Pakistan: The Political Economy of Lawlessness

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - Social Science - 375 pages
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This unique multidisciplinary work presents inn concrete quantitative terms the connection between lawlessness and the economy in Pakistan. It offers a sound strategy for good governance and macroeconomic stability and provides a cost effective model for indigenous community policing conducive to sustainable economic development.

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Contents

Issues in Lawlessness and Development
1
Socioeconomic Developments and Crimes
23
A Review of Socioeconomic Situation in Pakistan
44
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Azhar Hassan Nadeem is at Elite Police Force, Punjab, Pakistan.

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