CURRICULUM VITAE
OF
DR. KHALID MUSTAFA
I. GENERAL PARTICULARS
Name Dr. Khalid Mustafa
Father's Name Dr. Hafiz Abdul Qayyum...
III: FORMAL TRAINING
Sr.
No
.
Name and Place of
Institution
Certificate
/ Diploma
Years Attended
Research Area
1. Universi...
VI) ACADEMIC DISTINCTIONS
1. Was awarded XIIIth Star Award 2002 and declared as “Star Laureate 2002” by
South Asia Publica...
X) TEACHING (POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE LEVELS)
a.) POSTGRADUATE COURSES
1. Entrepreneurship
2. Supply Chain Managemen...
4. Mustafa, K. (1993). “Agricultural cooperatives in Pakistan: Problems and Policy
Options” Journal of Rural Development a...
21. Mustafa, K. (2003) Barriers against Agricultural Exports from Pakistan: The Role of
WTO Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agr...
36 Tanzeel, S, K. Mustafa and A. Shahzadi (2011) An Econometric Analysis of Factors
Affecting Export of Citrus (Kinnow) fo...
WTO Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement. Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 42,
No.4 PP 487-510
14. Aurangzeb, M, Khan, Na...
8. Badar, H. & K. Mustafa. (2008). “The Role of Middlemen in Agricultural Marketing: Myths
& Reality. The Pakistan and Gul...
F) PAPERS PRESENTED IN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES/SEMINARS
1. Mustafa, K. (1995) ‘Ushr, Social Welfare and Development: A C...
Agricultural Research Board, Department of Agriculture, Government of the Punjab,
Agriculture House, 29 November, Lahore, ...
Pakistan’s’ Agriculture’, Paper read at ‘7th
World Congress on Environment
Management’,10-12 June, S M Convention Centre, ...
Management, World Environment Foundation, 7-8 July, New Delhi, India.
31. Mustafa, K. (2014) “GSP + and its Impact on Paki...
Exports from Pakistan’ (2007). Project funded by Pakistan Agricultural Research
Council, Government of Pakistan
I ) Govern...
J) Number of PhDs' / MBA/ M.Sc (Honours) Theses Supervised at University of Agriculture,
Faisalabad
Sr.
No.
Name of the St...
XV) VISITS ABROAD
16
COUNTRY FROM TO PURPOSE
Italy, India ,
Bangladesh,
Srilanka
September
1982
September
1983
To collect data for Ph.D. thesis...
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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE OF DR. KHALID MUSTAFA I. GENERAL PARTICULARS Name Dr. Khalid Mustafa Father's Name Dr. Hafiz Abdul Qayyum Date of Birth 02-02-1953 Address for Correspondence 29-W-1, Madina Town, Faisalabad, Pakistan E-Mail drkmustafa@hotmail.com Phones: Res. +92- 41-8543216 Cell: +92-300-6647657 II: ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS Sr. No. DEGREE/SPECIALIZATION YEAR INSTITUTION DIVISIO N MARKS 1. PhD. (Marketing & Agribusiness) 1992 University of Glasgow, UK - - 2. M.Sc. (Hons.) (Agricultural Economics) 1976 University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. Ist 787/1000 3. B.Sc. (Hons.) (Agricultural Economics) 1973 University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. Ist 2015/3000 4. F.Sc. (Science Subjects) 1970 West Pakistan Agriculture University, Lyallpur Pakistan. Ist 1437/2050 5. Secondary School Certificate (Science Group) 1968 Sargodha Board (Punjab) Pakistan Ist 608/1000
  2. 2. III: FORMAL TRAINING Sr. No . Name and Place of Institution Certificate / Diploma Years Attended Research Area 1. University of Oxford, UK Post-Doc. 2001 Marketing Institutions and Development 2. University of Humboldt Germany Post-Doc. 2006 International Trade 3. University of Queensland, Australia Certificate 2007 Mango supply chain Management IV) EMPLOYMENT S.NO Position Held Period From To 1. Professor, Department of Business Administration, University of Sargodha, Sargodha 05-08-2013 28.05.2014 2. Professor, Institute of Business Management Sciences University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 19.02.2011 01-02-2013 3. Professor, Department of Marketing &Agribusiness, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 30.10.2006 18.02.2011 4. Associate Professor, Department of Marketing& Agribusiness, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan 07.05.2001 29.10.2006 5. Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Marketing, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan 13.04.1991 06.05.2001 6. Assistant Chief, Punjab Agri. Research & Coordination Board, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan 01.12.1988 12. 4.1991 7. Manager (Marketing), Agro Promotion (Pvt.) Ltd. Pakistan 05.11.1986 30.11.1988 8. Lecturer, Department of Farm Management, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. 09.08.1976 28.09.1983 V) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE S.N O Position Held Period From To 1. Chairman, Department of Business Administration, University of Sargodha, Sargodha 10-09-2013 28.05.2014 2. Director, Institute of Business Management Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 19-02-2011 01-02-2013 3. Chairman, Department of Marketing &Agribusiness, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. 11.08.2002 18-02-2011 4. Incharge, Data Processing Unit, Faculty of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. 01.01.2002 1.12.2004 2
