Dr. Syed M Hasan is Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) in the Department of Economics (MGSHSS). His primary research and teaching field is urban/regional economics and public economics.
Dr. Hasan obtained his PhD in Economics from Ohio State University in 2014. His doctoral research focused on spatial policy instruments and firms productivity. Under the broad theme of sustainbale development, Dr. Hasan also has interest in research on resilient cities. In this context his research focuses on areas related to provision of drinking water, estimating economic cost of traffic congestion and residential carbon emissions associted with large urban centers.
Dr. Hasan has several publications in international peer-reviewed journals. In 2007 he did he Masters in Public Finance from GRIPS, Tokyo, Japan. Prior to joining the academia, Dr. Hasan worked with the civil service of Pakistan.
|GREAT ENGINES TURN on SMALL PIVOTS: A PRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS of SMALL-SCALE MANUFACTURING in PUNJAB, Pakistan||Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship||Hasan S.||2018|
|Waste Not, Want Not: A Case Study on Food Waste in Restaurants of Lahore, Pakistan||Journal of Food Products Marketing||Aamir M., Ahmad H., Javaid Q., Hasan S.M.||2018|
|Agglomeration Economies or Selection? An Analysis of Taiwanese Science Parks||International Regional Science Review||Hasan S., Faggian A., Klaiber H.A., Sheldon I.||2018|
|The impact of science parks on small- and medium-sized enterprises??? productivity distributions: the case of Taiwan and South Korea||Small Business Economics||Hasan S., Klaiber H.A., Sheldon I.||2018|
|Credit Constraints, Technology Choice and Exports: A Firm-level Study for Latin American Countries||Review of Development Economics||Hasan S., Sheldon I.||2016|