Power Dynamics, Institutional Instability and Economic Growth: The Case of Pakistan

By Akmal Hussain, Distinguished Professor, Beaconhouse National University, Lahore

A study, supported by The Asia Foundation, which analyzes economic development in Pakistan in the context of power and institutions in the country. It examines the causes of continuing development challenges, and it identifies seven strategic “Drivers of Change” that could address these root causes for a major impact on development in Pakistan.

Posted December 2, 2008
Related locations: Pakistan
Related programs: Economic Opportunity

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