PRIME Institute organised a two days residential colloquium “State, Market and the Economy in Pakistan: Historical Analysis & Future Prospects” for mid-career academics, social scientists, activists, economists and public intellectuals based in Pakistan on 18th-20th December 2015. The purpose of this colloquium was to review competing intellectual paradigms about the history of Pakistan’s economy and to evolve an intellectual and public resolve about its future direction. In addition, the objective was to promote independent and reasoned discourse over economic challenges in the context of role of the state and the market in the economy. This colloquium was organized with the support of Network for a Free Society, a UK based charitable organization.
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