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C U R R I C U L U M  V I T A E


Date:  March 2015

 

 

NAME:  Ghazanfar, Shaikh M.

RANK OR TITLE:  Professor/Chair, Department of Economics (Emeritus, June 2002)

DEPARTMENT: Economics

OFFICE LOCATION:   Albertson Building 219 (invalid; formerly Univ. of Idaho)

OFFICE PHONE:  208-885-6296 (invalid; formerly, UI);

 

PRESENT LOCATION:  Acworth, GA 30101; Ph.770-575-2994
E-mail: ghazi@uidaho.edu

DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH:  April 1, 1937; British India

DATE OF FIRST EMPLOYMENT AT UI:  1968

DATE OF TENURE:  1973

DATE OF PRESENT RANK OR TITLE:  1977 

EDUCATION BEYOND HIGH SCHOOL:

 Ph.D. Economics, 1969, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
     Dissertation:  Impact of Retail Sales Taxation:  By Age Groups, Family Size,  and Income Classes
 Graduate work in Economics, 1964-1965, Brown University, Providence,   Rhode Island
 M.A. Economics, 1964, Washington State University, Pullman Washington
    Thesis:  Financing Investment in Pakistan's Economic Development
 B.A. (Honors) Business Administration, 1962, Washington State University

[Completed High School (Matriculation, 10th Grade), Karachi, Pakistan; 1951]

 

EXPERIENCE:

In Educational Institutions Since Bachelor's Degree:

 Teaching and Research:

  Fall 2013--continuing, Adjunct Prof., Kennesaw State Univ., Kennesaw, Ga; occasional guest lecturer, panelist, etc.  

  Spring 2009, Visiting Prof., University of Sargodha, Pakistan (Invited by Pakistan Government)

  2002-08, Adjunct Professor of Economics (emeritus)
  2002-present, Professor/Chair/Economics  (Emeritus)
  1977-2002, Professor of Economics, University of Idaho
  1989-93, Director, International Studies Program (in addition to Professor of Economics)
  1983-86, Visiting Professor of Economics, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (sabbatical leave, 1983-84; leave of absence, 1984-86)
  1977-2002, Professor of Economics, University of Idaho
  1974-1975 (spring), Visiting Lecturer (part time), University of Maryland, College Park and Baltimore County campuses (sabbatical leave)
  1974-1975 (fall), Visiting Professor, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan (sabbatical leave)
  1972-1977, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Idaho 
  1968-1972, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Idaho
  1967-1968, Instructor of Economics, Washington State University
  1965-1967, Teaching Assistant, Washington State University
  1964, Jr. Research Economist, Bureau of Business and Economics, Washington State University
  1962-1964, Research Assistant, Washington State University

  Teaching Areas:
   Principles (Micro and Macro; including Honors sections)
   Intermediate Micro
   Intermediate Macro
   Macroeconomics (Graduate level)
   Business and Economic Statistics
   Money and Banking
   Public Finance
   State-Local Government Finance
   Economic Development
   Engineering Economics

  Served on 25+ master's thesis committees, as chair and member
  Served as member on 8+doctoral committees (other disciplines).

 Administration:
  June 1993-May 2002, Head, Department of Economics
  Spring 1989-Summer 1993, Coordinator/Director, International Studies Program
  August 1979-1981, Head, Department of Economics

 Major Committee Assignments:

  University Committees:
       Tenured-Faculty Review Committee (Agric.Econ), 2007-08      

       Committee for Fulbright Application for Islamic Scholar, 2006-07
       Graduate Council (1970-72)
       Faculty Council (1972-74)
       University Curriculum Committee (2 years)
       Academic Hearing Board (one year)
       Business Dean Search Committee (one year)
       Borah Symposium Committee (2 years)
       Ad Hoc Committee on Martin Luther King Day (3 years)
       Faculty Affairs Committee (2 years)
       Univ. Committee on Gen. Univ. Requirements (2 years)
       International Affairs Committee (2 years)
       Innovative Summer Programs Committee (Fall 1994-95)
       Diversity/Multicultural Advisory Committee (4 years)
       American Studies Committee (1987-2002)
       International Studies Committee (1986-2002)
       Faculty-in-Residence Program Group (1995-1999)
       Honors Program Committee (1997-1999)

  College Committees served:
   CBE Executive Committee (as dept. head)
   CBE Petitions (as dept. head)
   CBE Scholarships (as dept. head)
   CBE Curriculum
   CBE MBA Advisory
   Search Committees for CBDR Director
   CBE Dean's Search-Selection Committee
   CBE Internal Operations Committee
   CBE Accreditation-Curriculum Review Committee
   CBE Advisory Board--Public Sector/Private Sector Working Group
   CBE Library Liaison Committee
   CBE Tenure-Review Committee
   CBE Mission-Goals Committee
   CBE By-Laws Committee
  Departmental Committees: (over the years)
    Seminars Committee
    Doctoral Program Committee
    New Faculty Evaluation Committee
    Tenure-Promotion Committee
    Selection-Recruitment Committee (past and present; member, chair)
    Curriculum Committee
    Advisor to Economics Club
    High-School Visitation Faculty Group
    Research-Assessment Committee
    Department By-Laws Committee

Others Activities (Community):

    Assisted in planning: "Year of the Arabian Peninsula, 2014-15," Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Ga

    Planning Committee, Sixth Annual Moscow CommUNITY Walk, held April 28, 2012; annual celebration

    Planning Committee, Fifth Annual Moscow CommUNITY Walk, held April 23, 2011; annual celebration

    Planning Committee, Fourth Annual Moscow CommUNITY Walk, held April 24, 2010; annual celebration
    Planning Committee, Third Annual Moscow CommUNITY Walk, held April 25, 2009; an annual celebration            (endorsed unanimously by the Idaho Legislature, January 2009)   

    Planning Committee, Second Annual Moscow CommUNITY Walk, held April 26, 2008; an annual celebration   

    Founder/Organizer, First Annual Moscow CommUNITY Walk, held April 28, 2007 (endorsed by the Governor of         Idaho, City Mayor, others)
    City of Moscow,  Human Rights Commission, founding member; served as Commissioner, 2004-2012
    Moscow Interfaith Association, served 2005-2013
    Planning Committee, Finding-the-Center:  Annual Regional Human-Rights Conference, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
    Community Board of Directors, Pullman-Moscow Daily News (regional newspaper,

