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عباس میرآخور

Abbas Mirakhor

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Retired on January. 31. 2008

1990-2008: Executive Director representing Afghanistan, Algeria, Ghana, Iran, Morocco, Pakistan, and Tunisia on the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

1997-2008: The Dean Of the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund

1987-90    Senior Economist, International Monetary Fund.

1984-87    Economist, International Monetary Fund.

1983-84    Professor of Economics, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida.

 

1982-83    Professor of Economics and Chairman of Department of Graduate Studies and Research, School of Business, Alabama A&M University, Normal, Alabama.

 

1980-82    Professor of Economics, Alabama A&M University.

 

1978-79    Professor of Economics and Academic Vice-Chancellor, AzZahara University, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran.

1977-79    Professor and Chairman of Department of Economics, AzZahara University, Tehran, Iran.

1972-77    Associate Professor and Chairman of Department of Economics and Business Administration, University of Alabama in Huntsville.

1968-72    Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Alabama in Huntsville.

 

EDUCATION

 

B.A. (1965), M.A. (1966), and Ph.D. (1969) in Economics, Kansas State University.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

The Recent Crisis: Lessons for Islamic Finance. with Noreddine Krichene. IFSB Second Public Lecture on Financial Policy and Stability. 2009. Kuala Lumpur.

The stability and Resilience of Islamic Finance. With Hossein Askari, Zamir Iqbal and Noureddine Krichene.  John Wiley, Asia. Forthcoming, 2009.

Globalization and Islamic Finance. With Hossein Askari and Zamir Iqbal. John Wiley, Asia. Forthcoming 2009.

Islam and Development: An Institutional Perspective. With Idris Samawi Hamid. Global Scholarly Publications, New York. Forthcoming 2009.

New Issues in Islamic Banking and Finance: Progress and Challenges. Published with Hossein Askari and Zamir Iqbal. Published by John Wiley, 2009.

" Recent Crisis: Lessons for Islamic Finance"  With Krichene, Journal of Islamic Economics Banking and Finance, forthcoming, 2009.

" Rethinking the Governance of the International Monetary Fund". With Iqbal Zaidi, IMF Working Paper, published in Finance, Development, and the IMF. Edited by James Boughton and Domenico Lombardi, Oxford University Press, 2009.

" Equity Premium Puzzle and Institutions: Implications for Islamic Finance". With S. Nuri Erbas. Submitted for Publication.

Stability and Resilience of Islamic Finance, published with Nourredine Krichene. Presented in a Seminar sponsored by IFSB, Kuala Lumpur, November 2008.

" Profit -and-loss Sharing Contracts in Islamic Finance". With Iqbal Zaidi Published in M. Kabir Hassan and Mervyn K. Lewis; Handbook of Islamic Banking. Edward Elgar, UK, 2007.

"Globalization and Islamic Finance" in Journal of Islamic Economics Banking and Finance. Vol. 3, No. 2, July-December 2007

" The Equity Premium Puzzle, Ambiguity Aversion, and Institutional Quality". With S. Nuri Erbas; IMF Working Paper WP/07/230.

“Foreign currency deposits and international liquidity shortages in Pakistan,” 2006, Pakistan’s Growth Strategy. Published with I. Zaidi in Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 45 – Spring, Number 1.

An Introduction to Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice, 2006, with Zamir Iqbal.

“Globalization and Islamic Finance,” 2005. Invited lecturer at the 6th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance, Jakarta, Indonesia, November 21-23.

“A note on Islamic Economics,” 2005, Invited lecturer at the Islamic Development Bank for Research in Islamic Economics, Saudi Arabia, April. Published By the Islamic Development Bank.

 “Foreign Currency Deposits and International Liquidity Shortages in Pakistan,” 2004, with Iqbal Zaidi. IMF Working Paper WP/04/167, September.

“Philosophical and Economic Foundation of Islamic Finance,” 2004, Invited Lecturer at Oxford Islamic Center, Oxford University, July 13.

“Islamic Finance and Instrumentalization of Islamic Redistributive Institutions,” 2004, presented at the First Ibn Rushd Extension Lecture organized by Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance, London, UK. April 3, 2004, published in New Horizon, May. 

“Stakeholders Model of Governance in Islamic Economic System,” 2004, with Zamir Iqbal, Islamic Economic Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2, March.

“The Stakeholders Model of Governance in an Islamic Economic System,” 2003, with Zamir Iqbal, 5th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance, Bahrain, October 7-9, 2003, published in Islamic Perspectives on Sustainable Development, Edited by Munawar Iqbal, 2005.

