Ph.D., Georgia State University (in progress)
M.S.S., University of Dhaka (Bangladesh)
B.S.S., University of Dhaka (Bangladesh)
- Ishtiaque Fazlul is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Georgia State University and works as a graduate research assistant for the Georgia Policy Labs. He is an applied microeconomist working on topics related to child health and education. Some of the current research topics he is working on include, the effect of universal pre-K on educational and discipline outcomes, the inter-generational health effect of education, Advanced Placement (AP) exam taking behavior among AP course takers, and the effect of repealing the ACA individual mandate on insurance coverage. Prior to the doctoral program, Ishtiaque worked for Innovations for Poverty Action as a research associate on a number of academic research projects. Before that, he received a master’s and an undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Dhaka in Bangladesh.