Muhammad Moiz is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Economics at Ibn Haldun University, Istanbul. He has completed his Master’s in international trade from Istanbul, Turkey and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Islamabad, Pakistan. His research interests include labor economics, development economics, immigration, and economic integration of migrants and refugees.
During his time in Turkey, Mr. Moiz worked with two Istanbul-based NGOs from May 2016 – August 2018. He was involved in several projects for Syrian refugees in Turkey where his responsibilities included data collection, data analysis, report writing, and assisting in writing of EU funded project applications. From September 2018 to January 2023, he was a Teaching Fellow at Ibn Haldun University where he worked with the Department of History and the Department of Economics. He also assisted with research activities at the Department of Economics, in particular working on a Financial Resiliency Report during the COVID-19 period.
Here at the Center, Mr. Moiz is applying his expertise to various program evaluation research studies, including protocol design, instrument development, complex statistical analyses, and meaningful interpretation of key findings.