         January 1993-January 1996)
    North Idaho/Eastern Wash. Malcolm Kerr Scholarship Committee
      (member, 1986-88; chair, 1988-94)
    Latah County Task Force on Human Rights (1987-continuing)
    Lena Whitmore Parent-Teachers Group (1976-78)

   

  International:

      Serving (eff. 2013) on Advisory Board, Center for Interdisciplinary and Integrative Studies, University of Islam, Arthabanga, Kualalumpur, Malayasia

      Participated (by invitation), Golden Jubilee Celebration and Washington State University Legacy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan; March 2011; participated in discussion forums

      Keynote address (by invitation) at the 2nd Annual Conference on Islamic Thought and Civilization, University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan; March 2011 – entitled:                        Civilizational Connections: Early Islam and Latin-European Renaissance”

      Serving on the Editorial Board (eff. 2011), Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization (published by the University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan)

      Serving on Editorial Board (eff.2008), Journal of Oriental and African Studies (Athens, Greece)

      Served, 1991-2007, as one of the directors of the Journal Advisory Board for The Pakistan Banker, published bi-annually by The Bank of the Punjab (provincial government bank), Lahore, Pakistan
      Serving occasionally as External Examiner/committee member, since 1995, for doctoral dissertations in economics, University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan; Aligarh University, Aligarh, India;      University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Pakistan

Other Professional:
 

Employment (Pakistan)
    1955-1958, Head of Local Purchasing Unit/Sr. Administrative Assistant, U.S. International Cooperation                Administration (now Agency for International Development), American Embassy, Karachi, Pakistan
    1952-1955, Admin. Assistant/Stenographer, Lloyds Bank Limited (a British Bank), Karachi, Pakistan
    1951-1952, Clerk-Typist, Karachi Port Authority, Karachi, Pakistan

  Membership in Professional and Scholarly Organizations:

        International Society for the History of Arabic and Islamic Science and Philosophy
        International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations
        Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Association
                        Board of Directors (1972-86)
       American Association of University Professors
       History of Economics Society
       Society for the Advancement of Socioeconomics
       Middle East Studies Association

Other Professional Activities:

--Selected as member of the National Tax Association Sales and Use Taxation Committee, 3-year term, 1970-73
--Participated in the 1971 Summer Economic Institute, sponsored by the Idaho Council on Economic Education, Sun    Valley, Idaho; one-day seminar   on "Economics of Developing Countries."
--Developed twice (1976 and 1981) the comprehensive syllabus for two University of Idaho correspondence courses in economics--Principles (Macro and Micro), and have been offering these courses through the University's Continuing Education since 1970.  Handled the upper-division Money and Banking course under similar arrangement for three to four years.
--Served as Project Coordinator for a study subcontracted to the University of Idaho by Washington State University entitled "Guidelines for Developing a Northwest Energy Policy," sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Regional Commission, 1973-74.
--Served as session chairman and discussant at various professional  conferences (national, regional, international) -- continuing (most recent:  discussant of a paper on the "Economic Thought of                     Moses Maimonides (1141-1204AD)," at the June 1994 History of Economic Society Conference).
--Served as reviewer for Public Finance Quarterly.
--Participated in Governor's Conference on Economic Growth in Idaho, 1978
--Participated in Economic Education workshops (DEEP - Developmental Economic
   Education Program) held at University of Idaho, 1977 and 1978. 
--Participated (by invitation) in a conference held in Benghazi, Libya, April 1-5, 1978, called by the Libyan President, on "The Solution of the Economic Problem:  Socialism" (delegates from Europe, North America, and elsewhere).
--Participated in Chicago Board of Trade Educator's Conference, March 1981.

--Visited Pakistan, December 1981-January 1982, at the invitation of the Government of Pakistan (under National Talent Pool Scheme for ex-patriots, funding by the United Nations Development Program), as a guest lecturer at the University of Punjab, Lahore.  Activities included lectures to classes in managerial economics, history of economic thought, macroeconomics, and others.  Also, faculty-student seminars on topics such as Supply-Side Economics, Third World Development:  Reorientation of Means and Ends, Stress in the Islamic World--Socio-Economic Ideals and Reality, Religious Values and Contemporary Third World Development, Compatibility of Islamic Economics with Contemporary Western Economics, Modernization in Islam--Social Scientists' Dilemmas, and others.  Also, some discussions based on Milton Friedman's Free to Choose series.  Similar presentations were given at King Abdulaziz University, 1983-86.
--Reviewed manuscript of a textbook on Current Economic Issues for Scott, Foresman, Publishers, June 1982.
--Delegate at an International Conference on "Fiscal Policy and Development Planning in an Islamic State," sponsored by the Government of Pakistan and International Islamic University held in    Islamabad, Pakistan, July 6-10, 1986.
--Seminars (by invitation) on (1) "Scholastic Economics and Arab Scholars:  The `Great Gap' Thesis Reconsidered," and (2) "Economic Thought of an Arab Scholastic:  Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali," at the University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan; summer 1989.
--Reviewed a manuscript for a Principles textt for Scott, Foresman, Publishers,  1987.
--Reviewed a manuscript for a Public Finance text for Harper & Row, Publishers, Nov. 1989.
--Served as chair and discussant of a session at the Association of Evolutionary Economics Meetings, New York; Dec. 1989.
--Reviewed the 1989 edition of Michael Todaro, Economic Development in the Third World; Longmann, N.Y., l989 in connection with the new edition
--Participated in the 1991, 1992, 1995, 1997, 1999 Summer Workshops for Idaho High School Teachers, sponsored by the  UI Center for Economic Education and Department of Economics
--Reviewed a prospective textbook, Economics of Sports, for HarperCollins, Publishers; 1993
--Reviewed manuscript for the 1994 edition of Michael Todaro, Economic Development, Longman's, N.Y.; done in 1993 (acknowledge in the text, and also a letter of appreciation from author)
--Attended an all-day session on "Findings in Science and Math relevant to Introductory Courses and Student Teaching Styles:  Individual Differences in Learning," presentation by Sheila Tobias, November 29, 1993 --Served, 1993-99, as Faculty-in-Residence (by student nominations), a program established "to introduce faculty members into the Residence Halls and to encourage students to continue their education in their living groups as well as classroom."
--Served on the UI Faculty Advisory Committee for Residence Halls (1993-98)
--Serving, since 1993, as occasional referee-reviewer for History of Political Economy (top international journal on economic thought)--reviewed three articles during 1994--one was reviewed twice; reviewed three articles in 1995; one in 1996; several since 1996
--Reviewed manuscript of a Principles text for Irwin Publishers, July 1994
--Served as discussant on "Economic Thought of Moses Maimonides, 1141-1204AD," History of Economics Society Conference, Babson College, Mass., June 1994
--Extensive guidance and bibliographical assistance to scholars (through e-mail    and otherwise) listings on medieval-history research (inquiries from  scholars at Univ. of Colorado, St. Franciscan College, Smith College,  Georgetown University, Emory University, Boston University, University of Delaware, University of Kansas, University of Hamburg-Germany, Songkla University-Malaysia, London School of Economics, and others); continuous
--Continuous service (1995-to date) as External Examiner for doctoral programs, Department of Economics, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan   --External Examiner (committee member in 1995-96), for a doctoral thesis, "An Economic Analysis of Costs and Benefits of Pakistan's Investment in Population Control, 1965-88"

