IIASA models, tools, and data are developed in collaboration with partners to tackle challenges at global, regional, national, and sub-national levels.
Read how IIASA works with research partners across the globe to deliver world-class research.
Science and policy must work together to achieve a sustainable future for humanity.
Research Scholar Exploratory Modeling of Human-natural Systems Research Group
Advancing Systems Analysis Program
+43(0) 2236 807 575
Asjad Naqvi is a Research Scholar with the IIASA Applied Systems Analysis (ASA) Program, having joined the institute in 2017. From 2013-2019, he was also employed as an Assistant Professor at the Institute for Ecological Economics, Department of Socioeconomics, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), and from 2011-2013, he was the Research Director at the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan (CERP). Dr. Naqvi received his PhD in Economics from the New School for Social Research (New York) in 2012, and his Master's in Economics from the Lahore University of Management Sciences in 2004.
His current research work focuses on building stock-flow consistent macro models to understand the relationship between the real and financial economic sectors and their linkages to climate policies and climate finance in high-income regions. These models are also being extended to explore the environment-economy interactions between the global north and the global south especially in relation to trade and investment flows. DR. Naqvi also works with multi-layer networks and agent-based models to look at how climate shocks cascade across economic landscapes via trade and migration networks. This research, which has previously applied to low-income countries, is now being extended to study how exogenous shocks ripple through global value chains.
Over the past 15 years, he has worked on projects in the fields of development, migration, institutions, networks, health and economic history in collaboration with several well-renowned research institutions including the World Bank, Harvard Kennedy School, MIT's Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and the University of Chicago.
Dr. Naqvi has published in several top economic journals including the Economic Journal, Health Economics, World Development, and the Ecological Economics. He has acquired and worked on grants from the Austrian National Bank's Jubilaumsfonds, the Austrian Climate Research Program (ACRP), FWF, the Oesterreichische Forschungsfoorderungsgesellschaft (FFG), H2020, USAID, DFID, and the UBS Optimus Foundation.
Last update: 18 MAY 2020
Dunz, N., Naqvi, A. , & Monasterolo, I. (2021). Climate Sentiments, Transition Risk, and Financial Stability in a Stock-Flow Consistent Model. Journal of Financial Stability, e100872. 10.1016/j.jfs.2021.100872. (In Press)
Müller, J., Straub, M., Naqvi, A. , Richter, G., Peer, S., & Rudloff, C. (2021). MATSim Model Vienna: Analyzing the Socioeconomic Impacts for Different Fleet Sizes and Pricing Schemes of Shared Autonomous Electric Vehicles. In: Transportation Research Board 100th Annual Meeting 2021, Washington, D.C..
Naqvi, A. , Gaupp, F., & Hochrainer-Stigler, S. (2020). The risk and consequences of multiple breadbasket failures: an integrated copula and multilayer agent-based modeling approach. OR Spectrum 42 (3), 727-754. 10.1007/s00291-020-00574-0.
Naqvi, A. (2020). COVID-19: Visualizing regional socioeconomic indicators for Europe. IIASA Report. Laxenburg: IIASA
de Schutter, L., Giljum, S., Häyhä, T. , Bruckner, M., Naqvi, A. , Omann, I., & Stagl, S. (2019). Bioeconomy Transitions through the Lens of Coupled Social-Ecological Systems: A Framework for Place-Based Responsibility in the Global Resource System. Sustainability 11 (20), p. 5705. 10.3390/su11205705.
Mochizuki, J. & Naqvi, A. (2019). Reflecting Disaster Risk in Development Indicators. Sustainability 11 (4), e996. 10.3390/su11040996.
Naqvi, A. & Stockhammer, E. (2018). Directed Technological Change in a Post-Keynesian Ecological Macromodel. Ecological Economics 154, 168-188. 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2018.07.008.
Naqvi, A. (2017). Deep Impact: Geo-Simulations as a Policy Toolkit for Natural Disasters. World Development 99, 395-418. 10.1016/j.worlddev.2017.05.015.
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
Schlossplatz 1, A-2361 Laxenburg, Austria
Phone: (+43 2236) 807 0 Fax:(+43 2236) 71 313