An economist imagines what Pakistan’s future could be if a revolution of thought began now
Fewer but better-equipped schools might be the solution.
Rising inequality is a ticking time bomb.
Structural issues must be sorted out for economic growth.
Those pointing a finger at irregularities deviate from the norm.
Governments adopt myopic fiscal policies to win votes.
Economic opportunities are scarce in Fata.
Local PhD programmes are not suited to conditions in our society.
Poor governance results in poor growth.
We cannot have clean elections without campaign fund reform.
There’s enough money for metros but not education.
Citizens stand to lose if the head count is delayed further.
HEC’s idea of which universities are the best is quite odd.
Inaugural events can cost more than time and money.
How about doing away with the peon in the public sector?
The plea bargain option is an escape route for the corrupt.
Imagine a time when taxes are visibly put to good use.
Issues peculiar to Pakistan do not find a place in impact factor journals.
Why aren’t so many important issues talk show material?
Data to researchers is what surgical instruments are to a surgeon.