Dr. Arslan Tariq Rana

Dr. Arslan Tariq Rana

Dr. Arslan Tariq Rana

Assistant Professor

arslan.rana@ucp.edu.pk
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Dr. Arslan Tariq completed his MS Economics from University of Orléans, France followed by PhD in Economics in 2015 from the same university. Before joining University of Central Punjab (UCP), he was working as Assistant Professor and head of economics cluster at FAST School of Management (FAST-NU). He also worked as Assistant Lecturer and Research Fellow at University of Orléans, France and taught economics courses at Masters and undergraduate level. He has also active in doing projects and has worked as Principal Investigator on the project HEC PERIDOT Research Program, co-funded by Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan and French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development (MAEDI) and the Ministry of Higher Education and Research (MESR). His areas of research interest are Regional/Bilateral trade agreements, international trade economic integration, international political economy and development economics.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) International Economics University of Orléans, France 2015
Master in Science (MS) Economics and Finance University of Orléans, France 2009
Master in Business and IT (MBIT) FinanceUniversity of the Punjab 2007
Bachelor of Computer Science (BS) Programming University of Lahore 2004
Assistant Professor University of Central Punjab (UCP) 2017
Assistant Professor FAST-NU 2016 - 2017
Assistant Lecturer and Research Fellow University of Orléans, France 2013 - 2015
1Do Preferential Trade Agreements contribute to the development of trade? Accounting for institutional heterogeneity. International Economics. 149, 41-56.
2Trade and interstate conflicts. Do preferential trade agreements matter? Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy, 21(4), 561-574.
3Les clauses environnementales dans les accords de libre-échange entre pays développés et pays émergents. Analyse des déterminants (= Environmental provisions in free trade agreements between the developed and emerging countries. Analysis of determinants), (with Philippe Saucier). Mondes en Developpement. 162(2), 49-66.

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