This is Saad Gulzar.
He graduated from LUMS in 2008 with a BSc in Economics. This exceptional individual has been appointed as Assistant Professor of Political Science at Stanford University.
He graduated from New York University with a Ph.D. in 2017.
After LUMS, he studied at Columbia University and the National University of Singapore. His research focuses on the political economy of development and comparative politics, concentrating mainly on South Asia. He makes use of field experiments and data from government programmers. His aim is to study the determinants of politician and bureaucratic effort toward citizen welfare.
Dr. Gulzar has numerous high-level achievements.
He is a junior fellow at the Association for Analytical Learning about Islam and Muslim Societies. Saad is part of the research team in political economy at the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan. He is also associated with the Consortium for Development Policy Research.
His work has been published in the prestigious American Political Science Review.
Several grants from the International Growth Center, the Jameel Abdul Latif Poverty Action Lab’s Governance Initiative, the World Bank, and the American Institute of Pakistan Studies are also in strong support of all this work.
We’re amazed at all that Dr. Saad Gulzar has achieved at such an early age. We’re absolutely positive that he’s all set to go very far in life and establish a sound future for himself. Thank you for making Pakistan proud.