Reehana R. RazaEconomics
Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Reehana Raza is Assistant Professor of Economics at LUMS. She received her Ph.D in Economics from the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Economic Faculty, after having spent a number of years working as a development economist for a range of multi-lateral and bi-lateral agencies including consulting assignments with the World Bank, United Nations and USAID. Her teaching interests include institutional economics, development economics, and the economics of East and South Asia. Reehana?s primary research interests are rent-seeking and corruption and institutional structures and its impact on service delivery and reform. Her other research interests include the economics of higher education, particularly measuring efficiency, effectiveness and costs of educational delivery and the finance of higher education.
M.Phil, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
PhD, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
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Institutional economics, economics of education, development economics and political economy.