Visiting Scholar; Part-Time Lecturer
Dr. Abdul Ghaffar Mughal comes with a highly diverse track record in economics with more than 25 years of experience in teaching, research and consultancy in over 15 countries. He obtained his PhD from the University of Southern California (USC) in 1999. Dr. Mughal has taught over 20 undergraduate and graduate courses in economics, including, among others, International Political Economy, International Economics, Development Economics, Transitional Economics, International Finance and History of Economic Development. He has taught at USC, Hanover College, California State University, and a number of international universities in Europe and Asia. Dr. Mughal’s work includes research in international labor migration and political economy of education funded by the World Bank, USAID, Asian Development Bank, UNICEF and International Organization for Migration.
Currently Dr. Mughal has been working on a book project on the Political Economy of Muslim countries, and is a member of the 2020 G20 Task Force 7 on G20 Support for Sustainable Development Goals.
Related Schools & Departments
PhD, University of Southern California (USC), 1999