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									              THE LAHORE
               JOURNAL
                  OF
               ECONOMICS
          Lahore School of Economics




Abdul Raoof Butt, Abdul      Syed Tahir Hijazi
Raoof and Mehmood-ul-        Profit Loss Sharing System and
Hassan                       Community Saving and Investment
Lessons of Survival in       Scheme
Managing Economic and
Banking Crises               Rukhsana Zia
                             Equal Opportunity and the
Shahrukh Rafi Khan           Education System in Pakistan
An Assessment of Basic
Education under the Social   Talat Yazdani
Action Plan in Pakistan      Pakistan’s Textiles and Anti-
                             Dumping, Laws
Saeeda Shah
Management Development:      Sikander Rahim
a serious concern            What use is the Neo-Classical
                             Theory of International Trade?
Jawwad Noor Butt             Part II: International Trade without
From Samuelson to Marshall   Comparative Advantages
and Beyond
                             Book Reviews:
Karamat Ali and Abdul
Hamid                         Viqar Ahmed
Problems of Working           Rural Credit and Self-Help Groups:
Women in the Rural Informal   Micro-Finance Needs and Concepts
Sector of Punjab (Pakistan)   in India

Shahid Kardar
Empowering People: How?
Volume 4, No.2                                   July-Dec, 1999
THE LAHORE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
Contents                                         Vol. 4, 1999
Lessons of Survival in Managing Economic and Banking Crises 1
   Abdul Raoof Butt, Abdul Raoof & Mehmood-ul-Hassan
An Assessment of Basic Education under the Social Action
Plan in Pakistan                                            35
   Shahrukh Rafi Khan
Management Development: a serious concern                   51
  Saeeda Shah
From Samuelson to Marshall and Beyond                       69
   Jawwad Noor Butt
Problems of Working Women in the Rural Informal Sector
of Punjab (Pakistan)                                        89
    Karamat Ali and Abdul Hamid
Empowering People: How?                                     99
  Shahid Kardar
Profit Loss Sharing System and Community Saving and
Investment Scheme                                          111
   Syed Tahir Hijazi
Equal Opportunity and the Education system in Pakistan     119
   Rukhsana Zia
Pakistan’s Textiles and Anti-Dumping Laws                  127
   Talat Yazdani
What use is the Neo-Classical Theory of International Trade?
Part II: International Trade without Comparative Advantages 151
   Sikander Rahim

Book Reviews:
Rural Credit and Self-Help Groups:
Micro-Finance Needs and Concepts in India                  175
   Viqar Ahmed
              THE LAHORE JOURNAL
                                      OF
                           ECONOMICS


Editorial Board


Dr. Shahid Amjad Chaudhry - Editor
Mr. Viqar Ahmed           - Editor
Ms. Nina Gera             - Co-Editor




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41999
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The Lahore School of Economics

The Lahore School of Economics (established 1993) is one of
Pakistan’s leading centres of learning for teaching and
research in economics, finance and business administration.
The Lahore School of Economics’ objectives include: (i). The
training of young Pakistanis as professional economists,
finance managers, accountants, financial analysts, bankers
and business executives, and (ii). Undertaking research in
economics, management, finance and banking to further
deepen understanding of major economic facts, issues and
policies.

The Lahore School was granted a Charter in January, 1997 by
an Act of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab: The Lahore
School of Economics Act 1997 (Act II of 1997). The Charter
vests the powers of an independent degree granting institution
to The Lahore School.

The Lahore School has both undergraduate and graduate
programmes in economics, business and finance. Its
postgraduate programme leading to the MPhil degree is
administered through the Lahore School’s Centre for
Advanced Research in Economics and Business (CAREB). The
student body and faculty comprise both national and
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