A former student of Lahore University of Management Sciences Dr Saad Gulzar has been selected as Assistant Professor of Political Science at Stanford University, as indicated by LUMS official site.
Gulzar, who moved on from LUMS in 2008 with a noteworthy in financial aspects, earned his PhD from New York University in 2017. He has additionally learned at Columbia University and the National University of Singapore.
Gulzar’s regions of interests are political economy of improvement and relative legislative issues, with a territorial concentrate on South Asia. “I investigate the determinants of government official and bureaucratic exertion toward native welfare,” he composes on his official site.
As indicated by Standford University’s site, Gulzar utilizes field trials and information from government projects to consider the determinants of legislator and bureaucratic exertion toward resident welfare.
Also, his work has been distributed in American Political Science Review.
“I am a lesser individual at the Association for Analytical Learning about Islam and Muslim Societies, an examination individual in political economy at the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan, and a subsidiary of the Consortium for Development Policy Research,” Gulzar writes in his history.