  3. 3. VI) ACADEMIC DISTINCTIONS 1. Was awarded XIIIth Star Award 2002 and declared as “Star Laureate 2002” by South Asia Publications (SAP), Pakistan. 2. Was awarded Charles Wallace Fellowship by the University of Oxford to undertake Post-Doctoral Research at the International Centre for Development Studies, Oxford, UK. 3. Was awarded University of Glasgow International Merit scholarship to undertake studies for the degree of Ph.D. 4. Won University of Agriculture, Faisalabad Merit scholarships to pursue studies for the degrees of B.Sc (Honours) and M.Sc (Honours). 5. Secured Second position in M.Sc (Honours). 6. Stood first in B.Sc (Honours) 7. Secured second position in the University in intermediate Examination. VII) PARTICIPATION IN CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 1. Elected councilor for M.Sc. / Ph.D. Students, Students Union, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad for the year 1975-76. 2. Member, University of Agriculture Hiking and Mountaineering Club for the year, 1974-75. 3. Member, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad Table Tennis Team for the years 1972, 1974 and 1975. VIII) MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 1. Member, Marketing Association of Pakistan (MAP). 2. Member, Pakistan Society of Development Economists. 3. Member, Pakistan Association of Agricultural Social Scientists. 4. Member, Pakistan Association for the Advancement of Science. 5. Member, Society for the Advancement of Agricultural Sciences. 6. Member, Population Association of Pakistan (PAP). IX) OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1. External Referee Thesis Programme and External Editor "Economic and Financial Review", University of Economics and Technology, Karachi. 2. Member/Expert, Course Committee in Economics and Management Sciences, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan. 3. Chairman/Convener, Board of Studies, Department of Business Administration, University of Sargodha, Sargodha 4. Member, Special Faculty Board, Institute of Business Management Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 5. Member, General Council, University of Glasgow, UK. 3
  4. 4. X) TEACHING (POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE LEVELS) a.) POSTGRADUATE COURSES 1. Entrepreneurship 2. Supply Chain Management in Agribusiness 3. WTO Agreements: Marketing Concerns 4. International Marketing 5. Marketing Management 6. Agricultural Marketing Policies 7. Advanced Agricultural Marketing 8. Industrial and Agricultural Marketing b.) UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 1. Agribusiness Management 2. Factor - Product Markets in Agriculture 3. Agricultural Marketing and Price Analysis 4. Marketing of Livestock, Poultry and their Products XI) NO. OF PhDs PRODUCED: 01 XII) NO. OF MBA / M.SC (HONS.) PRODUCED: 21 XIII) RESEARCH OUTPUT 1. Research Papers: 37 2. Articles Published in Popular Magazines 10 3. Articles Published in Newspapers 06 4. Research Reports: 08 5. Papers Presented in International Conferences/Seminars: 32 6. Chapters Published in the Edited Books: 03 XIV) LIST OF PUBLICATIONS A) RESEARCH PAPERS 1. Mustafa, K. and A.S. Khan. (1977).”Demand Function for Nitrogenous Fertilizers in the Punjab 1966-1974”. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol. XIV, No. 1.PP 47-52 2. Mustafa, K and Z.A. Gill. (1981). “An Econometric Analysis of Sugarcane Production in the Punjab”, Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol. XVIII, No. (1-4).PP101-108 3. Mustafa, K. and A.S. Khan. (1982).”Sugarcane Procurement Price and its Determinants: An Economic Analysis of Time Series Data in the Punjab”, Pakistan Economic and Social Review, Vol. XX, No.1.PP 71-78 4
  5. 5. 4. Mustafa, K. (1993). “Agricultural cooperatives in Pakistan: Problems and Policy Options” Journal of Rural Development and Administration Vol. XXV, No.2. 5. Mustafa, K. (1993). “The Institution of Cooperation and the Process of Development in Punjab during the British Colonial Raj” South Asian Studies Vol. 10, No.2. PP 109-124 6. Mustafa, K (1994) “Cooperative Credit and the Rural Poor: Lessons from Experience” Journal of Rural Development and Administration Vol. XXVI, No. 4.PP 71-83 7. Mustafa, K (1995) “Conceptual issues in Defining Cooperative as an Economic organization” Journal of Rural Development and Administration Vol. XXVII, No.4 PP 77-87 8. Mustafa, K. (1997) “Agricultural Marketing Education and Training in Pakistan: Issues and options” Journal of Rural Development and Administration Vol. XXIX, No. 3.PP 40-49 9. Gill, Z.A. & K. Mustafa (1997) “Farm Area, cultivated area and irrigated area distribution in Pakistan, 1972-90” Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 34. No.1-4, PP 98-101 10. Mustafa, K. & Z.A. Gill (1998) “A Critical Appraisal of Agricultural Credit Cooperatives in Punjab.” Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 35. No.1-4, PP 39-42 11. Gill, Z.A. & K. Mustafa (1998) “Land Holding Inequalities in Punjab, 1972-90” Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 35.No.1-4,PP 48-49 12. Mustafa, K. and Z.A. Gill (1998) “Cooperatives and Development: Lessons from the Punjab Experience”. Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 37, No. 4. PP 1017-1029 13. Gill, Z.A. and K. Mustafa (1999) “Agriculture: Starving as a consequence of Shrinking Formal Credit”. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol.36 No.1-2. PP.47-49 14. Mustafa, K and Z. A. Gill (1999) “Rural Institutions and Planned Change in Agriculture: A Comparative Perspective in Two Punjabs” Pakistan Development Review Vol.38, No.4.PP 1155-1176 15. Gill, Z. A. and K. Mustafa (1999) “Rural Development in the 21st Century: Some Issue”. Pakistan Development Review, Vol.38, No.4. PP 1177-1190 16. Naeem, R. and K. Mustafa (2000) “Trends in Pakistan’s Trade with the European Community: Problems and Future perspectives” Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.7, No.1 PP 29-57 17. Mustafa, K and Z. A. Gill (2000) NGO’s Micro-finance and Poverty Alleviation: Experience of the Rural Poor in Pakistan. Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 39, No.4. PP 771-792 18. Mustafa, K. and Rashid, A. Naeem (2001) Capital Markets in Pakistan: A Critical Appraisal of their Role in Economic Development. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 8, No. 2. PP 57-79 19. Mustafa, K., Toseef Azid and Umar Burki (2002) ‘Growth, Irreversible Investment and Employment: A Case Study of Multan Industrial Estate’. Journal of Research (Humanities), Vol. 19, PP: 55-66. 20. Farooq, M. and Mustafa, K. (2003) Relationship of Flock Size, Cost of Production and Return in Broiler Breeder Stocks. Pak. J. Anim. Pl. Sci. VOL.13, No.2. PP 99-103 5
  6. 6. 21. Mustafa, K. (2003) Barriers against Agricultural Exports from Pakistan: The Role of WTO Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement. Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 42, No.4 PP 487-510 22. Hussain, A and K. Mustafa (2005) An Appraisal of Punjab Rural Support Programme in the Selected field units in Faisalabad. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture, Vol. 21, No. 1. 23. Aurangzeb, M, Khan, Naseer Ali & K.Mustafa, (2005) Utilization of Foreign Remittances in Rural N-WFP-Pakistan: A Case Study of Selected Village in District Nowshera. The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol.XIII, Nos. 1& 2. PP 197-209 24. Mustafa, K.(2005) Agricultural Marketing Policies in Pakistan: Lessons from Experience. Journal of Rural Development and Administration Vol.XXXVI, No.1-4, PP 1-19 25. Aurangzeb, M, Y. Bakhtyar and K.Mustafa (2006) Factors affecting sugarcane supply to sugar mills in Pakistan” The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. XIV, No2 , PP 29-40 26. Ahmad, B & K. Mustafa (2006) Forecasting Kinnow Production in Pakistan: An Econometric Analysis. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology, Vol.8, No.4 PP 455-458 27. Ahmad, B, K.Mustafa and M .Mehdi (2006) Forecasting Mango Export from Pakistan: An Econometric Analysis of Time Series Data. Science International, Vol.18, No.3, PP 253-256 28. Mustafa, K & Burhan Ahmad, (2006) An Econometric Model for Forecasting Export of Kinnow from Pakistan International Journal of Agriculture & Biology,Vol.8,No.4 PP 459-462 29. Ahmad. W, K. Mustafa & T. Ahmad, (2006) Factor Influencing Customer’s Preferences for Purchase of vegetable Ghee: A Comparison of two ‘ghee firms’ in Punjab. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 43(1-2) PP 82-85. 30. Naeem, A, Rashid & K. Mustafa (2007) European union’s External Trade Regime: A comparative Export Performance of Pakistan. Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, Vol. XV No. 1 PP 15-38. 31. Mustafa, K., B. Ahmad and Z. Iqbal (2007) A Forecasting Model for Export of Rice from Pakistan. The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol.XV,No.2 PP 87-94 32. Mustafa, K, M. Shah , N. Khan ,R. Khan and I. Khan (2007) Resource Degradation and Environmental Concerns in Pakistan’s’ Agriculture. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture Vol23 ,No.4 PP 1159-1168 33 Ahmed, B., K. Mustafa and M. Aurangzeb. (2008). Forecasting Rice (Paddy) Production in Pakistan: An Econometric Analysis. The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. XVI. No. 2. PP 19-26 34. Ghafoor, A, K. Mustafa, K. Mushtaq, Abedullah (2009) Cointegration and Causality: An Application to Major Mango Markets in Pakistan: The Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol. 14, No. 1.PP 85-113 35 Ghafoor, A., K. Mustafa, I. Zafar and K. Mushtaq (2010) Determinants of Mango Export from Pakistan. Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 48, No. 1. PP 105-119 6
