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Dr. Haider, Murtaza.
Ryerson University,
Toronto, Canada.

Dr. Murtaza Haider is a professor of Supply Chain Management at the Ted Rogers School of Management (Ryerson University). He also serves as the Director of the  Institute of Housing & Mobility (www.urbaneconomics.ca).  Professor Haider also holds adjunct professorships at McGill University and the University of Toronto. Before joining Ryerson University in 2006, Professor Haider taught travel demand forecasting, infrastructure investment analysis, and land development at McGill University.  Professor Haider researches decision-making of shippers, carriers, and 3PL vis-à-vis trade routes and modes along the major trade corridors in North America. Professor Haider has also undertaken pioneering research in housing supply in Canada.
His research focuses on the microeconomic behaviour of builders in the homebuilding industry. Professor Haider is a member of the Transportation Research Board's Transportation and Land Development committee and the Committee on Developing Countries.
A graduate of Engineering University in Peshawar, Professor Haider later earned a Masters in transportation engineering and planning, and a Ph.D. in urban systems analysis from the University of Toronto. He also obtained a certificate in magazine journalism from Ryerson University. Professor Haider also contributes to the news media on development issues in South Asia.
Alongside his academic responsibilities, Dr. Haider manages a value added consulting firm, REGIONOMICS INC., which specializes in econometric modelling of real estate markets, travel demand forecasting, municipal Geographic Information Systems, and infrastructure planning and development.