Published April 1991
by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English
|Contributions||Hastings Donnan (Editor), Pnina Werbner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||287|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Economy and culture in Pakistan. Basingstoke: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. The new edition of this classic textbook is an extensive study of the environment, geography, people, and economy of Pakistan. This book has been fully updated and rewritten to specifically match the latest / syllabus for the O Level Pakistan Studies Paper /2 and IGCSE® syllabus /02, The Environment of Pakistan. This book is about understanding Pakistan's structural transformation over six decades in a political economy framework. The author examines how and where such transformations have taken place, in the economy, society, in class and gender relations, in manifestations of consumerism and culture Cited by: 5. This book is the main text for post-graduate courses on South Asia's development, economic history and on its political economy. For researchers on Pakistan's economy, it is the key source for reference, and covers a huge and diverse array of data, literature reviews, commentary and analysis. From inside the book.
S. Akbar Zaidi This book is about understanding Pakistan’s structural transformation over six decades in a political economy framework. The author examines how and where such transformations have taken place in the economy, society, in class and gender relations, in manifestations of consumerism and culture, and in other ways. After sketching the pre-modern history of the subcontinent, the book concentrates on the last three centuries from c to the present. Jointly written by two leading Indian and Pakistani 4/5(1). The right kind of environment imperative for a vibrant strategic culture in Pakistan would require emphasis on running institutions related to governance, rule of law, economy, foreign policy. Economy and culture influence each other. Over the last ten years, economists such as Guiso, Sapienza, and Zingales have been exploring the relationship between culture, values, individual preferences and the economy, focusing on the unidirectional impact of culture on the economy. They have demonstrated empirically, for example, that the level.
Pakistan - Pakistan - Economy: After several experiments in economic restructuring, Pakistan currently operates a mixed economy in which state-owned enterprises account for a large portion of gross domestic product (GDP). The country has experimented with several economic models during its existence. At first, Pakistan’s economy was largely based on private enterprise, but significant. Until now, in-depth cultural information on Pakistan, a predominantly Muslim country formed in after the dissolution of British rule in India, has been scarce. This crucial South Asian hotspot, in the news for tensions with neighboring India over nuclear capacity and security issues, finally is illuminated for general readers. This narrative encapsulates the historical pluralistic 5/5(2). Jointly written by two leading Indian and Pakistani historians, Modern South Asia offers a rare depth of historical understanding of the politics, cultures and economies that shape the lives of more than a fifth of sketching the pre-modern history of the sub-continent, the book Reviews: Pakistan is basically an agricultural country. Its rural areas and the population continue to be the mainstay of economy. Agriculture is the largest sector in the economy contributing 25 percent.