Research

Research Career

Research Interest:

Public Policy Analysis, Agriculture Commodity Market Analysis, Rural Financial Markets, Economic Analysis of Agricultural Development Projects.

 Khalid Mushtaq and M. Khalid Bashir (2018). Agricultural Credit and Cooperation. Developing Sustainable Agriculture in Pakistan. ISBN 1351208217, 9781351208215. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, United States.

Khalid Mushtaq & Muhammad Ashfaq (2017). Government Intervention in Pakistan Agriculture. Principles of Agricultural & Resource Economics. ISBN 978-969-7705-10-8. MAS Computers, Press Market, Aminpur Bazar, Faisalabad, Pakistan.

 Bushra Aslam, Khalid Mushtaq, Faisal Abbas & Sarfraz Hassan (2020). Nutritional Status of adolescent girls: Evidence from Field Survey of Punjab, Pakistan. Munich Personal RePEc Archive Paper No. 100207.

Hammad Badar, Zaryab Mohsin, Khalid Mushtaq, Burhan Ahmad, Mubashir Mehdi, Abedullah and Azhar Rasool (2020). An Assessment of Consumer Preferences for Fresh Potatoes in Punjab, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol 57(3), 773-778.

Khalid Mushtaq, Asghar Ali, Abdul Ghafoor, Maqsood Hussain and Shahzad Hameed (2020). Are Chickpea Markets Working Efficiently in Punjab, Pakistan? Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol 57(2), 585-590.

Asia Naseem, Khalid Mushtaq, Burhan Ahmad, Sultan Ali Adil and Sarfraz Hassan (2019). An Estimation of Crowding-Out Effect of China’s Textile Exports for Pakistan’s Textile Exports. Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 12(33), DOI: 10.17485/ijst/2019/v12i33/146796.

Momna Abdur Rehman, Khalid Mushtaq, Abedullah and Faisal Abbas (2018). Welfare implications of alternative policy options: Analysis of wheat market in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, Special Issue, 1-25.

Ansar Mehmood, Khalid Mushtaq, Asghar Ali, Sarfraz Hassan, Maqsood Hussain and Farooq Tanveer (2018). Factors Affecting Consumer Behavior towards consumption of Fresh Milk. Pakistan Journal of Life and Social Sciences, 16(2), 113-116.

Muhammad Ahmad, Maqsood Hussain, Mahmood Nasir, Khalid Mushtaq, Sarwat Zia and Farooq Tanveer (2018). Factors Affecting Adoption of Bt Cotton: a case study of District Toba Tek Singh. Pakistan Journal of Life and Social Sciences, 16(2), 102-105.

Asghar Ali, M. Zahid Saeed, M. Ali Imran, Khalid Mushtaq and Abdul Ghafoor (2018). Investigation of the Impact of Foreign Remittances on Agricultural Development in Pakistan: A Time Series Analysis. Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, Vol.28 No.1, (131-146).

Ali Sher, Sultan Ali Adil, Khalid Mushtaq and Asghar Ali (2017). An Investigation of Entrepreneurial Intentions of Agricultural Students. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol. 54(4), pp. 943-947.

Umar Ijaz Ahmed, Liu Ying, Khalid Mushtaq, and Muhammad Khalid Bashir (2015). An Econometric Estimation of Post-Harvest Losses of Kinnow in Pakistan. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, III, Issue 5, pp. 773-783.

Hafiz Abdul Rauf, Khalid Mushtaq, Abedullah and Abdul Ghafoor (2014). The Effect of Adoption of Better Farm Management Practices in the Technical Efficiency of Dairy Farms in Punjab. Pakistan Journal of Life and Social Sciences, 12(3), pp.144-49.

Abdul Ghafoor, Khalid Mushtaq and Abedullah (2013). Export Supply Response of Mango: Cointegration and Causality Analysis. The Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol.18, No.1, summer, pp. 93-116.

Nasir Nadeem, Khalid Mushtaq and P.J.Dawson (2013) Impact of Public Sector Investment on TFP in Agriculture in Punjab, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, 33(1), pp.137-147.

Abdul Ghafoor, Khalid Mustafa, Iqbal Zafar, Khalid Mushtaq and Maqsood Hussain (2013). Determinants and Margins of exporting Mango from Pakistan to UAE Market. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture, 29, No.3, pp. 477-484.

Muhammad Masood Azeem, Madiha Saqi, Khalid Mushtaq and Abdus Samie (2013).An Empirical Analysis of Tax Rate and Economic Growth Linkages of Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Life and Social Sciences, 11(1): 14-18.

