Exchange Traded Funds: An Opportunity Lost?

Only four equity ETFs have been launched, and their market volumes have been dismal

What the frenzy over Clubhouse reminds us about brand strategy

In the New York Times Bestseller “The Four” by Professor Scott Galloway of the NYU Stern School of Business, the trillion-dollar valuation...

How a public-private partnership model will achieve import deletion

If the government hears PAAPAM out, their automotive model can work for Public sector bodies and corporations

Dear offended reader…

This one is for you!

Break the monopolies!

Can shortsighted governments deliver the one-step economic reform agenda Pakistan needs for the long term: Eradicate monopolies and cartels, in both, the public and private sector?

Here’s how we fix Pakistan’s SOE problem

Privatization or legislation, we must address the root of the problem

Competition is overrated

Not the silver bullet many argue it is

Tackling the Multi-Headed Energy Hydra

Fixing one problem causes three more

Why institutional reform matters

One of the biggest critiques of neoclassical economics – usually levied by people who do not understand it – is that it...

Pakistan needs to fix its electricity network. Here’s one way

Technology must be on the forefront of how we choose to deal with this problem

Provincial subjects and their discontents

For all of the good it has done, the 18th amendment has not been properly utilized and implemented by the provinces, particularly in the case of taxation and labour welfare

Rebuild Karachi

The city’s decline may have much to do with a lack of political ownership, but the situation cannot be allowed to continue. The way out is for the business community to step up with a common agenda

All for one, one for all

We cannot bring ourselves to recount the brutal and vicious manner in which the coal miners in Balochistan from the Hazara community...

The lucrative business of being white in Pakistan

If you’re white and your career isn’t going anywhere, Pakistan is your second lease on life

Imports: necessary, and not evil

In a country whose government is as obsessed with the exchange rate, the current account deficit, and thus every single component that...