Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Macroeconomics
MA Economics Program Director, Department of Economics, School of Social Sciences, The University of Manchester
Arthur Lewis Building, Manchester M13 9PL; Tel: +44 (0) 161 275 4829; Fax: +44 (0) 161 275 4822; Email: email@example.com
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I am a Macro-Development Economist, interested in the causes and consequences of growth and development. I work on the impacts of human capital, governance (corruption), government policy, and trade liberalisation on economic growth and productivity, the channels of their impact, and their reverse causality. I develop dynamic general equilibrium models to explain the persistence of poverty in certain countries, and empirically I test these using dynamic panel data models and threshold models.
I received PhD degree in Economics from The University of Manchester in 2002. Prior to joining Manchester in 2005, I have been a Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham (2003 – 2005), a Lecturer and an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow at Manchester (2001 – 2003). I am currently a Research Fellow of Centre for Growth and Business Cycles Research (CGBCR) at the University of Manchester.
My research interests include
Economic Development and Growth Theory, Trade Liberalization, and Applied
Macroeconomics with the application of time series and panel data models. My
current work includes the investigation of the relationship between government
policies, governance, trade liberalization and economic growth; causes and
consequence of corruption; financial development, innovation and
regulation; explaining the heterogeneous effects of human capital on
growth; both from theoretical and empirical perspectives.
I also work on the comparative impact of global financial crisis on Islamic Banks and Traditional Banks in GCC countries.
Research Consultancy and Invited Speaker:
2015: Invited Speaker at OECD Integrity Forum on "Curbing Corruption and Investing in Growth", 25 – 26 March 2015.
2012: Visiting Scholar at Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI) at Islamic Development Bank (IDB), Jeddah.
2007: “Fiscal Data Management and Growth Analysis”, A Joint Training Program of World Bank and Ministry of Finance of People’s Republic of China.
2009 - to date: Reviewer of Qatar National Research Fund for Islamic Economics and Finance Project Proposals.
2017 'Threshold Effects of Human Capital: Schooling and Economic Growth', Economics Letters, Volume 156, July, Pages 48–52 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2017.04.014). New!
2015: 'Why does Public Investment fail to raise economic growth in some countries?: The role of corruption', Manchester School, Volume 83, Issue 6, December, Pages 623–651 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/manc.12068).
2011: 'Endogenous Dectection in a Simple Model of Corruption and Growth', Global Journal of Finance and Economics, 8 (2), 101 – 118.
2011: 'Public Expenditures, Bureaucratic Corruption and Economic Development', Manchester School, Vol 79 No. 3 405–428 (With Blackburn, K. and Bose, N).
2010: 'Endogenous Corruption in Economic Development, Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 37 No. 1, pp. 4 - 25 (With Blackburn, K. and Bose, N).
2009: 'Corruption Clubs: Endogenous Thresholds in Corruption and Development', Economics of Governance, 2009, Vol 10, No. 4, pp 345-373 (With Kneller, R.).
2009: 'Revenue Enhancing Trade Liberlization in Developing Countries', Economics Bulletin, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 2275-2281 (With Arijit Mukherjee).
2007: “A contribution to the Empirics of Press Freedom and Bureaucratic Corruption”, European Journal of Political Economy, 23, 838–862 (with R. Kneller and S. Freille)
2007: “Public Expenditure and Economic Growth: A Disaggregated Analysis for Developing Countries”, Manchester School, Vol 75, No. 5, 533 – 556 (with N. Bose and D. Osborn), Data set.
2006: “The Incidence and Persistence of Corruption in Economic Development”, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 30 (12), December, 2447-2467 (with Blackburn, K. and Bose, N.)
2005: “On the revenue implications of trade liberalization under imperfect competition”, Economics Letters, 88 (1), 27 – 31 (with A. Mukherjee)
2005: “Causality between Public Investment in Transport and Communication and Economic Growth”,Journal of Economic Development, 30 (1), 1 – 12 (with N. Bose)
2004: “The Composition of Public Expenditure and Economic Growth in Developing Countries”, Global Journal of Finance and Economics, 1 (1), 97 – 117.
