Debunking Popular Myths about Monetary Policy in Pakistan

In CDPR’s latest Insights for Change article, authors Naved Hamid and Murtaza Syed evaluate popular myths and criticisms surrounding Pakistan’s monetary policy, summarize recent economic developments, and provide recommendations for the monetary policy, based on the country’s economic environment.

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Deferred Dreams: Navigating Pakistan’s Public Sector Pension Crisis

CDPR’s latest Insights for Change article navigates Pakistan’s pension crisis by unpacking pension mechanisms, the scale of pension debts, its structural flaws, and unprecedented growth. It outlines reform options via the balancing of politics, economics, and fairness in pension reform, along with a strategic direction for sustainable pensions.

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Under the lens: Renewable Energy

In the latest episode of, Rizwan Faiz and Waqas Moosa discuss the current landscape of renewable energy in Pakistan.

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This research was a collaboration between CDPR and Finance for Development Lab (FDL), Paris School of Economics

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Evolution of Digital Transformation in Tax Administration

In the latest episode of Let’s Talk Development, Mansoor A Sultan and Dr. Sher Afghan Asad discuss the digital transformation process and how effectively it can help the provincial tax administration in Pakistan.

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The Consortium for Development Policy Research (CDPR) is a Pakistan based research and dissemination organization supported by the International Growth Center (IGC). It aims to generate public discourse on key policy issues through cutting edge research and policy analysis.

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