Faculty Profile

Dr. Salman Khan

Assistant Professor

Suleman Dawood School of Business

Joined LUMS in 2011 as Assistant Professor, Dr. Salman holds Ph.D. in Finance from I.A.E, Graduate School of Business, University Aix Marseille, France. His research interests primarily focus on investment and portfolio management. Presently, he is working in the area of liquidity and liquidity risk(s). His teaching interests spread over 5 years with local as well as international exposure in the area of Investment and Portfolio Management (IPM), Corporate Finance, Risk Management, Entrepreneurial Finance, Finance for Managers and Financial Econometrics using participant-centered learning methods. He has developed a dedicated trading center at SDSB with an objective to bring practical trading and portfolio management complexities in the class. 

His earlier professional experience spans over a period of 5 years’ comprising two years of experience in long-term credit and leasing department at PICIC (c/o NIB) investment bank and three years in Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) as Assistant Director. At SECP he was rigorously involved in the stock market and intermediaries’ analysis and regulation, Corporate Governance, IFRS and Voluntary Pension Scheme.


      • Khan, S. & Seyyed, F. (In Press 2016). Pakistan's First Successful Launch of a Real Estate Investment Trust - Dolmen City REIT (A Shariah Compliant Rental REIT Scheme). Asian Journal of Management Cases.

      • Khan, S. (2015). Kalam: A Sustainable gift. Asian Journal of Management Cases.

      • Khan, S. (2014). Impact of sources of finance on the growth of SMEs: evidence from Pakistan. Decisions.

      • Khan, S. (2012). Government Intervention in Russian Bourse: A Case of Financial Contagion. Journal of Financial Economic Policy.

      • Khan, S. (2011). Should the government directly intervene in stock market during a crisis?. Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance.

      • Seyyed, F., Khan, S. & Ashfaq, H. (2018). Ag Food Products Limited: Employees Provident Fund, Published. CRC Number 02-643-2018-1, Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

      • Khan, S. (2013). A Framework for Assessing Pakistan's Macroeconomic Conditions, Published. CRC Number 11-125-2013-2, Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

      • Khan, S. (2016). Cost of Shari'ah Compliance: A Liquidity Risk-adjusted Approach.

      • Khan, S. (2016). Illiquidity Risk Adjusted Premium: A New Approach.

      • Khan, S. (2016). Liquidity adjusted Cross-Market Linkages between Securitized REITs and Stocks?.

      • Khan, S. (2016). Structural Differences and Commonalities between Islamic and Conventional Equity Markets.