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Dr. Naved Hamid

Dr. Naved Hamid is Professor of Economics at the Lahore School of Economics. He has a BA (Hons.) in Economics from Cambridge University, UK, and a PhD in Economics from Stanford University, USA. Prior to joining the Lahore School of Economics, he was at the Asian Development Bank (ADB) where he worked in various capacities, including ‘Acting Chief Economist for South Asia’ and Deputy Country Director and Team Leader for Pakistan. Before joining ADB he was Professor of Economics at the Lahore University of Management Sciences.

His publications include: ‘Economic Environment in Asia for Investment’, in Investing in Asia, Edited by C. P. Oman, D. H. Brooks and C. Foy, OECD Development Centre, 1997; The chapter on Industry and Trade in Foundations of Pakistan's Political Economy, edited by W. E. James and S. Roy, Sage Publications, 1992; The chapter on Pakistan (with A. Nasim and Ijaz Nabi) in The Political Economy of Agriculture Pricing Policy, (Volume 2), edited by Anne Kruger, Alberto Valdez, and Maurice Schiff, John Hopkins University Press, 1991; 'Private Finance Companies in LDCs: Lessons from an Experiment', (with 1. Nabi) in World Development, 1989. He has also published several books: Joint author (with A. Nasim and 1. Nabi) of 'Agrarian Economy of Pakistan' published by Oxford University Press, and co-editor (with P. Rana) of ‘From Centrally Planned to Market Economies: The Asian Approach’ (3 Volumes), also published by Oxford University Press.

His detailed C.V is available here .

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