Sher Ali

Sher Ali
Islamia College Peshawar · Economics

PhD (Economics)

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Introduction
I am currently working as an Associate Professor Chairman (HoD) in the Department of Economics Islamia College Peshawer (Public sector University). I Like to work in the areas of international economics, development, environment, health economics and HRD. I have published many research papers in different journals both national and international.

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Publications (49)
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Safe drinking water is a very serious issue in Pakistan, including Swat district. Recently, the effects of unsafe drinking water on the health cost of the local community of district Swat has got their importance. The main objective of the study is to estimate the households’ health costs of waterborne diseases. The secondary objective of the...
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Natural resource abundance has long been one of the most resilient elements of output, having a contrary relationship with economic growth known as the resource curse. From the exploitation of natural resources through their eventual usage, developed counties have been facing a number of environmental concerns at various phases. Hence, limiting ris...
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In many developed countries around the world, the connection between immigration and crime has been a subject of discussion. The indigenous populations of the most advanced nations usually held the opinion that immigration fuels delinquency. Therefore, this paper provides an empirical connection between immigration and crime in the period 1988-2018...
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This study examines the impact of trade, environmental degradation and governance on renewable energy consumption in five selected ASEAN countries. Panel data from 1980 to 2018 and panel data techniques, i.e. Levin, Lin and Chu (LLC) and Im Pesaran (IPS), are employed to test stationarity in data. Stationarity tests reported that all the variables...
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This study focused on the Spatio-temporal monitoring of land use land cover, built-up area, its trend, and its prediction in the valley of Peshawar, Pakistan. The collected data from 1990 to 2020 were spatiotemporally analyzed in GIS to get the required objective. Parallel to this, Terr-Set has been used for change analysis, whereas Cellular Automa...
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Investment in the new energy industry (IEI) and industrial pollution prevention (IPP) is an emerging strategy for carbon neutrality. However, little attention has been paid to exploring its direct linkage with environmental degradation. Therefore, the present study is an effort to contribute to a thin body of literature by recruiting IPP and IEI in...
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Natural resources and their impact on various economic and non-economic indicators have been a topic of interest for the last few decades. However, natural resources volatility has been relatively less explored by researchers. Following the recent trend, this study measures natural resource volatility from a global perspective. This study used the...
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This study aimed to measure the living standard of the households in district Khyber. To carry out this study correlation between the Per Capita Income (PCI) and Per capita Consumption (PCC) of households was used to assess the living standard of the community. Primary data were collected through the interview from 250 respondents. For the determin...
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Objective: The provision of healthcare facilities remains high on the manifesto of various political parties in Pakistan and healthcare spending has witnessed a significant surge in the last two decades that is expected to positively influence health outcomes in the country. Therefore, this research aims to explore the effects of healthcare expe...
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Objective: The provision of healthcare facilities remains high on the manifesto of various political parties in Pakistan and healthcare spending has witnessed a significant surge in the last two decades that is expected to positively influence health outcomes in the country. Therefore, this research aims to explore the effects of healthcare expend...
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Purpose: The target of the present research study is to examine the Non-Ricardian regime and determination of inflation in an open economy taking the case of Pakistan. Design/Methodology/Approach: This research is carried out for the economy of Pakistan for the period of 1976–2019. To deal with the time series data we need to test the Stationarity...
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This study attempted to examine the impact of Fiscal Decentralization (FD) in aggregate (composite FD) and disaggregate form (individual FD) on Poverty in Pakistan for the period of 1973-2019. Poverty alleviation strategy requires more participation, more access to services and efficient delivery of public goods by local governments to the mass in...
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Economic growth is a process that is not possible without a lot of energy consumption. Energy is considered as the life blood of an economy however, the energy consumption is also an important factor responsible for degrading the natural environment of the world. The present empirical work is an effort to empirically analyze the association of ener...
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Private investment plays an important role in the process of economic growth and also impact natural environment of a country. The main purpose of the present study is to empirically analyze the impact of private investment and other macro economic variables on environmental degradation of Pakistan. For the purpose, time series data is collected fo...
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The current study examined the determinants of electricity consumption and also intends to forecast the electricity consumption in Pakistan. The study has used time series data analysis, applied Johansen Cointegration Test, error correction mechanisms and regression for examining determinants and autoregressive integrated moving average model is us...
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This analyzed the impact of remittances on growth in developing countries i.e. South Asian countries during 1981-2018. They are considered the major remittances recipients countries. The nature of the data is panel; therefore, Panel unit root tests and panel ARDL technique are employed. Unit root tests reported mixed order of stationarity. ARDL res...
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This research examines the intensity, magnitude and direction of trade bilaterally between (the CARs) in1995-2017. The analysis uses indices of export-import intensity and trade complementarity. The results of study show that Pakistan is a valuable trading partner to the region and on average experience greater export intensity rather than import i...
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This paper is devoted to explore the relationship between trade, growth and poverty for South Asian Region. Panel data for seven south Asian countries is incorporated for the period of 1960-2014. This time period is further divided into pre and post 1980 periods. Result shows that trade openness raise growth and lowers poverty of the South Asian re...
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This study is devoted to elucidating the impact of poverty and population increase on air pollution (CO2-emission) in the two most populous countries of South Asia i.e. Pakistan and India. Annual time series data for the period of 1990-2018 are used to examine the said impact. To estimate the desired impact Autoregressive Distributed Lags (ARDL) te...
