Welcome to GIDS
The Graduate Institute of Development Studies (GIDS) was established in 2012 by the Lahore School of Economics to stimulate an interdisciplinary approach to development policy and practice that would promote equitable and sustainable development in a period of rapid globalization and technological change. It aims to address the pressing concerns that have arisen as the development process has unfolded in the developing world, including Pakistan.
Dr. Rashid Amjad participated in a panel discussion on “Still the Overdeveloped State?: Political Economy of Pakistan” along with Dr. S. Akbar Zaidi and Aasim Sajjad Akhtar at the Lahore Think Fest 2020.
Dr. Rashid Amjad participated in a panel discussion on “Still the Overdeveloped State?: Political Economy of Pakistan” along with Dr. […]
Dr. Nasra Shah participated in the 20th Annual Population Research Conference held on 27-28th November 2019
Dr. Nasra Shah participated in the 20th Annual Population Research Conference entitled, “Are We Ready for a 2nd Pakistan at[…]
Dr. Nasra Shah delivered a presentation on “If Desired Fertility is Achieved, High Birth Rates Would Persist in Qatar” at[…]
Dr. Nasra Shah, Professor, Graduate Institute of Development Studies participated in the 7th meeting of the advisory group of ILO[…]
The Graduate Institute of Development [GIDS] hosted Second Economic History Society Meeting on October 29 th , 2019 at 11:30[…]
Dr. Fareeha Zafar Presented at the International Conference on “Language Policy in International Agreements”
The Lahore School of Economics hosted its first international conference on “Language Policy in International Agreements: The Asian Experience with[…]
News & Media
By Khalid Mustafa Published in The News, January 24, 2020 ISLAMABAD: The draft of Pakistan Textile Policy for 2020-25 with[…]
By: Salman Siddiqui Published in The Express Tribune, January 11, 2020 KARACHI: The State Bank governor on Friday said overseas Pakistanis[…]
By: Rizwan Ghilzai Published in Express Tribune, December 24, 2019 ISLAMABAD: The federal government on Tuesday approved removing over 600,000 beneficiaries[…]
By: Web Desk Published in The News, December 11, 2019 First Pakistani Startup has received an investment directly from the[…]