Muhammad Nadeem Javaid

Muhammad Nadeem Javaid
Karachi School for Business and Leadership | KSBL · Department of Business Administration

Ph.D in Economics

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Introduction
Dr Javaid holds a PhD in Economics and MS in Innovation and Industrial Dynamics from the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France. He has over 20 years of experience comprising policymaking, central banking, teaching, research and consulting. Dr. Javaid has the privilege to serve as the Chief Economist of Government of Pakistan from 2014 to 2018.
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November 2018 - November 2021
Karachi School for Business and Leadership
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  • Professor

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Publications (9)
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The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is considered as principal strategic component of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Both countries have signed deals to the tune of $46 billion in 2015. Now these investments and loans call for repatriation of profits and interests which are causing a burden on Pakistan’s, already fragile, Balance o...
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This study estimates the total factor productivity (TFP) for Pakistan at aggregate and sectoral level from 1982 to 2016 with a data set rebased at 2005-06. We employ actual returns to scale instead of the oversimplified assumption of constant returns to scale for measuring the TFP. Our results show that average economic growth during this period is...
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The purpose of present study is to empirically analyze the impact of climate change on three major agricultural crops of Punjab, Pakistan. A variant of Cobb-Douglas production function is applied on the panel of districts of Punjab covering period from 1982 to 2014. It is observed that temperature; rainfall and Humidity have different effects on ag...
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This study constructs an indicator of institutional quality for eleven Asian countries using exploratory factor analysis and subsequently identifies its possible determinants. We employed the data from ICRG, WDI and DPI for the period from 1984 to 2010. Our panel data regression analysis reveals an increase in the efficiency of the tax system, inco...
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Abstract The fundamental question underlying this paper is whether countries differentiate during economic development. In particular, the paper explores the role of export variety in catching up processes. Two types of frontier are defined here: an economic frontier, based on GDP per capita, and an export variety frontier based on the country with...
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This paper explores the role of the financial system in technological catching-up in the expectation that financing mechanisms affect the production and the exports of new or "new to the market” commodities.We have developed indices of related export variety (REV) and of unrelated export variety (UEV) by using the informational entropy function for...
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This paper explores the role of the financial system in technological catching-up in the expectation that financing mechanisms affect the production and the exports of new or “new to the market” commodities. We have developed indices of related export variety (REV) and of unrelated export variety (UEV) by using the informational entropy function fo...
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This paper explores the role of the financial system in technological catching-up in the expectation that financing mechanisms affect the production and the exports of new or “new to the market” commodities. We have developed indices of related export variety (REV) and of unrelated export variety (UEV) by using the informational entropy function fo...
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Presented at the GLOBELICS 6th International Conference 2008 22-24 September, Mexico City, Mexico.