|Senior Research Assistant|
|Bachelor of Science|
Profile: Shanze is appointed as the Senior Research Assistant for the Women’s Mobility Project. She graduated with an undergraduate degree in Politics and Economics from Lahore University of Management Sciences. Her interests lie in political economy of development specifically focusing on the case of underdevelopment in the rapidly changing global economy. Shanze has previously worked on Urban Transportation, Labor Markets and Access to Economic Opportunity with Dr. Kate Vyborny, Dr. Hadia Majid and Dr. Ammar Malik at Lahore University of Management Sciences.
|Property Tax Project|
|October 2014 - present|
|University of Warwick|
Profile: Mr. Shafqat is a public policy and PFM expert and teaches at LUMS and the Lahore School of Economics. He was one of the original members of the CERP team, helping to establish the Property Tax Project. He has worked with governments in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Kosovo and Nepal as a PFM consultant, helping with business process reengineering and capacity building. Adeel has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Lahore University of Management Sciences and completed his masters from the University of Warwick in Political Economy. His research interests include Public Financial Management, public sector capacity building and the politics of global finance
|Title||Assistant Field Coordinator|
|University||International Islamic University, Islamabad|
Profile: Muhammad Zubair Rafique has joined CERP as Assistant Field Coordinator. Zubair brings with himself extensive experience of managing large scale countrywide surveys, assessments and evaluations. Young and energetic he has proved himself a reliable manager who is a doer and ensures deadlines are met from planning the survey to the finalization of report. He has keen understanding of project management/execution, monitoring and evaluation, data, field management, managing field for surveys on issues like governance, health, conflict mapping, stakeholders’ analysis, women empowerment, etc. He has worked with all the leading research firms in Pakistan. He is a master’s in Economics from the International Islamic University, Islamabad.
|Title||Senior Research Associate|
|Degree||Master in Applied economics|
|University||University of Minnesota-Twin cities|
Profile: Karim is Research Associate for Education Financing and Support Services Project. He graduated with a MS in Applied Economics from University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and is also an alumnus of LUMS. Karim is a Fulbright scholar and has worked with the Aga Khan Rural Support Program. He also received a fellowship from the University of Minnesota to conduct research on the micro-finance sector in Bamenda, Cameroon. His interests lie in development economics‒focusing on education and health‒and behavioral economics.