Ghazan Jamal

As a Fulbright Scholar, Ghazan earned a Master’s in Public Policy and a minor in Human Rights from the Huber H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs in the US. He did his BSc in Economics from the Lahore University of Management Sciences.  He previously worked for the FATA Reforms Commission as a researcher and economist. His other recent experience includes working as a consultant for the World Bank, DFID, and Pakistan based NGOs the Foundation for Integrated Development Action and the Women’s Health Intervention and Development Initiative.  As a Rosenthal Legislative Fellow, he also advised a United States Senator on trade and human rights policy. His area of interest includes policy issues and development in FATA and KP.

Content by Ghazan Jamal
  • Publication - Policy Brief

    When imports matter for exports: Firm level evidence from Pakistan

    This study by Dr. Salamat Ali, Dr Mohammad A. Razzaque, and Shafqat Ali Khan investigated the linkages between liberalisation of imports and diversification of exports by using detailed firm-level data on imports, exports, and production for Pakistan. The study used an administrative dataset of exports, imports, and domestic sales for the period 2000-2016. The import...

    8 May 2019 | Salamat Ali, Mohammad A. Razzaque, Shafqat Ali Khan Niazi, Ghazan Jamal