Uzair Akram

  • 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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