Saving – Investment Behaviour in Pakistan : An Empirical Investigation

@inproceedings{Nasir2006SavingI,
  title={Saving – Investment Behaviour in Pakistan : An Empirical Investigation},
  author={S. Zafar Nasir and Mahmood Khalid},
  year={2006}
}
Saving and investment are two key macro variables with micro foundations which can play a significant role in economic growth, inflation stability and promotion of employment especially if seen in the context of a developing country. For self reliance and growth objectives, mobilization of domestic resources and their efficient utilization are the two major policy oriented focuses today (Khan 1993). National savings are critically important to help maintain a higher level of investment which is… CONTINUE READING

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