Hasin Yousaf

Lecturer

School of Economics - PhD, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

About Hasin

Hasin is an applied microeconometrician with interests in political economy and public economics, with additional interest in development economics and urban economics. In his current research, Hasin uses different empirical approaches to understand: 1) impact of events that make an issue more salient on political preferences; 2) the role of state capacity in competition between the state and violent organizations; 3) local economic and housing market consequences of relocation of high skilled individuals; 4) how political endorsements by special interest groups impact the political preferences and outcomes.

You can find more more information on Hasin's research and teaching interest on his website: https://sites.google.com/site/hasinyousaf08/home

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