. 7-43.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Does Income Inequality Lead to Education Inequality? 13th International Conference on Statistical Sciences Peshawar, Islamic Countries Society of Statistical Sciences, 2015.

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