Management of Pakistan Economy

This research draws on the Lahore School of Economics fifteen annual conferences on “The Management of the Pakistan Economy” and its recent publication “Pakistan: Moving the Economy Forward” (OUP, 2015) as well as recent research to come up with a fresh and updated publication on the Pakistan economy which takes as a starting point the earlier widely read and quoted, Viqar Ahmed and Rashid Amjad, “The Management of the Pakistan Economy 1947-1982 (Oxford University Press, 1984).

Lead Researcher: Dr. Rashid Amjad.

Assisted by: Ms. Almazia Shahzad.

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