Policy Fellowship

February 8, 2021

Innovation-led growth: what are we lacking?

By Inbisat Zaidi Throughout history, prominent social to scientific revolutions stemmed from the knowledge circulation among intellectual elites. The enlightenment era saw salons and coffee houses […]
February 8, 2021

Increasing Net Enrolment Rate in Pakistan

By Ayla Qayyum The educational progress of a country can be measured in terms of several indicators. One of these is the net enrolment rate (NER), […]
February 9, 2021

Is the Judiciary an independent institution in Pakistan?

By Javaria Sehar “Judiciary has always worked as an independent institution in Pakistan, but the alliances of its leadership made it dependent on elected and unelected […]
February 9, 2021

The Diminishing Role of State in Healthcare

By Ayla Qayyum Overview The healthcare sector constitutes a major part of the policy arena in various countries. The state is involved in this sector in […]
February 9, 2021

À la mode Administration – The interrelationship between Public administration and Mass media

By Syed Irtaza Ali With the world becoming hypercomplex, Administrative efficiency becomes a necessity, and in order to deliver satisfactory results, it has to be well-equipped […]
February 9, 2021

Use of Behavioral Sciences in Public Policy

By Muhammad Arfan There is a general criticism on public policy that it does not work and bad in compliance, especially in the developing world. The […]
February 9, 2021

Exploring Numbers in the Educational Landscape of Pakistan

By Syed Maroof Ali As we start the year 2021 with the backdrop of Covid-19, we face the dual educational endeavor of implementing the Single National […]
February 9, 2021

Digitalizing Pakistan: An Approach towards Transforming the Government

By Abdul Rehman Since the advent of better and more accurate digital data gathering tools globally, policy professionals in many private business spheres have changed the […]
February 17, 2021

Injured Backbone of the State

By Bareera Gulzar At the time of partition, Pakistan adopted the British’s administrative apparatus known as the civil service. Little to no reforms were made to […]