Dr. Misbah Tanveer is an Assistant Professor of Business and Economics at Suleman Dawood School of Business, LUMS. She also holds the position of the Director of the Centre for Business and Society (CBS). Having a Ph.D. in Business and Economics from the University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands, she has more than 20 years of experience in industry and academia. She remained affiliated with the State Bank of Pakistan, CREESAW, and the University of Brunei in various capacities, in addition to co-founding two entrepreneurship ventures in Pakistan and UK. Her teaching interests lie in the areas of macroeconomics, business strategy, and women entrepreneurship. She remained extensively engaged in training and consultancy projects for various national & international agencies. She headed the Pakistan Women Entrepreneurship Program project, in collaboration with American University, Washington DC, funded by the US government. Her research work is mainly around entrepreneurship, economic growth, labor market dynamics, and discrimination faced by females and disadvantaged groups in labor markets. Her articles are published in well-established peer-reviewed journals like the International Journal of Manpower, Applied Economics, Economic Systems, and European Journal of Development Review, among others. She has presented her work at several conferences in the US, Europe, the United Kingdom, Southeast Asia, and South Asia.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (In Press 2023). Determinants of School to Work Transition: Global Outlook. International Journal of Manpower.

Pastore,, F. & Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2022). Determinants of School to Work Transition and Covid-19". International Journal of Manpower, 43 (7), 1487-1501.

Khalid, J. & Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2021). Violence and Economic Empowerment of Women in Pakistan: An Empirical Investigation,. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 36 (10), 545-560.

Bartolucci,, F., Tanveer Choudhry, M., Marelli, E. & Signorelli, & Signorelli,, M. (2018). GDP dynamics and unemployment changes in developed and developing countries. Applied Economics, 50 (31), 3338-3356.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. & Elhorst, P. (2018). Female labor force participation and economic development.. International Journal of Manpower, 39 (7), 896-912 (.

Bruno, G., Tanveer Choudhry, M., Marelli, E. & Signorelli & Signorelli, M. (2017). The short- and long-run impacts of financial crises on youth unemployment in OECD countries. Applied Economics, 49 (34), 3372-3394, doi:Dec 2016.

Tanveer Choudhry, M., Marelli, E. & Signorelli, M. (2016). Age Dependence and Labor Productivity Divergence. Applied Economics, 48 (50), 4823-4845, doi:May 2016.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. & Uqaili, H. (In Press 2016). Marriage versus career: a dilemma for professional women. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2015). Youth Labor Market and Great Recession. Economic Systems, 39 (1), 1-2.

Bruno, G., Choudhry, M., Marelli, E. & Signorelli & Signorelli, M. (2014). Youth Unemployment: Key Determinants and the Impact of Crises. In: Malo M., Sciulli D. (eds) Disadvantaged Workers.. Disability and Society.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2013). Youth and the Total Unemployment rate: The Impact of Policies and Institutions. Rivista internazionale di Scienze Sociali, 121 (1), 63-86.

Tanveer Choudhry, M., Marelli, E. & Signiorelli, M. (2012). Financial Crises and Female Labor Force Participation. The European Journal of Development Review.

Signorelli, M., Choudhry, M. & & Marelli, E. (2012). The impact of financial crises on female labor. The European Journal of Development Research, 24 (3), 413-433.

Tanveer Choudhry, M., Marelli, E. & Signiorelli, M. (2012). Youth Unemployment and Impact of Financial Crises. International Journal of Manpower, 33 (1), 76-95..

Tanveer Choudhry, M. & Elhorst, J. (2010). Demographic Transition and Economic Growth in China, India and Pakistan. Economic Systems.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2017). PANACHE: Business Expansion and Funding Opportunities, Published. CRC Number 23-071-2017-1, Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2015). Women Entrepreneurship in Pakistan: Issues and Challenges, Published. LUMS No: 17-014-2015-2, Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. & Uqaili, H. (2015). Gender Disparity in Pakistan Labor Market: Issues and Challenges, Published. LUMS No: 17-013-2015-2, Case Research Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

Tanveer Choudhry, M., Marelli, E. & Signiorelli, M. (2014). Youth Unemployment: Key Determinants and Impact of Crises, Published. Disadvantaged Workers: Empirical Evidence and Labour Policies, elsevier.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. & Ark, b. (2010). Economic Growth and Structural Features of Transition, Published. Economic Growth and Structural Features of Transition, Palgrave.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2010). Economic Growth and Structural Features of Transition.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (In Press 2015). Presented at. North American Case Research Conference (NACRA) Orlando, Florida, The United States of America.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (In Press 2015). First World Congress of Comparative Economics. First World Congress of Comparative Economics.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (In Press 2014). 4th South Asian Management Research and Case Conference. 4th South Asian Management Research and Case Conference.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (In Press 2014). North American Case Research Conference (NACRA). North American Case Research Conference (NACRA).

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (In Press 2013). 3rd South Asian Management Research and Case Conference 2013. 3rd South Asian Management Research and Case Conference 2013.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (In Press 2013). Leading a Reform Agenda in the Social Sector: Capacity Development of the Woman of Today. Leading a Reform Agenda in the Social Sector: Capacity Development of the Woman of Today.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2014). Reproductive Health Issues in Textile Sector of Pakistan.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2013). Power of Women Leader's Network for Promoting Reproductive Health in Pakistan.

Tanveer Choudhry, M. (2012). Economic Development, Fertility Decline and Female Economic Participation.