|TITLE||BRIEF DESCRIPTION||RESEARCHERS||FUNDING||STATUS (DATE OF COMPLETION)|
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|i) WTO (Post Doha) and Regional Trade Agreements Opportunities and Perils for Pakistan’s Agriculture||To identify different constraints (SPS, AOA etc) face Agriculture’s trade of Pakistan and to analyze Regional Trade Agreements which at the same time posses both opportunities and Perils.||Usman Mustafa , MirajUl Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad||PIDE|| ||June, 2009|
|ii) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Drinking Water.||To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan.|
Identify the tax structure which helps in conserving our environment. To estimate poverty and safe drinking water availability.
|Usman Mustafa , MirajUl Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad||PPIDE/IUCN|| ||June, 2009|
|iii) An Analysis of the Economic Costs of Conflict and its Socio Demographic Causes and Implications for Pakistan||To contribute a research-based discourse on conflict and violence and their causes in Pakistan which can enable policy formation and implementation through public/private partnerships, and be disseminated in a variety of ways including through the media||Usman Mustafa, G. M. Arif, and Sofia Mumtaz||British High Commission/PIDE||Dec, 2009|| |
|iv) Impact of Agricultural Loan on Farmers Income and Crop Productivities||To assess impact of Bank’s initiative of different agricultural loaning and to calculate its impacts on farmer income, crop productivity and on overall economy.||Syed Abdul Majid and Usman Mustafa||PIDE||Dec, 2010|| |
|v) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Solid Waste Management||To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan.|
Identify the tax structure which helps in conserving our environment. To estimate poverty, and solid waste management.
Usman Mustafa , MirajUl Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad
| || ||Sep, 2009|
|vi) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Decentralization||To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan.|
To review the decentralization process in Pakistan in general and specifically in Abbottabad.
To recommend policy recommendation for an effective implementation of EFR.
|Usman Mustafa||PIDE||Dec, 2009|| |
|vii) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Poverty Alleviation and Environmental Conservation||To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan. To review the decentralization process in Pakistan in general and specifically in Abbottabad. To recommend policy recommendation for an effective implementation of EFR.||Usman Mustafa||PIDE/IUCN||Dec, 2009|| |
|viii) Willingness to pay for solid waste management (A case study of district Abbottabad)|
|To analysis House Holds, presumption, practices and their willingness to pay for solid waste management. How much they are willing to pay for improved solid waste management services?||Usman Mustafa, Iftikhar Ahmad and Miraj ul Haq||IUCN/PIDE||Dec, 2009|| |
|ix) Public Demand for Safe Drinking Water (A case study of District Peshawar)||To analyze the gap between demand and supply for safe drinking water in district Peshawar. To measure HHs ability & their willingness to Pay (WTP) for improved water services and quality. To highlight issues and factors influencing WTP in different location (rural, urban) of the district. Propose policy recommendations.||Iftikhar Ahmad, Miraj ul Haq and Abdul Sattar||PIDE||Dec, 2009|| |
|x) Consumer Perception, practices Willingness to pay and Analysis of existing laws for safe Drinking Water in Pakistan||To analyse the HH’s perception and demand for safe drinking water and the role of existing laws in environmental conservation in Pak.||Usman Mustafa, Miraj ul Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad||PIDE|| ||Oct, 2009 |