Dr. Muhammad Imran Chaudhry is an applied economist interested in combining economic theory, data analysis and fieldwork to address real world problems. He completed his PhD in Applied Economics from The Ohio State University on a Fulbright scholarship in 2016. His dissertation was awarded the runner-up prize for the Outstanding Dissertation Award given by the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA). Dr. Imran’s current research interests lie at the intersection of economic dynamics, price instability and supply chain analysis. His research has been published in reputable journals, e.g., American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Economic Modelling, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, and Applied Economics etc. Dr. Imran has taught courses in the areas of microeconomics, macroeconomics, statistics, and finance to undergraduate and graduate students at different universities. He regularly provides executive education programs and consulting services to companies in the areas of agribusiness, decision-making and financial modelling. Dr. Imran is a CFA charter holder since 2019.
PhD Applied Economics (2016), The Ohio State University
MA Economics (2014), The Ohio State University
MS Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics (2013), The Ohio State University
BSc Accounting and Finance (2009), Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS)
Applied Economics, Economic Dynamics and Behavioral Finance
Chaudhry, Muhammad Imran, and Mario J. Miranda. “Endogenous price fluctuations: Evidence from the chicken supply chain in Pakistan.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2023).
Chaudhry, Muhammad Imran, and Miranda J. Miranda. “Price transmission in Pakistan’s poultry supply chain.” Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 45.2 (2020): 282-298.
Chaudhry, Muhammad Imran, and Abdoul G. Sam. “Herding behaviour and the declining value relevance of accounting information: evidence from an emerging stock market.” Applied Economics 50.49 (2018): 5335-5353.
Chaudhry, Muhammad Imran, and Mario J. Miranda. “Complex price dynamics in vertically linked cobweb markets.” Economic Modelling 72 (2018): 363-378.