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Department of Economics

Call for Papers - GCU Economic Journal

 

Introduction

 

The Department of Economics at GC University is providing quality education at the undergraduate, postgraduate level and professional disciplines related to Banking and Financial Economics, Entrepreneurship and SME management. It is committed to achieving academic excellence by producing quality graduates and research in the field of economics and finance.

 

The Department of Economics has a long distinguished history of widening the horizons of its students and helping them to gain knowledge required for competing internationally. The graduates of the department have achieved preeminence in various spheres of life. They are working at various national and international organizations, financial institutions, non profit sector besides serving on the boards of various banks and multinational organizations.

 

Apart from imparting quality education, we focus on character-building, grooming and personal development of our students through active participation in co curricular activities organized by various Societies. These activities include seminars, workshops, debates, quizzes and dialogues on current and emerging economic and financial issues which make life at GCU fruitful, productive enjoyable.

 

Since its establishment, the Department of Economics has been one of the leading Departments of GC University Lahore. The Department has been chaired by eminent academic luminaries like:

 

Prof. U. Kramat,

Prof. M. Rashid,

Prof. Ishfaq Ali Khan

Prof. Fiza-ur-Rehman,

Prof. Shams-ut-Tauheed,

Prof. A. S. Khalid,

Prof. Hamid Yamin Dar,

Prof. Khalid Aftab,

Prof. Shoaib Hashmi and

Prof. Muhammad Aslam

(L-R) Prof. U. Karamat, Prof. M. Rashid, Prof. Fiza-ur-Rehman & Prof. Dr. Khalid Aftab

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facilities

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The department is equipped with the latest instructional aids and technology in class lecture, seminar rooms and computer lab which provides online access to journals through GC University library for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

 

Research

 

Some of the successful research projects of the department are:

  • Fan Industry of Pakistan: Growth Dynamics of Small, Medium and Large Enterprises.

  • Development of Women Entrepreneurship.

  • An Economic analysis of Micro and Small Scale Shoemaking Units of Lahore

  • Pak-India Trade Study. A case study of Fans and Bicycles Industries

  • Development of Curriculum on Entrepreneurship and SME Management

  • Short Courses on WTO and Economy of Pakistan

Research Groups

 

The department has set up research groups in the following areas:

  1. Banking and Financial Economics

  2. Entrepreneurship and SME Management

  3. International Trade, WTO and Finance

  4. Quantitative Economics

  5. Urban Economics and Development

  6. Economic Growth, Poverty, Inequality and Social Sector Development.

  7. Macroeconomic Issues and Public Economics

Over the last four years, more than 40 papers have been published in these areas in different national and international journals.

 

Research Journal

 

The department publishes its refereed research journal “GCU Economics Journal” under the ISSN 02422815 which is subscribed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), The World Bank (WB) and other international institutions. It is also subscribed by the leading universities of UK and USA.

 

Academic Links

 

The department takes pride in its endeavours for developing higher education link programs with national and international organizations. It has completed two research links with the Strathclyde University and University of Cranfield, UK. The third research link on Development of Skills in SMEs has been completed with the launch of a report on the fan industry of Pakistan. An MOU with SMEDA has been signed in order to encourage research on entrepreneurship and SMEs in Pakistan.

 

Career Scope/ Opportunities

 

Graduates of the department are likely to start their careers in different economic sectors and professional places of Management, Accountancy, Consultancy, Insurance, Corporate Sector, Public policy institutions, etc.

 

Future Plans

 

Maintaining and ensuring quality in the academic programmes is an ongoing exercise which is constantly refined through expert opinion of the Board of Studies, foreign faculty and faculty members of the department. At present all academic programmes have research as an integral component and the department plans to strengthen its research linkages in order to encourage and promote research on economic issues of national and international significance. The department also plans to arrange a national level conference on Economics and Finance in order to highlight the contributions made by researchers across the country.

