Postgraduate Teaching Fellow
Shahid Razzaque CV
Areas of Interest
- Experimental Economics
- Quantitative Economics
- Political Economy
2011-2015 PhD Economics (In Progress), University of Sydney, Australia
2002-2008 M.Phil Economics, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
1999-2001 Maters of Arts (M.A), Economics, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan.
MPhil Economics Thesis
The Ultimatum Game in Pakistan: Experimental Evidence on the Effect of Gender and Raising Stakes.
“Ultimatum Game and Gender Effect: Experimental Evidence from Pakistan” Published in Pakistan Development Review, 48:1, (Spring 2009), pp. 23-46.
Effect of Raising Stakes in Ultimatum Game: Experiments from Pakistan (Under progress).
Do people change their charity contributions in emotional situations? An Experimental Analysis (Under progres).
Seminars/Conferences & Workshops
Ten (10) days training workshop on FLASH5.0 held at PEAK Solutions Institute of Information Technology Lahore (13-03-2002 to 23-03-2002).
Ten (10) days training workshop on WINDOWS 2000 and ACCESS 2000 held at PEAK Solutions Institute of Information Technology Lahore (13-03-2002 to 23-03-2002).
Participated in National Conference on Sustainable Agriculture for Rural Development and Poverty Alleviation (19 & 20-5-2004) at National Library of Pakistan, Islamabad.
Attended one day seminar on “QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE IN THE PRESENT SCENARIO” held at Nuclear Institute of Agriculture (NIA), Tandojam (19-04-2007).
Presented a Seminar on the topic of "Comparative Analysis of Interest and Non Interest Based Microfinance Contracts. An Experimental Approach" at UNSW on 14-8-2012 in connection to Inter-University Postgraduate Research Seminar Series 2012.
In year 2005, received funding amounting Rs. 100,000 from Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan under RESEARCH GRANT PROGRAM FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES SCHEME 2055. The study entitled The Ultimatum Game in Pakistan: Experimental Evidence (Focusing on Gender Effect)
In year 2011, received funding amounting AU$3000 from the School of Economics, The University of Sydney, Australia to conduct a pilot study at International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. The study was based on laboratory experiments to make comparative analysis of interest and non-interest based microfinance contracts.