Senior Economist @ U.S. Department of the Treasury
Economist @ US Department of Energy
Project Team Leader/Economic Adviser @ U.S. Census Bureau
MS, International Finance @
Indiana State University
Experienced economist. I have been in US academe and Federal Government over a 35 year period. Taught full-time: economics, corporate finance, financial economics, econometrics, and development economics at the undergraduate and graduate levels for 15 years at various US institutions of higher learning. In the US Federal Government have worked in 4 departments/agencies over the past 20
Experienced economist. I have been in US academe and Federal Government over a 35 year period. Taught full-time: economics, corporate finance, financial economics, econometrics, and development economics at the undergraduate and graduate levels for 15 years at various US institutions of higher learning. In the US Federal Government have worked in 4 departments/agencies over the past 20 years. Have researched in areas ranging from the economics of telecommunication to energy economics with macroeconomics, financial economics, and development economics thrown in between.
For 4 years served as an economic adviser to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on economics statistics. Through the United Nations Development Program have provided technical assistance several times to the Government of Pakistan.
Senior Economist @ Macroeconomist. Work in the Office of Economic Policy headed by an Assistant Secretary who is essentially the Chief Economist for the Treasury Department. As an expert in macroeconomics, policy modeling, energy economics, and econometrics, write papers, briefings, and memos to and for senior policy officials in the Department concerning macroeconomic and energy developments in the U.S.
Participate in the interagency process (alongwith staff of OMB and the President's Council of Economic Advisers), for developing economic forecasts for the US Economy. These are used in preparation of the Federal Budget and Mid-Session Budget Reviews. From August 2008 to Present (7 years 3 months) Washington, DCEconomist @ Engaged in international and domestic macroeconomic forecasting and energy/climate change policy analyses. Employing domestic and international economic models developed consistent and comprehensive short-term (2 years) and medium-term (25 years) baseline and alternative forecasts of macroeconomic aggregates such as GDP, national income, industrial output, employment, national expenditures, international trade, exchange rates, interest rates, and prices. Economic forecasts are used by the EIA to develop its periodic short-term and medium-term projections of energy markets for both the United States and the world.
•Employing appropriate economic tools and models, participated in a variety of cross-cutting energy/economics studies analyzing and assessing the potential impacts of proposed energy-related legislation, climate policies, and events on the U.S. and international economy.
•Wrote papers, briefings, and memos to and for senior policy officials in EIA concerning U.S. and international macroeconomic developments. From December 2000 to August 2008 (7 years 9 months) Project Team Leader/Economic Adviser @ Headed Census Bureau's technical assistance project in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia under the auspices of the U.S. Treasury/Saudi Arabian Ministry of Finance jointly sponsored U.S./Saudi Arabian Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation (JECOR).
Functioned as chief economics statistics advisor at the Central Department of Statistics (CDS), Saudi Arabia’s main collector and publisher of economic and demographic information.
Advised and provided technical assistance to CDS’ National Accounts, Production Sectors, Price Statistics, and Foreign Trade Statistics Divisions in improving existing data programs and developing new ones. Programs included the U.N. Systems of National Accounts, 1993 (SNA 93), several annual establishment surveys, the 1998 Household Income Expenditures Survey, and the1999 Labor Force Survey. From September 1996 to October 2000 (4 years 2 months) Financial Analyst @ At the Industry Analysis Division tracked and analyzed financial performance of telecommunication companies. From May 1995 to August 1996 (1 year 4 months) Washington, DCAssociate Professor @ At the undergraduate level taught Principles and upper-level courses in Macroeconomics and Microeconomics, Money and Banking, International Financial Institutions, International Finance, and Statistics.
Taught M.A./Ph. D. courses in Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Development Economics, and International Finance.
Served on doctoral dissertation committees. From September 1985 to August 1992 (7 years) Washington D.C. Metro AreaAssistant Professor @ In a small department taught undergraduate courses in economics, corporate finance, and management. From September 1981 to June 1985 (3 years 10 months) Richmond, Indiana
Ph.D., Economics @ McMaster University From 1974 to 1981 MS, International Finance @ Indiana State University From 1973 to 1974 Business and Economics @ Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania From 1970 to 1972 B.A. Honours, English Literature @ University of the Punjab, Lahore From 1967 to 1970 High School, arts and sciences @ Lawrence College, Ghora Gali, Murree From 1956 to 1965 Nasir Khilji is skilled in: Economics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Economic Policy, Statistics, Government, International Economics, Analysis, Policy, Development Economics, Microeconomics, Economic Development, Policy Analysis, Public Policy, Financial Economics, Stata, Corporate Finance, Monetary Economics, International Trade, Forecasting, Economic Research, Monetary Policy, Energy, International Finance, International..., SAS, Quantitative Analytics, Eviews, Environmental Economics, Economy, Quantitative Analysis, Data Analysis, Research
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