- Pakistan’s economy recurring cycles of high and low economic growth since independence in 1947 and the measure that need to take to ensure a sustained growth in the future.
- The benefit from foreign direct investment for moving Pakistan’s economy forward.
- The existing taxation system in Pakistan, its weaknesses and the key elements of the requisite reform package for raising the tax GDP ratio to a desired level.
- Benefit from the huge and growing foreign remittance.
- Speeding up its development by increasing exports in general as well as to the countries in our neighborhood and the region.
- The origin and the nature of the crisis in the energy sector and the possible strategies to overcome it.
- The socio-economic and political dimension of the economy today, the challenges it faces and the requisite policies for its revival / growth.
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- Troubled Times in the Age of Extremes published by Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad. 2006
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