Working Papers

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Invisible Citizens: Why More Women in Pakistan Do Not Vote Why does a gender gap in voting exist in Pakistan? Dr. Ali Cheema, Dr. Shandana Khan Mohmand, Dr. Sarah Khan, Asad Liaqat Published - Apr 1, 2019
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Safeguarding Pakistanis: Punjab’s Crime Problem, its Pathology and Priority for Action Findings strongly suggest that the Government of Punjab needs to develop a holistic policy framework for citizen safety that gives primacy to generating youth employment in large city districts in addition to strengthening deterrence. Dr. Ali Cheema, Dr. Farooq Naseer, Zulfiqar Hameed Published - Nov 1, 2017
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A Forecasting Model of Punjab Revenue and Spending The main purpose of this study is to make the budget more intelligible and to develop insights into the constituents of the provincial budget for students of economics and others with an interest in public... Dr. Anjum Nasim Published - Jul 1, 2016
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Agricultural Taxation in Punjab: The Missing Billions A key objective of this paper is to estimate the revenue potential from different modes of agricultural land and income taxation in Punjab, and to allow for a more informed debate and discussion on the... Dr. Anjum Nasim, Hanid Mukhtar Published - Feb 1, 2016
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Fiscal Space for Special Protection in Pakistan This paper maintains that although reducing the fiscal deficit is important – not least because the recourse to money printing continues to erode the real value of income transfers to the poor – the answer does not lie in... Dr. Anjum Nasim Published - Dec 1, 2014