--External Examiner (committee member, 1997-98), for a doctoral thesis, "Impact of Lawlessness on Economic Development and Role of Effective Policing: A Case Study Pakistan, 1969-1993"
--Presented, by invitation, a seminar on the "Economic Thought of Al-Ghazali, 1058-1111AD," University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan; July 1996
--Participated in an all-day Active Learning Workshop (Teaching of Economics), at the American Economic Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.; January 1997
--Participated in an all-day Workshop on Teaching Techniques that Promote Active Learning at    the American Economic Association Conference, Boston, Mass.; January 1999  Consultant (1997-2000) to Robert Gardner, producer-director, for a PBS-TV documentary, "Islam:  Empire of Faith" (3-parts), aired on PBS, May 8, 2001 (contributions acknowledged by the producer-director)
--Seminars presented, by invitation, on topics related to the evolution of social sciences, future trends, interdisciplinary studies, at (i) University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan; (ii) Aligarh University, Aligarh, India; and (iii) Islamic Development Bank/King Abdul-Aziz  University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; during sabbatical leave, Spring 2000

--Participated (by invitation) in a Middle-East Studies Association forum, entitled "Teaching and Research on Medieval Middle-Eastern/Islamic Studies," held at the Middle-East Studies Association Conference, Orlando, Florida, October 2000
--Guest-Lecturer, over the years, in various UI classes (Economics, History, Foreign-Languages, Core-Discovery and others), on topics related to Medieval Arab-Islamic Socio-Economic Thought, Islam as a Religion, Islam as a Civilization, Contemporary Islamic Issues, Islam in the USA, Globalization Issues, Middle-East/South Asian Issues, etc.; two-three lectures about every semester since 1996 or so—at the University of Idaho, Washington State University, etc.
--Frequent presentations on various topics in the community (including a half-hour appearance on KUID-TV-PBS Dialogue Program, November 2001); also invited lecturer in community groups; continuous
--Participated in the PBS-Idaho-PTV Forum, “Faith and Foreign Affairs,” Lewiston, Idaho, May 1, 2003; continuous community activities
--Keynote speaker at the Phi-Beta Phi Golden Key Honor Society Awards Banquet, topic: “Beyond Economics:  Living and Life,” UI Campus, February 27, 2003
--Seminars presented, by invitation, during December 2003 visit to Pakistan (went to participate in the 9th Biennial Conference of the Association of Pakistan Scientists and Engineers of North America, Islamabad, Pakistan, December 2003):

               (1) Civilizational Linkages: Islam and the West, Univ. of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore; 12/11/03;

               (2) Globalization and Islamic Perspectives, Institute of Management and Technology, Lahore; 12/10/03;

               (3) Islam and the West: History and Current Concerns, University of the Punjab, Lahore, 12/15/03;

               (4) Need for Civilizational Dialogue: Islam and the West, sponsored by the UNDP, Islamabad, 12/24/03

--Volunteer for several years in various community-service activities (Meals on Wheels, Escorting Elderlies, etc.)

--Invited presentation, “Islam: Faith and Civilization,” symposium sponsored by the Moscow Civic Association, March 2007

--Invited presentation, “Recent Political-Economic Developments in Pakistan,” part of Asia Week, Washington State University, March 2008

--Invited presentation, “Civilizational Linkages: Islam and the West,” Washington State University, Pullman; April 2008

--Co-Editor/Advisory Board Member, Encyclopedia of Society and Culture in the Medieval World (4-volumes), Section on Islamic World, 2006-08 – developed/provided a list of potential writers, edited several articles for this volume for accuracy and authenticity

--External Examiner for doctoral theses for universities in Pakistan—continuous

--Frequent guest-lecturer at the University of Idaho, Washington State University, and other area forums, on a variety of global issues, specifically relating to the Islamic world (contemporary, historical), middle-east foreign policy, development issues, etc.

--Frequent mentor of gifted students, Moscow High School, Moscow, Idaho; since 2004, continuous

--Spring 2009 (January-March), invited Visiting Professor, University of Sargodha, Pakistan, under invitation from the Higher Education Commission, Government of Pakistan—gave several seminars to graduate students and faculty—partial list of topics (each with a focus on Pakistan): (1) Third World Population: Microeconomics of Fertility Behavior, (2) Origins of Contemporary Economic Thought in Early Islamic Civilization (special focus on Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali (1055-1111), (3) Human Capital: Third World Economics of Education and Educational Dualism Phenomenon, (4) Globalization, Islamic World and the West, (5) Early Islam and the Western Renaissance: Civilizational Linkages, (6) Rationalism/Intellectualism in Early Islam: Muslim Scholars, their Contributions and Influence, (7) Role and Dilemmas of Social Scientists in the Islamic World, (8) Islamic Fundamentalism and Madrassas in Pakistan; (9) State of Higher Education in Pakistan: A Conversation

-------engaged with students informally and encouraged open-minded, critical thinking on issues, regardless of sources, unencumbered by any constraints

-------gave an invited address to a group of distinguished citizens/scholars at the Pakistan Foundation, Lahore, entitled “New Administration of President Obama: Foreseeable Policy Prospects for Afghanistan and Pakistan” (March 2, 2009)

-------Also gave invited presentations at some other institutions in Lahore, Pakistan

Invited presentation, Washington State University, Pullman, “Islam in the Media and Politics,” April 7, 2010—talk given as part of a forum on the subject

 

Serving on the Editorial Board, Journal of Oriental and African Studies (Athens, Greece)—continuous

Served as Editorial Advisor (Islamic World), Encyclopedia of Society and Cultural in the Medieval World, 4-volumes, Facts-on-File, New York; 2008. Editor-in-Chief, Pam J. Crabtree.  Seventy-one entries, each covered from the perspective of following centers of civilization—Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, and the Islamic World.  Also contributed entries.

