Faculty Profile

Dr. Ayesha Masood

Assistant Professor

Suleman Dawood School of Business
      • Masood, A. & Nisar, M. (2018). Solving A Sticky Problem: Provision Of Doctors In Underdeveloped Areas Of Punjab, Accepted. Case Research Center, LUMS, LUMS No. 16-313-2018-2.

      • Masood, A. (2019). Cursed to Care: work work in Street Level Bureacracy. International Research Society for Public Management Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

      • Masood, A. & Nisar, M. (2018). "Its like crushed between two stones.". 22nd International Research Society of Public Management Annual Conference, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

      • Masood, A. (2017). "Driving the Change: Gendered Mobilities in Pakistan.". International conference of 'Gender, Work and Society: Challenges, Opportunities and Prospects for Women's Economic Empowerment', Lahore, Pakistan.

      • Masood, A. (2017). Purdah beyond Veil: Gendered interactions in Pakistani workplaces.. International conference of 'Gender, Work and Society: Challenges, Opportunities and Prospects for Women's Economic Empowerment', Lahore, Pakistan.

      • Masood, A. (2015). Restrictions, Taboos, and Purity Rituals in Islamic Texts. Annual Conference, American Academy of Religion (Western Region), Santa Clara, United States of America.

      • Masood, A. (2005). Post-operative Complications in Ruptured Duodenal Ulcer. 10th International Surgical Conference, Lahore, Pakistan.

      • Masood, A. & Nisar, M. (2019). It is like being crushed between two stones: Competing Institutional Logics in the Implementation of Maternity Leave Policies in Pakistan..

      • Masood, A. (2019). Becoming a lady doctor: Feminization of medicine in Pakistan.

      • Masood, A. & Nisar, M. (2018). Policy Interventions for Equitable Distribution of Physician Workforce: A Social Ecological Framework.