“Development of Islamic Financial Institutions and Challenges Ahead,” 2002, with Zamir Iqbal, in Simon Archer and Rifaat Abdel Karim (eds.) Islamic Finance: Growth and Innovation, Euromoney Books, London, UK.

“Hopes for the Future of Islamic Finance,” 2002, New Horizon: Global Perspective on Islamic Banking and Insurance, Issue No. 121, July-August. The Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance. London, U.K.

“Role of Stakeholders in Islamic Financial Institutions,” 2001, with Zamir Iqbal, Conference on Governance, Transparency and Risk Management, Beirut, Lebanon, March 20–21.

“Developing Countries and the Global Financial Governance: The Role of Muslim Countries,” 2000, Seminar on the Future of Islamic Economies in the Age of New Global Economy, Saudi Arabia.

“Progress and challenges of Islamic banking,” 1999, with Zamir Iqbal, Thunderbird International Business Review, Vol. 41 (4/5), July-October.

“The design of instruments for government finance in an Islamic economy,” 1999, Islamic Economic Studies, Vol. 6, No. 2.

“Indirect instrument of monetary control in an Islamic financial system,” 1997, with Nurun N. Choudhry, Islamic Economic Studies, Vo. 4, No. 2, May.

“Cost of capital and investment in a non-interest economy,” 1996, Islamic Economic Studies, Vol. 4, No. 1, December.

Interest Rate Policies in Developing Countries,” 1993, with Delano Villanueva. Finance and Development, December.

“Islamic Banking,” 1992, with Mohsin Khan, the New Palgrave Dictionary of Money & Finance.

“Strategies for Financial Reforms: Interest Rate Policies, Stabilization, and Bank Supervision in Developing Countries,” 1990, with Delano Villanueva, IMF Staff Papers, Vol. 37, No. 3, September, Washington: International Monetary Fund.

“Islamic Banking Experiences in the Islamic Republic of Iran, and Pakistan,” 1989, with Mohsin Khan, IMF Working Paper (WP/89/12), Washington: International Monetary Fund, and published in  Economic Development and Cultural Change Vol. 38, No. 2, January 1990.

Essays on Iqtisad: Islamic Approach to Economic Problems,1989, with Dr. Baqir Ali-Hassani, NUR Publications, Silver Spring, Md.

“Outline of an Islamic economic system,” 1989, Zahid Husain Memorial Lecture series, No. 11, delivered at the State Bank of Pakistan.

“Stabilization and growth in an open Islamic economy,” 1988, with Iqbal Zaidi, IMF Working Paper (WP/88/22), also published in the Review of Islamic Economics, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1991.

“Equilibrium in a noninterest open economy,” 1988, IMF Working Paper (WP/88/111), also published in the Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, Vol. 6, pp. 3-24, 1994.

 “The Progress of Islamic Banking: The Case of Iran and Pakistan,” 1988, Islamic Law and Finance, edited by Chibli Mallat, London: Graham and Trotman, Ltd.

Theoretical Studies in Islamic Banking and Finance, 1987, co-edited with Mohsin Khan, The Institute for Research and Islamic Studies, Houston, Texas.

“Analysis of Short-Term Asset Concentration in Islamic Banking,” 1987, IMF Working Paper (WP/87/67), Washington: International Monetary Fund.

“Islamic Banking: Major Issues of Transition,” 1987, with Zubair Iqbal, Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance, October–December.

“The Economic System in an Islamic Society,” 1987, Middle East Insight, No. 3.

“The Muslim Scholars and the History of Economics: A Need for Consideration,” 1983, presented in the Midwestern Economic Association, and published in The American Journal of Islamic Social Science, Vol. 4, No. 2, December 1987.

“Adjustment and the Import Intensity of Output,” 1987, with Peter Montiel. Finance and Development, December.

“Import Intensity of Output Growth in Developing Countries,” 1987, IMF: Staff Studies for the World Economic Outlook, August.

“The Framework and Practice of Islamic Banking,” 1986, with Mohsin Khan. Finance and Development, September. Also published in Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance, January–March 1989.

 “Some Theoretical Aspects of an Islamic Financial System,” 1986, Presented at a Conference on Islamic Banking sponsored by the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Tehran, 11–14 June.

 “Islamic Banking,” 1986, with Zubair Iqbal, IMF Occasional Paper, No. 49.

“Optimal Profit-Sharing Contracts and Investment in an Interest Free Islamic Economy,” 1986, with Nadeem ul Haque, IMF Working Paper (WP/86/12), Washington: International Monetary Fund.

“Saving Behavior in an Economy without Fixed Interest,” 1986, with Nadeem ul Haque, IMF Paper DM/86/50, Washington: International Monetary Fund.