  7. 7. 36 Tanzeel, S, K. Mustafa and A. Shahzadi (2011) An Econometric Analysis of Factors Affecting Export of Citrus (Kinnow) for Pakistan. Journal of Business and Management Sciences Vol. 1, No. 1.22-44 37 Ghafoor, A, K.Mustafa ,Zafar ,K. Mushtaq ( 2013)Determinants and Margins of Exporting Mango from Pakistan to UAE Market. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture, Vol. 29,No. 3 PP 477-484 B) PAPERS PUBLISHED IN THE REFEREED JOURNALS 1. Mustafa, K. and A.S. Khan. (1977).”Demand Function for Nitrogenous Fertilizers in the Punjab 1966-1974”. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol. XIV, No. 1.PP 47-52 2. Mustafa, K and Z.A. Gill. (1981). “An Econometric Analysis of Sugarcane Production in the Punjab”, Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol. XVIII, No. (1-4).PP101-108 3. Mustafa, K. and A.S. Khan. (1982).”Sugarcane Procurement Price and its Determinants: An Economic Analysis of Time Series Data in the Punjab”, Pakistan Economic and Social Review, Vol. XX, No.1.PP 71-78 4. Mustafa, K. (1993). “The Institution of Cooperation and the Process of Development in Punjab during the British Colonial Raj” South Asian Studies Vol. 10, No.2. PP 109-124 5. Gill, Z.A. & K. Mustafa (1997) “Farm Area, cultivated area and irrigated area distribution in Pakistan, 1972-90” Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 34. No.1-4, PP 98-101 6. Mustafa, K. & Z.A. Gill (1998) “A Critical Appraisal of Agricultural Credit Cooperatives in Punjab.” Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 35. No.1-4, PP 39-42 7. Gill, Z.A. & K. Mustafa (1998) “Land Holding Inequalities in Punjab, 1972-90” Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 35.No.1-4,PP 48-49 8. Mustafa, K. and Z.A. Gill (1998) “Cooperatives and Development: Lessons from the Punjab Experience”. Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 37, No. 4. PP 1017-1029 9. Gill, Z.A. and K. Mustafa (1999) “Agriculture: Starving as a consequence of Shrinking Formal Credit”. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol.36 No.1-2. PP.47-49 10. Mustafa, K and Z. A. Gill (1999) “Rural Institutions and Planned Change in Agriculture: A Comparative Perspective in Two Punjabs” Pakistan Development Review Vol.38, No.4.PP 1155-1176 11. Gill, Z. A. and K. Mustafa (1999) “Rural Development in the 21st Century: Some Issue”. Pakistan Development Review, Vol.38, No.4. PP 1177-1190 12. Mustafa, K and Z. A. Gill (2000) NGO’s Micro-finance and Poverty Alleviation: Experience of the Rural Poor in Pakistan. Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 39, No.4. PP 771-792 13. Mustafa, K. (2003) Barriers against Agricultural Exports from Pakistan: The Role of 7
  8. 8. WTO Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement. Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 42, No.4 PP 487-510 14. Aurangzeb, M, Khan, Naseer Ali & K.Mustafa, (2005) Utilization of Foreign Remittances in Rural N-WFP-Pakistan: A Case Study of Selected Village in District Nowshera. The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol.XIII, Nos. 1& 2. PP 197-209 15. Aurangzeb, M, Y. Bakhtyar and K.Mustafa (2006) Factors affecting sugarcane supply to sugar mills in Pakistan” The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. XIV, No2 , PP 29-40 16. Ahmad, B & K. Mustafa (2006) Forecasting Kinnow Production in Pakistan: An Econometric Analysis. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology, Vol.8, No.4 PP 455-458 17. Mustafa, K & Burhan Ahmad, (2006) An Econometric Model for Forecasting Export of Kinnow from Pakistan International Journal of Agriculture & Biology,Vol.8,No.4 PP 459-462 18. Ahmad. W, K. Mustafa & T. Ahmad, (2006) Factor Influencing Customer’s Preferences for Purchase of vegetable Ghee: A Comparison of two ‘ghee firms’ in Punjab. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 43(1-2) PP 82-85. 19. Mustafa, K., B. Ahmad and Z. Iqbal (2007) A Forecasting Model for Export of Rice from Pakistan. The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol.XV,No.2 PP 87-94 20. Ahmed, B., K. Mustafa and M. Aurangzeb. (2008). Forecasting Rice (Paddy) Production in Pakistan: An Econometric Analysis. The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. XVI. No. 2. PP 19-26 21. Ghafoor, A, K. Mustafa, K. Mushtaq, Abedullah (2009) Cointegration and Causality: An Application to Major Mango Markets in Pakistan: The Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol. 14, No. 1.PP 85-113 C) ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN THE POPULAR MAGAZINES 1. Mustafa, K and Z.A. Gill. (1980). “Role of Agricultural Economist in the Economy of Pakistan” Pakistan Agriculture Vol.3, No.1.PP 7-10 2. Mustafa, K., M. Aslam and Z.A. Gill. (1980). “Econometric Analysis of Sugar Mills’ Demand”. Pakistan Agriculture, Vol.3, No.4. PP 11-13 3. Mustafa, K. (1990). “Some Conceptual Issues in the Evaluation of Agricultural Research in Pakistan” Pakistan Agriculture Vol. XII, No.6. PP 27-28 4. Mustafa, K.