“Islam, As American As Apple Pie,” lecture delivered at the Unitarian-Universalists Fellow, Moscow, Idaho, November 28, 2010; also at the University of Idaho, Feb. 2011 (Published in two parts, Pakistan Link (weekly magazine), Sacramento, Calif., Feb. 2011).

Panelist at the Human-Rights-Commission Social Justice Forum, “Islam/Islamophobia:  What is it and Where do we go from here?”, held December 2, 2010; City Hall, Moscow, Idaho

Contributed 4-lecture/modules for a University of Idaho course, Contemporary Muslim World; Spring 2011; also available to students for questions-answers—three “Ask Dr. Ghazi” sessions

Invited presentation, Washington State University, Pullman, “Islamic Civilization: Origins of Economic Thought and Capitalist Tradition,” February 2012

Invited presentation: "Islam: As American as Apple Pie," Kennesaw Rotary Club, Kennesaw, GA., December 17, 2014

              

PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS: (over 160 listings)

(1) "Orientalism," article contributed: C. Fitzpatrick and Adam Walker (Editors), Muhammad in History, Thought, and Culture: An Encyclopedia of the Prophet of God (2 volumes); ABC-CLIO Publishers, New York; 2014

 

(2) "Civilizational Links: Islam and the West," article contributed:  C. Fitzpatrick and Adam Walker (Editors), Muhammad in History, Thought, and Culture: An Encyclopedia of the Prophet of God (2 volumes); ABC-CLIO Publishers, New York; 2014

 

(3) "Economic Thought in Early Islam,: article contributed: C. Fitzpatrick and Adam Walker (Editors), Muhammad in History, Thought, and Culture: An Encyclopedia of the Prophet of God (2 volumes); ABC-CLIO Publishers, New York; 2014

(4) Contributed, Salim Al-Hassani (Chief Editor), 1001 Inventions: The Enduring Legacy of Muslim Civilization; National Geographic Publications; Third Edition; 2012

(5) “Civilizational Connections: Early Islam and Latin-European Renaissance” (keynote address at the Conference on Islamic Thought and Civilization, March 2011), Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Vol.1, No.2, Fall 2011; pp.1-34

(6) Invited:  “Islamic Economics:  A Critical Survey,” in Akbar Ahmed and Tamara Sonn (Editors), The Sage Handbook of Islamic Studies, Sage Publications, London and Thousand Oaks, Calif.; 2010; pp.83-105

(7) “Social Sciences in the New Millennium,” Journal of Economics and Management Sciences (University of Sargodha, Pakistan), Inaugural Paper; Vol.1, No.1, January 2010; pp.1-5

(8) "Capitalistic Tradition in Early Islamic Civilization," Journal of Oriental and African Studies (Athens, Greece), Vol.18, 2009; pp.139-157

(9) "Inflation Targeting in Less-Developed Countries:  Recent Experience and Potential" (with Candelaria Sevcik), Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies, Vol. 33, No.1, Spring 2008

(10) Invited: “Abstract:  Cyril Glasse, The New Encyclopedia of Islam, Altamira Press (Rowman-Littlefield Publishers), Lanham, Maryland, 2001,” Muslim Civilization Abstracts, Institute for the Study of Islamic Civilization, Agha Khan University, London; March 2008

"Capitalistic Tradition in Early Islamic Civilization," paper presented at the International History of Economic Society Conference, held at George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, June 2007

“Astronomy during Early Islam,” Encyclopedia of Society and Culture in the Medieval World (4-volumes), Islamic World, Schlager Group, Inc., Dallas, Texas; 2007 (accepted for inclusion)

“Reliving Spain’s Legacy,” The Suburb (Bradford, U.K.), Sept-Oct. 2007; pp.18-21

"Early Islam:  Civilization and Linkages with Latin-Europe," invited presentation at Area Community Forum, Moscow, Idaho, March 31, 2007

"Microfinance:  Recent Experience, Future Possibilities" (with Tyson Rallens), Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies, Vol.31, No.2, Summer 2006

BookIslamic Civilization--History, Contributions, and Influence:  A Compendium of Literature; Scarecrow Press (Rowman-Littlefield Publishers), Lanham, Maryland; 2006

Contributed: 1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in our World (Salim T.S. Al-Hassani, Chief Editor), Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilization, Manchester, Great Britain; 2006

"From Interdisciplinarity to Intercivilization:  Early Islam and European Renaissance," presentation at the University Interdisciplinary Colloquium Seminar Series, University of Idaho; April 18, 2006

Invited Keynote Address:  "Socio-Economic Thought in Early Islamic Civilization: Contributions, Continuity, and Influence," First Annual Canadian Forum on Islamic Economics and Finance, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; September 2005

(20) Book
:  Medieval Islamic Economic Thought: Filling the Great Gap in European Economics; Edited Volume; RoutledgeCurzon Publishers (Taylor and Francis), London and New York; 2003

"Civilizational Dialogue: Medieval Social Thought, Latin-European Renaissance, and Islamic Influences," Counterpoint: Journal of Intercultural Perspectives (UK), 2003; pp. 21-36

Invited Keynote Address:  "Beyond Economics:  Making a Living, Living a Life," 43rd Initiation Reception, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, February 27, 2003

"The Future of Social Sciences: Some Emerging Issues," presentation at the Interdisciplinary Colloquium Seminar Series, University of Idaho, March 2002

"Public Sector Economics in Medieval Economic Thought: Contributions of Selected Arab-Islamic Scholars," Public Finance/Finances Publiques (Germany); Vol.53, No.1, 1998 (published 2001), pp.19-36

