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Conference titled "Redefining Prosperity Paths in Changing Global Economy Opportunities and Challenges for Pakistan" during 33rd Annual General Meeting of PIDE

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An  International  Conference  titled “Redefining  Prosperity Paths  in  Changing  Global  Economy  Opportunities  and  Challenges” is  being organized  by  Pakistan  Society  of  Development  Economics  (PSDE)/Pakistan Institute  of  Development  Economics  (PIDE)  in  collaboration  with ECO Science Foundation (ECOSF)  from 12-14 December 2017 at Islamabad-Pakistan.

The  conference  is  the  largest  annual  academic  gathering  of  the economists,  social  scientists  and  policy  makers  in  Pakistan.  The  conference brings  world’s  renowned  development  practitioners  in  dialogue  with  local experts to discuss and determine appropriate strategies to move forward and take  cognizant  response  to  the  economic  challenges.  The  conference  also offers excellent  learning and networking opportunities  to the participants  and sponsors. The  poster  of  the  Conference  is  attached. Following  are  the  subthemes of the conference:

  1. Industrial development; Job creation, Special Economic Zones and Urban Development.
  2. Quest  for  Prosperity;  Indigenous  Experiences,  New  Paradigms, Sustainability and Suitability
  3. Innovation, Productivity and Economic Growth.
  4. Impact  of  Fourth  Industrial  Revolution;  Robotic  Economy,  Artificial Intelligence Economy, Carbon Fibers and others.
  5. Agricultural  Reforms;  Modernization  and  Agro-based  Industrial development.
  6. Financial Liberalization and Business Development.
  7. Social Capital and Economic Growth: Tolerance, Harmony and Trust.
  8. Macroeconomic policies in a changing global and local Landscape
  9. Brain and Brawn for Change; Academia-Economy Linkages.
  10. Tapping  the  Regional  Economic  Integration;  CPEC, ECO,  SAARC, ASEAN.

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