Ahmed Khalid

Professor Ahmed Khalid earned his Ph.D. in economics from Johns Hopkins University, USA. He then worked at the National University of Singapore (NUS) before joining Bond University in 2001. Professor Khalid has worked as a consultant for the World Bank, Limberg Institute of Financial Economic (LIFE), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), CitiGroup, Haans Seidel Foundation and the UNDP and has held visiting positions at the Washing and Lee University, USA; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; and Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan. In 2011, he was invited as an advisor to the Ministry of Planning in Pakistan.

Professor Khalid is currently Head of Department (Economics and statistics). He is also Co-Director of the Globalisation and Development Centre at Bond University, member of the U.K. based International Growth Centre (Macro Research Cluster � Pakistan Chapter)and Director of Quality Assurance Program for Sur University College in Oman. Professor Khalid�s research interests inlcude applied macroeconomics and monetary economics, applied econometrics, financial crisis and financial sector reforms with particular reference to emerging economies in East- and South-Asia and globalization and financial market integration. He is Associate Editor of Singapore Economic Review. His publications include four books published by Edward Elgar Publishing Co. U.K., internationally refereed articles and chapters in books. Honorary Adjunct Professor

Content by Ahmed Khalid
  • Project

    Report on Macroeconomic Framework for Pakistan

    This paper discusses a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model designed for monetary policy analysis in Pakistan. The purpose of the paper is to describe the structure, calibration and the solution of the model to facilitate its use for addressing a wide range of questions. We begin with a basic version of the model and then incorporate a number of extensions that are...

    3 Sep 2014 | Ehsan U. Choudhri, Ahmed Khalid, Sakib Sherani