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Pakistan: The Economy of an Elitist State
Ishrat Husain
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This is an insightful case study of Pakistanís economic development during the past fifty years which demonstrates that the benefit of this development has predominantly affected a small class of elites, while the majority of the population remains illiterate, poor, and backward.
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Dr Ishrat Husain joined the State Bank of Pakistan as Governor in December 1999. Prior to this he held senior positions at the World Bank in Washington D.C. from 1979-1999. He started his career as a member of the Civil Service of Pakistan in 1964 and served the government in various capacities until 1979. He holds a Masterís Degree in Development Economics from Williams College and a doctorate degree in Economics from Boston University.
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Paperback 432 pages ISBN: 9780195793796 Price: Rs.595.00

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