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Arfa Software Technology Park, Lahore

P (042) - 111-111-ITU (488)

Dr. Hina Khalid
Assistant Professor
PhD - Public Policy and Administration, State University of New York, USA

Health policy, public finance and policy implementation


Hina Khalid is an Assistant Professor in the department of Economics at the Information Technology University. She uses mixed methods to study the effect of health and social policies on health outcomes, with a special interest in how institutions, governance and implementation mediate these outcomes.

Articles she has written have appeared in leading health and policy journals such as Administration and Society, Journal of Public Health Management and Practice Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management and the Maternal and Child Health Journal.

Dr. Hina received her BSc. from the Lahore University of Management Sciences, her M.P.P from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, and her Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration from the State University of New York at Albany.

  1. Martin, E.G., Norcott, A., Khalid, H., & O’Connell, D.A. (2015). Implementing updated recommendations on screening for hepatitis C virus: translating federal guidance into state practice. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice.
  2. Matkin, D., Chen, G., & Khalid, H. (2016) The governance of public pensions: an institutional framework. Administration and Society.
  3. Khalid, H., Matkin, D., & Morse, R. Collaborative capital budgeting in U.S. local government. Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management. [online ahead of print]
  4. Khalid, H., & Martin, E. Female empowerment and child stunting: is there an association and does culture play a moderating role? Results from 2011 cross-sectional Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey, Punjab Pakistan. Maternal and Child Health Journal [online ahead of print]

  1. 2012 Fulbright scholarship for doctoral studies
  2. August 2016 Recipient of the scholarship for the ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
  3. 2008 Full scholarship from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy