Lubna Hasan
Lubna Hasan
Lubna Hasan
Senior Research Economist
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Qualification

MS in Development Studies, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Area of Expertise

Governance and Institutions.

Publications

Articles

·         Myths and Realities of Long-run Development: A look at Deeper Determinants. Pakistan Development Review. 2007, vol. 46, no. 1: pp 19-44.

·         An Anatomy of State Failures in the Forest Management in Pakistan.  Pakistan Development Review (forthcoming).

·         Financial Liberalization, Savings and Economic Development in Pakistan. Economic Development and Cultural Change. 1998, vol. 46, no. 3 [withAshfaque Hasan Khan].

·         The Exports, Growth and Causality: An application of Co-integration and Error-correction Modeling. Pakistan Development Review. 1995 vol. 34, no. 4 [withAshfaque Hasan Khan and Afia Malik].

·         Determinants of National Saving Rate in Pakistan. Economia Internazionale. 1994, vol. XlVll, no. 4 [withAshfaque Hasan Khan and Afia Malik].

·         Dependency Ratio, Foreign Capital Inflows and the Rate of Savings in Pakistan. Pakistan Development Review. 1992 vol. 31, no. 4 [withAshfaque Hasan Khan and Afia Malik].

 Working Papers

·         Contextualizing Local Economic Development for Developing Countries. MPRA Working Paper no. 7959. Munich Personal RePEc Archive.

·         Cities and Quality of Life-Should We Monitor Pakistani Cities. MPRA Working Paper no. 6522. Munich Personal RePEc Archive.

·         An Anatomy of State Failures in the Forest Management in Pakistan.  MPRA Working Paper no. 6513. Munich Personal RePEc Archive.

·         On Measuring Complexities of Urban Living through City Rankings. Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Working Papers 2008: 46. Islamabad.

·         Myths and Realities of Long-run Development: A look at Deeper Determinants. Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Working Papers 2006: 12. Islamabad.

·         Analyzing Institutional Set-up of Forest Management in Pakistan. 2001 Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Research Report Series number 182. Islamabad.

·         Property Regimes in resource Conservation-A Framework for Analysis. MPRA Working Paper no. 7430. Munich Personal RePEc Archive.

 Books and Book Chapters

·         Key Messages-Research at PIDE. With Nadeem-Ul-Haque and Musleh-ud Din. Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. Islamabad.

·         On Ranking Cities: Issues and Options, in Nadeem Ul Haque and Durre Nayab (eds.) Cities: Engines of Growth. (2007) Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. Islamabad.

·         Macro-economic Framework for the Eighth Five-Year Plan for Pakistan. 1993. Pakistan Institute of Development Economics [with Nawab Haider Naqvi as the lead author].

Others

·         Training Opportunities and Gaps in Environment and Natural Resource Management in Pakistan. Paper presented at the workshop ‘Training needs in the field of Environment and Natural Resource Economics’, by South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics (SANDEE). Dhulikhel, Nepal September 2000.

·         PIDE-LUMS Seminar on the New Governance Effort.   The Pakistan Development Review (2006), 45 (1): Spring, 163-167.

·         Comments: The Growth Impact of Exports in South Asian Countries. The Pakistan Development Review (2005), 44 (4): Winter, 917-919.

·         Comments: Which Institutions are More Relevant Than Others in Inequality Mitigation? The Pakistan Development Review (2006), 45 (4): Winter, 911-912.

·         Comments: Economics of Regaining Office: The Case of Pakistan (1947-2005). The Pakistan Development Review (2006), 45 (4): Winter, 923.

·         Comments: Inter-Industry Wage Differentials in Pakistan. The Pakistan Development Review (2006), 45 (4): Winter, 946.

·         Comments: Corporate Governance and Firm Performance: Evidence from Karachi stock Exchange. The Pakistan Development Review (2006), 45 (4): Winter, 964.

Articles in Newspapers.

·         Rethinking Pakistan’s Growth Strategy. Business Recorder (February 19, 2007).