 

Academic Programmes

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The department offers the following undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

  • BSc (Hons) Business Accounting and Finance
  • BSc (Hons)
  • B. Com (Hons)
  • MS in Banking and Financial Economics
  • MS in Entrepreneurship and SME Management
  • MPhil
  • PhD

B. Com 4- Year (Hons) Degree Programme

 

Description of the Programme:

 

The courses is more balanced by realigning the course contents to modern needs to include both commerce and social sciences subjects for overall professional and character development of the student. Courses were classified into core and specialized courses in Commerce. Support courses in social sciences and humanities were introduced for producing the effective leaders in commerce to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

 

The objective of the programme is to provide the banking, financial sectors and as well as to non-financial sector with relevant human resource equipped with academic and applied knowledge. The programme will enable the participants to develop a good understanding of accounting, finance, money, banking, management and marketing and to understand the role of these factors in economic development. Moreover, they will be better able to analyze the behavior and structure of domestic and international products & financial markets and institutions in the light of current crises and challenges and may play their role in the development of manufacturing sector, trading sector, banking and non- banking financial institutions and capital markets.

 

Objectives of the Programme:

 

At the end of the programme the students will be able to:

• Evaluate different financial proposals by exhibiting strong theoretical Knowledge and quantitative techniques.

• Establish an accounting system for new concern or handle the accounts of any ongoing concern.

• Have a broader understanding of corporate, legal and business affairs.

• Understand the modern business scenario.

• Use strong managerial, interpersonal and negotiation skills.

• Conduct research independently recommend policy implication regarding current economic and financial scenarios.

• Comprehend business and economic environment.

 

 

B.Com (Hons) Eligibility Criteria for admission

 

  1. The applicant (Male/Female) applying for admission to BCom 4-years (Hons) programme must have passed his/her HSSC (Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medical, ICS, Gen. Science, ICom and DCom) with at least 50% marks or A-level/12 Grade or equivalent in three subjects in first annual examination of the year of admission or in the preceding year of the admission.

  2. There is no age limit for an applicant seeking admission to B.Com (Hons).

  3. Admission will be strictly on merit which shall be determined on the basis of overall marks test and interview.

 

MS Banking & Financial Economics

 

The programme will enable the participants to develop a good understanding of money, banking and financial economics and understand the role of these factors in economic development. Moreover, they will be able to analyze the behaviour and structure of domestic and international financial markets and institutions in the light of current crisis and challenges and thus contribute in the development of banking sector, financial institutions and capital markets.

 

Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum 16 years of education will be required with at least 2.50 CGPA or 60% marks for admission in MS Programme.

  • Only those candidates will be eligible to apply for admission to MS in Banking and Financial Economics who have completed MSc or BA/BSc (Hons) in Economics/Banking & Finance/Commerce or other relevant disciplines.

  • Only those candidates are eligible to apply for admission who have passed GAT (General) Test with at least 50% valid score.

MS Entrepreneurship and SME Management

 

The programme is aimed at entrepreneurial development and management in order to enable the would be entrepreneurs to start successful business ventures. The programme will focus on cutting edge issues of business environment and development plan, highlighting the key elements of business creation, entrepreneurship development, marketing, organizational behavior and financial planning and development.

 

Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum 16 years of education will be required with at least 2.50 CGPA or 60% marks for admission in MS Programme.

  • Only those candidates are eligible to apply for admission who have passed GAT (General) Test with at least 50% valid score.

  • All candidates will be eligible to apply for admission in MS Entrepreneurship & SME Management who have completed MSc or BA/BSc (Hons) in any discipline.

Future Plans

 

Maintaining and ensuring quality in the academic programmes is an ongoing exercise which is constantly refined through expert opinion of the Board of Studies, foreign faculty and faculty members of the department. At present all academic programmes have research as an integral component and the department plans to strengthen its research linkages in order to encourage and promote research on economic issues of national and international significance. The Department also plans to arrange a national level conference on Economics and Finance in order highlight the contributions made by researchers across the country.

 

Courses

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BSc (Hons.) Business Accounting and Finance

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Year – 1

Semester– I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BAF-1101

Principles of Accounting

3

Semester– II

BAF-1201

Financial Accounting

3

 

Year – 2

Semester– III

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BAF-2101

Cost Accounting

3

Semester– IV

BAF-2201

Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship

3

BAF-2202

Principles of Finance

3

 

Year – 3

Semester– V

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BAF-3101

Principles of Management

3

BAF-3102

Business Research Methodology

3

BAF-3103

Financial Management

3

BAF-3104

Managerial Accounting

3

BAF-3104P

Managerial Accounting

1

BAF-3105

Commercial Law

3

Semester–VI

BAF-3201

Principles of Marketing

3

BAF-3202

Business Communication and Report writing

3

BAF-3203

Corporate Law

3

BAF-3204

Income Tax Law

3

BAF-3205

Corporate Governance & Auditing

3

 