"Early Medieval Islamic Economic Thought: Abu Yusuf's (731-798AD) Economics of Public Finance" (with M. Nejatullah Siddiqi), History of Economic Ideas (Italy), Vol.IX, No.3, 2001

"Impact of Lawlessness on Pakistan's Macroeconomic Performance, 1960-95: Some Preliminary Evidence" (with Azhar H. Nadeem and Rafiq Ahmed), Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies; Vol.26, No.1, Spring2001

"Civilization Dialogue: Medieval Social Thought, Latin-European Renaissance, and Islamic Influences,"
paper presented at the International Medieval Congress 2001, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K.; July 2001

"Medieval Arab-Islamic Studies: The Intellectual 'Gaps'," The Bulletin of Middle-East Medievalists, Vol.13, No.1, April 2001

"Socio-Economic Welfare in Islam," articled contributed to the Oxford Dictionary of Islam; John Esposito (Editor), Oxford University Press, New York; 2001

(30) "Dependency Thesis," article contributed to the Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies; John C. Hawley (Editor); Greenwood Publishing Group Limited (East River Books Publishers); 2001

"Third World Corruption: A Survey of Issues," (with Karen May), Journal of Social, Economic, and Political Issues, Vol. 25, No. 3, Fall 2000

Book Review:  "Studies in Islamic Science and Polity," authored by M.A. Choudhury, History of Political Economy, Winter 2000; pp.699-701

"Public-Sector Economics in Medieval Economic Thought: Contributions of Selected Arab-Islamic Scholars," paper presented at the 4th Annual European Society for History of Economic Thought, Graz, Austria; February 25-27, 2000

"Public-Sector Economics in Medieval Economic Thought: Contributions of Selected Arab-Islamic Scholars."  Public Finance/Finances Publiques (Germany), Vo.53, No.1 (1998); pp.19-36

"Third-World Micro Finance: Challenges of Growth and Prospects for Adaptation," (with James Cerven);  Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies; Vol.24, No.3, Fall 1999

"Medieval Social Thought and European Renaissance: Influence of Selected Arab-Islamic Scholastics," paper presented at the 32nd Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, State University of New York Binghampton University, Binghampton, New York; October 1999

"Economic Thought of Al-Ghazali and St. Thomas Aquinas: Some Comparative Parallels and Linkages," History of Political Economy, Vol.34, No.2, Winter 2000 

"Evolution of Medieval Social Thought: European Renaissance and Influence of Islamic Scholastics (with special reference to Ibn Rushd, 1126-1198)," paper presented at the Fourth Colloquium of the International Society for the History of Arab and Islamic Science and Philosophy, Cordoba, Spain; December 1998.

BookEconomic Thought of Al-Ghazali (450-505AH/1058-1111AD), co-authored with A. Azim Islahi; Scientific Publishing Centre, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; 1998

(40) "Early Medieval Arab-Islamic Economic Thought: Abu Yusuf's (731-798) Economics of Public Finance," paper presented, History of Economics Society International Conference, Montreal, Canada, June 1998

"Taxes as form of worship: Zakah in Islamic Economics" (with Athar Murtuza, Seaton Hall University), Journal of Accounting, Ethics, and Public Policy, Vol.1, No.2, Spring 1998

“Taxes as form of worship: Zakah in Islamic Economics,” in Robert W. McGee, Editor, The Ethics of Tax Evasion, Dumont Institute for Public Policy, New Jersey; 1998

"Post-Greek/Pre-Renaissance Economic Thought: Contributions of Arab-Islamic Scholastics during the 'Great Gap' Centuries," Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology; Vol.16, Fall 1998, pp.65-89

"Medieval Arab-Islamic Social Thought and Latin-European Renaissance," The Anglo-Norman Anonymous (Bulletin of the Haskins Society International), Vol.16, No.1, 1998; pp.5-6

Invited Paper:  "Medieval Arab-Islamic and Latin-European Social Thought: Literary Gap, Sources of Transmission, and Impact on European Renaissance," presented at the Sixteenth Annual International Haskins Society Conference, Houston, Texas; November 1997 "Economic Thought of an Arab Scholastic:  Ibn Al-Qayyim (1291-1350AD)," History of Economic Ideas (Italy); Vol.3, No.l, 1997; 7-25

"Medieval Islamic Socio-Economic Thought: Linkages with Greek and Latin-European Scholarship," Humanomics: Comparative Political Economy, Vol.13, No.3-4, 1997; 33-60

"Imam Ghazali: A Great Welfare Economist of Eleventh Century," The Pakistan Banker: A Magazine of Socioeconomic Knowledge, January-June 1997, 85-94 (based on invited presentation at the University of  Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, July 1996)

"Forecasting Economic Trends and General Fund Revenue in Idaho:  Accuracy Evaluation of Various Approaches," empirical study completed December 1995, funded through CBE summer research grant.  Presented at the 42nd International Atlantic Economic Association Conference, Washington, D.C., October 1996; abstract published.

(50) Invited Paper: "Medieval Islamic Socio-Economic Thought:  Links with Greek and Latin-European Scholarship," presented at the Eighth International Conference of the Society of Socioeconomics, Geneva, Switzerland; July 12, 1996; abstract published in Conference Collections.

"Medieval Arab-Islamic Economic Thought," article contributed (March 1996), by invitation, an article for Encyclopedic Dictionary of Political Economy, edited by Phillip O'Hara, Curtin University, Perth, Australia, for Routledge Publishers; published 1999

"Government's Role in the Private Sector: The Case Against Reregulating Cable Television," (with Mark Biggerstaff), Journal of Political, Social, and Economic Studies, Vol.20, No.2, Summer 1995

"A Rejoinder to Comments on 'Economic Thought of an Arab Scholastic: Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali (1058-1111AD)', History of Political Economy, Vol.27, No.4, Fall 1995

"History of Economic Thought: The Schumpeterian `Great Gap', The `Lost' Arab-Islamic Legacy, and the Literature Gap," Journal of Islamic Studies (Oxford University), Vol.6, No.2, Fall 1995

 "History of Economic Thought: `Other Traditions and Persistence of a Literature Gap'", presented at the History of Economics Society International Conference, South Bend, Indiana; June 1995; abstract published in Collection of Papers.

