|Social Policy and Public Goods|
Profile: Saad Gulzar is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. He uses field experiments and data from government programs to study the determinants of politician and bureaucratic effort toward citizen welfare. His research interests lie in the political economy of development and comparative politics, with a regional focus on South Asia. His work has been supported by grants from the International Growth Center, the Jameel Abdul Latif Poverty Action Lab's Governance Initiative, the World Bank, and the American Institute of Pakistan Studies. Saad earned his Ph.D. from New York University in 2017. He previously studied at Columbia University, the National University of Singapore, and the Lahore University of Management Sciences.
|University||Mount Holyoke College|
Profile: Surayya is a Research Assistant for the Education Program at the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan. She completed a B.A. in Economics from Mount Holyoke College in May 2016. Her research interests are focused in Development Economics, specifically health and education.
|Degree||MA in Economics|
|University||Toulouse School of Economics|
Profile: Kamran Khan Niazi is the Research Associate at CERP on the Governance (State Authority) project. He is a graduate in Economics from University of Manchester and completed his Masters in Development Economics from Toulouse School of Economics. His research interest lies in education, financial inclusion and poverty alleviation through financial inclusion. Kamran has previously worked in the capacity of a research assistant with several academics on various economic and social topics.
|Degree||BA Business and MAnagement|
|University||University of London|
Profile: Mahin Tariq is the Project Officer for Women's Mobility Project. Mahin holds a Bachelor's degree in Business and Management from University Of London International Programmes. She has previously been an intern at the Tax Project and also worked as the Data and Communications Analyst for CERP.