Sultan Mehmood is an expert in econometrics, policy design and policy evaluations. He is educated in Rome, Tilburg, Amsterdam, Lahore and Paris. This allows him to not only bring a truly international outlook and a unique perspective on understanding of economics but also the analytical tools and methods that are at the very cutting edge of public policy, development and policy assessments. The rigorous post-graduate education in econometrics from University of Tilburg’s prestigious CentER for Econometric and Operations Research and master's in Public Policy Evaluation from the Paris School of Economics provides him the vantage point that allows him to combine economic and econometric theory with the latest empirical methods of public policy impact assessment and evaluation. He is currently a doctoral candidate in Economics and Politics at the Paris School of Economics. He has worked on diverse topics ranging from electoral fraud, citizen perceptions in resource rich countries, costs of terrorism, financing constraints in economic crises, foreign aid and its impact, innovation and taxation policy. Mr. Mehmood has worked with leading public policy organisations such as Institute for Research on Development (Paris), Oxfam International (Oxford), Centre for Study of African Economies (Oxford University), Central Bank of Pakistan (Karachi) and Dutch Government (The Hague). His background allows to provide our clients both an insider viewpoint of how economic policy is designed, directed and implemented as well as an outsider view of how policy is rigorously assessed and evaluated. Mr. Mehmood manages large data sets and is proficient in writing complex programs in STATA, Eviews, Matlab and R. This allows him to provide timely impact assessments, evaluate aid programs and to perform policy oriented quantitative research meeting the highest standards.