Faculty Profile

Dr. Bushra Naqvi

Assistant Professor

Suleman Dawood School Of Business

Dr. Bushra Naqvi is the Assistant Professor at Suleman Dawood School of Business, Lahore University of Management Sciences where she teaches in the area of Money, Banking and Finance.  

Dr. Bushra Naqvi has worked as research associate and teaching assistant at the laboratory of CES Axe Finance, University of Paris 1– Panthéon Sorbonne from 2007 to 2011. During her stay at La Sorbonne, she worked under the supervision of Prof. Christian Bordes (Member ECB Shadow Council); and her PhD dissertation surrounds the policy choices of Asian central banks and assesses the impact of those policies on the behavior of financial markets.  At La Sorbonne, She has also been affiliated with many renowned Economists and Financial Analysts including Prof. Christian de Boissieu (Chief Economic and Financial Advisor to French Prime Minister), Prof. Patrick Artus (Director Research at NATIXIS Bank and member of French Economic Think Tank) and Prof. Bertrand B. Maillet (Executive Head of Research at ABM AMRO, Paris Subsidiary).

Dr. Naqvi has presented her research work at several International peer reviewed conferences including 25th Congress of European Economic Association (Glasgow, UK), 27th International Symposium of Money Banking and Finance (Bordeaux, France), 3rd Singapore Economic Review Conference (Singapore), and 3rd Euro-African Conference in Finance and Economics (Paris, France). She has also published few articles in national and international journals including The Lahore Journal of Economics and International Journal of Business and Social Sciences.

Besides her research and academic concentrations, Dr. Naqvi also owns the charter of Financial Risk Manager (FRM) from Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP), USA; which is a globally recognized benchmark and professional designation in the area of financial risk management.

      • Cases

      • Naqvi, B. (2014). Municipal Bonds – A Source of Capital for the Government, Published. CRC Number 02-605-2014-2, Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
      • Naqvi, B. (2014). The Case of Municipal Bonds in Pakistan, Published. CRC Number 02-604-2014-2, Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
      • Naqvi, B. (2013). Pakistan's Economic and Financial Future: Must-Know for Leaders, Published. CRC Number 02-602-2013-2, Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
      • Naqvi, B., Mirza, N. & Rizvi, S. (2015). Fatima Fertilizer: A potential security for Tundra Pakistanfond. 4th Asian Management Research and Case Conference (AMRC), Malaysia, January10-12, 2015, ., Malaysia.
      • Naqvi, B. & Rizvi, S. (2011). Policy Responses to Global Financial Crisis: Inflation Targeters and Non-Targeters of Asia. 51st Congr¿s de la Soci¿t¿ Canadienne de Science Economique (SCSE),, Qu¿bec, Canada.
      • Rizvi, S. & Naqvi, B. (2010). "Time Varying Equity Market Beta as an Index of Financial Openness.. 25th Meeting of the European Economic Association (EEA, Glascow, United Kingdom.
      • Naqvi, B. (2010). Inflation Targeting Framework: Is the story different for Asian Economies?. Society for the Study of Emerging Markets' EuroConference, Milas, Turkey.
      • Naqvi, B. (2010). Inflation Targeting Framework: Is the story different for Asian Economies. 27th Symposium on Money, Banking and Finance, Bordeaux, France.
      • Naqvi, B. (2010). Inflation Volatility: An Asian Perspective.. 3rd Euro-African Conference in Finance and Economics, paris, France.
      • Rizvi, S. & Naqvi, B. (2010). Inflation Volatility: An Asian Perspective. 3rd PhD Conference in Economics, Athens, Greece.
      • Rizvi, S. & Naqvi, B. (2010). "Inflation Volatility: An Asian Perspective".. 14th Conference Theories and Methods in Macroeconomics, Le mans, France.
      • Rizvi, S. & Naqvi, B. (2010). Inflation Volatility: An Asian Perspective. The Fourth International Malaysia-Thailand Conference on Southeast Asia Studies, Selangor, Malaysia.
      • Rizvi, S. & Naqvi, B. (2009). "Asymmetric Behavior of Inflation Uncertainty and Friedman-Ball Hypothesis: Evidence from Pakistan. 26th International Symposium of Money Banking & Finance, Orleans, France.
      • Naqvi, B. (2016). Comparative Risk Adjusted Performance of Islamic Socially Responsible and Conventional Funds: Evidence from United Kingdom.
      • Naqvi, B. (2016). Fear of Floating in Asia and the Credibility of True Floaters?.
      • Naqvi, B. (2016). Portfolio Optimization with Higher Moments of Risk at Pakistan Stock Exchange.
      • Naqvi, B. (2016). Religion Based Investing and Illusion of Islamic Alpha and Beta.
      • Naqvi, B. (2016). What Drives Global Financial Reintermediation by Islamic Banks?.
      • Rizvi, S. & Naqvi, B. (2014). European Financial Markets: Sectoral and Country level Analysis of CDSs, Bonds and Stocks.
      • Naqvi, B. (2014). Does IT make them Immune to "Fear of Floating"? The Case of Asian Inflation Targeters.
      • Rizvi, S. & Naqvi, B. (2014). Reassessment of Exchange Rate Flexibility and Fear of Floating in Asia: How Much Credible Are the Benchmark Floaters.
      • Naqvi, B. (2014). Does Exchange Rate Pass-Through Even Exist in Asia or Inflation Targeting Framework is Irrelevant in its Determination?.
  • 2007: Stood at second position in MBIT, University of the Punajb
  • 2002: Bronze Medalist in Intermediate Examination, Lahore Board
  • 2009: French National Research Grant (Allocation de Recherche), University of Paris 1
  • 2007: , Higher Education Commission