Dr. Abbas Ali Gillani

Assistant Professor Department: Economics Professional Activities: On-board Status: Available

Work Experience

  • Assistant Professor at Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (Feb-2019 to PRESENT)
  • Lecturer at Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (Aug-2013 to Feb-2019)
  • Research Analyst Research Analyst Research Division Risk and Credit Policy Group at UBL (Mar-2011 to Jul-2013)
  • Associate Professor, Visiting Faculty at Lecole for Advanced Studies (Jan-2011 to Jul-2013)
  • Credit Analyst Corporate Risk Management at HBL (Sep-2010 to Mar-2011)

Education

  • PhD (Economics), University of Southampton - 2018
  • MSc (Economics), University of Edinburgh - 2010
  • BSc (Honors Economics and Mathematics), Lahore University of Management Sciences - 2009

Research Interests

  • Economics

Courses Taught

  • PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
  • PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
  • ANALYSIS OF PAKISTANI INDUSTRIES
  • INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS FINANCE
  • INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS
  • APPLIED ECONOMETRICS
  • PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS II
  • INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
  • PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS II
  • ECONOMICS RESEARCH PROJECT
  • FINAL YEAR ECONOMICS PROJECT
  • MICROECONOMIC THEORY

Research Output

  • Dr. Abbas Ali Gillani "Impact of Conflict on Degree Choices: Evidence from Pakistan", British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2019. This paper has also been presented at the 9th EconWorld Conference, Seville, Spain, held on 23-25 January, 2019, Sep 10, 2019, Manchester, England
  • Dr. Abbas Ali Gillani "Providing Protection for Better Outcomes: The Need for Boundary Walls at Schools in Pakistan", IBA Business Review, May 31, 2019, Karachi, Pakistan
  • Dr. Abbas Ali Gillani "Impact of Conflict and Ban on Female Schooling: Evidence from Pakistan", Peace and Conflict Resolution Conference 2018, Nov 05, 2018, Bangkok, Thailand

Projects

  • Impact of Violence and Crime on Educational and Labour Market Outcomes Principal Investigator (s): Abbas Ali Gillani RFPC Funded Project