(1993). “Problems and Prospects of the Cooperative Movement in Pakistan” Modern Agriculture Vol.3 No.12. PP 23-28 5. Mustafa, K (1995) “Cooperatives Dilemma: A Comparative Perspective” Economic Review Vol. XXVI, No. 10. PP 13-18 6. Mustafa, K (1996) “Ushr, Social Welfare and Development: A critical Appraisal in Pakistan “ Economic Review Vol. XXVII, Nos., 5 and 6 PP ,7-8 and 41-44 7. Mustafa, K. and A. Ghafoor (2004) Standardizing the Mango culture in Pakistan. The World Trade Review Vol. 4, No. 23 8
  9. 9. 8. Badar, H. & K. Mustafa. (2008). “The Role of Middlemen in Agricultural Marketing: Myths & Reality. The Pakistan and Gulf Economist. Vol. XXVII. No. 26. June 30-July 06, PP 23-24 9. Badar, H. & K. Mustafa. (2008). “Paradigm Improvements in Agricultural Marketing System”. The Pakistan and Gulf Economist. Vol. XXVII. No. 19. May 12-18,PP 45-46 10. Badar, H. & K. Mustafa. (2009). Entrepreneurship Imperative for Agribusiness Development in Pakistan. The Pakistan and Gulf Economist. Vol. XXVIII, NO.11, March, 16-22 D) ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN THE NEWSPAPERS 1. Mustafa, K. (1999) “Agricultural Policy-Need to Re-define Goals for the Next Millennium”. Dawn Economic and Business Review April 5-11, P. 111 2. Mustafa, K. (2002) Have the Food Departments Outlived their Utility? Dawn Economic and Business Review, April 15-21.P III 3. Mustafa, K. (2002) Land Ownership Patterns and Yields in Two Punjabs. Dawn Economic and Business Review, November 11-17.P I 4. Mustafa, K. (2003) Barriers against Agri Exports under the WTO. Dawn Economic and Business Review, September 1-7, P III 5. Mustafa, K (2005)’ Strategy for Agribusiness’ Dawn Economic & Business Review, July11-17. P III 6. Mustafa, K (2005) ‘Arresting Resource Degradation’ Dawn Economic &Business Review,August,16-21 P III E) CHAPTERS PUBLISHED IN THE EDITED BOOKS Mustafa, K (2005) ‘Resource Degradation and Environmental Concerns in Pakistan’s Agriculture’ in Ahluwalia, J S & Mehra, Uma, eds., Governance for Sustainable Development, First Edition: London: MM Publishing, World Environment Foundation. Mustafa, K (2005) ‘The Green Revolution and Rural World of Two Punjabs’ in Sulemain,Jamalludin et al eds., New Challenges Facing Asian Agriculture Under Globalization Vol. II, Perpustakaan Negera Malaysia: University Putra Malaysia Press Mustafa, K (2007) ‘Agricultural Marketing: Problems and Possible Solutions in Zahid Ata Cheema eds., Agriculture in Pakistan: Ideological and Pragmatic Perspective (ISBN: 978-969-547-007-7). Allied Book center, Urdu Bazaar, Lahore. 9
  10. 10. F) PAPERS PRESENTED IN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES/SEMINARS 1. Mustafa, K. (1995) ‘Ushr, Social Welfare and Development: A Critical Appraisal in Pakistan’, Paper presented in the 4th International Islamic Countries Conference on Statistical Sciences and 10th All Pakistan Statistical Conference, 7-9 June, Bahawalpur, Pakistan. ISOSS, Pakistan. 2. Mustafa, K. (1996) ‘Agricultural Marketing Education and Training in Pakistan: Issues and Options’. Paper read at the International Workshop on Agricultural Marketing and Education, 27-29 August, Quetta, Pakistan. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and Department of Agriculture, Baluchistan, Pakistan. 3. Mustafa, K. and Zulfiqar A. Gill, (1999) ‘Cooperatives and Development: Lessons from the Punjab Experience’. Paper presented in the 14th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Pakistan Society of Development Economists, 28-31 January, Islamabad, Pakistan. 4. Mustafa, K. and Zulfiqar A. Gill (1999) ‘Rural Institutions and Planned Change in Agriculture: A Comparative Perspective in Two Punjabs’. Paper read in the 15th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Pakistan Society of Development Economists, 5-8 November, Islamabad, Pakistan. 5. Gill, Z.A. and K. Mustafa, (1999) ‘Rural Development in the 21st Century: Some Issues’. Paper read in the 15th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Pakistan Society of Development Economists, 5-8 November, Islamabad, Pakistan. 6. Mustafa, K., Z.A. Gill and Toseef Azid (2001) ‘NGO’s Micro-Finance and Poverty Alleviation: Experience of the Rural Poor in Pakistan’. Paper read in the 16th Annual General Meeting and Conference of Pakistan Society of Development Economists, 22-24 January, Islamabad, Pakistan. 