Dr Ghulam Shabbir joined Economics Department as Assistant Professor in 2008 and promoted to the post of Associate Professor in 2017. He earned his PhD in Economics from NCBA&E, and MPhil degree from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. He has about 25 years of teaching and research experience and published fifteen research articles in HEC-recognized journals. His major areas of research interest are Institutional Economics and International Economics. He is awarded the status of approved supervisor by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. He is also working as Managing Editor of Forman Journal of Economic Studies.
Research interests: Microeconomics, International Trade Theory and Policy, International Finance
- Shabbir, G. (2017). Corruption, Democracy and Economic Growth: Does Conditionality Matter? Pakistan Economic and Social Review, Vol. 55, No. 1 (Summer 2017), pp. 99-117.
- Shabbir, G., Anwar, M, & Adil, S. (2016). Corruption, Political Stability and Economic Growth. The Pakistan Development Review, 55, No. 4 (Winter), pp. 689-702.
- Ahmad, , Ahmed, T., & Shabbir, G. (2016). Impact of Embodied Characteristics and Sensory Variables on the Price of Milk at Retail Level. Forman Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 12, pp 103-114.
- Shabbir, G., Farooq, , & Ahmed T. (2015). Sociopolitical Institutions and Corruption: Does Conditionality Matter? Forman Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 11, pp. 33-52.
- Ahmad, , Ahmed, T., & Shabbir, G. (2015). Determinants of Textile Firms’ Profitability in Pakistan. Forman Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 11, pp 87-102.
- Shabbir, G & Butt A. R. (2014). Socioeconomic Determinants of Corruption: A Cross Country Evidence and Analysis. Forman Journal of Economic Studies, 10, pp 79-104.