PROF. DR. USMAN MUSTAFAJun 15, 2022 2022-06-15 5:32
PROF. DR. USMAN MUSTAFA
PROF. DR. USMAN MUSTAFA
HOD (Rtd), PIDE, Islamabad Pakistan
Professor Dr. Usman Mustafa is presently working as Team Leader, PM, National Project on Irrigated Water Channel (NPIWC-II) and also Barani Water Conservation project, ME&I Component, MFS&R, GoP. He served as Senior Consultant with Pakhtunkhwa Economic Policy Research Institute (PEPRI), AWK University, Mardan. Before this he worked as Professor/Joint Director/Chief (Project), and HoD Management Studies at Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE). He has more than 40 years of meritorious research, teaching and development services record, in different International/National Organizations, Programs/projects. He got his PhD and MS in Economics from IRRI/University of Philippines at Los Banos (UPLB) during 1991 and 1987, respectively. Beside these he too completed his Post Doctorate from AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center, Taiwan. Where he produced “Food Chain Analysis: Setting Research Priorities in Asia”. He is a regular resource at NIM on “Food Security and Agriculture”. Dr. Mustafa, also act as Advisor/ Coordinator of “Building Coalitions for Change to Implement Pro-Poor Environmental Fiscal Reform (EFR) Project”, IUCN/PIDE. Is the first type of EFR research and project activity in Asia. He advised 15 MPhil (Environmental Economics) dissertations at PIDE. Teaching “Environmental Issues and Policies of Pakistan” and “Sustainable Development and Economic Policy” to MS/MPhil, students in Department of Environmental Economics, at PIDE, Islamabad, Pakistan. Recently published produced chapter on “The Impact of Climate Change on the Agricultural Sector of Pakistan: Status, Consequences, and Adoption Options” published by Springer, 2021.
Dr. Mustafa has the expertise in economics and environment. He has also been an active member of different international/national social and academic organizations. He has more than 75 research publication on his credit.
Following are books chapters on Agriculture:
1. Mustafa U. 2021. “Role of Agriculture Sector for Attaining Sustainable Development Goal’s” for “Innovative Solutions – SDGs” – SDC 2019. Sustainable Development Policy Research Institute (SDPI), Islamabad. Sustainable Development Policy Research Institute (SDPI) and Sang-e-Meel.
2. Mustafa U., Mirza Barjees Baig, & Gary S. Straquadine. 2021. “The Impact of Climate Change on the Agricultural Sector of Pakistan: Status, Consequences, and Adoption Options” – for a book “Building Resilience for Food and Water Security Face to Climate Change and Biodiversity Decline – Perspectives from Asia, Middle-East and Africa” –SPRINGER. Forth coming.
3. Mustafa U, Umer Farooq. 2020. “Pakistan National Innovation System for Agriculture and Rural Development: Challenges and Opportunities.” In Lakhwinder Singh and Anita Singh (Edi.) “Agriculture Innovation System in Asia: Towards Inclusive Rural Development.” Routledge India member of the Taylor and Francis Group, 912 Tolstoy House, 15-17 Tolstoy Marg, 2 & amp;4 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 4RN.
4. Mustafa U, A. Qudus. 2010. “Globalizations and its Impacts on Agriculture, Food Security and Well Being of People in Pakistan”. In Gill S. S., Lakhwinder Singh and Reena Marwah (Edi.) “Economic and Environmental Sustainability of the Asian Region”. Routledge India member of the Taylor and Francis Group, 912 Tolstoy House, 15-17 Tolstoy Marg, New Delhi 110 001, India.
5. Mustafa U., M. Ali, and Ir. Heny Kuswanti. 2006. Chapter on Indonesia. In M. Ali (Ed.) “Food Chain Analysis: Setting Research Priorities in Asia” AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center. GTZ. P.O. Box 42, Shanhua, Tainan, Taiwan 74199, ROC. pp 145-196. http://www.avrdc.org/pdf/TB38/TB38_FactSheets.pdf
6. Mustafa U., M. Ali, T. Satapornvorasak, and O. Dissataporn. 2006. Chapter on Thailand. In M. Ali (Ed.) “Food Chain Analysis: Setting Research Priorities in Asia”. AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center. GTZ. P.O. Box 42, Shanhua, Tainan, Taiwan 74199, ROC. pp 197-245 http://www.avrdc.org/pdf/TB38/TB38_FactSheets.pdf
A. International Journals/Periodic:
1. Khatak M. S. & U. Mustafa. 2019. “Management competencies, complexities and performance in engineering infrastructure projects of Pakistan”,Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, https://doi.org/10.1108/ECAM-05-2017-0079
2. Hussain A. and U. Mustafa. 2017. “Impact of Variable Climatic Patterns on the Values of Agricultural Lands in Punjab Pakistan”. Journal of Agricultural Research. Vo 55 (3), (July-September 2017 Issue).
