Faculty & Staff
Dr. Nasir Mahmood
PhD (Agricultural Economics), Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, M.Sc (Hons) Environmental and Resource Economics (Silver Medalist)
Department of Economics
Phone : +92 519290138
Mobile : +92 3217142260
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Email : [email protected], [email protected]
Address : Department of Economics & Agricultural Economics, PMAS-Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi-Pakistan
Work Experience : 10 Year(s)
Research Interest :
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Climate Change impact assessment
  • Economic Efficiency Studies
  • Climate-based e-Extension Services
  • Climate Change Fatalism
  • Forest Economics
  • Rural Development
  • Total Publications : 10
    Publications (Latest Ten)
    1. Ullah, A., Mahmood, N., Zeb, A., & Kachele, H. (2020). Factors Determining Farmers' Access to and Sources of Credit: Evidence from the Rain-Fed Zone of Pakistan. Agriculture, 10 (12), 586.

    2. Mehmood, Y., Arshad, M., Kachele, H., Mahmood, N., & Kong, R. (2020). Pesticide residues, health risks, and vegetable farmers' risk perceptions in Punjab, Pakistan. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal, 1-19.

    3. Ullah, A., Arshad, M., Kachele, H., Zeb, A., Mahmood, N., & Muller, K. (2020). Socio-economic analysis of farmers facing asymmetric information in inputs markets: Evidence from the rainfed zone of Pakistan. Technology in Society, 63, 101405.

    4. Mahmood, N., Arshad, M., Kachele, H., Ullah, A., & Muller, K. (2020). Economic efficiency of rainfed wheat farmers under changing climate: evidence from Pakistan. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 27(27), 34453-34467.

    5. Ullah, A., Arshad, M., Kachele, H., Khan, A., Mahmood, N., & Muller, K. (2020). Information asymmetry, input markets, adoption of innovations and agricultural land use in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Land Use Policy, 90, 104261.

    6. Mahmood, N., Arshad, M., Kaechele, H., Shahzad, M. F., Ullah, A., & Mueller, K. (2020). Fatalism, climate resiliency training and farmers' adaptation responses: Implications for sustainable rainfed- wheat production in Pakistan. Sustainability, 12(4), 1650.

    7. Mahmood, N., Arshad, M., Kachele, H., Ma, H., Ullah, A., & Muller, K. (2019). Wheat yield response to input and socioeconomic factors under changing climate: Evidence from rainfed environments of Pakistan. Science of the Total Environment, 688, 1275-1285.

    8. Mahmood, N., Ahmad, B., Hassan, S., & Bakhsh, K. (2012). Impact of temperature and precipitation on rice productivity in rice-wheat cropping system of Punjab province. The Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 22(4), 993-997

    9. Abedullah, Mahmood, N., Khalid, M., & Kouser, S. (2009). The role of agricultural credit in the growth of livestock sector: A case study of Faisalabad. Pakistan Vet. J, 29(2), 81-84.

    10. https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=9-0ydjMAAAAJ&hl=en