Chaudry is Assistant Professor in Economics and Business Administration and is
currently enrolled at the University of Leicester’s Distance Learning Programme
pursuing a Masters’ in Research. She has an MSc. in Economics and Management
from the Lahore School of Economics. She has a B.A. in Economics and Literature
from Kinnaird College for Women. She teaches Introductory courses on Economics,
Macro Economics I, Macro Economics II and Environmental Economics at the Lahore
Chaudry was a gold medalist at Kinnaird College. She was awarded the silver
medal for being placed on the Dean’s Honor’s List and a medal for the best
student in Pakistan Economy at the Lahore School of Economics.
has done research work on the Surgical Goods Industry Sector and various Labor
issues in Pakistan. Ms. Chaudry has worked on the ILO Socio-Economic Security
Programme as a Contributor for the Pakistan Region. She has worked with the
Punjab Bureau of Statistics in conducting primary data collection for the Punjab
Consanguinity survey 2009-2010 and is involved with research on the economic
aspects of cousin marriages. She is currently working with Professors at Yale
and Columbia on the 'Analysis of Technology in the Sialkot Soccer Ball
Her publications include
the Origins and Development of Pakistan’s Soccer-Ball Cluster,” with David
Atkin, Azam Chaudhry, Amit K. Khandelwal and Eric Verhoogen in the World Bank
Economic Review, (2016).
“Organizational Barriers to Technology Adoption: Evidence from Soccer-Ball
Producers in Pakistan,” with David Atkin, Azam Chaudhry, Amit K. Khandelwal and
Eric Verhoogen, (July 2015). NBER Working Paper No. w21417.
“Markup and Cost Dispersion across Firms: Direct Evidence from Producer Surveys
in Pakistan,” with David Atkin, Azam Chaudhry, Amit K. Khandelwal and Eric
Verhoogen in the American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, (2015).
Chaudry, Shamyla. "Increasing Global Competitiveness: A Case for the Pakistan
Economy." The Lahore Journal of Economics 12 (2007).
Her detailed C.V is available
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