Saba Bukhari

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  •   Department of Economics
  •   0092-51-9265100/ Ext. 2151
  •   sbokhari@numl.edu.pk

Saba Bukhari

Lecturer

1. MPhil (2017) from Federal Urdu University of Art, Science and Technology, Islamabad

Topic: The Role of Governance quality in the effectiveness of capital inflows in Pakistan

 

1. Lecturer 2010 - Present, NUML Islamabad

2. Teaching and Science Coordinator, Army Public School and College, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

3. Event Organizer and Report Writing Officer, Global Peace Pioneers, Islamabad, Pakistan 2010

  1. “New climatic policy for  Pakistan to protect for nature Disasters” published in “International Journal in Management and Social Sciences”, vol. 03, No. 09, Sep, 2015
  2. “Is globalization cause of poverty in Pakistan” published in “Best: Journal of Humanities, Arts, Medicines and Sciences”, vol. 01, No. 02, Dec, 2015
  3. “Effect of terrorism on Political conditions of Pakistan” published in “Impact Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature”,  Dec, 2015
  4. “The contribution of human and physical infrastructure to inclusive growth: evidence from Pakistan”
  5. ‘The contribution of capital inflows with the role of governance quality in economic growth of Pakistan’ presented in 3rd multi-disciplinary research conference conducted by university of WAH on 29-30 November 2017.
  6. Evaluating Social Protection's Effectiveness against Poverty in Pakistan- As a Reduction Criterion. Presented in national conference on Emerging Macroeconomic Issues in Pakistan: Challenges and Future Perspectives (EMIP 2017) conducted by NUML (Islamabad) on 22nd November 2017
  7. ‘The role of governance quality in the effectiveness of capital inflows in Pakistan’.  Presented in International Conference 2017 on: Towards Inclusive Governance and Efficient Institutions for Sustainable Development (TIGEISD) arranged by AERC, University of Karachi, Oct, 2017
  8.  ‘The Contribution of Human and Physical Infrastructure to Inclusive Growth: Evidence from Pakistan" in conference arranged by University of Sargodha (2017).

Statistics

International Economics

Microeconomics

Education

1. MPhil (2017) from Federal Urdu University of Art, Science and Technology, Islamabad

Topic: The Role of Governance quality in the effectiveness of capital inflows in Pakistan

 

Experience

1. Lecturer 2010 - Present, NUML Islamabad

2. Teaching and Science Coordinator, Army Public School and College, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

3. Event Organizer and Report Writing Officer, Global Peace Pioneers, Islamabad, Pakistan 2010

Publications

  1. “New climatic policy for  Pakistan to protect for nature Disasters” published in “International Journal in Management and Social Sciences”, vol. 03, No. 09, Sep, 2015
  2. “Is globalization cause of poverty in Pakistan” published in “Best: Journal of Humanities, Arts, Medicines and Sciences”, vol. 01, No. 02, Dec, 2015
  3. “Effect of terrorism on Political conditions of Pakistan” published in “Impact Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature”,  Dec, 2015
  4. “The contribution of human and physical infrastructure to inclusive growth: evidence from Pakistan”
  5. ‘The contribution of capital inflows with the role of governance quality in economic growth of Pakistan’ presented in 3rd multi-disciplinary research conference conducted by university of WAH on 29-30 November 2017.
  6. Evaluating Social Protection's Effectiveness against Poverty in Pakistan- As a Reduction Criterion. Presented in national conference on Emerging Macroeconomic Issues in Pakistan: Challenges and Future Perspectives (EMIP 2017) conducted by NUML (Islamabad) on 22nd November 2017
  7. ‘The role of governance quality in the effectiveness of capital inflows in Pakistan’.  Presented in International Conference 2017 on: Towards Inclusive Governance and Efficient Institutions for Sustainable Development (TIGEISD) arranged by AERC, University of Karachi, Oct, 2017
  8.  ‘The Contribution of Human and Physical Infrastructure to Inclusive Growth: Evidence from Pakistan" in conference arranged by University of Sargodha (2017).

Interests

Statistics

International Economics

Microeconomics