Habibullah Magsi (PhD) is serving as a Professor of Agricultural Economics at Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam, Pakistan. He is a recipient of the Philippe Aydalot Prize 2014, the Prize awarded for the best thesis in Regional Sciences, defended in the European countries. He holds a PhD degree in the Development Economics from the ParisTech (France) and a Master degree in Spatial Economics from University of Paris Nanterre (France). Besides extensive teaching experiences, his research work focuses on resolution and prevention of land use conflicts, generated by infrastructural development projects in the developing countries, where he has broadened the methodological skills on the territorial development and introduced with other social-sciences like: sociology, geography and anthropology. His research contributes in the contemporary social and territorial development with geopolitics and governance system. He is the author of a book and many research and extension articles on development related issues over developing countries. Dr. Magsi has not only participated in the scientific committees of various national and international conferences, but also serving as the member of diverse national and international professional associations.