Muhammad Ahmed Nazif

Muhammad Ahmed Nazif is a Research Fellow at CREB and a Teaching Fellow at the Lahore School of Economics. His areas of interest are development economics, applied microeconomics and behavioural economics. His recent research evaluates the impact of telehealth clinic facilities on the health and bargaining power of female microfinance borrowers. In other work, he uses lab experiments to investigate the gender differences in competitiveness under different competition settings.

Leveraging Technology to Promote Women's Health and Bargaining Power: Evidence from a Pilot Program (with Hamna Ahmed and Sadia Hussain)

Research Associate

Why Do You Want the Job? On Power and Empathy in Pakistan´s Government Services (PIs: Laura Metzger and Shaheen Naseer)

Intergenerational Transmission of Conservative Social Norms (PIs: Daniel L. Chen, Sultan Mehmood and Shaheen Naseer)

Working Papers

Leveraging technology to promote women's health: Evidence from a pilot program (with Hamna Ahmed and Sadia Hussain) GLO Discussion Paper No. 939 (2021)

Gender Differences in Willingness to Compete (with Farah Said), CREB Working Paper, No. 03-20, 2020

COVID-19 and well-being of female borrowers in Lahore, Pakistan (with Hamna Ahmed and Sadia Hussain), CREB Policy Brief, No. 03-20, 2020

Utilization of Health Microinsurance: Evidence from Focus Group Discussions (with Hamna Ahmed and Sadia Hussain), CREB Policy Paper, No. 02-19, 2019

The Role of Bundling in promoting Sustainability of Health Insurance: Evidence from Pakistan (with Hamna Ahmed and Sadia Hussain) Gender and Health Microinsurance: Research Prospects and Challenges, Lahore School of Economics, 2019