About Noman Arshed!

Hi! I am Noman Arshed, PhD fellow Islamic Banking and Finance University of Management and Technology Lahore Pakistan & MSc Economics from University of Edinburgh UK. Currently learning Applied Economics and Islamic Finance, its application.

CV : noman arshed cv

Placement:

Lecturer at University of Management and Technology Lahore (Link)

Currently Teaching

  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Development Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Research Methodology
  • Applied Econometrics (Ms Economics)

I have recently  taught

Profiles: Google Scholar

Instructor at The Economics and Social Development Organization

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Conference Proceedings:

Sulaiman, I., & Arshed, N. (2015). Can Stock Market Development Put Chains on Inflation? A Panel Cointegration Analysis on SAARC Countries. Proceedings of 12th Asian Business Research Conference 8-9 October 2015, Novotel Hotel Bangkok on Siam Square, Bangkok, Thailand

Arshed, N. & Hassan, M.S. (2015). Does Income Inequality Lead to Education Inequality. 13th International Conference on Statistical Sciences Peshawar, Islamic Countries Society of Statistical Sciences.

Publications:

Sulaiman, I., Arshed, N., & Hassan, M. S. (2016). Stock Market Development, Can it Help Reduce Inflation in SAARC Countries? Journal of Accounting, Finance and Economics, 6(1), 101-110.

Arshed, N., Hassan, M. S., & Mushtaq, A. (2016). Smoking Advertisements and Its Impact on Human Behavior. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management. 4(3), 4030-4047.

Arshed, N., & Zahid, A. (2016). Panel Monetary Model and Determination of Multilateral Exchange Rate with Major Trading Partners. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 7(4), 10551-10560

Hanif, N., & Arshed, N. (2016). Relationship between School Education and Economic Growth: SAARC Countries. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 6(1), 294-300.

Mamoon, D., Raza, S., & Arshed, N. (2015). Impact of Health Capital and Education on Infant Mortality rate on Districts of Punjab. Journal of Management and Research, 1(2), 9-17

Hassan, M. S., Wajid, A., Irfan, Q. M., Tahir, M. N., & Arshed, N. (2014). Some Price and Non-Price Factors Affecting Imports in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, 24(2), 159-177.

Bhatti, M. A., Arshed, N., & Haseeb, M. (2013). Performance of CHEERs Based Equilibrium Exchange Rate of Pakistan. Business and Management Horizons, 1(1), 17.

 

Projects:

Shopoholic;. Crazy about shopping

A new trend in online shopping

Econistics. Place for research material and lectures on economics. (Under Development)

Built on the motive to provide services on questionnaire making and data collection.

RSPW. Research and Statistical Packages Workshop

Providing specialist services of statistical packages skill training workshops

Food Street. Its all about food.

Founded the website idea and gradually developing it to make it a prime destination for food lovers.

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12 thoughts on “

  1. muftomi says:

    Salam, my name is muftau, a Ph.D economics student at a Usman Danfodiyo university, Nigeria.
    Fisrtly, let me acknowledged your effort in providing a great service to humanity. It is belief that service to humanity is the best of service.
    Please can u help in educating me on how to run ardl using eviews 9. Most especially panel ARDL.
    Thanks, looking forward foryour support.

  2. Obaka Abel Inabo says:

    My research topic is the impact of oil price shock on Nigeria’s macroeconomy. Crude oil price is the dependent variable. the independent variables are GDP, Unemployment rate, inflation rate, total export crude oil revenue, broad money supply (M2) and exchange rate. The research is about impact of oil price shocks on Nigeria’s macroeconomy. I want to use Nonlinear Auto Regressive Distribution Lag (NARDL). How do I state the equation model? How do I state STATA command? What is the estimation procedure for NARDL?

  3. FATIMA says:

    hello Noman , am Fatima PhD scholar from china. you are doing best job to serve students. can you please help me to estimate Granger causality from short run ECM. I am using EViews 9 to run ARDL. THANKS

    1. Noman Arshed says:

      once you estimate the ARDL just see if all the lags of a particular variable are significant in short run then that variable is Granger causing dependent variable in short run

  4. PRIYANKA SAHU says:

    Hello,
    I am Priyanka Sahu, Pursuing Ph.D in ( Economics ) from Hyderabad Central University. I am currently working in the area of Inflation and trade openness. can you please let me which model is suitable to develop a relation between the two?

  5. Suborna Barua says:

    Hi Noman Vi, this is Suborna from Australia. I was trying to implement NARDL on monthly time series of a country with investment outflow as dependent and other independent variables. As I am new to NARDL, I was reading your tutorial and it gave an excellent learning. In my estimation I found P-values are >.05 for Long Run and Short Run ‘Effects’ but <.05 for Long Run and Short Run 'Assymetry'. Now my question is in this case, can I say that the ind. vars have a significant impact on dep var in the LR and SR since Asymmetry are significant? I am confused as p-value<.05 for results shown under LR and SR Effects. Could you please advise me?
    Regards, Suborna

  6. Ömer says:

    Hi dear Noman, I read your article about ardl and you said that dependent variable must not be I(0) in ardl. Could you give me the reference? I couldnt find anything else in pesaran’s paper.

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