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Dr Fiaz Hussain

Visiting Academic

Dr Fiaz Hussain


  • Foreign Direct Investment (location determinants and policy regimes), 
  • Governance (specifically corruption/anti-corruption), 
  • Public Policy process and role of official and non-official actors, 
  • Social Policy


Dr Hussain is a post-doctoral fellow at the International Business and Strategy Department, Henley Business School. He is an awardee of Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan Post-doctoral fellowship and works with Dr Denise Tsang.

Dr Hussain hails from Pakistan and worked as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Public Administration, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. He holds a PhD in ‘Government & Public Policy’ from National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan.

His academic career spans over 9 years and before joining academia, he has served in National Accountability Bureau (Pakistan’s apex anti-corruption agency) and has worked on Pakistan’s National Integrity System.

His research papers have been published in reputed peer-reviewed journals and he has also presented his research work at national and international conferences. Currently, he is an editorial member of Pakistan Administrative Review and South Asian Journal of Contemporary Social Sciences, and a reviewer of some reputed journals.

As a member of the National Curriculum Review Committee, Dr Hussain has contributed to designing the national curriculum of Public Administration for undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has also provided his insights on designing a national curriculum for public policy discipline in Pakistan. Recently, he developed the scheme of a 2-years M.Phil degree programme in ‘Public Policy and Management’ at the Department of Public Administration.