Salamat Ali

Phd, University of Nottingham

Mr. Salamat Ali is an empirical trade economist. He worked as a core member of the drafting team responsible for preparing the Commonwealth’s flagship publication on international trade. His professional and research interests concentrate on trade policy analysis, trade costs, and public financial management in developing countries. Mr Ali completed his Masters in International Economic Policy Management from the London School of Economics, UK in 2013. Prior to that he worked for the Customs Service of Pakistan for 15 years, where he administered import and export policies of the government. Currently, Mr. Ali is finalising his PhD dissertation at the School of Economics, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.

Bridges news

10 March 2016
Although global trade landscape is continuously changing, a connection between Commonwealth countries makes a difference from a trade perspective. The global trade landscape is continuously changing. Deeply scarred by the financial crisis of 2008, the world has seen the anemic economic recovery...