Reports and Publications for "Political Economy"
  1. Asad Sayeed, Khurram Husain and Syed Salim Raza, Informality in Karachi's Land, Manufacturing and Transport Sectors: Implications for Stability. United States Institute of Peace, Peaceworks No. 114. May 2016.

  2. Haris Gazdar, Ameliorate or leverage? Collective Blog. December 2014.

  3. Haris Gazdar, Yasser Kureshi and Asad Sayeed, The Rise of Jihadi Militancy in Pakistan's Tribal Areas. in A. Sundar and N. Sundar eds. Civil Wars in South Asia: State, Sovereignty, Development. New Delhi: Sage India. November 2014.

  4. Asad Sayeed and Kabeer Dawani, Debating political economy of the budget. Collective Blog. November 2014.

  5. Haris Gazdar, A Window Half Open: Nutrition Policy in Pakistan. text box in Chapter 7 (Unpacking the Politics by Stuart Gillespie) of the 2013 Global Food Policy Report. IFPRI. March 2014.

  6. Haris Gazdar, Political Economy of Reform: Social Protection Reform in Pakistan. in Gabriele Koehler and Deepta Chopra (eds). Development and Welfare Policy in South Asia, Routledge, London and New York. February 2014.

  7. Lawrence Haddad, Shehla Zaidi and Haris Gazdar, Investing in Nutrition. Dawn. October 13, 2013.

  8. Haris Gazdar and Faiza Mushtaq, Political Organisation and State-Building in Pakistan. Crisis States Research Centre, DESTIN, LSE, London. October 2010.

  9. Asad Sayeed, Contextualising Corruption in Pakistan. Social Science and Policy Bulletin, Lahore University of Management Sciences. Vol. 2, No. 1. Summer 2010.

  10. Haris Gazdar and Sobia Ahmad Kaker, Policy Choices and the Politics of State-Building: Insights from Two Cities in Pakistan. Crisis States Research Centre, DESTIN, LSE, London. September 2009.

  11. Haris Gazdar and Asad Sayeed, Pro-Poor Growth Agenda - Institutions and Institutional Change. The Asia Foundation, Islamabad. December 2007.

  12. Haris Gazdar and Asad Sayeed, The Taliban/Al-Qaeda Threat as an Institutional Challenge to the State in Pakistan. The Asia Foundation, Islamabad. December 2007.

  13. Haris Gazdar and Asad Sayeed, The Politics of Demilitarizing State and Society. The Asia Foundation, Islamabad. December 2007.

  14. Asad Sayeed, Army's Business. Economic & Political Weekly. October 2007.

  15. Asad Sayeed and Rashid Memon, Beyond the Investment Climate: Understanding the Investment Conundrum in Pakistan. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. September 2007.

  16. Azmat Budhani and Hussain Bux Mallah, Mega Projects in Balochistan. Paper presented at the National Conference on People's Perspectives on Mega Development in Pakistan organized by Participatory Development Initiatives and Actionaid International Pakistan. March 2007.

  17. Haris Gazdar, Background Paper on Social Structures and Migration in Balochistan. First Draft. Asian Development Bank, Islamabad. February 2007.

  18. Ayesha Khan, Deja vu: The Fantasy of Being Military Rule in Pakistan. in eds. R. Riley and N. Inayatullah, Interrogating Imperialism: Conversations on Gender, Race and War. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. 2007.

  19. Asad Sayeed and Ali Cheema, Bureaucracy and Pro-Poor Change. Working Paper No. 3. Pakistan Institute of Development Studies, Islamabad. 2006.

  20. Ali Cheema, Thematic Paper: Governance Impediments to Pro-Poor Change in Pakistan. Asian Development Bank, Islamabad. January 2006.

  21. Haris Gazdar, Baglihar and Politics of Water: A Historical Perspective from Pakistan. The Economic and Political Weekly. February 2005.

  22. Asad Sayeed, The Defence Budget and Good Governance. SZABIST, Karachi. 2004.

  23. Asad Sayeed, Violence as a Handmaiden to Development? The Story of Capital Accumulation in Thailand. Paper Presented at the First South Asia Fellows of the Asian Scholarship Foundation Conference, New Delhi, November 7-8, 2004.

  24. Asad Sayeed, Corruption, Governance and Development in Thailand. Paper Presented at the Fourth Annual Fellows Conference of the Asian Scholarship Foundation, Bangkok, August 3-4, 2004. August 2004.

  25. Haris Gazdar and Asad Sayeed, Drivers of Pro-Poor Change in Pakistan: Scoping Paper. Mimeograph. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2003.

  26. Haris Gazdar, The Land Question. Mimeograph. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2003.

  27. Ayesha Siddiqa, The Politics of Military?s Economic Interests. Mimeograph. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2003.

  28. Asad Sayeed and Khalid Nadvi, Industrial Capital and Pro-Poor Change. Mimeograph. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2003.

  29. Kamran Asdar Ali, Islam, Politics and Change. Mimeograph. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2003.

  30. Ali Cheema and Shandana Khan Mohmand, Local Government Reforms in Pakistan: Legitimising Centralisation or a Driver for Pro-Poor Change? Mimeograph. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2003.

  31. Haris Gazdar, Gender Space: Patriarchy and Socio-Economic Stagnation in Pakistan. Paper prepared for SPO Discussion Paper Series. June 2003.