Menu
 

 

 

 Dr. Asad Zaman
 Vice Chancellor

 

Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tel: 92-51-9248024
Fax:      92-51-9248025
              

   Syed Zaheer Abbas Shah
 Private Secretary

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tel: 92-51-9248024



Classroom Lectures by Dr. Asad Zaman

Bayesian Econometrics

The course homepage is linked at: Bayesian Econometrics. This contains lecture notes, and supplementary materials, as well as links to you-tube lectures.

Lecture 1: Introduction and Motivation  (8th Feb 2016)
Lecture 2: Foundations of Probability (10th Feb 2016)
Lecture 3: Bernoulli & Bionomial RV’s (15th Feb 2016)
Lecture 4: Conventional Inference for Surveys (17th Feb 2016)
Lecture 5: From Data to Densities (23rd Feb 2016)
Lecture 7: Assessment of Binomial Models (29th Feb 2016)
Lecture 8: Bayesian Econometrics Multiple Matches (02nd Mar 2016)
Lecture 9: Match Binomial Model to Real World (09th Mar 2016)
Lecture 10: Bayesian Econometrics Testing Independence (14th Mar 2016)
Lecture 11: Bayesian Econometrics Chi-Square Test (16th Mar 2016)
Lecture 12: Review of Normal Distribution (21st Mar 2016)
Lecture 13: Bivariate Normal Distribution (28th Mar 2016)
Lecture 17:  IID Normal Inference with Real Data (11th Apr 2016)
Lecture 19:  Introduction to Empirical Bayes (18th Apr 2016)
Lecture 20: Empirical Bayes for Panel IID Normal Data (20th Apr 2016)
Lecture 23: SFET 16.4 Empirical Bayes Quality Control (18 May 2016)
Lecture 24: SFET 17: EB in Regression Models (23 May 2016)
 

Applied Regression Analysis for PIDE Researchers (Sep-Dec 2015)

These lectures will provide training in state of the art methodology for getting empirically valid results using regression analysis.
Lecture 1: Introduction – Problems with Standard Econometric Methodology
Lecture 2: The Encompassing Approach, and its implications for Valid Regression Models
Lecture 03: Determinants of Corporate Philanthropy: A Case of Karachi

 

 Course on Research Frontiers in Economics for PIDE faculty (Sep 2015)

 This course will teach researchers how to do world class research on various cutting edge topics; especially topics which challenge conventional paradigms and provide fresh perspectives on economic problems and policy issues. The goal of the course will be for the researchers to produce a discussion paper for the PIDE DP series. According to rules, researchers are supposed to produce two DP’s every year, though few have achieved this result. This course would provide the training required to achieve this goal and help researchers learn about the latest developments in a variety of fields.
Lecture 01: Critiques of Economic
Lecture 02: The Nature of Knowledge
 

Introductory Statistics: An Islamic Approach


Unit 1: Exploratory Data Analysis
Discussion of Lec 1: Distinctive Features of the Islamic Approach [Feb 12, 2014]
Discussion of Lec 2: Comparisons, Indexing Facts and Fictions [Feb 19, 2014]
Discussion of Lec 3: Comparisons: Sorting, Ranking and Percentile [Feb 26, 2014]
Discussion of Lec 4: Measures of Center: Representing and Benchmarking [Mar 05, 2014]

Unit 2: Random Sampling
Discussion of Lec 12: Probability Laws and Discrete Random Variables [May 05, 2014]
Discussion of Lec 14: Expected Values and the Law of Large Numbers [May 19, 2014]
Discussion of Lec 15: Central Values [May 26, 2014]
Discussion of Lec 16: View Lecture [June 02, 2014]

 

Lectures/Conferences outside PIDE by Dr. Asad Zaman

  • Pre-Budget Seminar
    Wednesday April 8, 2015 at 1:45 pm, Marriott Hotel, Islamabad.
 A Lecture on the importance of planners and planning
A Lecture at Hast-o-Neest Institute of Traditional Studies and Art
 

Lectures in PIDE by Dr. Asad Zaman

  • New Trick in Econometrics
    by Dr. Asad Zaman, Vice Chancellor, PIDE

    On Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 at 02:00 pm. in the A.R Kemal Conference Room at PIDE.
A Lecture on "Failures of the Invisible Hand" Shows how four central claims about the invisible hand (made by Mankiw and Taylor textbook) are wrong.


Date: Oct 5th, 2014
Duration: 01:00:26
A Lecture on "Core MacroEconomics Concepts and Terminologies"
Understanding key Economic indicators and their significance  vis-a-vis economic development

Date:
Oct 1st, 2014
Duration: 01:26:27

Two days workshop on "Emerging Discourses in Development Studies: Case Studies from Pakistan and Asia" organized by
Department of Development Studies, PIDE
Two days workshop on "Emerging Discourses in Development Studies: Case Studies from Pakistan and Asia" organized by Department of Development Studies, PIDE
A Lecture based on "Empirical Evience against Utility Theory: A Survey of the Literature"
A Lecture in "Nurturing Mind Seminar Series" at PIDE
For paper on subject of talk see LINK:
https://sites.google.com/site/azcurrentresearch/home/econometrics/method

 
 



Go to top