My name is Mustafa. I belong from the city of great Mughal Emperor Sheikhu called Sheikhupura and now I’m an assistant
professor at The University of Lahore in Sargodha, Punjab. I study economics of
agriculture and adaptation strategies and their impact on agriculture. My
interest in economics of agriculture began as a teenager when I first saw farmers
protesting on road to get support prices of their crops. I did my undergraduate degree in agricultural and resource economics at University of Agriculture
Faisalabad (UAF) and my masters in Agricultural Economics from UAF. I completed my PhD in 2017 in Agricultural Economics from Universiti Putra Malaysia.
hobby is to read the best seller books in economics and work done by Nobel prize
winners in economics. My continue projects are Impact of Food Price Inflation on
Food Security, Economics Burdens of Shadow Education and Impact of Micro
Finance on Livestock Productivity.
current research interests are on farmers water/land conflicts and their impact
on productivity of agriculture, asymmetric cointegration, technical efficiency,
supply response of crops using asymmetric techniques and food security.
will welcome productive discussion on Flaws and Improvement of Agriculture of
Pakistan. You can share your views at firstname.lastname@example.org
not doing research, Mustafa enjoys watching movies, going on long drives, and
planning for the next adventure with the wife.”