1998: “Urbanization: Its Extent and Impact on the Economy of Bangladesh”, The Journal of Bangladesh National Geographical Association, vol. 9 & 10, 1998, p 50 – 68 (with D. Akbar)
1996: “Achievement of Self-Reliance: Problems in Measurement - A Case Study of Bangladesh”,Thoughts on Economics, Vol. 6, No. 2, Apr - June 1996, pp 54 – 78.
1996: “Urbanization and the Emergence of Informal Sector in Bangladesh”, The Journal of Geography, Issue 15, 1996, p 19 – 40.
1995: “Budget Restructuring: The Necessity for Better Understanding of the Self-Reliance Issue”, Asian Affairs, Vol. 17, No. 4, Oct - Dec 1995, pp 64 – 82.
Invited Review on Paying Bribes for Public Services: A Global Guide to Grass-Roots Corruption, by Richard Rose and Caryn Peiffer - on why hard information is the best way to stop the backhanders, Times Higher Education, May 28th 2015.
Haque, M.Emranul, Mukherjee, A., Senalp, B. (2017). 'Trade cost reduction and foreign direct investment in a vertical structure', CESifo Working Papers No. wp6689 New!
Ahsan, H., Blackbur, K., Haque, M.E., (2017). 'Corruption in a Model of Human Capital and Income Distritubion' New!
Bhatti, A.A., Haque, M.E, Osborn, D.R.,(2015). 'Threshold Effects of Inequality on the Process of Economic Growth', Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 205.
Haque, M.E., Atiq, Z. (2015). 'Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Role of Financial Liberalization', Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 201.
Bhatti, A.A., Haque, M.E, Osborn, D.R.,(2013). 'Is the Growth Effect of Financial Development Conditional on Technological Innovation?', Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 188.
Haque, M.E., Hussain, B. (2013): 'Where Does Education Go?: The Role of Corruption' , Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 179
Haque, M.E., (2012). 'Unproductive Education in a Model of Corruption and Growth', Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 178.
Haque, M.E., Keller, R., (2012). 'Why Public Investment fails to raise economic growth in some countries?: The role of corruption', Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 162.
Haque M.E., Neanidis K.C., (2009). 'Fiscal Transparency and Corruption', Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 114.
Blackburn, K., Neanidis,K.C., Haque, M.E., (2008). 'Corruption, Seigniorage and Growth: Theory and Evidence', Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 103.
Haque, M.E., Kneller, R., (2008). 'Public Investment and Growth: The Role of Corruption', Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 98.
With Kneller, R., (2007). 'Corruption and Development: A test for Non-linearities', Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 92.
Haque, M.E., (2005). 'Endogenous Probability of Detection in a Simple Model of Corruption and Growth'. GEP Research Paper 05/08, The University of Nottingham.
Haque, M.E. and Kim, D.H. (2003). ‘Public Investment in Transportation and Communication and Growth:A Dynamic Panel Approach’, Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research Discussion Paper Series, University of Manchester, No. 31
Works in Progress:
With Indranil Dutta: Good Education, Bad Educaiton - Randomised Control Trial
With Indranil Dutta and Simon Peters: Ethnic Discrimination in UK Labour Market
With Simon Peters and Ali Raza: Trade Liberalization, Growth and Inequality: Non-linearity and Thresholds
With Humna Ahsan: Threshold Effects of Human Capital and Growth
With Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman: Do Poor People Demand Caring Governments in Developing Countries? An Evidence from Social Safety Net Programs in Bangladesh
With Babar Hussain and Denise Osborn: Does Institution Complement Human Capital in Generating Economic Growth?
With Arshad Bhatti and Denise Osborn: Transition from Physical to Human Capital with Development: A Threshold Analysis.
With Arshad Bhatti and Denise Osborn: Is R&D substitute or complement of Financial Development for Economic Growth?
With Arijit Mukherjee: Tariff Reduction and Foreign Direct Investment
With Sugata Ghosh: Corruption, Bureaucratic Efficiency and Economic Growth
Dong Heon Kim
My PhD Students: