Syed Mohsin Ali Kazmi

Syed Mohsin Ali Kazmi

Senior Data Manager/Associate Research Fellow

Dr Syed Mohsin Ali has recently awarded his PhD degree in Statistics. He has done MPhil and MSc. from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. He is a highly motivated and result-oriented professional with diversified experience of over 11 years in the demographic surveys and data management. Currently, he is the Team Lead of a UNDP project at SDPI. Earlier, he has performed as Statistical Analyst with World Bank and Manager Enumeration (Cluster 2 and 3) of the National Socio-Economic Registry (NSER) Survey, Government of Pakistan. He had also been involved in processing monitoring and evaluation to ensure the international standards. He has done various assignments with World Bank, UNICEF, WFP, UNDP, DFID, DAI, FAO, AKF and NRSP. He has produced a lot of research papers on Bayesian Statistics that have been published in national and international impact factor journals. In addition, he is the visiting faculty member of School of Business Management, School of Politics and International Relations, and Department of Statistics at the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.

Related Publication

Knowledge Inadequacies in Social Protection Schemes: Engaging with Evidence (PB - 68)

Measuring Institutional Performance in Pakistan Can governance indices help? (WP - 172)

Knowledge attitude and practice survey on social protection schemes in selective districts

Impact of Human capital on Economic Growth: Evidence from Pakistan(W-162)

Migration futures in Asia and Africa: economic opportunities and distributional effects - the case of Pakistan

How Government Funds help to reduce poverty? A case study of CIF & BISP in Sindh (W - 161)

Tracking change in livelihoods, service delivery and governance: Evidence from a 2012-2015 panel survey in Pakistan (SLRC Publication)

How Does Socio-Economic Factors Force Children into Child Labour? A case study of Sahiwal district, Punjab, Pakistan (W - 150)

Taxation by Misrepresentation

Surveying livelihoods, service delivery and governance: baseline evidence from Pakistan - (W - 142)

Poverty and Social Impact Analysis (PSIA) Chief Minister’s Initiative for Primary Healthcare District Lodhran, Punjab – Pakistan

Taxation by Misrepresentation A Comparative Study of Public Representatives' Income & Tax Declarations for 2012

Understanding the Dynamics of Conflict and Peacebuilding in Pakistan

Role of Women in Crop Production and Livestock Farming: A Case Study of Six Villages of Jhelum district, Pakistan (W-134)

Political Barometer - A study of public opinion - voters’ preferences and political parties popularity across Pakistan Phase-II

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