3. Ahmed Riaz and Usman Mustafa. 2016. “Impact of CPEC Projects on Agriculture Sector of Pakistan: Infrastructure and Agricultural Output Linkages”. The Pakistan Development Review (PDR). 55:4. Islamabad, Pakistan.
4. Ahmed Riaz and.U. Mustafa. 2016. “Quantification of Socio Economic Deprivations of Urban Slums: A Case Study from Faisalabad”. Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, Applied Economics Research Centre (AERC), Karachi. Special Issue 2016.
5. S. Akhtar, A. Saboor, A. Q. Mohsan, F. U. Hassan, A. Hussain, N. Khurshid, A. U. Khan, U. Mustafa and I. Hassan. 2015. “Poverty Dynamics of Rural Punjab and Over Time Changes.” J. Anim. Plant Sci. 25(2): 2015.
6. Muhammad Touseef-Ur-Rehman & Usman Mustafa & Humayun Rashid, 2015. “Trends of Income Inequality and Polarisation in Pakistan for the Period 1990-2008,” The Pakistan Development Review, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, vol. 54(4), pages 447-467. IF 0.103.
7. Awan F. and Mustafa U. 2015. “Institutional Governance, Aid and Economic Growth: A Case of South Asian Countries”. European Journal of Business Research: 1945-2977, Vol. 15, Number 1, 2015.
8. Ahmed Riaz, Usman Mustafa, and Atta Ullah Khan. 2015. “Socio-economic Status of Transferred and Non Transferred Urban Slums: A Case Study from Faisalabad”. Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, vol. 54(4), pages 947-962, IF 0.103.
9. Awan F. and Mustafa U. 2013. “Key factors Contributing to Agricultural Growth in Pakistan: An application of Time Series Analysis.” Journal of Agricultural Economics and Development. Vol. 1(2), pp. 006-013, January 2013. IF 1.0597.
10. Mustafa, Usman. 2013. “Determinants and Implications of Major Conflicts in Pakistan”. Millennial Asia, SAGE Publication, 4(1) 67-86.
11. Ali R. and U. Mustafa. 2012. “External Debt Accumulation and its Impact on Economic Growth in Pakistan”. The Pakistan Development Review (PDR). 51:4. Page No. 79-96.
12. Saeed Zohaib, U. Mustafa, H. Hina and Shazia Saeed. 2012. “Agricultural Productivity Impact of a Mini-Dam: A Case Study of Ziarat, Balochistan”. The Pakistan Development Review (PDR). 51:4. Page 277-287.
13. Memon Junaid Alam and U. Mustafa. 2012. “Emerging Issues in the Implementation of Irrigation and Drainage Sector Reforms in Sindh Province of Pakistan”. The Pakistan Development Review (PDR). 51:4. Page 289-300.
14. Quddus Muhammad A. and U. Mustafa. 2011. “Comparative Advantage of Major Crops Production in Punjab: An Application of Policy Analysis Matrix”. The Lahore Journal of Economics: Vol. 16 – 1, 2011.pp 63-84.
15. Dino Allah, Mustafa, U., and Shazad Khuram. 2011. “Solid Waste Management – Analysis Waste Generation: A Case Study of Rawalpindi City, Pakistan.” ECONSPEAK, The Journal of Sri Krishna Research & Educational Consortium. Vol 1:3 (September, 2011) ISSN 2231-4571, 265-277. IF 6.737.
16. Mustafa U. and A. Qudus. 2008. “Globalization Driven Policies in Agriculture: An Impact Analysis”. Lahore Journal of Policy Studies. Vo.2 No.1. September 2008. pp 83-100.
