Khalid Saeed is widely recognized for his work on the interface of economics and system dynamics. He has published two books and numerous articles on a variety of methodological, developmental and management agendas including sustainable agriculture, poverty alleviation, political instability, supply chain management and system dynamics modeling. His current focus is on operationalization of economic policy so it can be implemented through available managerial roles.
Professor Saeed served as the head of social Science and Policy Studies department from 1997-2007. He previously taught at Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Curtin University, Australia, Dartmouth College, USA, Northeastern University, USA, Lulea Technical University, Sweden, and Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan. He has also worked as a consultant, among other organizations, with UN-ESCAP, UNDP, Asian Development Bank, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Booz Alan Hamilton, US Health Resources and Services Administration, and McKinsey & Company.
Khalid Saeed has been a President of System Dynamics Society and a founding Editor of System Dynamics Review. He currently servs on the editorial board of Systems. He received Jay Wright Forrester Award for his work on sustainable development in 1995 and has served on the Jay Wright Forrester Award Committee since 2008. He has also been the founding chair of the Awards Committee of the System Dynamics Society.