Faculty Profile

Dr. Muhammad Imran Chaudhry

Assistant Professor

Suleman Dawood School of Business

Dr. Muhammad Imran Chaudhry is an Assistant Professor at the Suleman Dawood School of Business, Lahore University of Management Sciences. He completed his PhD in Applied Economics from The Ohio State University on a Fulbright scholarship. Dr. Imran’s doctoral dissertation was awarded the runner-up prize for the prestigious Outstanding Dissertation Award given by the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA). His prior education includes, a MA in Economics from The Ohio State University, a MS in Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics from The Ohio State University and a BSc in Accounting and Finance from Lahore University of Management Sciences. Dr. Imran has also passed all the exams of CFA - the most respected professional qualification in finance.

Dr. Imran has taught courses in the areas of economics, statistics, strategy and finance at different universities across Pakistan. He has also provided consulting services and executive education programs to local companies in the areas of agribusiness, financial modelling and economic policy. In particular, Dr. Imran likes to leverage his interdisciplinary educational background and work experience to highlight how economic models and statistical tools can help managers and policy makers make better decisions. In terms of research, Dr. Imran utilizes an array of methods including mathematical analysis, statistical modelling and numerical simulations to examine policy relevant issues broadly related to the agricultural and financial markets of Pakistan. His research has been published in reputable international journals like Economic Modelling, Applied Economics, Issues in Accounting Education and Applied Financial Economics.

      • 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.