7. Mustafa, K. (2001) ‘Rural Institutions and Development in Pakistan’. Paper read in the International Seminar on “Contemporary South Asia”, 10 May, International Development Centre, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford, Oxford, U.K. 8. Mustafa, K., Qamar Mohy-ud-Din and Z.A. Gill (2001) ‘Support Price System and De-Regulation of Agricultural Prices in Pakistan: Some Explanations and Policy Options’. Paper presented at the National Seminar on “Deregulation of Agricultural Prices”, 20 October, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. 9. Mohy-ud-Din, Q. and K. Mustafa (2001) ‘Deregulation of Agricultural Prices and Their Impact on Marketing Efficiency in Pakistan’. Paper presented at the National Seminar on “Deregulation of Agricultural Prices”, 20 October, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. 10. Mustafa, K. (2002) ‘Major Implications on Pakistan’s Agriculture in WTO Scenario.’ Paper read at the one-day International Seminar on WTO, Organized by Punjab 10
  11. 11. Agricultural Research Board, Department of Agriculture, Government of the Punjab, Agriculture House, 29 November, Lahore, Pakistan. 11. Mustafa, K. (2003) ‘Beyond the Green Revolution: The Growth and Sustainability of Agriculture in the Punjab’. Paper read at the 18th Annual General Meeting and Conference of Pakistan Society of Development Economists, PIDE, January 13- 15, Islamabad, Pakistan. 12. Mustafa, K. (2003) ‘SPS Measures in Relation to Pakistan’s Conditions’. Paper read at the one-day Seminar on “WTO”, Organized Jointly by Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad and Punjab Agricultural Research Board, 21 January, Faisalabad, Pakistan. 13. Mustafa, K. (2003) ‘Population and the Rural Economy’. Paper read at the 4th Annual Population Research Conference, Organized by Population Association of Pakistan and University of Agriculture, December 9-11 Faisalabad, Pakistan. 14. Mustafa, K. (2003) ‘WTO and Its Implications on Pakistan’. Paper read at the One- Day Training Workshop on “WTO and its Impacts on Livestock, Poultry and Fisheries”, Institute of Continuing Education and Extension, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, 20 December, Lahore, Pakistan. 15. Mustafa, K. (2004) ‘Barriers against Agricultural Exports from Pakistan: The Role of WTO Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement’. Paper read at the 19th Annual General Meeting and Conference of Pakistan Society of Development Economists, PIDE, January 13-15, Islamabad, Pakistan. 16. Mustafa, K. (2004) ‘Marketing Institutions and Market Reforms in Pakistan’. Paper read at the Workshop on ‘Methods for Analyzing Markets and Market Reforms for High-Value Agriculture’ IFPRI/Asian Development Bank, , March 21-25, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 17. Mustafa, K. (2004) ‘Sustainable Agriculture in Punjab: Lessons from Experience’: Paper read at the International Conference on “Sustainable Agriculture in Punjab: Problems and Options”, Punjab Agricultural University, November, 9-11, Ludhiana, India. 18. Mustafa, K. & T. Azid (2004) ‘An Analysis of Fertilizer Subsidy in the Domestic and International Framework: A case study of Pakistan: Paper read at the Workshop on “Quantitative Methods for Domestic Market Reforms in South Asia” September, 20-24: IFPRI-University of Agriculture, Faisalabad-Asian Development Bank, 19. Mustafa, K. (2004) ‘Marketing Institutions and Development in Pakistan: Lessons from experience’: Paper read at the International Conference on Rural Markets, Institute of Development Studies, University of Mysore, 16-18 December, Mysore, India. 20. Mustafa, K. (2005) ‘Resource Degradation and Environmental Concerns in 11
  12. 12. Pakistan’s’ Agriculture’, Paper read at ‘7th World Congress on Environment Management’,10-12 June, S M Convention Centre, Palampur (HP), India 21. Mustafa, K & A. Ghafoor (2005) ‘Barriers against Export of Mango from Pakistan’ Paper read at First International Conference on Mango & Date- Palm: Culture and Export, 20-23 June, Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 22. Mustafa, K (2005) ‘The Food Marketing System Development in Pakistan: Lessons from Experience’ Paper read at the 5th International Conference of the Asian Society of Agricultural Economists (ASAE); 29-31 August; Zahedan, Iran: University of Sistan & Baluchistan . 23. Mustafa, K (2006) ‘Agricultural Marketing Reforms in Pakistan: Challenges and Policy Options’. Paper read at the International seminar on “Trade Policies in Developing Countries” at the Department of Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences, July, 7, Berlin, Germany: Humboldt University. 24. Ghafoor, A, K. Mustafa & K. Mushtaq (2007) ‘Mango Market Integration in Pakistan: Implications for Export’ Paper read at the 10th Sustainable Development Conference organized by Sustainable Policy Institute (SDPI), 10-12 December: Islamabad, Pakistan. 