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Muhammad Salihu

Research student

Muhammad Salihu

Office Hours:

Wednesday - 12 to 1pm

Research Interests

My research interests revolve around the determinants of tactical redistributive policies in the developing world. I aim to analyse institutional and political incentives structures in public service delivery process within developing countries. Specifically, my field of interest include:

  • Political/Public Economics
  • Micro-econometric theory and practice
  • Applied micro-economic theory.

 

Research Grants

Federal Government of Nigeria TETFUND Awards, 2013

Santander Formula Scholarship, 2014 and 2016

LUMS Ph.D. Conference grants 

Supervised By

Dr Emanuele Bracco and Dr Jean-Francois Maystadt

Other Interests and Hobbies

Reading, Horse racing and Golf

Current Teaching

Tutor: ECON101 - Principles of Economics A

          ECON229 - Applied Economics

          ECON323 - Public Economics

 

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