|Project||Punjab Economic Opportunities Program|
|Duration||June 2015 -Current|
|Degree||MA. Agricultural Economics|
|University||Michigan State University|
Profile: Joshua completed his Masters degree in Agricultural Economics as a Fulbright scholar from Michigan State University(MSU). He is currently pursuing a Ph.D at MSU and specializing in development economics. Prior to this, he has worked with IFPRI DC on different topics within the realm of production and productivity analysis of farmers in Pakistan. He also has a BSc. in Economics from LUMS (2010). His interests are in food security, sustainability, and the role that politics, institutions, and processes have in morphing policy-making. Joshua joined CERP in June 2015 as a Research Associate on the Punjab Economic Opportunities Program (PEOP).