Adeel Malik

The Globe Fellow in the Economies of Muslim Societies and Associate Professor, University of Oxford

Adeel Malik is a development macroeconomist with a strong multi-disciplinary orientation. His research focuses on long-run development, political economy, and economic history, with a special emphasis on Muslim societies. Combining quantitative and qualitative research methods, he engages in cross-country empirical studies on development. Notably, his recent article on ‘The Economics of the Arab Spring’ received the Best Paper Award and has been translated into Arabic and other languages, gaining recognition in The Economist magazine. Dr. Malik also explores the interplay between religion, land, and politics in Pakistan as part of an IFPRI-funded project. He holds the Globe Fellowship in the Economies of Muslim Societies at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies and serves as an associate editor of the Palgrave Dictionary of Economics (Middle East Economics and Finance). His research on the Middle East’s political economy has been featured in CNN, Fortune Magazine, and other prominent media outlets.

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