Year – 4

Semester– VII

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BAF-4101

Banking Law and Practices

3

BAF-4102

Sales Tax, Custom & Excise Duty

3

 

Elective-I

3

 

Elective-II

3

BAF-4299

Research Dissertationt/Internship

3

Semester–VIII

BAF-4201

Financial Econometrics

3

BAF-4201P

Financial Econometrics

1

BAF-4202

Advanced Financial Accounting (with special reference to IAS/IFRS)

3

 

Elective III

3

 

Elective IV

3

BAF-4299

Research Dissertation/Internship

3

 

 

Elective Courses

 

Elective I & II

BAF-4103

Analysis of Financial Statements

3

BAF-4104

Accounting for Special Ventures

3

BAF-4105

Advanced Auditing

3

BAF-4106

Investment & Portfolio Management

3

BAF-4107

Valuation of Financial Derivatives

3

BAF-4108

Insurance & Risk Management

3

Elective III & IV

BAF-4203

Accounting for Corporations & Banking Companies (with special reference to IAS/IFRS)

3

BAF-4204

International Accounting

3

BAF-4205

Accounting Information System (Accounting Software-PEACH Tree)

3

BAF-4206

Credit Analysis and Management

3

BAF-4207

Mechanics of Financial Markets and Institutions

3

BAF-4208

International Financial Management

3

BAF-4209

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Managment

3

 

Allied Courses (Business Accounting and Finance)

 

Year – 1

Semester– I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BAF-1101

Principles of Accounting

3

Semester– II

BAF-1201

Financial Accounting

3

 

Year – 2

Semester– III

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BAF-2101

Cost Accounting

3

Semester– IV

BAF-2201

Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship

3

 

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BSc (Hons.) Economics

 

For the Academic Session starting from 2017, The Department of Economics has introduced a new scheme of study to create more flexibility in the current structure of the program. According to this, courses are divided in to two broad categories i.e. Core/Required courses and Elective courses. Core/Required courses are displayed semester wise while a wide range of Elective courses is also provided. Students must take a minimum of 15 and maximum of 18 credit hours during Semester V to Semester VIII from the list of courses offered by the Department. Moreover Students from previous sessions for whom the list of required courses is more extensive (see GCU Prospectus 2016), may also opt to substitute some of their core/required courses for Elective Courses with the permission of the In charge / Chairperson. Note: The substitution for the previous batches is restricted to courses that are offered in their 5th semester onwards but no substitution is allowed for Econ-3102, Econ-3102P, Econ-3103 and Econ-3104.

 

Year – 1

Semester– I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ECON-1102

Principles of Economics

3

Semester– II

ECON-1202

Principles of Microeconomics

3

Year – 2

Semester– III

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ECON-2102

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Semester– IV

ECON-2204

Introduction to Statistical Methods in Economics

3

ECON-2205

Introduction to Mathematical Methods in Economics

3

Year – 3

Semester– V

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ECON-3103

Intermediate Microeconomics

4

ECON-3104

Intermediate Microeconomics

4

ECON-3106

Introduction to Econometrics

3

ECON-3106P

Lab/ Practice - Introduction to Econometrics

1

  Elective

3

Semester– VI

ECON-3201

International Economics

3

ECON-3202

Development Economics

3

ECON-3203

Applied Econometrics

3

ECON-3203P

Applied Econometrics

1

ECON-3204

Leading Issues in Pakistan's Economy

3

ECON-3205

Money, Banking, and Monetary Policy

3

Year – 4

Semester– VII

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ECON-4101

Strategies for Economic Development

3

ECON-4102

Human Resource Economics

3

 

Elective-I

3

 

Elective-II

3

ECON-4299

Research Project/Internship

3

Semester– VIII

ECON-4201

Project Appraisal and Economic planning

3

ECON-4202

Public Finance and Policy Economics

3

 

Elective-III

3

 

Elective-IV

3

ECON-4299

Research Project/Internship

3

* The students while choosing their Elective course in semester V must ensure that Econ-3103, Econ-3104, Econ-3106, and Econ-3106P are not prerequisites for the elective.
Semester VI Student will study a minimum of 5 and a maximum of six electives from the offered list of electives, each of 3-credits. The number of electives offered will depend upon the availability of faculty but there will be no less than six electives offered in semester VI.
Year-4 Semester VII Students will study a minimum of 5 and a maximum of six electives from the offered list of electives, each of 3-credits. The number of electives offered will depend upon the availability of faculty but there will no less than six electives offered in semester VI.
Semester VIII Students will study a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 4 elective courses. In addition they must do a research project of 6 credit-hours or do an internship project in lieu of the research project.

