Hadia Majid joined LUMS as an Assistant Professor in August 2012. A Fulbright Scholar, she holds a PhD in Development Economics from The Ohio State University, an MA in Economics from The Ohio State University, an MSc in Economics from the University of Warwick, and a BSc in Economics from Lahore University of Management Sciences.
Her research interests include aspects that relate to the economic characteristics of the household, including parental decision-making and human capital acquisition. Her previous work has looked at CCT evaluations at the intra-household level, factors that affect parental investment in child education, female bargaining power in rural Pakistan, and agricultural taxation in Pakistan. On-going research includes impact evaluation of climate change on farmer productivity, rural connectivity and its effect on health outcomes, and an evaluation of Pak-India trade potential within the health industry.