Islamic Centre Lecturer in Development
Economics; Department of International
Tel: +44 (0) 1865 618508
Dr Adeel Malik obtained his DPhil in economics from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar in 2004. As part of his doctoral research, Dr Malik investigated the causes and consequences of economic fluctuations in developing countries. Before joining the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Dr Malik held several policy and research appointments.
Dr Malik's previous research affiliations include: the Center for International Development at Harvard University (Visiting Research Fellow, Summer 2001), The World Bank (Research Assistant, Summer 2000), Said Business School, Oxford University (Research Assistant, 2003-04) and Department of Economics, Oxford University (2004-5). He has also been a Stipendiary Lecturer in Economics at Merton College, Oxford (2002-03). Dr Malik is a development macroeconomist by training and conducts empirical research on issues of growth, fluctuations and political economy.
Tel: +44 (0) 1865 618508
Dr Adeel Malik, M.Sc Islamabad, M.Phil, D. Phil, Oxford,teaches option courses in the Department of International Development (QEH) on (a) the political economy of institutions and development (b) the political economy of Middle East and North Africa. He teaches the core course on quantitative economics to PPE and EM students at St. Peter’s. Dr Malik is an empirical macroeconomist and his research draws on a wide range of datasets, including both micro-level data on firms and aggregate data on developing economies. His core areas of research are: causes and consequences of economic fluctuations in developing countries, political economy of institutions and development, and the relationship between finance and development.
- "The geography of output volatility" (with J. Temple), Journal of Development Economics, 90(2), pp.163-178.
- "Natural resources, export structure and investment (with S. Bond)", Oxford Economic Papers, 61(4), pp.675-702
- "Oil in the Islamic Republic of Iran: dependence, distortions and distribution" (with M. Karshenas), In P. Collier and T. Venables, (eds.,) 2011, Plundered Nations? Successes and Failures in Natural Resource Extraction, London: Pelgrave Macmillan.
- "Towards a more competitive manufacturing sector" (with F. Teal), 2008, In P. Collier, C. C. Soludo and C. Pattillo (eds.,) Economic Policy Options for a Prosperous Nigeria, London: Pelgrave Macmillan.