 

Elective Subjects

 

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ECON-3101 Islamic Economics

3

ECON-3105 Advanced Mathematical Economics

3

ECON-3201 International Economics

3

ECON-3202 Development Economics

3

ECON-3203 Applied Econometrics

3

ECON-3203P Applied Econometrics

1

ECON-3204 Leading Issues in Pakistan's Economy

3

ECON-3205 Money, Banking and Monitory Policy

3

ECON-4101 Strategies for Economic Development

3

ECON-4102 Human Resource Economics

3

ECON-4201 Project Appraisal and Economic Planning

3

ECON-4202 Public Finance and Policy Economics

3

ECON-4103

Growth Economics

3

ECON-4104

History of Economic Thought

3

ECON-4105

Managerial Economics

3

ECON-4106

WTO, SAARC & The Global Economy

3

ECON-4107

International Political Economy

3

ECON-4108

Trade and Development

3

ECON-4203

Environmental Economics

3

ECON-4204

Agricultural Economics

3

ECON-4205

Urban Economics

3

ECON-4206

Game Theory

3

ECON-4207

Industrial Economics and Organization

3

ECON-4208

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management

3

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B. Com (Hons) Degree Programme

 

Year – I

Semester – I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BC ISL-1101

Islamic Studies

2

BC ENG-1101

Functional English

3

BC MGT-1101

Introduction to Business

3

BC ACC-1101

Principles of Accounting

3

BC ECON-1101

Micro Economics

3

BC MATH-1101

Business Mathematics

3

Semester – II

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BC PST-1201

Pakistan Studies

2

BC ENG-1201

Communication Skills

3

BC CA-1201

Computer Application in Business

3

BC ACC-1201

Financial Accounting

3

BC ECON-1201

Macro Economics

3

BC STAT-1201

Business Statistics

3

Year – II

Semester – III

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BC ACC-2101

Business Law

3

BC MGT-2201

Principles of Management

3

BC ACC-2103

Advanced  Accounting-I

3

BC FIN-2101

Introduction to Business Finance

3

BC ECON-2101

Economic issues of Pakistan

3

Semester – IV

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BC ENG-2201

Technical Writing and Presentation Skills

3

BC MGT-2202

Entrepreneurship

3

BC ACC-2201

Cost Accounting

3

BC ACC-2102

Business Taxation

3

BC ACC-2202

Advanced Accounting-II

3

BC IDC-2201

Logical and Critical Thinking

3

Year – III

Semester – V

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BC STAT-3101

Inferential Statistics

3

BC ACC-3102

Managerial Accounting

3

BC FIN-3101

Financial Management

3

BC ACC-3101

Corporate Law

3

BC MKT-3101

Principles of Marketing

3

Semester – VI

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BC RM-3201

Research Methods in Business

3

BC MGT-3202

Principles of Risk Management and Insurance

3

BC ACC-3201

Auditing

3

BC MGT-3203

Managerial Economics

3

BC MGT-3201

Human Resource Management and Organization Behvior

3

BC INT-3201

Internship

3

Year – IV

Semester – VII

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BC IT-4101

E. Commerce

3

BC FIN-4101

Investment and Portfolio Management

3

BC MGT-4101

Operations Management

3

BC FIN-4102

Financial and Regulatory Institutions

3

 

Elective – I

3

 

Elective – II

3

Semester – VIII

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BC FIN-4202

Corporate Governance

3

BC MGT-4201

Strategic Management

3

BC FIN-4201

International Business

3

 

