- Author:Robert LaPorte,Shahid Javed Burki
- Publisher:Oxford University Press (April 18, 1985)
- Pages:384 pages
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Pakistan's Development Priorities book.
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Burki, Shahid Javed, and Robert Laporte Jr. (eds) (1986) Pakistan’s Development Priorities: Choices for the . 1997) Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Managing Across Levels of Development, Paris, OECD. (eds) (1986) Pakistan’s Development Priorities: Choices for the Future. Karachi: Oxford University Press. i Drucker, Peter (1998) In Defence of Japan’s Bureaucracy. Osborne, and Ted Baebler (1993) Reinventing Government: How the Entrepreneurial Spirit is Transforming the Public Sector. New York: Penguin, Palme.
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Robert Klitgaard Data Analysis for Development (UGC (Monographs) Series in Economics). ISBN 13: 9780195773132. Data Analysis for Development (UGC (Monographs) Series in Economics). (eds) (1986) Pakistan’s Development Priorities: Choices for the Future Drucker, Peter (1998) In Defence of Japan’s Bureaucracy. Foreign Affairs 77:5 250– 253.
com Product Description (ISBN 0195773330, Paperback). The authors describe and analyse Pakistan's economy, and prescribe a strategy for its socio-economic progress. Library descriptions.
The acquisition of this book is likely to benefit libraries and active . Series: International Library of Critical Writings in Economics (Book 75).
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Shahid Javed Burki is an economist who has been a member of the . Before joining BIPP, Mr. Ejaz was member of the Economics faculty at the University of Central Punjab. CHOICE – Outstanding Academic Title – Award Winner.
Shahid Javed Burki is an economist who has been a member of the faculty at Harvard University, USA, and Chief Economist, Planning and Development Department, Government of. the Punjab. He’s also taken a number of consultancy assignments, most notably working with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on its SDGs agenda for the province of Punjab and with ICF International, Canada on its energy efficiency and policy analytics division.
Pakistan: The Enigma of Political Development. The Poverty Curtain: Choices for the Third World. New York: Columbia University Press, 1976. Pakistan Under Bhutto 19711 1 1 77. New York: St. Martinn n n s Press, 1980. Agricultural Price Policy and Development in West Pakistan, Vol. 1, Final Report. Organization for Social and Technical Innovation, February 1970.