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The objective of the study is to examine the key determinants of Terrorism and its Impact on Economic Growth in case of South Asian Region. Panel data is used for the period of 1985-2018 for selected south Asian countries. Terrorism affected adversely most of the world's regions since the start of the 1980s. The main issues which are faced by these...
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Pakistan liberalized its trade in different regimes and the recent trade reforms is CPEC project which is expected to reduce wages inequality of skilled and unskilled labor. This study forecasts wages inequality as a result of trade openness in Pakistan by using artificial neural network approach for the period 1991–2017. The empirical outcomes rev...
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This study is conducted to estimate the effect of both tariff and non-tariff barriers on global crude cottonseed oil, refined cottonseed, and cottonseed oil. This effect is estimated for a sample of developed and developing countries using data over the period 2005 to 2015. The study employed three maximum residue limits (MRL) indices, namely Li an...
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The fundamental objective of this study is to estimate for basic trade elasticity and assess the impact of trade liberalization on Pakistan's import demand in bilateral case for a sample of selected countries. In sample, countries are selected from both the developed and developing world on account of their greater share in Pakistan's total imports...
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China has remained top among the carbon dioxide (CO2) emitting countries in the world, while it has a significant contribution to world trade after World Trade Organization (WTO) reforms in China. The dramatic increase in CO2 emissions has been witnessed. This study examines the linkages between trade openness, CO2 emissions, and healthcare expendi...
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This study was conducted to Investigate the Women's Contribution in the Socio-Economic Development of a country in the form of their shares in family's total income.
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This study aimed to find out the consumer satisfaction from private transport services in Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. For this purpose primary data was collected through structured questioner. Questioners were distributed to 450 targeted samples in the study area. Four hundred and twenty-nine questioners were successful filled from resp...
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Globalization has resulted in a significant increase in the FDI inflows. The impact of corruption on FDI inflow has been extensively studied in previous research. However, this topic has received scarce attention in Asians economies countries. Asian Economies is different from other Europe, Africa, North America and South America as rapid growth ha...
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Most of the developing countries facing the problem of capital shortage, one of the important reasons for it is low productivity or growth. These nations are intense need of capital inflow to reduce the mismatch in capital flow. FDI is one of the sources to over it or reduces it. Pakistan is one of the developing countries having a lack of capital....
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Abstract Environmental damage is one of the serious problems faced by the people of the contemporary world, more likely in developing countries. Pakistan is one of the developing countries which also suffering from the problem of environmental degradation. Literature reported different perception about the existence of environmental degradation and...
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This paper highlights the importance of energy in the determination of growth for economy of Pakistan. This study has been taken for the period of 1972-2015. Along with energy consumption some other important variables are also put into investigation. The Johansson co-integration estimation technique has been used to estimate the required impact. T...
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The present study is about to elucidate the relationship between globalization and inflation in the South Asian Region. This study is carried out for period of 1081-2016 for four south Asian countries. Panel data techniques were put into investigation. Panel unit root tests reported that the variables are of I(0) and I(1). Hausman test revealed tha...
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Growing population in the present globalized world is a challenge for the developing to engage the increasing labour force in productive environment. The creation of new employment opportunities is not easy to handle with existing resources (lack of capital both physical and financial) and became a more intense challenge for policy maker. Fairley f...
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The prime objective of this study is to investigate the impact of work-family conflict on the working performance of females in the health sector district Peshawar. The Pashtun culture creates many problems for working women because in Pashtun's tradition the work of women outside the home is not considered good. Therefore, working women face many...
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Banks are financial institutions playing a key role in the smooth operation of the financial sector in any economy. Depositors' fidelity is a factor vital for the survival of the banking sector because through it banks not only retain the existing depositors but attract new ones. It is also considered a significant aspect in the formation and prese...
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Fiscal Decentralization is the devolution of fiscal assignments to lower governments for high growth and better delivery of public services. The current study covering the period from 1972 to 2009 is an attempt to find out the impacts of fiscal decentralization on public services deliveries in Pakistan. Public services are proxy by Gross enrollment...
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This research paper empirically investigated the impact of Globalization on real exchange rate (PKR/$) in Pakistan, using annual time series data for the period of 1980 to 2010. Two measures are used for economic globalization: trade openness and financial integration. This study reveals a significant positive impact of globalization on real exchan...
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T his r es e ar ch w or k i s com mi t t e d t o inv e st i gat e e mpi r ic al l y t he im pa ct G lo ba liz at ion on ins t ab il it y in Pa ki st a n. T he t e rm in st a bi li t y i s me a su re d b y w el l-k now n co nc ept M is e r y-ind ex (M I). M I is r ep r es ent ed b y t h e c omb ina t ion of t w o maj or ma c roe co nom i c pr ob le...
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This study empirically tests the impact of Population growth on Economic Development of Pakistan for period of 1975-2008. Demographic transition helps in creating policy Environment that takes maximum advantages of demographic potential of the country. ARDL technique was incorporated to investigate the population and economic development relationsh...

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Dear Professor/Researchers!
I hope all of you are doing well. I need an offer letter for my Post Doc Scholarships announced by HEC of Pakistan. If i get offer letter from a professor/associate professor working in the top 200 universities list (top 200 universities according to QS ranking).
If anybody help me in this regard. I will be thankful to him/her.
Profound Regards
Sher Ali (PhD Economics)
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Islamia College Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
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Dear Professor/Researchers!
I hope all of you are doing well. I need an offer letter for my Post Doc Scholarships announced by HEC of Pakistan. If i get offer letter from a professor/associate professor working in the top 200 universities list (top 200 universities according to QS ranking).
If anybody help me in this regard. I will be thankful to him/her.
Profound Regards

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