Asghar Ali, Khalid Mushtaq, Muhammad Ashfaq, Abedullah and P.J.Dawson (2012). Macro Determinants of Total Factor Productivity Growth of Agriculture in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, 22(1&2), pp.1-18.

Nasir Nadeem and Khalid Mushtaq (2012) Role of Agricultural Research and Extension in enhancing Agricultural Productivity in Punjab, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Life and Social Sciences, 10(1), 67-73.

Muhammad Masood Azeem, Samreen Munawwar and Khalid Mushtaq (2012) An Empirical Analysis of Factors affecting Food (wheat) Inflation in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 49 (2), pp.199-203. (Impact Factor: 1.240)

Khalid Mushtaq, Abdul Ghafoor, Abedullah and Farhan Ahmad (2011) Impact of Monetary and Macroeconomic Factors on Food (Wheat) Prices in Pakistan: Implications for Food Security. The Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol.16, No.1, pp. 95-110.

Nasir Nadeem, Khalid Mushtaq and Mohammad Ishaq Javed (2011) Impact of Social and Physical Infrastructure on Agricultural Productivity in Punjab, Pakistan-A Production Function Approach. Pakistan Journal of Life and Social Sciences, 9(2), 153-158.

Abedullah, Shahzad Kouser and Khalid Mushtaq (2010) Environmental Efficiency Analysis of Basmati Rice Production in Punjab, Pakistan: Implications for Sustainable Agricultural Development. The Pakistan Development Review,Volume 49, Number 1.

Abdul Ghafoor, Khalid Mustafa, Iqbal Zafar and Khalid Mushtaq (2010). Determinants of mango export from Pakistan. Journal of Agricultural Research, 48(1), 105-119.

Ali, Khalid Mushtaq, M. Ashfaq and M.A.Raza (2009). An analysis of Productivity Growth of Agriculture inPakistan. Journal of Agricultural Research, 47(4), 439-450.

Abdul Ghafoor, Khalid Mustafa, Khalid Mushtaq and Abedullah (2009). Cointegration and Causality: Anapplication to major mango markets in Pakistan. The Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol.14, No.1, pp. 85-113.

Abedullah, Shahzad Kouser and Khalid Mushtaq (2009). Resource use Efficiency in Carrot Production and its Policy Implications in Punjab, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, 19(2), 153-174.

Abedullah, N.Mahmood, Khalid Mushtaq and S.Kouser (2009). The Role of Agricultural Credit in the Growth of Livestock Sector: A Case Study of Faisalabad. Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 29(2): 81-84. (Impact Factor: 255)

A. Baig, M. Ashfaq, S. Hassan, Khalid Mushtaq and M.A.Raza (2009). An analysis of irrigation reforms andtheir impact on rural livelihood in Punjab, Pakistan. Journal of Agricultural Research, 47(3), 281-292.

Maqsood, H., Khalid Mushtaq and Saboor, H (2009). To investigate the long-run equilibrium relationship between health expenditures and gross domestic product: A case study of Pakistan, Pakistan Journal of life and Social Sciences, 7(2): 119-122.

Khalid Mushtaq, Abdul Gafoor and Maula Dad (2008). Apple Market Integration: Implications for Sustainable Agricultural Development. The Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol.13, No.1, pp. 129-138.

Ali, Khalid Mushtaq, M. Ashfaq and Abedullah (2008). Total Factor Productivity Growth of Agriculture in Pakistan: Trends in Different Time Horizons. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol.45 (4): 508-513. (Impact Factor: 1.240)

A. Baig, M. Ashfaq, S. Hassan and Khalid Mushtaq (2008). Impact of Financial Reforms in Irrigation Sector of Punjab, Pakistan. Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 18(4), 145-150. (Impact Factor: 0.585)

Khalid Mushtaq, Faisal Abbas, Abedullah and Abdul Gafoor (2007) Energy Use and Economic Growth: Causality Analysis from Agriculture Sector of Pakistan. The Pakistan Development Review 46: 4 Part II Winter, pp.1065-1073.

Khalid Mushtaq, Faisal Abbas and Abedullah (2007). Government Intervention and market integration in prominent wheat markets of Pakistan, Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 44 (2), pp.356-360. (Impact Factor: 1.240)

Khalid Mushtaq, Faisal Abbas and Abedullah (2007). Testing the law of one price: cotton market integration in Pakistan’s Punjab, Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 44 (2), pp.364-369. (Impact Factor: 1.240)

Abedullah, Shahzad Kousar, and Khalid Mushtaq (2007). Analysis of Technical Efficiency of Rice Production in Punjab (Pakistan): Implications for Future Investment Strategies, Pakistan Economic and Social Review, Vol.45 (2), pp. 231-244.

