20221021_184905 - CopyI am an economist and an alumnus of the Department of Economics, The New School for Social Research, where I completed my doctoral studies in May 2022. This website is under reconstruction.

My dissertation was titled Essays on the Theory and History of Central Bank Evolution. You can read part of my PhD dissertation work on the twin endogeneities hypothesis here. My broader research interests are in the fields of Post Keynesian macroeconomics, the history of economic thought, methodology of economics, the political economy of money, and interdisciplinary approaches to the study of capitalism.

I have taught undergraduate students in Pakistan at Beaconhouse National University and in the United States at The New School. I also have experience of service and governance in higher education, having served on the Board of Trustees at The New School. In 2020-2021 I was a graduate fellow at the Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies at The New School.

Some of my latest blogposts are posted below. Through my blog (and Twitter), I share my thoughts on interests related to but also beyond my research agenda, including capitalism, democracy, Pakistan, economics, universities and academia. You can also find me on Mastodon.

In my downtime I enjoy following Formula 1 and roaming the world of Death Stranding.