ISSN 1811-5446

THE LAHORE JOURNAL

OF

ECONOMICS

Lahore School of Economics

 

 

 

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Abdul Saboor and

Zakir Hussain

The Dynamics of Rural Poverty in Pakistan: A Time Series Analysis

 

Imran Ashraf Toor

Child Laborís Link with Literacy and Poverty in Pakistan

 

Mete Feridun

Explaining Financial Crises in Emerging Markets:

A logit model on the Turkish data (1984-2001)

 

Mohammad Afzal

Demand and Supply of Exports in Pakistan __ A Disequilibrium Model

 

Umer Khalid, Lubna Shahnaz and Hajira Bibi

Determinants of Poverty in Pakistan: A Multinomial Logit Approach

 

Haroon Jamal and

Amir Jahan Khan

The Knowledge Divide:

Education Inequality in Pakistan

 

Mohammad Pervez Wasim

Milk Production Response in Pakistan

 

Javed Iqbal and Aziz Haider

Arbitrage Pricing Theory:

Evidence From An Emerging Stock Market

 

Note:

Javaid Iqbal Khan

Intra-Model Employment Elasticities (A Case Study of Pakistanís Small Ė Scale Manufacturing Sector)

 

Book Review:

Miguel Loureiro

Pakistan Under Musharraf: Economic Reform and Political Change

Volume 10, No.1

 

Jan-June, 2005

 

 

 
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