Dr. Ammar A. Malik

Policy Research on Urban Economic Development, Labor Markets, Gender and Transportation

I study the impact of the spatial structure of cities, quality of public services, and forced displacement on economic and social outcomes, particularly gender equality.

My research interests include:

- Modeling urban form and function

- Economic impacts of urban public transit

- Gender and access to mobility

- Forced displacement and cities

- Job training programs and labor policy

- Public policy analysis

I am the Director of Research at Evidence for Policy Design, Harvard Kennedy School, Affiliate at the Middle East Initiative at Harvard's Belfer Center, Non-Resident Fellow at the Urban Institute and Research Fellow at the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan.

My Google Scholar profile is available here.

Email me: ammar_malik@hks.harvard.edu or ammar.anees@gmail.com.

Follow me on Twitter: @MalikAmmar

Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/malikammar/