Fareena Malhi is working as Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, Lahore School of Economics in Lahore, Pakistan. She is also serving as Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Research in Economics and Business (CREB) at Lahore School. She completed her PhD from American University as a Fulbright Scholar. She is an applied microeconomist with an interest in labor economics, social norms and intra-household decision-making, gender and governance. She likes to employ, behavioral and experimental methods along with survey tools and large administrative datasets to better understand the intra-household decision-making for significant life outcomes like education and female labor force participation, mobility constraints and problems encountered by women in the labor market. Previously, she has also worked with international organizations like United Nations and Oxfam America.