Saad GulzarÂ is a PhD candidate in Political Science at New York University. He studies the political economy of development and governance in South Asia, using field experiments and data from large government programs. His research is forthcoming at the American Political Science Review. Saad is a student fellow at the Association for Analytical Learning about Islam and Muslim Societies, and a graduate fellow at the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan. Before starting graduate school, he was a Pakistan economist at the International Growth Center.
Gulzar has a BSc in Economics from Lahore University of Management Sciences and completed his graduate studies in public policy at Columbia University and the National University of Singapore.