Invited paper, "Classical Forerunners and Latin European Successors of Medieval Arab-Islamic Scholarship: Continuity of Traditions (with emphasis on economic thought)," International Society for the Classical Tradition, Boston University, Boston, Mass., March 1995; abstract published in Collection of Papers

Invited paper, "Medieval Economic Thought:  Contributions of Arab-Islamic Scholastics," at the Conference on Ancient and Medieval Economic Thought, Mass. Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., June 1994; abstract published in Collection of Papers

Invited paper, "Post Greek/Pre-Renaissance Economic Thought Among Arab-Islamic Scholastics," lead paper in first of the two 3-paper sessions on "Evaluating the Schumpeterian 'Great Gap',"  at the History of Economics Society International Conference, Babson College, Babson, Mass., June 1994; abstract published in Collection of Papers

"Economic Thought of Arab Scholastics and Linkages with European Scholastics," Pakistan Economic and Social Review, Vol.32, Summer 1994; pp.1-24

(60) "Economic Thought of Al-Ghazali (1058-1111AD) and St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274AD): Some Comparative Parallels and Linkages," paper presented at the International Conference of the History of Economics Society, Philadelphia; June 1993; abstract published in Collection of Papers.

"History of Economic Thought:  The Schumpeterian `Gap' and Its Legacy," paper presented at the Western Economic Association International, 67th Annual Conference; San Francisco, California, July 1992.

"Countertrade:  Help or Hindrance to Less-Developed Countries?"  (with Patricia Daily), Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies, Spring 1993

"Human Resources, Productivity, and Motivation in the Public Sector:  The Case of Saudi Arabia" (with M. Alhomide), Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives; December 1993

"Kenya:  Promoting Employment through Small-Scale Enterprise Development," abstract published in Social Planning, Policy and Development Abstracts, 1992

"Economic Thought of an Arab scholastic:  Ibn Al-Qayyim (1292-1350 AD)," paper presented at the History of Economics Society International Conference, College Park, Maryland; June 1991.

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1993 and 1994,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Scott Benson), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1993

Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1993 to June 1994:  Results of a Business Opinion Survey, UI CBDR Monograph 93-1, Center for Business Development and Research, College of Business & Economics, UI; January 1993

"Expanding Women's Role in Rural Development:  The Case of West African Sahel," (with William J. Grigsby), Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies, Vol.17, No.1, Spring 1992

"Kenya:  Promoting Employment through Small Scale Enterprise Development," (with Clark Bailey), Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives, December 1991

(70) "Scholastic Economics and Arab Scholars:  The ‘Great Gap’ Thesis Reconsidered," Diogenes:  International Review of Humane Sciences; International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies, Paris, France; No.l54, April-June l99l (published in seven languages at various times)

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1992 and 1993,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Scott Benson), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1992

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January l992 to June l993: Results of a Business Opinion Survey,"  CBDR Monograph 1992-1; University of Idaho, January 1992

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1991 and 1992,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Scott Benson), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1991

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1991 to June 1992:  Results of a Business Opinion Survey," CBDR 91-1, University of Idaho, January 1991.

"Third World Technological Change:  Some Perspectives on Socio-Economic Implications," abstracted in Social Planning, Policy & Development Abstracts, Vol. 13, No. 1, 1991

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1990 and 1991,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Scott Benson), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1990

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1990 to June 1991: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series, CBDR 90-1, January 1990

"Anticipated Economic Outlook for Idaho 1991-92:  Special Survey Methodology Results," Journal of Idaho Academy of Science, Vol. 26, June-December 1990

"Progressive Income Taxation," in Magill's Survey of Social Science:  Economics, Salem Press, Pasadena, Calif.; 1991

(80) "Stabilization Policy," in Magill's Survey of Social Science:  Economics, Salem  Press, Pasadena, Calif., 1991

"Sales Taxation," in Magill's Survey of Social Science: Economics, Salem Press, Pasadena, Calif., 1991

"Iran's 1979 Revolution: An Economic Retrospect," Journal of South Asian and Middle-Eastern Studies; summer 1991

"Explorations in Medieval Arab-Islamic Economic Thought:  Some Aspects of Ibn Taimiyah's Economics," in S. Todd Lowry (editor), Perspectives on the History of Economic Thought:  Selected Papers from the History of Economics Society Conference, 1990; Vol.7, Edward Elgar Publishing Company, Vermont, 1992; pp.45-63.  (One of 15 papers published, selected out of over 100 presented at the HES Conference, Lexington, Virginia, June 1990); (refereed paper, per editor's letter)

Invited paper, "Explorations in Medieval Arab-Islamic Economic Thought:  Some Aspects of Ibn Taimiyah's Economics," the Eighteenth Annual National Conference of the History of Economics Society, Lexington, Virginia; June 1990; abstract published in Collection of Papers.

"Economic Thought of Arab Scholastics and Linkages with European Scholastics," Abstract of Papers, 32nd Annual Conference of the Western Social Science Association, Portland, Oregon; April 1990.

 "Economic Thought of Medieval Arab-Islamic Scholastics:  Filling the ‘Great Gap’," paper presented at the Midwest Economic Association Meetings, Chicago, Illinois; March 1990.

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1989 and 1990,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Chuck Skoro), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1989

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1989 to June 1990: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research," University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series CBDR 89-1, Jan. 1989

"Economic Thought of an Arab Scholastic:  Abu Hamid al-Ghazali, 1058-1111 AD," History of Political Economy, Fall 1990.

(90) "Third World Technological Change:  Some Socio-Economic Implications," Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies, Spring 1990.

"Explorations in Economic Thought:  Contributions of Arab Scholars," paper presented at the International Annual Conference of the American Economic Association, Atlanta, Georgia; Dec. 1989

"The Impact of Welfare Aid on Society:  The U.S. Welfare Act of 1988," (with Julie Monroe); The Mankind Quarterly, Vol. 29, No. 4, Summer 1989.

"The Political Economy of Pakistan, 1947-88:  A Critical Appraisal," Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives, March 1989.

"Economic Thought of an Arab Scholastic:  Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali," paper presented at the Midwest Economic Association Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, March-April 1989.

"Scholastic Economics and Arab Scholars:  The `Great Gap' Thesis Reconsidered," abstract, History of Economics Society Bulletin, Vol. 10, No. 2, Fall 1988.

