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ANALYZING EMPIRICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRADE OPENNESS , INDUSTRIAL VALUE ADDED AND ECONOMIC GROWTH : A CASE STUDY OF PAKISTAN

@inproceedings{Ellahi2011ANALYZINGER,
  title={ANALYZING EMPIRICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRADE OPENNESS , INDUSTRIAL VALUE ADDED AND ECONOMIC GROWTH : A CASE STUDY OF PAKISTAN},
  author={Nazima Ellahi and Hafiz Zahid Mehmood},
  year={2011}
}
Nazima Ellahi Ph.D Scholar Federal Urdu University of Arts, Sciences and Technology Islamabad Email: nazimaellahi@yahoo.com Dr. Hafiz Zahid Mehmood Assistant Professor Department of Management Sciences, Comsats Institute of Information Technology Email: hzmahmood@hotmail.com Prof Dr. Mehboob Ahmad Head Department of Economics Foundation University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Rawalpindi Email: mmehboobahmad@gmail.com ABSTRACT Openness and trade liberalization influenced high rates of… CONTINUE READING

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