SUMMER – 2018,  VOLUME: 1,  NUMBER: 1

1. International Trade and Labor Market Response of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises

Misbah Nosheen, Javed Iqbal and Zia Ur Rehman

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2. Income and Price Elasticities of Demand for Imported Crude Oil in Pakistan

Khadija-tul- Kubra, Muhammad Tariq Mahmood, Falak Sher and Rehmat Ullah Awan

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3. Does Trade Openness Cause Marginalization in Pakistan?

Nida Qadir and Muhammad Tariq Majeed

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4. Determinants of the Households’ Choice of Drinking Water Source in Pakistan: Evidence from PSLM 2014-15

Muhammad Ilyas, Zubaria Andlib and Ayesha Naz

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5. Behavioral Efficiency: An Emerging Term in Management Sciences

Memoona Shaheen and Abdul Salam Lodhi

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WINTER – 2018,  VOLUME: 1,  NUMBER: 2

1. Do Real Effective Exchange Rate and its Volatility Really Matter for Trade Balance in Pakistan? An Empirical Investigation by Dynamic Causal Connection

Munir Ahmad and Rana Ejaz Ali Khan

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2. Export Performance of Pakistan: A Co-Integration Analysis with World Commodity Prices

Amina Malik and Muhammad Tariq Majeed

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3. Impact of Monitoring Mechanism on Mode of Payment in Corporate Merger and Acquisitions in Pakistan

Yasmeen Akhtar and Attiya Yasmin Javid

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4. Impact of Infrastructure and Institutional Quality on Industrial Sector of Pakistan

Shehnaz.  Kaleem Anwar Mir and Tayyaba Idrees

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5. Impact of Trade Liberalization on Employment, Poverty Reduction and Economic Development

Tariq Mahmood Ali, Adiqa Kausar Kiani and Muhammad Hafeez

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SUMMER – 2019,  VOLUME: 2,  NUMBER: 1

1. Test of Ownership Dispersion Theory as Explanation of Under Pricing of New Issues in Pakistan

Attiya Yasmin, Javid Malik, Muhammad Shehryar and Shakeel Shahzad

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2. Decomposition of Earning Inequality in Selected Cities of Pakistan

Rummana Shah

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3. Exchange Rate and Oil Price: Asymmetric Adjustment in Pakistan

Uzma Zia and Naseem Faraz

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4. An Empirical Analysis of Child Labor : Evidence from Pakistan

Amtul Hafeez and Sadam Hussain

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5. Does Aid Work in Conflict? An Empirical Analysis of Pakistan

Sadia Mansoor and Zia Ullah

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WINTER – 2019,  VOLUME: 2,  NUMBER: 2 

1. Terrorism, Globalization and Economic Growth: Evidence From Asian and African Developing Countries

Rameen Khan and Bushra Yasmin

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2. Measuring Poverty And Deprivation In A Multi-Dimensional Perspective: A Case Study Of District Astore, Gilgit-Baltistan

Shaista Munawar and Saranjam Baig

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3. Decomposing the Trade-Environment Nexus for South Asian Countries

Fizza Shaukat and Hafsa Hina

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4. Impact of Ownership Structure on Audit Fee

Burhan Ali Shah and Anees Ur Rehman

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5. An Empirical Analysis of Economic Growth-FDI Nexus: The Role of FDI Volatility In Pakistan

Muhammad Tariq Majeed and Saba Ashiq

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SUMMER – 2020,  VOLUME: 3,  NUMBER: 1 

1. Debt Sustainability Analysis in Pakistan: A Fan Chart Approach    

Maliha Iqbal Nizami, Hajra Ihsan and Hamid Hasan

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2. Exchange Rate Volatility and External Debt in Pakistan: A Case Study

Ambreen Zahra and Bushra Yasmin

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3. Measuring the Effects of Monetary Policy: A Factor-Augmented Vector Auto Regressive Approach

Kulsoom Bibi and Ahsan ul Haq Satti

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4. External Debt and Capital Accumulation Nexus: Evidence from Pakistan

Tahir Mukhtar and Abida Yousaf

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5. Foreign Aid and Human Development in Developing Countries: Role of Institutional Quality

Saadia Ali, Zainab Jehan and Sadia Sherbaz

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