Dr. Masood Sarwar Awan is Professor and Chairman at Department of Economics, Faculty of Management & Administrative Sciences, University of Sargodha (UOS). Since His Post-Doctorate from Oxford University in 2009, he has Been Actively Involved in Research and has Published More than 50 Research Articles at National and International Well Indexed Journals. He has Vibrant Capacity to Lead the Team for Various Projects and has Supervised More than 10 Research Projects Funded by Several Organizations Including UNICEF, UNDP, USAID, HEC Etc. In Spite of That, he has Been an Approved Supervisor of Higher Education Commission (HEC) Since 2011 and Supervised More than 25 M.Phil/PhD Dissertation. Currently, he is Performing His Duties as the Editor of Journal of Economics & Management Sciences (JEMS). His Area of Research is Related to Development Economics, Labour Economics and Macroeconomics. Masood Sarwar Awan has Also Vibrant Professional and Administrative Experiences. He is the Resident Officer at UOS, Director, Office of Research, Innovations & Commercialization (ORIC). He Teaches at PhD Level Regularly and Instructs Advance Econometrics, Development Economics, Research Methodology and Labor Economics.
- Development Economics
- Labour Economics
- and Macroeconomics
- Measuring Inequality of Opportunity in Pakistan: Parametric and Non-Parametric Analysis, Pakistan Economic and Social, Vol. 54 (2016).
- Migration, Remittances and Household Welfare: Evidence from Pakistan, Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol. 20 (2015).
- The Trade Off Between Inflation and Unemployment: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan, GCU Economic Journal, (2014).
- A Semi-NonPrametric Approach to the Demand for Money in Pakistan, Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol. 16 (2011).
- Poverty and Social Inequality in Pakistan: Inclusive Growth Perspective
- Poverty and Pro-Poor Growth: Testing the Role of Safety Net Program in Pakistan
- Affiliated colleges (Performance, Value of the Affiliation Mechanism)
- Economic Impact of Rural Credit on Growth and Poverty Alleviation in Pakistan