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Canvassing the Gatekeepers: A Field Experiment to Increase Women Voters’ Turnout in Pakistan How can we close persistent gender gaps in political participation? We develop a theory highlighting the role of male household members as “gatekeepers” of women’s participation in patriarchal settings and argue that the answer involves... Dr. Ali Cheema, Dr. Sarah Khan, Asad Liaqat, Dr. Shandana Khan Mohmand Published - May 18, 2022
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Empowerment Without Accountability? The Lawyers Movement in Pakistan and its Aftershocks This case study on the Pakistan Lawyers’ Movement and its aftermath aims to add to our knowledge of judicial empowerment processes, particularly the role of lawyers in mobilising for an independent judiciary, and the conditions... Maryam S. Khan Published - Sep 30, 2019
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Analyzing the Market for Shadow Education in Pakistan: Does Private Tuition Affect the Learning Gap between Private and Public Schools This paper analyzes the demand and supply dynamics of the shadow education market in Punjab, and finds that private tuition has a positive significant effect on learning outcomes, specifically for public school students. Bisma Haseeb Khan, Sahar Amjad Shaikh Published - Sep 18, 2018
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School Management Systems in Punjab: Evidence from a study of Government and NGO Schools This study involves a mixed-methods, comparative study of school leadership practices in Punjab in government and NGO schools.  Dr. Rabea Malik, Dr. Faisal Bari, Amal Aslam Published - Nov 1, 2017
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Genesis and Evolution of Public Interest Litigation in the Supreme Court of Pakistan: Toward a Dynamic Theory of Judicialization Research Fellow Maryam S. Khan attempts to historicize the Supreme Court’s activism through a combined qualitative and quantitative study of the evolution of PIL over a quarter-century. Maryam S. Khan Published - Feb 23, 2015