17. Amjad Rashid, G. M. Arif, and U. Mustafa. 2008. “Does the Labour Market Structure Explain Differences in Poverty in Rural Punjab?” Lahore Journal of Economics. Special Edition: September 2008. pp 139-162. http://www.lahoreschoolofeconomics.edu.pk/JOURNAL/Special%20Edition%202008/speical2008.html
18. Mustafa U. 2007. “Environmental Fiscal Reforms and Decentralization for Sustainable Development and Poverty Eradication”. The Pakistan Development Review (PDR). 46:4. pp 1087-1103. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/PDR/2007/Volume4/1087-1103.pdf
19. Mirajul Haq, U. Mustafa, and I. Ahmad. 2007. “Household’s Willingness to Pay for Safe Drinking Water: A Case Study of Abbottabad”. The Pakistan Development Review (PDR) 46:4. PP 1137-1153. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/PDR/2007/Volume4/1137-1153.pdf
20. Mustafa U., K. Abbas, and A. Saeed. 2005. Enhancing Vocational Training for Economic Growth in Pakistan. The Pakistan Development Review (PDR), V. 44 # 4. pp 567-584. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/PDR/2005/Volume4/567-584.pdf
21. Sharif, M., U. Mustafa, W. Malik and M. Iqbal. 2002. “Land Distribution and Renewal of Sustainable Economic Activities for Rural Poverty Alleviation in Pakistan”. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. 1560-8530/2002/04-3- Page 413-419. IF 0.89.
22. Mustafa, U., W. Malik and M. Sharif. 2001. “Globalization and Its Implications on Agricultural, Food Security and Poverty in Pakistan”. The Pakistan Development Review (PDR), V.40 # 4. pp 767-786. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/PDR/2001/Volume4/767-786.pdf
23. Mustafa, U. and M. A. Mir. 1999. “Sustaining Economic Development by Reforming Basic Institutions through Community participation”. The Pakistan Development Review (PDR), V.38 # 4. pp 1233-1246. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/PDR/1999/Volume4/1233-1246.pdf
24. Rodriguez A, N. A. Shah, M. Afzal, U. Mustafa and I. Ali. 1996. “Is Water-harvesting in Valley Floors a Viable Option for Increasing Cereal Production in Highland Balochistan, Pakistan? Experimenta; Agriculture, Elsevier Scuence B.V. Vol 32. pp 305-315. IF 0.4. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract;jsessionid=81F0F8A7286B333B1F2F23B28D2DF850.tomcat1?fromPage=online&aid=1623148
25. Mustafa, U., P. L. Pingali and J. C Flin. 1995. “Intensification Induced Degradation of Irrigated Infrastructure: The Case of Waterlogging and Salinity in Pakistan in Pakistan”. The Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 34, No. 4. pp 733-750.
26. Rodriguez, A., I. Ali, M. Afzal, N. A. Shah, and U. Mustafa. 1995. Price Expectation of Sheep and Goats by Producers and Intermediaries in Quetta Market, Pakistan. Agricultural Economics. Elsevier Scuence B.V. 12 . pp 79-90. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0169515094000203
27. Mustafa, U., C. F. Habito, and B. J. Duff. 1993. “Macro-level Income and Employment Effects of Rice Farm Mechanization”. Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America (Japan) Vol. 24. No. 1. pp 45-50. IF 0.20
28. Mustafa, U. 1993. “Simulation Model for Distributions of Crop Yields Based on Farmer Perception – A Case Study from Highland Balochistan, Pakistan”. The Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 33, No. 4, Winter, pp 799-806. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/PDR/1993/Volume4/799-808.pdf
29. Mustafa, U. 1992. “Consumption Linkages of Mechanical Wheat Production in Pakistan”. The Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 31, No. 4, pp 929-936. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/PDR/1992/Volume4/929-938.pdf
30. Mustafa, U. 1988. “Impact of Farm Mechanization on Crop Production in Pakistan”. Regional Net Work for Agricultural Machinery Newsletter, Manilla, Philippines. No. 32, ISS No. 115-5296. pp 6-7.
31. Afzal, M., U. Mustafa and M. T. Ahmad. 1983. “Status of Selected Tillage Implements at the Progressive Farms in Pakistan”. Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America (Japan) XIV, (2). pp 62-64 (Spring). IF 0.20.