Dr. M. Nasir Malik

Dr. M. Nasir Malik

Associate Professor

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Dr. Muhammad Nasir Malik is the Head of Finance and Business Economics division. He has held active membership and prestigious CFA Charterholder status in 2009 and 2017. To further his academic and research interests, he pursued Doctoral degree in Finance. His career spans over 14 years during which he has worked
on various finance positions in multinational organizations. He has also served as full-time faculty member in University of the Punjab and COMSATS Institute of Information Technology. He has participated in various national and international conferences and has published his research work in some prominent journals.

DoctorPhilosophy in Management Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST), China2014
Chartered Financial Analyst CFA Institute, USA ~Current Membership Status-Inactive2009
Master Business & Information Technology University of the Punjab, Pakistan 2004
Assistant Professor/Head of Finance & Business Economics Division University of Central Punjab, Pakistan 2014–Present
Lecturer COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan2009–2011
Assistant Manager/Head of Treasury and Payroll Berger Paints Pakistan Limited, Pakistan 2008–2009
Lecturer/Program Coordinator University of the Punjab (IBIT), Pakistan 2005–2008
Officer – Corporate Credit ORIX Leasing Pakistan Limited, Pakistan2004–2005
1Rebate mechanism for the manufacturer in two-level supply chains. Asia Pacific Management Review. Advance online publication
2Sectoral Integration and Domestic Portfolio Diversification in the Karachi Stock Exchange. Lahore Journal of Business 5(2), 23-44
3Dynamics of electricity consumption, oil price, and economic growth: Global perspective. Energy Policy 108, 256-270.
4Contracting mechanism with imperfect information in a two-level supply chain. Operational Research. Advance online publication.
5Linkages between defense spending and income inequality in Iran. Quality & Quantity 50(3), 1317–1332.
6An analysis of a causal relationship between economic growth and terrorism in Pakistan. Economic Modelling 35(5), 21–29.
7Does financial instability weaken the finance-growth nexus? A case for Pakistan. Actual Problems of Economics 7(121), 389–401.
8Presented papers at various international business research conferences.

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