Dr. Khan is an Assistant Professor of Economics (Tenure Track) at the Chaudhry Nazar Muhammad Department at LUMS. He completed his doctorate in Economics from the Johns Hopkins University. His research interests include Political Economy, Applied Microeconomics as well as Decision and Social Choice theory. His doctoral dissertation studied the impact of advertising on election outcomes in the context of U.S Congressional District races. You can find some of his papers here.
Prior to joining LUMS, Dr. Khan was a post doctoral associate at the W. Allen Wallis Institute of Political Economy at the University of Rochester. He has also worked at the Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform as a research fellow.
In the parallel universe where he is not an Economist, he is an avid guitar (acoustic) enthusiast.