Elective – III

3

BCOM-4299

Research Project & viva voce

3

Fields of Specialization

Accounting

BC ACC-4101

Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice

3

BC ACC-4102

Public Sector Accounting

3

BC ACC-4103

Advanced Auditing

3

BC ACC-4104

Cost Accounting Application

3

BC ACC-4105

Financial Reporting and their Disclosures

3

Finance

BC FIN-4103

Islamic Finance

3

BC FIN-4104

Corporate Finance

3

BC FIN-4105

Project Management

3

BC FIN-4106

Specialized Financial Institution

3

BC FIN-4107

International Finance

3

BC FIN-4108

Treasury and Fund Management

3

Marketing

BC MKT-4101

International Marketing

3

BC MKT-4102

Marketing Management

3

BC MKT-4103

Retail Management

3

BC MKT-4104

Advertising

3

BC MKT-4105

Marketing Research

3

BC MKT-4106

Hotel and Restaurant Management

3

Banking

BC BNK-4101

Banking Law and Practices

3

BC BNK-4102

International Banking

3

BC BNK-4103

Treasury and Fund Management

3

BC BNK-4104

Regulation of Financial Services

3

BC BNK-4105

Islamic Banking

3

 

MPhil Economics

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Year – 1

Semester– I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ECON-7101

Advanced Micro Economics

3

ECON-7102

Advanced Macro Economics

3

ECON-7103

Applied Econometrics

3

ECON-7104

Human Resource Economics

3

Semester– II

ECON-7201

Project Analysis

3

ECON-7202

Public Policy and Macroeconomic Management

3

ECON-7203

International Economics & Finance

3

ECON-7204

Poverty and Income Distribution

3

ECON-7205

Production Economics

3

ECON-7206 Panel Data Econometrics

3

ECON-7207 Applied Course Benefit Analysis

3

ECON-7208 Trade and Development

3

ECON-7209 Monitory Theory and Policy

3

ECON-7210 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

3

ECON-7211 Advance Time Series Analysis

3

ECON-7212 Advanced Development Economics

3

ECON-7213 Strategies for Poverty Alleviation in South Asia

3

ECON-7214 Industry, Growth and Development

3

ECON-7215 Advanced Institutional Economics

3

 

Year – 2

Semester– III  & IV

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ECON-7499

Thesis

12

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MS in Banking and Financial Economics

 

Year – 1

Semester– I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BFE-7101

Economic Analysis

3

BFE-7102

International Finance and Management

3

BFE-7103

Investment Portfolio Including Assets and Liabilities Management (ALM)

3

BFE-7105

Applied Financial Econometrics-I

3

BFE-7106

International Banking and Trade

3

Semester– II

BFE-7201

Monetary Economics and Policy

3

BFE-7202

Financial Sector of Pakistan

3

BFE-7203

Financial Risk and Management

3

BFE-7204

Legal and Regulatory Framework for Banks and Financial Institutions

3

BFE-7205 Risk Management in Banks

3

BFE-7206 Advance Corporate Finance

3

BFE-7207 Dynamic Assets Pricing

3

BFE-7208 Applied Financial Econometrics - II

3

BFE-7209 Financial Market and Intstitution

3

BFE-7210 Financial Economics

3

BFE-7212 Islamic Banking and Finance

3

 

Year – 2

Semester– III  & IV

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

BFE-7499

Thesis

12

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MS in Entrepreneurship and SME Management

 

 

Year – 1

Semester– I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ESME-7205

Entrepreneurial Behavior and Business

3

ESME-7109

Creation Exercise SME

3

ESME-7110

Management Leadership Seminars

2

ESME-7111

Entrepreneurial Marketing

2

Semester – II

ESME-7104

Legal Aspects of SMEs

3

ESME-7107

Business Strategy and Competitiveness

3

ESME-7206

Financial and Feasibility

2

ESME-7207

Analysis for Entrepreneurs Quality Management

2

Year – 2

Semester – III

Combination I: Entrepreneurship Track

ESME-7301

Strategic Management for Entrepreneurs

2

ESME-7302

Sector Analysis

2

Combination II: Research Track

ESME-7303

Applied Research

2

ESME-7304

Methods Statistics for Business Research

2

Semester– III  & IV

ESME-7499

 

Thesis

 

12

 

 

PhD Economics

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Year – 1

Semester– I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ECON-8101

Selected Topics in Economic Theory

3

ECON-8102

Applied Macro Economics and Monetary Theory

3

ECON-8103

Critical Issues in Development Economics

3

ECON-8104

Open Economy Macroeconomics

3

ECON-8105

International Trade - I

3

Semester– II

ECON-8201

Selected Topics in Econometric Theory

3

ECON-8202

International Economic Policy & Globalization

3

ECON-8203

Seminar in Economics

3

ECON-8204

Time Series Econometrics

3

ECON-8205

Research Methods for PhD

3

ECON-8206

Dynamic Macroeconomic Theory

3

 

Faculty

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Name

Designation

Area of Interest

Dr. Saima Sarwar,

MPhil, Ph.D (GCUL)

In-charge/Assistant Professor

Political Economic Issues, Trade Policy, Institutions and economic development, constitutions and economic policies.

