Inclusive Finance

Peer-Reviewed Journals

  1. Chaudry, A., Azmat, S. & Sohail, M. (2017). State contingent and conventional banking: The optimal banking choice model. Economic Modelling.
  2. Rizvi, S. A. R. & Ibrahim, M. (2017). Do we need bigger Islamic banks? An assessment of bank stability. Journal of Multinational Financial Management, 40, 77-91.
  3. Awan, M., Asif, M., Jajja, M. S. S. & Ahmad, H. (2016). Developing a scale for service quality measurement in banks. International Journal of Services and Operations Management, 23(2).
  4. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2016). From Kashf Foundation to Kashf Microfinance Bank - Changing organizational identities. Asian Journal of Management Cases, 14(2), 94-114.
  5. Shahzad, C. T. & Haan, J. D. (2016). Supervisory powers and bank risk-taking. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 39, 15-24.
  6. Azmat, S. (2015). Can Islamic banking ever become Islamic? Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 34, 253-272.
  7. Rizvi, S. A. R., Arshad, S. & Wardhany, N. (2015). Outsourcing the Islamic Way: A look into the challenges faced by financial institutions. Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, 11(1), 193-205.
  8. Khan, S. (2014). Impact of sources of finance on the growth of SMEs: Evidence from Pakistan. Decisions, 42(1), 3-10.
  9. Mehmood, F. (2015). Business models and strategies of M-Commerce: A review. Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, 20(1).
  10. Rizvi, S. A. R., Naqvi, B. & Mirza, N. (2014). 'Afraid of Float' to Benign Neglect', a jolting ride of SBP on the roller coaster of exchange rate regime. The Lahore Journal of Economics, 19(2), 17-34.
  11. Rizvi, S. A. R., Arshad, S., & Lahsasna, A. (2014). Derivatives in Islamic Finance: The need and mechanisms available. International Journal of Financial Services Management, 7(3/4), 177-195.
  12. Forssbæck, J. & Shehzad, C. T. (2014). The conditional effects of market power on bank risk – A cross-country evidence. Review of Finance, 19(5), 1997-2038.
  13. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2014). Microfinance - To what end? Findings from Pakistan. The Economic & Political Weekly, 49(10).
  14. Rizvi, S. A. R., Naqvi, B. & Mirza, N. (2013). Asset Prices, Financial Stability and Monetary Policy. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, 3(1), 818-822.
  15. Shahzad, C. T., Haan, J. D. & Scholtens, B. (2013). The relationship between size, growth, and profitability of commercial banks. Applied Economics, 45(13), 1751-1765.
  16. Shahzad, C. T. & Haan, J. D. (2013). Was the 2007 crisis really a global banking crisis? North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 24, 113-124.
  17. Rizvi, S. A. R. & Arshad, S. (2013). Impact of corruption on bank profitability: An analysis of Islamic Banks. International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, 3(8), 195-209.
  18. Khan, S. (2012). Government intervention in Russian Bourse: A case of financial contagion. Journal of Financial Economic Policy, 4(4), 320-339.
  19. Ghani, W., Haroon, O. & Ashraf, M. J. (2011). Business Groups' financial performance: Evidence from Pakistan. Global Journal of Business Research, 5(2), 27-39.

 

Books

  1. Rizvi, S. A. R. & Saba, I. (2017). Developments in Islamic finance challenges and initiatives. Palgrave Macmillan.
  2. Rizvi, S. A. R. & Alam, N. (2017). Islamic economies – Stability, markets and endowments. Palgrave Macmillan.
  3. Rizvi, S. A. R. & Alam, N. (2016). Islamic banking - Growth, stability and inclusion. Palgrave Macmillan.
  4. Rizvi, S. A. R., Bacha, O. & Mirakhor, A. (2016). Public finance and Islamic capital markets - Theory and application. Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Book Chapters

  1. Rizvi, S. A. R.  & Alam, N. (2016). Empirical research in Islamic banking: Past, present and future page. In Islamic Banking - Growth Stability and Inclusion (pp. 1-13). Palgrave Macmillan.
  2. Rizvi, S. & Arshad, S. (2015). Indexing government debt to GDP: A risk sharing mechanism for government financing in Muslim countries. In Islamic banking and finance Essays on corporate finance, efficiency and product development.

 

Cases

  1. Bhatti, A. & Azmat, S. (2016). Rethinking Islamic finance. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  2. Butt, A. S., Ashfaq, H. & Seyyed, F. J. (2016). The first meat sector IPO: Al Shaheer Corporation. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  3. Seyyed, F. J. & Shehzad, C. T. (2016). Millat Tractors Limited: A Shariah compliant investment opportunity. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  4. Sipra, N. (2002). Microfinance at Family Planning Association of Pakistan (B). Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  5. Sipra, N. (2002). Microfinance at Family Planning Association of Pakistan (A). Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

 

Technical Notes

  1. Chatha, K. A. (2015). A note on Islamic management and organization. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
  2. Malik, N. & Ali, S. M. (2003). A note on development of financial institutions in Pakistan: A framework for reform and restructuring. Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

 

Policy Briefs

  1. Zulfiqar, G. M. & Naeem, A. (2017). Financial access for women entrepreneurs. Social Enterprise Development Centre LUMS and American University. 

