Muhammad Waqas is an Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Bradford. Previously, he has worked at the University of Leeds, the University of York, the University of Sheffield, and the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. He has published in prestigious peer-reviewed journals.
He received funding from UKRI/ESRC for the project titled, "The role of the neighbourhood environment in shaping the mental health consequences of Covid-19" as a Principal Investigator and successfully delivered on it (for further details, visit, https://www.researchinmentalhealth.com/).
His most recent research paper is published in a 4* peer-reviewed journal. Muhammad is especially interested in the economics of migration, mental health, subjective well-being, applied microeconomics, and applied econometrics. Most of his research is on mental health, immigration and the issues revolving around immigration. Muhammad’s doctorate is from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. In his Ph.D., he investigated the aspects of immigration and attitudes towards immigration in England and Wales. He also has a dual M.Sc. Economics degrees from Sweden and Pakistan.