Faculty Profile

Dr. Syed Ali Hasanain

Assistant Professor

Department Of Economics

Ali Hasanain is a 2014-2016 Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders Fellow, and an Assistant Professor of Economics at LUMS, as well as a member of EGAP. His recent research has studied how Information and Communications Technology (ICT) can be applied in underdeveloped countries to improve governance and market outcomes. He has also studied how individuals’ personal characteristics mediate the success of this process. Ali also serves on the Government of Punjab’s Economic Advisory Committee. He received his PhD in Economics from George Mason University in 2010.

TitleSemesterCode
The Economics of CorruptionFall Semester 2016-171601
Law and EconomicsSpring Semester 2016-171602
Readings in the Political Economy of the MediaSpring Semester 2016-171602
The Economics of CorruptionSummer Semester 2016-171603
Law and EconomicsFall Semester 2017-181701
The Economics of CorruptionFall Semester 2017-181701
  • Past Courses
    TitleSemesterCode
    Law and EconomicsFall Semester 2010-111001
    Intermediate MicroeconomicsFall Semester 2010-111001
    Intermediate MicroeconomicsSpring Semester 2010-111002
    Independent StudySpring Semester 2010-111002
    Experiments in EconomicsSummer Semester 2010-111003
    Senior Project IFall Semester 2011-121101
    Law and EconomicsFall Semester 2011-121101
    Intermediate MicroeconomicsFall Semester 2011-121101
    Intermediate MicroeconomicsSpring Semester 2011-121102
    Law and EconomicsFall Semester 2012-131201
    Intermediate MicroeconomicsFall Semester 2012-131201
    Independent StudyFall Semester 2012-131201
    Independent StudySpring Semester 2012-131202
    The Economics of CorruptionSpring Semester 2012-131202
    Senior Project IFall Semester 2013-141301
    Law and EconomicsFall Semester 2013-141301
    Senior Project ISpring Semester 2013-141302
    Intermediate MicroeconomicsSpring Semester 2013-141302
    Independent StudySpring Semester 2013-141302
    Senior Project IISpring Semester 2013-141302
    The Economics of CorruptionSpring Semester 2013-141302