What Motivates Public School Teachers in Punjab? Introduction Student learning outcomes in Punjab remain abysmal despite a doubling of the provincial budget in the last 7 years and a range of other investments. This has shifted government debates towards ‘quality’, with a particular focus on teachers. In view of that, the Punjab Monitoring and Implementation
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BISP and Voting Behaviour Introduction Cash transfer programs are a popular tool used in many developing countries to fight poverty. These have been subject to many studies and evaluations, and have an evidence base that is arguably one of the highest among poverty reduction tools. Evaluations of cash transfer programs in parts of Africa, Asia
Candidate Wealth, Education, and Criminality in the 2018 General Elections in Pakistan Introduction A dominant theme of the 2018 General Elections in Pakistan was wealth, ill-gotten or otherwise. The incumbent Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, was removed from office by Pakistan’s Supreme Court a year before the election and then sentenced to jail just 10 days
The Case of Basic Democracies Barely a month after coming to power in September 2018 Imran Khan promised the people of Pakistan a drastic overhaul in the country’s system of local government. Khan argued that the “transfer of power at the grassroots level and people’s empowerment in the real sense of the word was
27th March 2019, 3:00 pm – 5: 00 pm Lahore University of Management Sciences – Moot Court, SAHSOL The launch ceremony of the Pakistan@100 Report is set to take place on Wednesday, March 27th 2019, at LUMS. The Pakistan@100 Initiative is a World Bank effort to engender more vibrant policy debates on what
15th February, 2019 The Pakistan At Hundred initiative hosted a panel discussion on ‘The Future of Policing in Pakistan' on February 15, 2019. Dr. Ali Hasanain, Assistant Professor of Economics at LUMS, moderated a panel discussion on the Future of Policing in Pakistan. The panel included IG Tariq Khosa (retd.), former DG
6th December, 2018 The Pakistan At Hundred initiative hosted a panel discussion on ‘The Future of Trade in South Asia' on December 6, 2018. Ms. Nazish Afraz, Adjunct Faculty at LUMS, moderated a panel on the future of regional trade in South Asia. The panel included Dr. Javed Hamid, Professor of Economics
11th February, 2019 The Pakistan At Hundred initiative hosted a book discussion on ‘From Kargil to the Coup' on February 11, 2019. Ms. Nasim Zehra, analyst & anchor of Channel 24, discussed her book ‘From Kargil to the Coup’ with Syed Hassan Akbar, director programs at Jinnah Institute. The speaker for this
23rd November, 2018 The Pakistan at Hundred initiative hosted a panel discussion on ‘The Future of Pakistan’s Taxation’ on November 23, 2018 moderated by Dr. Mohsin Bashir. The panel included Dr. Ikramul Haq, Advocate Supreme Court and Partner Huzaima & Ikram, Ahmed Shahid Hussain, Director and Chief Strategy Officer, Service Sales Corporation
26th October, 2018 The Pakistan At Hundred initiative hosted a panel discussion on the future of Pakistan’s water capacity on October 26, 2018. The session was moderated by Dr. Agha Ali Akram, Assistant Professor of Economics at LUMS. The panel comprised of Dr. Pervaiz Amir, Senior Economist at Asianics Agro Dev, Stephen