Shafique Mohammad, Muhammad Siddique Javed, Bashir Ahmad and Khalid Mushtaq (2007). Price and non-price factors affecting Acreage Response of Wheat in different Agro-ecological zones in Punjab: A cointegration analysis, Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 44 (2), pp.370-377. (Impact Factor: 1.240)

Khalid Mushtaq (2006). Population Growth and Economic Development: Test for Causality, Lahore Journalof Economics. 11(2) winter, pp.71-77.

Khalid Mushtaq, Faisal Abbas, Abedullah and Abdul Gafoor (2006). Testing the law of one price: rice Market integration in Pakistan’s Punjab, Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 43 (No.3-4),213-16. (Impact Factor: 1.240)

Abedullah, Shahzad Kousar, Khalid Mushtaq and Muhammad Mazhar (2006). Determining the role of creditto enhance cotton production in Pakistan’s Punjab, Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 43 (No.3-4), 197-205. (Impact Factor: 1.240)

Sarfraz Hassan, M. Tariq and Khalid Mushtaq (2006). Optimal Hedging ratio for Pakistan’s wheat Imports. International Journal of Agriculture & Biology,8, No.1, 97-101.

Abdul Saboor, Maqsood Hussain and Khalid Mushtaq (2006). Trends of Rural Poverty and Total Factor Productivity Growth in Pakistan’s Agriculture: A Time Series Analysis. JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE & SOCIAL SCIENCES, 2, No.1. PP.26-28.

Usman Haleem, Khalid Mushtaq, Azhar Abbas and A.D.Sheikh (2005). Estimation of Export Supply Function for Citrus Fruit in Pakistan, The Pakistan Development Review 44: 4 Part II Winter, pp.659-672.

Khalid Mushtaq, P.J. Dawson (2002), Acreage response in Pakistan: a co-integration approach, Agricultural Economics (27)2 pp. 111-121. (Impact Factor: 329)

Khalid Mushtaq, P.J. Dawson (2001). A Review of Supply Response of Major Crops in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Economics, 4, 45-65.

Research Report on Trading of Red Chilli at Pakistan Mercantile Exchange

Research Report on Trading of Gram at Pakistan Mercantile Exchange

Who is Arthi? Understanding the Commission Agents role in the Agriculture Supply Chain.

Documenting and mitigating the impact of pesticides and heavy metal residues on vegetables.

Title: Developing entrepreneurial skills among farmers: The case of prei-urban vegetable growers from Faisalabad; Duration: 3 months; Funding Agency: HEC; Working Capacity: Project Coordinator; Commencing Year: 2017; Status: completed

Title: Farm to Market Policy Options for the Promotion of Chickpea in Punjab, Pakistan; Duration: 12 months; Funding Agency: US-Pakistan Centre for Advanced Studies in Agriculture and Food Security, University of Agriculture Faisalabad; Working Capacity: Principal Investigator; Commencing Year: 2017; Status: in progress

Title: Financing of Rice Value Chain: What really matters for Banks? Duration: 12 months; Funding Agency: Pakistan Agricultural Research Council; Working Capacity: Principal Investigator; Commencing Year: 2017; Status: in progress

Title: Financing of Agricultural Value Chains; Duration: 6 months; Funding Agency: International Finance Corporation; Working Capacity: Principal Investigator; Commencing Year: 2016; Status: completed

Title: Electronic Trading of Agri. commodities; Duration: 3 years; Funding Agency: PMEX; Working Capacity: Agri. Economist; Commencing Year: 2016; Status: in progress

Title: Labor and Sales Multiplier Study for Apple, Wool and Dairy Value Chains; Duration: 6 months; Funding Agency: Chemonics International, Inc.; Working Capacity: Team Member, Commencing Year: 2014; Status: completed

Title: Who is Aarthi? Understanding the Commission Agents role in the Agriculture Supply Chain; Duration: 6 months; Start Date: August 15, 2012; Funding Agency: International Growth Centre (IGC); working Capacity: Economist; Project Partner: Pakistan Microfinance Network; Status: Completed

Title: Documenting and mitigating the impact of pesticides and heavy metal residues on vegetables. Duration: 3 years; Total Grant: 19.50 million rupees; Funding Agency: PARB; Working Capacity: Co- Principle Investigator, Commencing Year: 2010; Status: completed