Dr. Bushra Hamid
  • Professor

Dr. Bushra Hamid

Ph.D , University of Peshawar (2000) in Financial Sector Institutional Reforms in Central Asian Republics
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Thirty years of diversified academic, administrative and research experience at various organizations. An active and vibrant member of all the statutory bodies of the University of Peshawar and other outside organizations. Remained active in presenting papers, formulating workshops and team member of various development projects like Kala Bagh Dam, Ghazi Barotha Channel and Afghanistan’s transition and reconstruction. Professional command over implementation and use of technology, essentially in preparation of financial, fiscal and academic projects. Experience of working with international bodies gaining exposure and networking through participation in workshops, seminars and conferences.

Do not have any political, ethnic or religious affiliations to any group, association or organization.  Belong to Haripur District. Speak and understand English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindko and Saraiki; working knowledge of Pushto and Sindhi.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:

  1. “China Pak Economic Corridor: Facts and Fantasies”. Review of Applied Management and Social Sciences (RAMSS). Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020). DOI: https://doi.org/10.47067/ramss.v3i2. Published 2020-09-30
  2. “World Trade Organization and Concerns of the Developing Countries: An Institutional Need Assessment of Pakistan”. Biss Journal, Volume 32, No. 3, 2011. Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies. pp 269-284
  3. “Institutional Analyses of Globalization: A case of Pakistan.” Asian Social Science, Vol. 7, No. 8 August 2011. Pp145-153
  4. “Conflict, Postwar Reconstruction and Corruption: Institutionalized Corruption by Donors in Afghanistan’s Reconstruction”, The Journal of Humanities and Social     Sciences, 2009, Vol. XVII, No.2. University of Peshawar.pp.38-55
  5. “Endangered   Livelihoods: Questions of Opium and Integration for the Afghan Economy.” Policy Perspectives. No 2. Volume 5. 2008. Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad. pp 103-115
  6. “An Institutional Analysis of the Financial Sector of Central Asian Republics”, Research Paper Published in Central Asia Journal of Area Study Centre, University of Peshawar, No 61. Winter 2007. Pp131-150
  7. “Afghan Parliamentary Elections: Institutional Repercussions for Transition and Reconstruction”. Research Paper Published in Central Asia, Journal of Area study Centre, University of Peshawar. No 60. Summer 2007. pp1232-140
  8.  “The Afghan Parliamentary Elections 2005: An Institutional Analysis”. Research Paper Published in Central Asia, Journal of Area study Centre, University of Peshawar. No 58. Summer 2006. pp 27-46
  9.  “The State of Social Sciences and Humanities: Current Scenario and Emerging Trends in Business Administration”, published in Journal of Law and Society, vol. XXXV, No.48, July2006. 31-42
  10.  “Relations of Central Asian Republics with the Former Soviet Union in Retrospect: An Overview”. Research Paper Published in The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, vol. XIV, No.2, 2006. Pp. 38-55
  11.  “Women in Security: “An N.W.F.P Perspective.” Research Paper Published in Journal of Law and Society. Vol. X, No. XXXI, No. 44, July 2004. pp13-24
  12. “Evolution of Banking in Kyrgyzstan since Independence”, Research Paper Published in Journal of Law and Society. Vol. XXIV, No. 39, July 2002. pp 57-72
  13.  “Institutional Approach to E-Commerce: An Integrated Framework for Pakistan”. Islamabad. The Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 41, No 2, Summer 2002. pp 179-192
  14.  “Institutional Challenges in Transition: A Case of Central Asian Republics”. Research. Paper Published in Journal of Law and Society. Vol. XXV, No. 38, July 2001. pp 53-68
  15. “Pakistan’s Trade and Economic Relations with Central Asian Republics: A Strategic Perspective”. Research Paper Published in Central Asia Journal of Area study Centre, University of Peshawar No. 48, Summer 2001. pp. 141-152
  16.  “Transitional Economies & Development: A Case of Central Asian Republics” Research Paper Published in JORDA (Journal of Rural Development and Administration) Vol. XXXIII, No.2 Spring 2001. pp. 16-36
  17.  “Role of Institutions in Economic Transitions: A Case Study of Central Asian Republics”. Research Paper Published in Journal of Law and Society. Vol. XXIV, No.           37, July2000. pp 65-80
  18. "Interest in Islam: Structure of Economy in an Islamic State”, Research Paper Published in PHAROS. Research Journal of the Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre, University of Peshawar Vol.3, No.11, January 1996. pp. 1-32

Book Chapters:

  1. “An Institutional Analysis of the Financial Sector of Central Asian Republics” (2010) in Central Asia in Retrospect and Prospect Edited by Mushtaq A.Kaw. Readworthy, 2010
  2. “Afghan Parliamentary Elections: Institutional Repercussions for Transition and Reconstruction” (2006) in The Challenge of Rebuilding Afghanistan Edited By Moonis Ahmar. Bureau of Composition, Compilation and Translation Press. University of Karachi. pp.125-142