Optimal location and the theory of production: an extension,” 1985, with A. Khalili, Regional Science Perspectives, Vol. 15, No. 1.

“The Genesis of the Idea of OPEC,” 1984, Annual Meeting of Southwestern Economics Association.

“Muslim Scholars and the History of Economics,” 1983, Annual Meeting of Southwestern Economic Association, March.

“Influence of Islamic Scholars on Scholastics,” 1983, Annual Meeting of Midwest Economic Association, April.

“A Simple Method of Short-Range Sales Forecasting,” 1981, with Chang, Annual Meeting of Western Economic Association.

“Optimum Location and Theory of Production: A Comparative Static Analysis,” 1980, with A. Khalili, Review of Regional Studies, Vol. 10, No. 2.

“Optimal Control of Geographic Distribution of Advertising Expenditure,” 1977, Journal of Economics and Business, Vol. 29, No. 2.

“Effect of Resource Allocation in a Regulated and Unionized Monopoly,” 1976, Southern Economic Journal, Vol. 42, No. 4. See also, Southern Economic Journal, Vol. 44, No. 2, 380–384.

“A Computational Procedure for an Expanded Steiner-Weber Problem of Optimal Location,” 1975, with Bennet, Review of Regional Studies, Vol. 5, No. 1.

“A Recursive Model of Consumption: The Case of Taiwan's Farm Families, 1964–66,” 1975, with Wu, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 57, No. 4.

“Optimal Facility Location with Respect to Several Regions,” 1974, with Bennet, Journal of Regional Sciences, Vol. 14, No. 1, July.

“A Dynamic Programming Model for Spatial Allocation of Advertising Expenditure,” 1974, with Meaders, OMEGA. The International Journal of Management Science, Vol. 6, No. 2.

“A Note on Averch-Johnson Controversy,” 1974, with Strimling. Southern Economic Journal, Vol. 41, No. 1.

“A Recursive Model of Consumption,” 1974, with Wu, Annual Meeting of American Agricultural Economic Associates.

“Group mean deviation as an alternative to the dummy variable method,” 1973, with Wu, Meeting of Alabama Chapter of the American Statistical Association.

“On partially stratified sampling design with respect to socio-economic factors,” 1973, with Doss, Meeting of Alabama Chapter of the American Statistical Association.

“An Index of Export Performance as a Criterion of Export Trade Policy for Developing Countries,” 1973, with Afzal, Pakistan Economics and Social Review, Vol. 11, No. 2.

“Application of Optimal Control Theory to Economic Analysis,” 1973, Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetic Studies and Research, No. 3.

“A Test of Relationship between Productivity Satisfaction, and Ability in an R&D Organization,” 1972, with Vincent, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. EM-19, No. 2.

“Optimal Control of Regional Allocation of Advertising Expenditures,” 1972, with Meaders, Annual Meeting of Operations Research Society of American.

“Nonliner Programming Model for Resource Allocation,” 1971, with Narasimham, Economic Computations and Economic Cybernetic Studies and Research, Vol. 1.

“Some Challenging Optimal Control Problems in Economics,” 1971, Proceedings for the Third Southeastern Symposium on Systems Theory, April.

“Discrete Versions of Dynamic Programming and Maximum Principle in National Planning,” 1971, with Narasimham, Engineering Economist, Vol. 16, No. 2.

“The Role of Economists in the Developing Countries,”1970, with Afzal, International Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 11.

“Testing for Farm Income Multipliers,” 1970, with Orazem, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 52, No. 3.

“Mysterious Multipliers: A Reply,” 1969, with Orazem, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 51, No. 3.

“Utilitarian basis for optimum savings,” 1969, with Narasimham, Indian Journal of Economics, Vol. 1, Part. 1, No. 196, also published in New York University School of Business, reprint series No. 127.

“Importance of the farm sector to the economy: a multiplier approach,” 1968, with Orazem, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 50, No. 4.

“Mean-Ratio Estimate for Short-Range Sales Forecasting,” 1967, Meeting of Alabama Chapter of the American Statistical Association.

 

AWARDS

 

“Order of Companion of Volta” for service to Ghana, conferred by the President of Ghana, 2005.

 

Islamic Development Bank Annual Prize for Research in Islamic Economics, shared with Mohsin Khan. 2003.

 

“Quaid-e Azam” star for service to Pakistan, conferred by the President of Pakistan, 1997.

 

IEEE Engineering Management Society First Paper Prize for “A Test of Relationship between Productivity, Satisfaction, and Ability in an R&D Organization,” with Vincent, 1972.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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