Graduate Research Fellow
Anum Mustafa is a PhD student specializing in comparative politics, political economy and quantitative methods. Her research interests include governance, service delivery and representation in developing country contexts, with a regional focus on South Asia. Anum has a BSc in Economics from the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Lahore, Pakistan, and an MPhil in Economics from the University of Cambridge in the UK. Prior to joining MIT, Anum worked as an economic consultant for Deloitte in London and as a project manager at the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan (CERP) in Lahore.
Projects October 2019
MIT GOV/LAB Dissertation and Seed Grants
A compilation of research projects and outcomes by MIT Political Science graduate students supported by MIT GOV/LAB.
News March 2023
Can Electric Vehicles Clean Up the Dirty Air in South Asia?
We speak with Anum Mustafa, MIT PhD Candidate in Political Science and MIT GOV/LAB Graduate Fellow, about her research on air pollution in South Asia.