Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
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Muhammad Nasir Malik

Muhammad Nasir Malik

Assistant Professor, Business School of University of Central Punjab, Pakistan

Muhammad Nasir Malik is an Assistant Professor at the Business School of University of Central Punjab, Pakistan. He holds a PhD in Finance and a Master’s degree in Business & Information Technology. He earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) member status in 2009. Prior to joining academia, he has served in multinational organizations specializing in treasury management. Dr. Malik's teaching interests span corporate finance, portfolio management and alternative investments. His research interests include disaster risk finance, sustainable development, behavioral finance, inclusive growth and peace and conflict studies.

He has published several research papers in reputed journals. He is currently working on a project funded through the HI² research seed grant program of Brown University. The project aims to investigate the coordination issues in relief distribution mechanisms in flood prone areas of Pakistan. The objective is to identify gaps in planned relief activities designed by the government and actual relief services provided in flood affected areas and develop a model for efficient humanitarian logistics in post-flood scenarios.