Uzair Ahson,

MPhil (GCUL)

Assistant Professor

Teaching and training about Economics and related issues specially entrepreneurship and SME development, innovation, and development economics

Asif Saeed, (on study leave)

M.Phil (QAU), M.A (PU),

Assistant Professor

Corporate Governanc , Financial Sector Productivity & Growth.

Aqueel Imtiaz Wahga, (on study leave)

MS ESME (GCUL)

Assistant Professor

Entrepreneurship and SME Management

Zainab Ijaz, (On leave)

MPhil (GCUL)

Assistant Professor

International Economics and Finance

Dr. Bilal Mehmood

MPhil (GCUL), PhD

Assistant Professor

Investment Planning & Project Appraisal, Micro & Macro Economics

Jamshed-ur-Rehman, 

Ph.D (GCUL)

M.Phil. (KU, MAP)

Lecturer

Regional Trade and Financial Integration, Urban Issues, Applied Econometric and Regime Switching

Alvina Sabah Idrees,

MPhil (GCUL)

Lecturer

Public Finance and Policy Economics, Economic Growth, Inequalities

Junaid Ahmed Noor,

BSc Hons. (GCUL)

Lecturer

Environmental Economics, Health Economics, Institutional Economics

Taj Muhammad,

Ph.D Candidate at

University of Wuppertal, Germany

M.Phil (GCUL)

Lecturer

Family Economics, Experimental Economics, Health Economics Development Economics, Field Surveys

Raees Aslam

MPhil (GCUL)

Lecturer

 

Behavioral Economics, Macroeconomics for Under Developed World,   Poverty, Inequality and Economic Growth   

Imtiaz Ahmad

MPhil (GCUL)

Lecturer

 

Issues Related to Islamic Economics, Public Finance, Growth & Development

Qasim Jalil Ahmad

MA Economics (LUMS)

Lecturer

 

Microeconomics, Game Theory

Nosheen Rasool

M.S. (B&FE), M.A. (Econ.),

B.Com.(Hons.) with Finance Specialization

Lecturer

 

Issues and Concerns in Corporate Finance

Ali Raza Elahi

M.S. (B&FE),

B.Com.(Hons.)

Lecturer

 

Default Risk, Risk Management, Financial Hedging

Safyan Majid

Ph.D. Scholar Accounting & Finance (UOL)

MS ESME Management (GCUL)

B.Sc. (Hons.) (GCUL)

Lecturer

 

Investment & Portfolio Management, Management, Capital Structure, Corporate Governance, Asset Pricing & Entrepreneurship

Visiting/Adjunct Faculty

Prof. Hamid Yamin Dar,

MSc (Ontario)

Dr. Muhammad Wasif Siddiqui,

M.Phil (Glasgow, UK), PhD (PU)

Prof. Ashraf Ali

MA(PU)

Dr. Tasneem Zafar (NSPP)

 

Dr. Sajid Nazir

 

Dr. Sheikh Usman Yousaf

 

Muhammad Gulzaib Ch.

 

Adeel Ahmad Dar

M.Phil (FC College)

Sadia Anjum

M.S(B&FE)

Irfan Ul Haq

MS Business Administration

Tayyab Ali Khan

 

Rizwan Saleem

 

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  • The Department has published papers and proceedings of the conference "Financing Higher Education in Pakistan", held in November 10, 2007.

  • The Department has also published its refereed Research Journal "GCU Economic Journal" under the ISSN 0242­2815 which is subscribed by IMF, The World Bank and other research institutions. It is also sent to the leading universities in UK and USA on reciprocal basis.

 

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Dr. Saima Sarwar,

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Department of Economics

GC University, Lahore

UAN: +92 (42) 111-000-010 Ext: 277

Email: incharge.eco@gcu.edu.pk

 

 


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