25. Mustafa, K. and A. Ghafoor. (2008) Impact of SPS Measures on Export of Mango from Pakistan. Paper read at the Conference on Agriculture, Trade and Development under WTO Regime, jointly organized by WTO cell, Planning and Development Dept., Govt. of Punjab and WTO Cell, University of Agriculture, 9 April, Faisalabad, Pakistan. 26 Mustafa, K. and H. Badar. (2008) Policy Options for Reforming Agricultural Marketing in Pakistan. Paper presented at National Conference on Agricultural Challenges: Opportunities and Options under Free Trade Regime, organized by WTO Cell, University of Agriculture, 28-29 May, Faisalabad, Pakistan. 27. Mustafa, K. (2009) ‘Food Markets in Pakistan: Challenges and Policy Options’, paper read at the First Food Seminar , 6th Edition of the International Food and Technology Exhibition, organized by PARC and PEGASUS, 16, April, Karachi, Pakistan. 28. Mustafa, K. (2011) Determinants of Citrus (Kinnow) Exports from Pakistan” Paper presented in the 2011 Las Vegas Global Conference on Business and Finance, 02-05 January, 2011,Las Vegas, USA. 29. Mustafa, K. and A. Ghafoor. (2011). Emerging Issues, Challenges and Options in Agribusiness Sector of Pakistan. Paper Presented at One Day International Conference on Horticulture and Agribusiness, Organized jointly by University of Agriculture, Faisalabad and Bogar University, Indonesia , March, 17 30. Mustafa, K. (2012) ‘Emerging Issues and New Frontiers in Climate Change and Corporate Concerns’. Paper presented in the 14th World Congress on Environment 12
  13. 13. Management, World Environment Foundation, 7-8 July, New Delhi, India. 31. Mustafa, K. (2014) “GSP + and its Impact on Pakistan’s Exports: Opportunity & Challenges” paper presented at Bahria University Lahore, 03 Jan 2014, Lahore: Pakistan. 32. Mustafa, K. (2014) “Impact of GSP Plus Status on Textile Industry of Pakistan” paper presented in the National Textile University Faisalabad: jointly organized by Chamber of Commerce and NTU, February 10, Faisalabad: Pakistan. G) RESEARCH REPORTS 1. Barriers against Export of Mango from Pakistan: The Role of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement. 2. Impact of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Requirements of WTO on Agricultural Exports from Pakistan. 3. Optimizing Mango supply Chain: A More Profitable Ho rticultural Enterprise in Australia and Pakistan. 4. The Wheat Marketing Activity in the Punjab. 5. Rice Marketing System in Punjab. 6. Working Capital and Finance in Subsistence Agriculture: Some Conceptual and Analytical Issues. 7. Agricultural Cooperatives: Ideology, Theory and Development: A Review Report 8. Cooperatives and the Rural Poor in Punjab: Issues and opportunities. 9. Agricultural Marketing in Pakistan: Issues and Policy Options H) RESEARCH PROJECTS Government of Pakistan Funded Projects 1. ‘Barriers against Export of Mango from Pakistan: The Role of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement’ (2006). Project funded by Pakistan Science Foundation, Government of Pakistan. 2. ‘Impact of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Requirements of WTO on Agricultural 13
  14. 14. Exports from Pakistan’ (2007). Project funded by Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, Government of Pakistan I ) Government of Australia/ACIAR Funded Projects 1. ‘Optimizing Mango supply Chain: A More Profitable Horticultural Enterprise in Australia and Pakistan’ (2010). Australia-Pakistan Agriculture Sector Linkages Programme (ASLP). Project Funded by ACIAR, Operated by University of Queensland, Australia, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad and Pakistan Horticulture Development and Export Company. 2. ‘Mango Value Chain Improvement’ (2011) Australia-Pakistan Agriculture Sector Linkages Programme (ASLP). Project Funded by ACIAR, Operated by University of Queensland, Australia, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad and Pakistan Horticulture Development and Export Company H) Title of PhD Thesis: The Institution of Cooperation, Credit and the Process of Development in the Indian and Pakistan Punjabs. I) Title of M.Sc(Honours) Thesis: The Demand for Fertilizers in Pakistan 14
  15. 15. J) Number of PhDs' / MBA/ M.Sc (Honours) Theses Supervised at University of Agriculture, Faisalabad Sr. No. Name of the Student Regd. No. Title Degree Year 1 Dr. Abdul Ghafoor 92-ag-1209 Determinants of Mango Export from Pakistan PhD (marketing & Agribusiness) 2010 2. Madeeha Zafar 2005-ag-2059 Factors Affecting Consumers Choice for Beverages in Punjab MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2011 3. Gul Naseem 2005-ag-2070 Factors Affecting Consumption of Edible Oil in Pakistan MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2011 4 Zayera Rasheed 2005-ag-2103 Comparative performance of Marketing System of Major Vegetables in Peri-urban and Rural Production areas of