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Development Policy, II: The Pakistan Experience

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Publication Date: 01/01/1971

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  • Preface
  • Tables
  • Figures
  • 1. Pakistan’s Development: An Introductory Perspective [Walter P. Falcon and Joseph J. Stern]
  • 2. Growth, Development, and Regional Equity in Pakistan [Joseph J. Stern]
  • 3. West Pakistan Exports: Effective Taxation, Policy Promotion, and Sectoral Discrimination [G. С. Hufbauer]
  • 4. An Electric Power System Planning Model for West Pakistan [Henry D. Jacoby]
  • 5. Economic Aspects of Irrigation Project Design in East Pakistan [Robert Repetto]
  • 6. Relative Price Response, Economic Efficiency, and Technological Change: Α Study of Punjab Agriculture [Walter P. Falcon and Carl H. Gotsch]
  • 7. Rural Public Words and East Pakistan’s Development [John Woodward Thomas]
  • 8. Pakistan’s Industrial Entrepreneurs: Education, Occupational Background, and Finance [Gustav F. Papanek]
  • Index

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