Dr. Amal AhmadResearch Associate & Postdoctoral Fellow
Chair of Development Economics / CeMIS, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Vollmer
Amal joined CeMIS in March 2021 as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Prior to this, she received her PhD in Economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where her research focused on the microeconomics of information imperfections, learning, and agricultural development in South Asia and elsewhere. Amal's research combines empirical and theoretical development microeconomics, and her teaching experience includes graduate courses in mathematical economics, econometrics, and other courses. She also holds an MSc in Development Economics from SOAS, the University of London, and a BA in Economics and Black Studies from Amherst College in the United States.
Journal Articles :
- Ahmad, Amal (2022) Imperfect information and learning: Evidence from cotton cultivation in Pakistan. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization,
- Ahmad, Amal (2022) Land for Peace? Game Theory and the Strategic Impediments to a Resolution in Israel-Palestine. Defence and Peace Economics,
Book Chapters :
- Ahmad, Amal (2021) Organizational deficiencies in developing countries and the role of global surgery. In Ahmad, Alaaeldin and Agarwal, Aakash (eds.) Early Onset Scoliosis: Guidelines for Management in Resource-Limited Settings., Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis