Hijab Waheed is a Research Fellow at CREB. Her research interests include development economics, gender, education, and agriculture. As a part of MPhil Economics program, she did her research thesis on women empowerment. In her paper she studies the impact of childhood exposure to violence on women’s well-being with respect to women’s exposure to domestic violence and studies the effectiveness of Punjab government’s initiatives to protect women. She is currently studying structural change and agrarian growth in Punjab and is involved in a project which aims to look at the performance of community organizations.
The Long-run effects of Childhood Exposure to Violence and Women's Protection Initiatives on Well-being (with Hamna Ahmad, Lahore School of Economics)
Structural Change and Agrarian Growth in the Punjab (with Naved Hamid, Lahore School of Economics)
Institutional Capacity as an Organizational Challenge: A Field Experiment in Pakistan (PIs: Kate Vyborny and Simon Quinn). Other RAs: Ahsan Ansari, Raja Abdur Rehman, Saheem Khizer, Salman Khalid, Shahmir-ul-Haq and Yushma Umar
Attended IZA/FCDO ONLINE Short Course on Research Skills for South Asia, 2021
Conducted skills training workshop on Impact Evaluation Toolkit (with Hamna Ahmed), Lahore School of Economics, 2021