"Scholastic Economics and Arab Scholars:  The `Great Gap' Thesis Reconsidered," paper presented at the 15th Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society, Toronto, Canada; June 1988.

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1988 and 1989,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Chuck Skoro), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1988

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1988 to June 1989: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series 88-1, January 1988

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1987 and 1988,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Chuck Skoro), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1987

(100) "Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1987 to June 1988: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series 87-1, January 1987

Invited paper, "Socio-Economic Implications of Technological Change (with special reference to the Third World)," presented at the Association of Pakistani Scientists and Engineers of North America, Chicago, Illinois, November 1986.

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1983 and 1984,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Chuck Skoro), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1983

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1983 to June 1984: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, CBDR Series 83-1, January 1983

"Religion and Development in the Middle-East," Pakistan Economic and Social Review, Spring 1982

"Sales Tax Regressivity Over Time:  Effects of Changing Consumption Patterns, 1960-61 and 1972-73," Western Tax Review, Spring 1982.

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1982 and 1983,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Chuck Skoro), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1982

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1982 to June 1983: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, CBDR Series 82-1, January 1982

"Sales Tax Regressivity Over Time: Effects of Changing Consumption Patterns, 1960-61 and 1972-73," paper presented (jointly Margo Hunter) at the Western Economic Association Conference, San Francisco, California, July 1981

"Development, Ethics, and Economics:  Socio-Economic Justice in Islam," Journal of Asian and Middle-Eastern Studies, Winter l98l.

(110) “Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1981 and 1982,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Chuck Skoro), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1981

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1981 to June 1982: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, CBDR Series 81-1, January 1981

"Development, Ethics, and Economics:  Socio-Economic Justice in Islam," paper presented at the 6th Annual Third World Conference, sponsored by Governors State University, Park Forest South, Illinois, March 1980; part of a session organized and chaired by invitation

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1980 and 1981,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Don Reading), Idaho Legislative Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1980

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1980 to June 1981: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, CBDR Series 80-1, January 1980

"Religion and Development in the Middle-East," a paper presented at the 5th Annual Third World Conference, sponsored by Governors State University, Park Forest South, Illinois, March 1979

"Individual Modernity Associated with Economic-Demographic Characteristics:  Some Evidence from Pakistan," Studies in Comparative International Development, Fall (December) 1980.

Book:  Idaho Statistical Abstract, Third Edition, 1980, a widely-used 417-page volume, Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, January 1980.

"Socio-Cultural Environment and Economic Development:  Attitudes of Pakistan's Urban and Rural Group," Asian Economies (Research Institute of Asian Economies, Seoul, Korea), June 1979

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1979 and 1980,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Don Reading), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1979

(120) "Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1979 to June 1980:  Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series CBDR 79-1, January 1979. 

"Socio-Cultural Factors and Economic Development:  Some Empirical Findings from Pakistan," Asia Quarterly:  A Journal From Europe, No. 3, September 1978.

"Sales Tax Equity Aspects Again:  By Age Groups and Income Classes," Public Finance Quarterly, July 1978.

"Socio-Economic Characteristics Associated with Developmental/Non-developmental Orientation:  Some Evidence from Pakistan," paper presented at the Western Economic Association Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 1978.

 “Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1978 and 1979,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Don Reading), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1978

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1978 to June 1979: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Dev. and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series CBDR 78-1, January 1978.

"Factors Associated with Inter-county Variations in Idaho Local Government Expenditures, 1967 and 1972," (with A.R. Butt), Journal Paper Series CBDR 77-15, Center for Business Development and Research, UI, December 1977.

"Issues Relating to Retail Sales Taxation of Services in Idaho," testimony before the Governor's Task Force on Taxation, December 1977.

"Socio-Cultural Environment and Economic Development:  Evidence from Pakistan's Urban and Rural Groups," paper presented at the Western Economic Association Conference, Los Angeles, June 1977

"State Revenue Forecasting: A Review of Current Approaches," Journal Paper Series CBDR 77-5, Center for Business Development and Research, UI, May 1977 (prepared as part of the Revenue Forecasting Project, funded by the Idaho legislature).

(130) “Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1977 and 1978,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Don Reading), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1977

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1977 to June 1978: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series CBDR 77-1, January 1977

"Socio-Cultural Factors and Economic Development: Some Empirical Findings from Pakistan," paper  at the Western Economic Association Conference, San Francisco, June 1976 (also published by Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series CBDR76-14, Aug. 1976).

"Sales Tax Vertical and Horizontal Inequities:  By Age Groups and Income Classes," a paper presented at the Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, May 1976

"Sales Tax Vertical and Horizontal Inequities: By Age Groups and Income Classes," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series CBDR 76-17, October 1976.

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1976 and 1977,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Don Reading), Idaho Legislature Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1976

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1976 to June 1977: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Dev. and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series CBDR 1976-1, January 1976

"Public Attitudes toward Governmental Finances in Idaho:  A Survey of Lewiston Area" (with M. Sardar), Journal Paper Series CBDR 75-24, Center for Business Development and Research, UI, December 1975.

"Inflationary Factors for Some Operating Expenditure Categories:  Idaho's Budget for Fiscal 1976-77," Journal Paper Series CBDR 75-24, Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, November 1975 (project done at the request of the Idaho Legislative Fiscal director).

Estimating General Fund Revenues for the State of Idaho (with Don W. Holley, Boise State Univ., and Don C. Reading, Idaho State University), a monograph published by the Center for Business and Economic Research, Boise State Univ., June 1975.

(140) "Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1975 and 1976,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Don Reading), Idaho Legislative Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1975

“Equity Effects and Revenue Potential of Sales Taxation of Services:  Some Empirical Findings,” Public Finance Quarterly, April 1975

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1975 to June 1976: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series CBDR 75-1, January 1975

“Idaho General-Fund Revenue Forecast, Fiscal 1974 and 1975,” joint presentation (with Don Holley and Don Reading), Idaho Legislature Joint Revenue Forecasting Committee, Boise, Idaho, January 1974

"Idaho Economic Outlook for January 1974 to June 1975: Results of a Business Opinion Survey," Center for Business Development and Research, University of Idaho, Journal Paper Series CBDR 74-1, January 1974

"Equity Effects and Revenue Potential of Sales Taxation of Services: Some Empirical Findings," paper presented at  the Western Economic Association Conference, Claremont, California, August 1973.

