Pakistan Institute of Development Economics


Hafsa Hina

Assistant Professor / Head PIDE School of Social Sciences

About Me 

I am an enthusiastic and energetic person with ability to learn and adapt quickly to changing circumstances, accepting challenges and tackling them to the best of my abilities. My communication skills enable me to work effectively either on my own or as a part of a team.

Area of Interest:
International Finance, Time Series Econometrics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics.


Ph.D Economics CGPA 3.95/4
Dissertation Title Effects of Global Financial Crisis on Exchange
Rate Dynamics Using Various Theoretical Models:
An Econometric Investigation
Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Islamabad

M.Sc Economics and Finance CGPA 4/4
International Islamic University Islamabad

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Contribution to PIDE Research

What’s your Degree Worth? Return to Education, Employability, and Upskilling Workforce in Pakistan

April 2023

IMF Conditionalities: Fiscal Reforms

March 2023

The Information in the Yield Spread for the Recession in the Case of Pakistan

August 2022

Development Research and Policy: The Emergence of a Research Agenda through Webinars at PIDE

April 2022

LSM – Pakistan Steel Industry Outlook

November 2021

Why do We Have Less Investment than China and India? (Commentary)

September 2021

Why Do We Have Less Investment Than China and India?

August 2021

Can We Have Internet for All? (P & R Vol.2 Issue 8)

August 2021

How Digital We Are? (P & R Vol.2 Issue 8)

August 2021

What Do We Know of Trade Elasticities?

August 2021

Can We have Internet For All? (Blog)

June 2021

How digital we are? (Blog)

January 2021

The Yardstick of What School Do You Go To? An Estimation of School Socioeconomic Segregation in Urban Pakistan

January 2021

Managing Growth with Stabilization I

December 2020

Competitive Import Substitution: Can Industry be Protected in Pakistan

November 2020

Institutions, Policy, Reform and Research: A National Narrative-building Through Webinars at PIDE

October 2020

Managing Growth With Stabilization Series

July 2020

Pakistan’S Five Currency Crises

May 2020

Correction of Trade Deficit through Depreciation – A Misdirected Policy: An Empirical Evidence from Pakistan 

January 2020

Fiscal Decentralisation, Provincial Economic Growth and SpilloverEffects: A Spatial Panel Data Analysis

November 2016

Re-estimation of Keynesian Model by Considering Critical Events and Multiple Cointegrating Vectors

June 2015

Child Work and Schooling in Pakistan – To What Extent Poverty and Other Demographic and Parental Background Matter?

June 2014

Agricultural Productivity Impact of a Mini-Dam: A Case Study of Ziarat, Balochistan

December 2012

Rob Tripp. Biotechnology and Agricultural Development: Transgenic Cotton, Rural Institutions and Resource-poor Farmers. (Shorter Notices-2009-2)

May 2009