Ph.D., Georgia State University, Economics
Bachelor of Social Sciences, University of Dhaka, Economics
Areas of Expertise
Causal inference, Advanced Quantitative Methods, Global Health, Health Disparity, Risky Health Behavior, Social Determinants of Health, Maternal and Child Health, Measurement of Student Disadvantage, School Finance
Honors, Awards, and Achievements
Co-PI (with Rachel Anderson, Alexandra Ball, Cory Koedel, and Eric Parsons). Walton Family Foundation. Measuring Student Disadvantage in the Era of the Community Eligibility Provision. 2020-2021
Center for Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR) Fellowship, Georgia State University. 2018- 2020
Dean’s Fellowship, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University. 2015- 2017
Usery Chair Research & Travel Grants. 2018- 2020
Ramsey Chair Summer Research Grant. 2018
Affiliate, Owens Institute for Behavioral Research, University of Georgia
Affiliate, Georgia Policy Labs, Georgia State University
Affiliate, Education Economics Center, Kennesaw State University
Member – American Economic Association; American Society of Health Economists; Association of Public Policy Analysis & Management; Southern Economic Association; Association for Education Finance and Policy
Introduction to Business Statistics; Fall 2021, Spring 2022, Fall 2022, and Spring 2023 at Kennesaw State University
Health Economics; Spring 2021 at University of Missouri
Principles of Microeconomics; Summer 2017 at Georgia State University
Principles of Macroeconomics; Spring 2017 at Georgia State University
Health Economics and Policy, Education Economics and Policy, Global Health, Health Disparity, Risky Health Behavior, Social Determinants of Health, Maternal and Child Health, Measurement of Student Disadvantage, School Finance
Fazlul, Ishtiaque, Cory Koedel, and Eric Parsons. (2023). “Free and reduced-price meal eligibility does not measure student poverty: Evidence and policy significance.” Economics of Education Review.
Fazlul, Ishtiaque, Cory Koedel, and Eric Parsons. (2023). “A Poor Poverty Measure: Look Beyond Free Lunch Data to Identify Children in Need.” Education Next.
Datta, B. K. and Ishtiaque Fazlul. (2022). “Role of subsidized coverage on medication adherence among hypertensive and diabetic patients: Evidence from the NHIS 2011-2018.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine – Focus.
Puneet Arora, Ishtiaque Fazlul, and Tareena Musaddiq. (2022). “Can recognition nudge for teachers and principals improve student performance? Evidence from a field experiment in India.” Applied Economics Letters.
Datta, B. K., Ashwini Tiwari, and Ishtiaque Fazlul. (2022). “Child marriage and risky health behaviors: Tobacco use among child brides in adulthood in India.” BMC Women’s Health.
Charles Courtemanche, Ishtiaque Fazlul, James Marton, Benjamin Ukert, Aaron Yelowitz, and Daniela Zapata. (2021). “The Affordable Care Act’s Coverage Impacts in the Trump Era.” INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.
Fazlul, Ishtiaque, Cory Koedel, Eric Parsons, and Cheng Qian. (2021). “Estimating test-score growth with a gap year in the data.” AERA Open.
Fazlul, Ishtiaque, Todd Jones, and Jonathan Smith. (2021). “College Credit on the Table? Advanced Placement Course and Exam Taking.” Economics of Education Review.
Datta, B. K., Jami Husain, and Ishtiaque Fazlul. (2020). “Tobacco control and household tobacco consumption: A tale of two educational groups.” Health Economics.
Courtemanche, Charles, James Marton, Benjamin Ukert, Aaron Yelowitz, Daniela Zapata, and Ishtiaque Fazlul. (2019). “The Three Year Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Disparities in Insurance Coverage.” Health Services Research, 54(S1): 307-316.
Courtemanche, Charles, Ishtiaque Fazlul, James Marton, Benjamin Ukert, Aaron Yelowitz, and Daniela Zapata. (2018) “The Impact of the ACA on Insurance Coverage Disparities after Four Years.” Ch. 2 in Medicaid: Politics, Policy, and Key Issues, ed. Daniel Lanford. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. ISBN: 978-1-53618-133-3.