Economics Department
Senior Lecturer


Sadia Mansoor (Anwar) is Senior Lecturer at Department of Economics (IoBM) since January 2013. She joined IoBM in 2011 as a visiting faculty. She holds M.S. Economics degree (Equivalent to M.Phil). She Completed her M.A.S Economics in 2011 from Applied Economics Research Center, University of Karachi. Moreover, she earned M.Sc Economics degree from Quaid-E-Azam University, Islamabad. Her areas of research are development economics and public policy.

  • M.S Economics (equivalent to MPhil), Institute of Business Management (2017)
  • M.A.S Economics, AERC, University of Karachi, Karachi (2011)
  • M.Sc Economics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad (2007)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Majors: Economics), University of Punjab, Lahore (2005)
Co-Supervising M.Phil. Thesis
Lecturer at Institute of Business Management
Jan-2013 to Current
Worked as visiting faculty at Preston University, Islamabad Aug-2011 to Dec-2012
Worked as a visiting faculty in department of economics of Institute of Business Management (IoBM), Karachi. Aug-2007 to Feb-2008
  • Analysis of Pakistan Industries (subject expertise) — BBA (H)
  • Microeconomics — M.S (Eco)
  • Principle of Macroeconomic — BBA (H) and BS (Eco)
  • Principle of Microeconomics — BBA (H) and BS (Eco)
  • Financial Economics — BS (Eco)
  • Macroeconomics – MBA (Executive)
Computer Skills
  • Adequate knowledge of MS office application, SPSS, E-Views, STATA and MATLAB.
Awards/ Achievements
  • Scored highest marks (85%) among batch mates in M.Sc thesis
  • Secured 3rd   position in M.S Economics at AERC
  • Distinction in Micro Finance (90%) and Environmental Economics (86%) in M.S Economics
  • Secured highest marks in Comprehensive Examination of M.S examination
  • Thesis weighting 3 credit hours titled “Determinants of Suicide in Pakistan: A Time Series Analysis”, completed during MSc Economics under supervision of Professor Dr. Eatzaz Ahmed (https://eco.qau.edu.pk/?page_id=164 Thesis No 80)
  • M.S (MPhil) Thesis weighting 6 credit hours on “Impact of Foreign Aid and its Volatility on Economic Growth of Pakistan: A Macroeconomic Policy Framework”.
  • Bashir, Malik and Mansoor (2017), “Involvement and Communication on Facebook: Exploring Interaction Patterns of Personality and Adult Attachment Styles”, Pakistan Business Review, Volume 19(1), April (2017). http://journals.iobmresearch.com/index.php/PBR/issue/view/40/showToc
  • Mansoor, Baig and Javid (2018), “Aid, Volatility and Macroeconomic Policies in Pakistan”, Pakistan Business Review, Accepted for Volume 20(1), April
  • Foreign Aid Volatility and Economic Growth: A Case Study of Pakistan (Presented at Cambridge University, UK conference in July 2017) http://www.flepublications.com/home AICLEF July 2017