Economic policy and industrial growth in Pakistan
Allen & Unwin, 1969 - Industries - 191 pages
Pakistan from 1950 to 1965 had a rate of industrial growth as rapid as any in the non-coommunist wold. To achieve this the country employed a variety of policy instruments. This study examines in detail the relatiionships among the principal policy variables and the rate & direction of industrialization. Condition good.
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Annual Compound Growth Rates by Sector at 195960
Industrial Distribution of gnp in Pakistan Factor Cost of 195960
Shares of Principal Aggregates in gnp at Current Factor Cost
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agricultural sector artificial silk textiles average Basic metals c.i.f. prices capita income cent Chapter Chenery commodity competing imports consumer goods industries consumption cotton textiles differential domestic demand domestic indirect taxes domestic market domestic prices domestic production East Pakistan economic policy Edible oils effective protection exports factors of production foreign exchange given gross output growth rates implicit exchange rates implicit rate import licences issued import substitution incentives increased India industrial growth inputs intermediate and investment investment and related Jute textiles Karachi licensing system machinery and equipment manufac manufacturing industries mark-ups measure metal products Naqvi nominal protection nominal tariffs Non-metallic mineral Pakistan Development Review Partition Phase Prices of Imports production in total profitability ratio related goods industries relative prices Second Plan period share of domestic Soligo sources Table tariff protection tariff structure terms of trade tion total supply Transport equipment U.S. dollar value added variables