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Dr. Musadiq Malik

Dr. Musadiq Malik
 
 
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Profile
Dr. Malik has extensive international experience in public policy with a focus on economic transformation, industrial development, labour reform, employment generation, education, and healthcare. He is an Adjunct Professor of Strategy at King Saud University (Saudi Arabia) and Visiting Professor at the National School of Public Policy (Pakistan). Until recently, he was the Managing Director of a leading public sector strategy consulting firm. He has served as an advisor to government bodies in North America, Middle East and South Asia. He has also advised private sector organizations ranging from the Fortune 500 companies in the US to the largest publically traded corporations in the GCC through various stages of transformation.

He has led significant projects including the national innovation and research strategy for the Sultanate of Oman; energy / oil & gas innovation strategy for the Sultanate of Oman; six sector-specific innovation strategies for the Sultanate of Oman including industries, ICT, health, education and agriculture; the national labour reform strategy for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; industrial manufacturing development strategy for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; higher education strategy for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; knowledge-based industrial clusters strategy for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; national judicial reform strategy for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; science and technology based economic transformation strategy for the Government of Puerto Rico; alternative dispute resolution strategy for the Kingdom of Bahrain, corporate strategy for Bahrain Bourse (stock exchange), and industrial strategy for the Kingdom of Bahrain.

He has provided advise to global leaders including the Crown Prince of Bahrain; Ministers of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Labour, Commerce and Industry, Education,); Cabinet members in Oman (Minsters of National Economy, Energy / Oil and Gas, Industry, Healthcare, Social Development, Agriculture, and Education); the Secretary General of the Research Council - Oman; Minister of Industries & Commerce � Bahrain; Minister of Transportation and Cabinet Affairs � Bahrain; COO of the EDB � Bahrain; and the Governor of Puerto Rico. .� Dr. Malik has previously served as the Vice President and Regional Director for the Middle East for Charles River Associates (CRA International) and in senior positions at Arthur D. Little (USA) and SRI International (USA).

Dr. Malik finished his Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Illinois - College of Medicine - in Health Economics and Medical Decision Making. He obtained Ph.D. and M.S. in Healthcare Administration and Policy; and an MBA from the University of Illinois. He has taught and supported undergraduate and graduate courses in public policy and management. He has widely presented his policy frameworks and recommendations at international conferences and in front of senate and cabinet members across various countries.
 
 
 
 
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