Raheem ul Haque

faculty | Senior Research Fellow

Raheem ul Haque

Raheem is co-editor of CPPG’s Quarterly Research & News journal and his research interests include informal sector, youth policy, and application of technology for development. He is currently working on a monograph titled Framework for Youth Policy: Identity, Democracy & Employment.

His recent publications include Youth Radicalization in Pakistan (2013), Pakistan, Afghanistan & US Relations: Implications and Future Directions co-authored with Saeed Shafqat (2011), Rickshaw & Environmental Pollution: Assessing Punjab Government’s Rickshaw Policy (2009) and Training Needs Assessment of Master’s Level Policy Programs in Pakistan (2009). Prior to his research career, he spent eleven years in the technology industry concentrating on Business Process Analysis and Program Management.

 

Publications

 

  • Youth Radicalization in Pakistan (2013)
  • Pakistan, Afghanistan & US Relations: Implications and Future Directions co-authored with Saeed Shafqat (2011)
  • Training Needs Assessment for Masters Level Programs in Public Policy, Public Administration & Governance (December 2009)
  • Rickshaw & Environmental Pollution: Assessing Punjab Government’s Rickshaw Policy (June 2009)
  • Project Assessment & Policy Recommendations for Demand Based Training Project, PITB (December 2007)
  • Market Assessment & Policy Recommendations for Software Technology Park (June 2007)