Economic reforms and total factor productivity growth in Pakistan: An empirical analysis
This paper compares the average growth rates in GDP, factor inputs and total factor productivity during pre-reform period 1972-73 to 1987-88 and the reform period 1987-88 to 2001-02 and summarizes the historical patterns. Particular attention is given to assessing the impact of structural adjustment policies on total productivity growth directly and indirectly through other determinants of total factor productivity growth, such as human capital etc.
Economic growth, Poverty, Inequality
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Sabir, M., & Ahmed, Q. M. (2008). Economic reforms and total factor productivity growth in Pakistan: An empirical analysis. Business Review, 3(1), 53-68. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1132
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