Zaki Eusufzai is an Associate Professor of Economics at Loyola Marymount University.
University of California, Los Angeles: Ph.D., Economics
Areas of Expertise (4)
Economic Growth and Development
Event Appearances (6)
Simulation as a Storytelling Tool in a Liberal Arts Classroom
HUIC Conference Honolulu, HI
Do Predictive Analytic Techniques Tend to Reinforce Discrimination Against Disadvantaged Groups?
Western Social Science Conference San Antonio, TX
A Call to Redesign the Networked Readiness Index (NRI)
Western Social Science Conference San Francisco, CA
Economic Growth in Bangladesh: Refocusing to a Transaction Costs Reduction Strategy
WEAI Meetings Portland, OR
Parsing the Gordon-Brynjolfsson Debate: An Empirical Exploration
WEAI Meetings Honolulu, HI
Economic Growth and the Standard of Living in Asia –An Income Distribution Perspective
CEA Conference Vancouver, Canada
Review of Weapons of Mass Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy, by Cathy O’Neil,The Social Science Journal
56:3,425-426 Peer Reviewed Book Review
Do more open countries have a higher growth rate but more inequality?Atlantic Economic Journal
While other researchers have examined the effect of outward orientation on economic growth, this paper examines the relationship between outward orientation and 21 measures of economic development using data from 88 developing countries. An attempt ...
The Kuznets hypothesis: an indirect testEconomics Letters
The Quandt Log Likelihood Ratio test, used on cross country data, shows that there is a break in the relationship between per capita GNP and income inequality; the breakpoint occurs at a per capita between $696 and $773...
Openness, economic growth, and development: Some further resultsEconomic Development and Cultural Change
ntroduction In a recent article in this journal, David Dollar examined the experience of 95 less developed countries (LDCs) for the period 1976-85 and found that outward-oriented countries do grow faster than more inward-oriented countries. However, economists ...