Husnain Fateh Ahmad

Husnain Fateh Ahmad is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Lahore University of Management Sciences. His research interests  fall under the umbrella of microeconomic theory and industrial organisation. Ahmad has applied behavioural game theory to study the phenomenon of over bidding in first and second price auctions as well as modelled the effects of corruption in the form of bribery on total welfare and efficiency.

Content by Husnain Fateh Ahmad
  • Blog post

    Why are there no microgrids in Pakistan?

    Solar microgrids, with higher voltage distribution and decentralised generation, present a viable alternative to grid electricity in Pakistan. What’s more, demand exists for services beyond basic electrification. However, there are hurdles for microgrid deployment in the country. Namely, sophisticated demand, technological barriers, and legal constraints. An International...

    20 Sep 2017 | Hassan Abbas Khan, Husnain Fateh Ahmad, Nauman Ahmad Zaffar

  • Publication - Project Report

    Decentralised electric power delivery model for rural electrification in Pakistan

    28 Jul 2017 | Husnain Fateh Ahmad, Hassan Abbas Khan, Nauman Ahmad Zaffar

  • Project

    Decentralised electric power delivery model for rural electrification in Pakistan

    This project sought to model a scalable solar microgrid system that could serve the households and communities of the 55 million people in Pakistan without reliable access to electricity. Researchers found that microgrids could provide a feasible alternative to grid electrification in rural Pakistan, and could provide electricity beyond basic needs like light and...

    25 Feb 2016 | Hassan Abbas Khan, Husnain Fateh Ahmad, Nauman Ahmad Zaffar