Dr. Haider Khan, John Evans Professor, University of Denver
Haider A. Khan, John Evans Distinguished University Professor
Professor of Economics
University of Denver
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
2201 South Gaylord Street, Room 4014
Denver, Colorado 80208
RESEARCH AND EXPERTISE
Political economy; economic modeling and development, including trade liberalization and poverty reduction; economics projects on energy and development in Asia and Latin America; development finance and international finance; globalization and ethics
Khan, H. (2014). Development and women's rights as human rights: A political and social economy approach within a deep democratic framework. Journal of International Law and Policy, 42(3).
Khan, H. & Vadlamannati, K. (2014). Competing for investments in special economic zones? An empirical investigation on Indian states, 1998–2010. In Jason Miklian and Åshild Kolås (eds.). Invisible India: Hidden Risks within an Emerging Superpower. : Routledge, 184-203.
Huq, M. & Khan, H. (2012). Apollinaire: modernity and contradiction. Dhaka: Prothoma Publishers.
Khan, H. (2012). St.-Exupery's Little Prince: A postcolonial perspective. Dhaka: Prothoma Publishers.
Khan, H. (2011). Central Bank autonomy, legal institutions and incidence of financial crises. International Journal of Finance and Economics.
Khan, H. (2011). Hyperconflict: Globalization and Iisecurity from a critical scientific realist perspective of causal depth. Globalizations, 8(3), 385-91.
Khan, H. (2012). Development strategies: Lessons from South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia and Viet Nam. In Augustin Fosu (Ed.), Lessons from Successful Development Strategies. New York: Oxford University Press.
Gabriele, A. & Khan, H. (2010). China's national innovation system at the cross-roads. Berlin: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.