Faisalabad. MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2011 5 Hafiz M. Adnan 2004-ag-1738 Marketing and Pricing of Poultry Feed in District Lahore MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2010 6 Yasir Ali 2004-ag-1807 Marketing of Sheep and Goats in Punjab MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2010 7. Asma Shahzadi 2004-ag-1770 Factors Affecting Consumption of Fresh and Processed Meat MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2010 8 Fiaza Mushtaq 2004-ag-1803 Factors affecting Demand and Supply of Fresh Milk in Pakistan MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2010 9. Maqsood Asghar 2004-ag-1777 An Assessment of Wheat Marketing System in District Layyah MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2010 9 Samia Tanzeel 2004-ag-1776 Determinants of Citrus (Kinnow) Export from Pakistan MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2010 10 Munawar Hussain 2003-ag-1591 Pricing and Marketing of Sugarcane in Punjab MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2010 11 Muhammad Sultan 2002-ag-1701 Consumers Perceptions and Preferences for Fresh Fruits and vegetables in Itwar Bazar. A Case study of Faisalabad City MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2008 12 Shafiqu-ur-Rehman 2002-ag-1601 Factors affecting consumers preference to purchase Kinnow “A Case Study of Makro Wholesale Lahore MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2008 13 M. Zafar Javed 2002-ag-1596 Consumers Preferences for the Fast Food: A Case Study of Faisalabad City. MBA (Marketing & Agribusiness) 2008 14 M. Tayab Tahir 99-ag-1344 Impact of Trade Liberalization on Rice Export form Pakistan M.Sc. (Hons.) Agri Marketing 2007 15 Abdul Jabbar Naeem 99-ag-1361 Economic Assessment of Post Harvest Losses of Citrus in District Sargodha M.Sc. (Hons.) Agri Marketing 2006 16 Nasir Iqbal 99-ag-1201 Wholesale market management and operations: An Appraisal of Wholesale Fruits and Vegetable Market in Rahim Yar Khan M.Sc. (Hons.) Agri Marketing 2006 17 Abid Hussain 94-ag-1364 An Appraisal of Punjab Rural Support Programme in the Punjab M.Sc. (Hons.) Agri Marketing 2001 18 Kashif Kamran 92-ag-1104 Factors Affecting Supply and Demand for Wheat in the Punjab. M.Sc. (Hons.) Agri Marketing 2000 20 Tahir Naseem 89-ag-1140 A Critical Analysis of Marketing System for Major Vegetables in Faisalabad District M.Sc. (Hons.) Agri Marketing 1998 21 Muhammad Yousaf 90-ag-1067 An Economic Appraisals of Milk Marketing System in Faisalabad M.Sc. (Hons.) Agri Marketing 1997 22 Bashir A. Khan 89-ag-1911 Factors Determining Supply Response of Sugarcane to Sugar Industry in Punjab M.Sc. (Hons.) Agri Marketing 1997 15
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  17. 17. COUNTRY FROM TO PURPOSE Italy, India , Bangladesh, Srilanka September 1982 September 1983 To collect data for Ph.D. thesis research UK 1.5. 2001 30.6.2001 To undertake Post Doctoral research at Oxford University Bangladesh 21-03-2004 25-03-2004 To participate in ADB-IFPRI Training workshop on “ Methods for analyzing Markets & Markets Reforms for High Value Agriculture India 16-12-2004 18-12-2004 To present paper on “Marketing Institutions and Agriculture Development in Pakistan: Lessons from Experience” in the International Conference on Rural Markets, university of Mysore, India. India 09-11-2004 11-11-2004 To present paper in the Seminar on “Sustainable Agriculture in Punjab: Problems & Prospects”, Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana, India. India 10-06-2005 12-06-2005 To present paper on “Resource Degradation and Environmental Concerns in Pakistan’s Agriculture , in the 7th World Conference on “Environmental Management” Iran 29-08-2005 31-08-2005 To present paper on “ The Food Marketing System Development in Pakistan : Lessons from Experience” in the 5th international Conference of Asian Society of Agricultural Economists (ASAE) Germany 18.6.2006 5.8. 2006 Training on ‘software Development’ for International Trade Singapore 20.1.2007 22.1.2007 Training on Mango Supply Chain Management Australia 23.1. 2007 29.1.2007 Training Programme and Workshop in Supply chain Management Dubai 19.11.2007 22.11.2007 Workshop on Optimizing Mango Supply Chain Singapore 07-02-2009 14-02-2009 To Participate in the ASLP Mango Supply Chain Project Review Meeting Dubai 19-06-2009 22.06.2009 To participate in the ASLP Mango Supply Chain Project Review Meeting Australia 02-11-2009 17-11-2009 To participate in the ASLP Mango Supply Chain Project Review Meeting Vietnam 23-11-2009 27-11-2009 To participate in the APO workshop on ‘Development of competitive supply chains in Agribusiness’ United States of America 21-12-2010 20-01-2011 To present paper on “Determinants of Citrus (Kinnow) Exports from Pakistan” in the 2011 Las Vegas Global Conference on Business and Finance, 17
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