Faculty Profile

Dr. Muhammad Imran Chaudhry

Assistant Professor

Suleman Dawood School of Business
      • Chaudhry, M. (2018). "Complex price dynamics in vertically linked cobweb markets.". Economic Modelling.

      • Chaudhry, M. (2018). "Herding behaviour and the declining value relevance of accounting information: evidence from an emerging stock market.". Applied Economics.

      • Chaudhry, M. (2014). "The information content of accounting earnings, book values, losses and firm size vis-à-vis stocks: empirical evidence from an emerging stock market.". Applied Financial Economics.

      • Chaudhry, M. (2013). "Livestock Valuation in a Dairy Business.". Issues in Accounting Education.

      • Chaudhry, M. (2016). When more is less? Suboptimal equilibrium in microcredit markets in less developed countries". Annual Midwest Economics Association Conference 1st-3rd April 2016, Chicago, US, Boston, United States of America.

      • Chaudhry, M. (2016). When more is less? Suboptimal equilibrium in microcredit markets in less developed countries". Annual Agricultural & Applied Economics Association Conference, August 2016, Boston, USA, Chicago, United States of America.

      • Chaudhry, M. (2015). Structural determinants of adoption of artificial insemination among livestock farmers in Pakistan". Annual Agricultural & Applied Economics Association Conference, July 2015, San Francisco, USA., San Francisco, United States of America.