Dr. Nadeemul Haque is former Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission of Pakistan. He did his M.A Economics (1980) and PhD (1986) from the University of Chicago, Chicago Illinois. He remained Trade Policy Advisor to the Minister of Commerce, Government of Pakistan from August 2005 to date. He has been a senior resident representative of the IMF in Egypt and Sri Lanka.
Wide-ranging operational experience over 22 years at the IMF, including leading technical assistance missions and policy and research teams, and as a resident representative in two developing countries. Strong background in economic analysis and policy development, reflected in numerous publications in academic and policy journals and conference participation.
Extensive central banking and monetary policy experience: As IMF Rep worked in 2 central banks organizing a modernization effort which included improvements in the monetary framework and the policy formulation process. Extensive research and experience of public sector reform and restructuring: led organizational reform and efforts for nationwide deregulation in Sri Lanka. Skilled public speaker with ability to develop and lead public debate in
diverse topics. Experienced at motivating and organizing civil society to develop ownership of major policy reform initiatives.