Faculty Profile

Mr. Daud Ahmed Dard

Adjunct Faculty

Department Of Economics

Daud Ahmed Dard is a graduate of the London School of Economics (UK) with a B.Sc. (Honors) in Economics and a graduate of the New York University (NYU) in USA from where he did his Master’s degree. At NYU, he specialized in Economics & Finance and took advanced doctoral level coursework in Finance. He has taught at NYU and LUMS and has also conducted training sessions for trainee Assistant Commissioners, District Management Group (DMG). While at NYU, he assisted in curriculum re-design as well as in strategic planning process at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business.

He has diverse work experience in the corporate / financial sectors as chief economist (at many financial institutions), head of investment research and as a corporate strategist. He has currently taken time out to focus exclusively on teaching and research. During his current stint at LUMS, he has designed and taught cutting-edge courses in Financial Crises and in the rapidly evolving field of Economics of Organizations. His ongoing research is in global financial crises.

Semester Title Code
Fall Semester 2018-19 Economics of Organizations and Management 1801
Fall Semester 2018-19 Principles of Finance 1801
Spring Semester 2017-18 Financial Crises 1702
Spring Semester 2017-18 Independent Study 1702
Spring Semester 2017-18 Advanced Corporate Finance 1702
Fall Semester 2017-18 Economics of Organizations and Management 1701
Fall Semester 2017-18 Independent Study 1701
Fall Semester 2017-18 Independent Study 1701
Fall Semester 2016-17 Economics of Organizations and Management 1601
Spring Semester 2015-16 Financial Crises 1502
  • Past Courses
    Semester Title Code
    Spring Semester 2012-13 Principles of Macroeconomics 1202
    Fall Semester 2012-13 Principles of Microeconomics 1201
    Winter Qtr 2008-09 Financial Analysis 802
    Autumn Qtr 2006-07 Intermediate Finance 601
    Winter Qtr 2005-06 Principles of Finance 502
    Autumn Qtr 2005-06 Economics of Investment & Finance 501
    Autumn Qtr 2005-06 Principles of Finance 501
    Summer Qtr 2004-05 Macroeconomics-I 404