 

Fact Sheets

  1. Raza, Z. (2017). Financial inclusion in Pakistan [Fact Sheet]. Social Enterprise Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences. 

 

Conference Presentations

  1. Bashir, M. (2015). Performance management in microfinance organizations – A case study. LUMS AMRC, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia.
  2. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2015). Global policy networks and microfinance – Non-state actors and local development (in Pakistan). Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.
  3. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2015). Gold collateralized microcredit and women's autonomy in Pakistan. American Economic Association, San Francisco, United States of America.
  4. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2015). Global policy network and microfinance - Non-state actors and local development in Pakistan. Academy of Management Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  5. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2014). Research and evidence on the impact of microfinance. South Asia Microfinance Network, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  6. Chaudry, A. S. (2014). Financial inter-mediation in a search model of money. Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan.
  7. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2014). Commercialization, financial access and poverty in Pakistan. Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, Boston, United States of America.
  8. Zulfiqar, G. M. & Weller, C. (2014). Does financial market diversification in non-OECD countries reduce macroeconomic volatility? An econometric exploration. Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, Boston, United States of America.
  9. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2014). Is microfinance working? Research and evidence on the impact of microfinance. Annual Conference of South Asia Micro Finance Network, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  10. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2014). Changing trends in microfinance's emphasis on gender. International Association For Feminist Economics, Association for Allied Social Sciences Association (ASSA), Philadelphia, PA, United States of America.
  11. Chaudry, A. S. (2013). Coexistence of money and capital as a medium of exchange. Midwest Economics Association Annual Conference, Madison, Indiana.
  12. Rizvi, S. A. R. & Arshad, S. (2013). Indexing government debt to GDP: A risk sharing mechanism for government financing in Muslim countries. 9th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance, Istanbul, Turkey.
  13. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2013). Microfinance and Human Development: Does institutional form matter? Association of Comparative Economic Studies, ASSA, San Diego, CA, United States of America.
  14. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2013). How institutional structure shapes outcomes in microfinance. McCormack School of Policy & Global Studies, UMass Boston Research Seminar Series, Boston, United States of America.
  15. Chaudry, A. S. (2012). Financial inter-mediation in a search model of money. Monetary Economics Study Group, Madison, Indiana.
  16. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2012). Microfinance, poverty and gender empowerment – Evidence from the field. Center for Social Policy, UMass Boston, Boston, United States of America.
  17. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2012). Microfinance and poverty alleviation: Findings from Pakistan. Annual Conference of the Social Science History Association, Vancouver, Canada.
  18. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2012). Microfinance and the promise of social change – Can a financial intervention empower women? IX Annual Social Theory Forum, Boston, United States of America.
  19. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2012). Financial market diversity and macroeconomic stability. Annual Conference for the Eastern Economic Association, Boston, United States of America.
  20. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2012). Closing resource gaps: Microfinance? College of Management, UMass Boston, Boston, United States of America.
  21. Shehzad, C. T. (2010). The impact of bank regulation and supervision on bank soundness. Symposium on Frontiers in Financial Research (SFFR), Athens, Greece.
  22. Shehzad, C. T. (2010). The impact of bank regulation and supervision on bank soundness. DNB Seminar, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  23. Bashir, M. (2009). Akhuwat – Microfinance with a Difference. Fulbright Enrichment Seminar, Social Enterprise Theme, Chicago, United States of America.
  24. Shehzad, C. T. (2009). Financial liberalization and banking crises. CERES Summer School, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

 

Other Publications

  1. Chaudry, A. S. (2014). Regulation of commercial & microfinance banks.
  2. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2013). Virtuous' debt status and precarious living. Dawn.

 

Book Reviews

  1. Zulfiqar, G. M. (2013). The economy of shame. [Review of the book Microfinance and its Discontents - Women in debt in Bangladesh by Lamia Karim]. Wellesley Women's Review of Books.

 

Publications Under Review

  1. Zulfiqar, G. M. (n.d.). Employing patriarchy and women’s gold to sustain microfinance in Pakistan. Manuscript under review at Society and Economy.

 

Working Papers

  1. Zulfiqar, G. M. & Weller, C. (2013). Financial market diversity and macroeconomic stability (Working paper). Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
  2. Hermes, N., Shehzad, C. T. & Meesters, A. (2010). Financial reform and bank efficiency: A multi-country analysis (Working paper).
  3. Shehzad, C. T. & Haan, J. D.  (2008). Financial liberalization and banking crises (Working paper).