Naz Saleem has been working on his first book titles 'Global Economic and Public Policy Framework'for over six years since he first conceived some of the innovative ideas suggested in the book nearly 20 years ago during his time as a lecturer in Sheffield.
While working as an expatriate lecturer in Turkey, Naz was able to find some spare time to spend writing the book. Although the title of the book had something to do with the new millennium, it eventually turned out to be on the Global Economic and Public Policy issues.
Naz spent most of his working life as an academic and a management and marketing professional in more than five different countries. He holds a Masters degree in urban affairs and public policy from Virginia Tech and an M Phil from School of Planning, Oxford Brookes. He is also a qualified Marketing professional and a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK. As an academic, he spent for over ten years teaching business and management related courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in more than three countries, including the UK. For another ten years, Naz has been working both as a lecturer and in education management. Naz now lives in London with his family. While lecturing and engaging in education management as well as consultancy, he is currently busy formulating a strategy for promoting the policy propositions suggested in his first book. Naz's latest book on 'Sovereign Debt Crisis and Economic Sustainability' is based on one topic from the earlier book. The recent banking crisis that emerged after the credit crunch in 2007 and the following economic criris in the West prompted by the mounting sovereign debt motivated the author to complete this latest book.