Dr. Ghulam Saghir

Dr. Ghulam Saghir

Assistant Professor

Ghulam.saghir@ucp.edu.pk
Ext: 420

Dr. Ghulam Saghir is the Assistant Professor at Business School, University of Central Punjab (UCP) where he teaches in the areas of Marketing, Economics, Money, Banking and Finance. Dr. G. Saghir received his PhD in Economics from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), Islamabad. His specializations include Monetary Economics, Econometrics, Macroeconomics, and International Economics. Over the past decade, he has taught at graduate and postgraduate levels at various public and private universities. His PhD work is on “Estimating the Optimal Monetary Policy Rule for Pakistan”. At Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), Dr. Saghir has also been affiliated with many renowned Economists including Professor Dr. Eatzaz Ahmad (Director, Department of Economics at QAU Islamabad), Dr. Nadeem Ul Haque (Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission and Chancellor of PIDE). His academic research has appeared in Pakistan Development Review. He has supervised MPhil and Master’s thesis

PH.D EconomicsPakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), Islamabad
M.A Economics University of the Punjab Lahore
B.A EconomicsUniversity of the Punjab Lahore, Stats
F.A Math, EconomicsBISE, Lahore
Matriculation ScienceBISE, Lahore
1“Risk Management & Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Pakistan” Ghulam Saghir* and Emad Tabassam Ch** The Lahore Journal of Business 9: 1 (Autumn 2020): pp. 87–103
2WELFARE ANALYSIS OF ENERGY PRICE VARIATIONS IN PAKISTAN Pakistan Economic and Social Review Volume 58, No. 1 (Summer 2020), pp. 1-34
3“Is Shareholding Pattern Affect Financial Performance? (Islamic V/S Conventional Banks in Pakistan)” volume 13, Issue 2, 2019, Page 50-57. “Paradigms”.
4“Estimating Monetary Policy Reaction Function of State Bank of Pakistan” Ghhulam Saghir, Wasim Shahid Malik, Pakistan Economics and Social Review, Volume 55, NO.1(Summer 2017), pp.119-157.
5“New Keynesian Phillips Curve for Pakistan” The Pakistan Development Review No 4, 2008.
6“Price Setting Behavior of Pakistani Firms: Evidence from Four Industrial Cities of Punjab” The Pakistan Development Review, Vol 47, No 3. Pp 247-66.

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