Siddiq Abdullah

Professor, Economics
Ellsworth 140F
617-731-7169
abdullas@pmc.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., Economics, Boston University, 1987
    Dissertation: "Industrial Concentration and Policy: A Case Study of Pakistan"
  • M.A., Political Economy, Boston University, 1979
  • M.A., Economics, Boston University, 1978
    • M.A., Economics, Panjeb University, 1965
    • B.A., Economics, Panjeb University, 1964

      Teaching Experience

      • Pine Manor College, 1982-present
        • Professor of Economics
          Courses taught include: Money & Banking; Finance; International Economics; Quantitative Methods for Business; Principles of Economics (Micro & Macro)
      • Harvard University, Extension School, 1998-present
        • Adjunct Faculty
          Courses taught: International Economics; Principles of Economics
      • Tufts University, Department of Economics,1999-2009
        • Adjunct Faculty
          Courses taught: Financial Economics; International Economics; Intermediate Macroeconomics; Principles of Economics
      • University of Massachusetts Boston, Department of Economics, 1982-present
        • Senior Lecturer
          Courses taught include: Industrial Organization; Money and Financial Institutions; International Economics; Public Finance, State & Local Government; Microeconomic Theory; Macroeconomic Theory; Statistics

      Scholarship and Awards

      • David & Barbara Gray Koch Professor of Management, Pine Manor College, 1996-1999
      • Wean Professorship, Pine Manor College, 1995
      • Fulbright grant for study visit to Morocco, 1990
      • Teaching Fellowship at Department of Economics, Boston University, 1997-1982

      Administrative and Committee Responsibilities

      • Faculty Representative to the Trustees' Committe on Finance
      • Member College's Financial Stability Committee
      • Chair, Division of Social Sciences, Pine Manor College
      • Change, Mangement Division, Pine Manor College
      • Chair, Committee on Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure, Pine Manor College
      • Chair, Cirriculum Committee, Pine Manor College

      Research Experience and Supervision

      I have done intensive reasearch and work at the Central Bank of Pakistan for about ten years where I have served as Research Officer. In that capacity, I have authored numerous Research Papers and Policy Monograph for the restricted use in the Central Bank and/or Government of Pakistan.

      I have also supervised several research projects of students at the University of Massachusetts Boston and at Harvard University's Extension School.

      Proficiency in Languages

      • English
      • Urdu
      • Punjabi
      • Arabic