Uzair Akram

  • Earlier this year, as COVID-19 forced countries to shut down, developing economies with weak healthcare systems like Pakistan were affected the most. The United Nations had already warned about the impact of lockdown on developing countries’ vulnerable populations and termed access to ...

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  • Basic economic theory suggests a tradeoff between unemployment and inflation in a phenomenon known as the Phillips Curve, named after the economist William Phillips. Based on the data from 1861-1957 in the United Kingdom, William noticed an inverse relationship between the two variables. When ...

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  • A frontier region, then cramped between Safavids of Persia and Mughals of India, majority of the future Pakistan, along with present-day Afghanistan was often considered as an ideal buffer. Except for the trading centres of Punjab consisting of Lahore, Sheikhupura, and Multan, much of the Southern ...

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