"Supply and Demand," Ch. 5, contributed in Foundations of Education series

"Energy Intensiveness and Growth Prospects of Idaho Industries," special study undertaken as part of broader study, Guidelines for a Northwest Energy Policy, a joint project of the UI, Oregon State Univ., and Washington State Univ. sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Regional Commission, July 1974.

"Idaho's Retail Sales Tax:  Application to Services and Some Other Problems," a paper presented at the Idaho Academy of Science Conference, April 1973.

"Extending the Sales Tax Base to Services," a paper presented at the Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Association Conference, April 1973.

(150) Retail Sales Taxation of Service in Idaho:  Equity Effects and Revenue Potential, Bureau of Business and Economics, UI, Monograph No. 12, January 1973.

"Retail Sales Taxation of Services:  Summary of Findings for Idaho," presented at the National Tax Association Conference, published in Proceedings of the National Tax Association Conference, 1972.

"A Preliminary Analysis of Fiscal Disequilibrium in the Pacific Northwest States, 1957-1969," paper presented at the Western Regional Science Association Conference, San Diego, February 1972; also

"A Preliminary Analysis of Fiscal Disequilibrium in the Pacific Northwest States, 1957-1969," Working Paper No. 1, Bureau of Business and Economic Research, UI, 1972.

Book review, Marketing Research in Developing Countries, Journal of Developing Areas, July 1972.

"Sales Taxation of Services:  Equity and Revenue Aspects," Proceedings of the National Tax Association Conference, 1971.

"Public Finance Trends and Fiscal Imbalance in Idaho, Washington and All States, 1957-69," paper presented at the Fifth Annual Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Association Conference, April 1971.

"Financing City Government in Idaho" (with Glenn W. Nichols), Idaho Business and Economic Review, Summer 1971.

"Public Finance Trends in Idaho, Washington, and All States, 1957-1969," Idaho Business and Economic Review, December 1971.

(160) Simulation Approach to Economics:  A Survey, monograph published by the Bureau of Business and Economics, University of Idaho, Monograph No. 11, 1970.

Data and Derivatives for Measuring Sales Tax Impact, monograph published by the Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of Idaho, Monograph No. 10, 1969.

Book review, Problems of Economic Development, in Mississippi Valley Journal of Economics and Business, Spring 1969.

Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Impact of Retail Sales Taxation:  By Age Groups, Family Size, and Income Classes, Washington State University, 1969.

(164) Unpublished M.A. thesis, Financing Investment in Pakistan's Economic Development, Washington State University, l962
 
 
HONORS AND AWARDS:

 Idaho Treasure Award 2010, awarded by the University of Idaho Retirees Association, November 2010

 City of Moscow, Idaho: “Service to the Commission Award, 2009,” Human Rights Commission, served 2004-2012

 Listed, 2008, “Pride-of-Pakistan” website <http://www.prideofpakistan.com:8080/maincontroller?requestId=4&userId=180>

 Inducted, Alumnus Hall of Honor, Washington State University, Pullman, October 2007

 Distinguished Alumnus Award (highest Alumnus Achievement Award), Washington State University, October 2007

 Martin Luther King Distinguished Service Award, University of Idaho, 2007
 Alumni Awards (two) for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, December 2006 

 City of Moscow, Community Unity Award, 2005
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, December 2003

 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence for Lifetime Contributions, University of Idaho, Dec.2002
 Alumni Awards (two) for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, December 2001
 Inspirational/Influential Faculty, Scholar-Athlete Award (selected by student award-recipient), 2001
 Golden Key International Honor Society Faculty Inductee, Honorary Member, Nov. 2000
 Alumni Awards (two) for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, December 1999
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, November 1998
 A. D. Davis Faculty Excellence Award, 1997-99
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, November 1996
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, November 1995
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, November 1994
 Outstanding Faculty Award, 1994, Associated Students of the University of Idaho
 Burlington-Northern Faculty Excellence Award Nominee, by the College of Business   and Economics Dean, February 1994 and February 1995
 A.D. Davis Faculty Excellence Fellowship, 1992-93

 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, Dec. 1993
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, Dec. 1991
 Panhellenic Faculty Member of the Year, 1989-90 (Honorable Mention), Univ.of Idaho, April `90
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, Dec. 1990

 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence,  University of Idaho, Dec. 1989
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, Dec. 1988
 Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Faculty Inductee, Honorary Member, Feb. 198
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, December 1987
 Faculty Excellence Award, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 1986
 Distinguished Faculty Award (sponsored by University of Idaho Phi Kappa Phi), 1982-83
 Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, November 1982
 Selected/recommended for Fulbright Sr. Lectureship Award by the Council
               for International Exchange of Scholars, Washington, D.C., 1982-83 and 1983-84
 Regional Development Fellowship, Brown University, 1964-65

 Phi Kappa Phi (distinctive general scholastic honorary)

 Beta Gamma Sigma (scholastic honorary, Business)

 Omicron Delta Epsilon (scholastic honorary, Economics)
 International Exchange Award (covering tuition), during undergraduate years,
  Washington State University, 1958-62
 University President's Honor Roll during several undergraduate semesters, 1958-1962
 Twice nominated by Washington State University for Outstanding Student Award,
     sponsored by the American Friends of the Middle East, Inc., 1961 and 1962
 Awarded (not utilized for personal and other reasons) an International   Development Fellowship in 1967 for doctoral dissertation research in Pakistan, by the Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West, Honolulu, Hawaii

 Listed in: 

    Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers (2004-2008)
    Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2003)
    Five Hundred Leaders of Influence (1997-98)
    Who's Who in the World (1995-96 and 1996-97)
    Who's Who in the West (Educators)
    American Men and Women of Science
    Community Leaders and Noteworthy Americans
    Dictionary of International Biography (London)
    Personalities of the West and Midwest
    Who's Who in Industry and Finance
    Men of Achievement (England)
    Who's Who in American Education
    Who's Who in America
    Who’s Who in Science and Engineering (1995)
    Sterling Who's Who Directory, Executive Edition, 1995-96
    2000 Notable American Men, 3rd Edition, since1995
    Man of the Year Listing (American Biographic Institute, 1996)
    American Registry of Outstanding Professionals (2001-02)