Lahore School of Economics: Recent submissions

  • Unknown author (India, 1900)
  • QURESHI, MAJOR MOHAMMED IBRAHIM (© Gale & Polden, Ltd, 1958)
    TO FIELD-MARSHAL SIR CLAUDE AUCHINLECK, whose devotion to the Regiment is a source of inspiration to all First Punjabis, I am greatly indebted for the valuable guidance and immense help he has given me in the compilation ...
  • Dodwell, H (© Madras Government Press, 1917)
    Said to have risen subsequently to 12 lakhs.1 In the middle of March, 1741, he was forced to surrender, after the failure of his brother, moving up with forces from the south, to relieve the city. After three weeks spent ...
  • Cousens, Henry (© Oxford University Press, 1929)
    AT present it is not possible to write an exhaustive monograph on the Antiquities in Sind, for there are still many buried remains awaiting the pick and the shovel, and as to excavation and exploration we cannot yet ...
  • Latif, Syad Muhammad (©The Calcutta Central Press Company,Limited., 1891)
    In Th Pages of History there is Probably no story at once so -grand, So romantic, and so pregnant with Instruction as that of the British conquest of India and the progress of the British National In the East. What ...
  • Swynnerton, Charles (© Archibald constable & Co. Ltd, 1903)
    N this volume are comprised the most important of the village talcs which I collected many years ago in the neighbourhood of Attock on the Upper Indus. They were the stories of the people, of the professional bards or ...
  • Obhrai, Rai Bahadur Diwan Chand (© The London Book Co.(India), 1938)
    The author belongs to Punjab, Jhelum Dt., but he has now settled in N.-W. F. Province, the field of his professional labours for the past forty years, partly at Abbottabad, and partly at Peshawar. He is not a professed ...
  • Darling, Malcolm Lyall (© Oxford University Press, 1925)
    THIS is primarily a study of agricultural debt in the Punjab. But it is also something more, for debt, when as wide-spread as it is in this country, touches the whole of economic life, and to understand the causes ...
  • Barth, A (©Kegan Paul,Trench,Trubner & Co.Ltd, 1906)
    THE following sketch of the Religions of India appeared originally in I 879 as an article in the Encyclopedie des Sciences Religieuses, which is published in Paris under the editorship of Professor Lichtenberger. My ...
  • Syed, Ameer Ali (© Christophers London, 1946)
    I N the following pages I have attempted to give the history of the evolution of Islam as a world-religion ; of its rapid spread and the remarkable hold it obtained over the conscience and minds of millions of people ...
  • Faha, Qamar (© Lahore Schoool of Economics, 2016)
    This research aims at investigating the relationship between oil prices, migration and remittance flows between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan from 1980 to 2014-15. The main objective of this study was to analyse how fluctuations ...
  • Mona, Khan (© Lahore Schoool of Economics, 2016)
    Controlling corruption is on the agenda of all the developing countries because of its harmful and corrosive effects on investment and growth. The existing literature provides evidence that good governance eventually leads ...
  • Rabia, Siddiqi (© Lahore Schoool of Economics, 2015)
    The purpose of this research was to study the trend observed of some of the determinants namely literacy rates/educational levels, fertility rates, dependency, urbanization and income inequality on female labour force ...
  • Rida, Riaz (© Lahore Schoool of Economics, 2017)
    In recent times, a considerable surge in women’s empowerment through increase in their socio-economic status has been observed, which has implications for transforming the social values at large. In this backdrop, the ...
  • HANIF, TEHRIM (© Lahore School of Economics, 2017)
    Terrorism is an international phenomenon and has hampered world peace to a great extent. As a frontline state in the war against terror, Pakistan has faced terrorist attacks over the last 11 years. These have shaken the ...
  • Sehrish, Ehtisham (© Lahore Schoool of Economics, 2017)
    Microfinance institutions are moving towards commercialization in an effort to become sustainable and profit oriented. There are certain underlying external factors contributing towards the social and financial performance ...
  • Shanzay, Kamran (© Lahore Schoool of Economics, 2016)
    This research study aims at investigating the relationship between total crop production and food security index in Pakistan since 1990 to 2014-15, along with presenting an insight into the relationship between agricultural ...
  • Ikram, Anam (© Lahore School of Economics, 2015)
    The purpose of this research is to analyze the food security situation in Pakistan in terms of the three known aspects of availability, affordability and quality & safety. Moreover, a detailed analysis of food insecurity ...
  • Zaidi, Amna (© Lahore School of Economics, 2015)
    This study analyzes developing countries’ progress towards meeting MDG 1, with a focus on hunger and poverty. Based on a sample of 35 developing Asian and sub-Saharan African countries, we examine the relationship between ...
  • Javed, Ayesha (© Lahore School of Economics, 2017)
    Global value chains dominate international production, world trade and investment flows today. This globalization of production processes allows different stages of production to take place in different geographical ...