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Poverty Reduction in Pakistan:
Learning from the Experience
G. M. Arif
PAKISTAN INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
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Pakistan Needs A Better Business Environment
(Ex President Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry)
The economic prosperity of any country is largely due to the initiatives of the private sector and fully supported by the government thru demand-oriented facilities. The government
Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences Vol. 7, No. 2, 101-115, 2011
THE SOUTH ASIATIC MONSOON AND FLOOD HAZARDS IN THE INDUS RIVER BASIN, PAKISTAN
Shamshad Akhtar Department of Geography, University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan Abstract Flood is the most common of all environmental
DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN PAKISTAN
1. Due to diverse geo-climatic conditions prevalent in different parts of the globe, different types of natural disasters like floods, droughts, earthquakes, cyclones, landslides, and volcanoes etc may strike according to the vulnerability of the area.
Despite of severe issues regarding Economic instability, power outages, availability of cheap imported cars, and rise in PKR parity against Dollar/JPY, Auto sector performance in the benchmark index remain relatively better.
During FY13, Locally produced cars plus LCVs stood at 134658...
Poverty in Pakistan
Poverty is Pakistan’s biggest problem which today’s Pakistan facing, it is interconnected with several elements which are having direct or indirect relationship with poverty. This paper is an effort to find out and discuss the elements related to poverty and i
Economic affect of flooding on the Pakistan economy
The floods in Pakistan have amounted to an economic disaster for the country. The scale of the human tragedy is enormous. To put it in some perspective, the flood waters have submerged one-fifth of Pakistan; roughly an area the size of Florida
Fisheries sector occupies a very important place in the socio-economic development of the country. It has been recognized as a powerful income and employment generator as it stimulates growth of a number of subsidiary industries, and is a source of cheap and nutritious food besides b
The worst ever floods in Pakistan’s history have destroyed homes, ravaged land and put the livelihoods of millions on a standstill. A complete assessment of losses is yet to be made as floodwaters continue to deluge parts of the Sindh province. As this report is being filed, t
SBP-Research Bulletin Volume 2, Number 1, 2006
Inflation in Pakistan: Money or Wheat?
Mohsin S. Khan* and Axel Schimmelpfennig**
This paper examines the relative importance of monetary factors and structuralist supply-side factors for inflation in Pakistan. A stylized inflation model is specifi
BASIC MIMAP Poverty Profile of Pakistan
G. M. Arif
Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Islamabad
Table of Contents
3. Income and Expenditure
1 Real annual per capita expenditure
What are development issues in Pakistan identify the obsession & hurdles impeding development of Pakistan?
Scarred from birth, Pakistan's quest for survival has been as compelling as it has been uncertain. Pakistan cycled through a number of phases of development through its beginning Politica
FLOODS IS ASSAM ON 22nd JUNE 2012
Assam, the gateway to the north-eastern seven sister states of India, is facing the nature’s fury once again as the Brahmaputra and its tributaries (Kapili etc.,) continued to flow above the danger mark due to heavy rainfalls since June 1st week.
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Chapter I: Introduction
The research that has been carried out is about is textile industry of Pakistan.
In this report the researchers have tried and highlight the problems that are being faced by the Pakistan’s biggest industry which is Textile Industry. It is known as the biggest sources of
PAKISTAN’S ECONOMIC FUTURE
DR. ISHRAT HUSAIN
Economists have a very poor track record of forecasting the future as the dynamic interactions between complex variables, an imperfect understanding of the non-economic factors and the occurrence of unanticipated exogenous shocks turn their jud