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Victory at Sports Fest 2017

Lahore School of Economics won Overall Trophy (O-19), Best Delegation Award, Best Female Delegation Award and Best Male Delegation Award at LUMS Sports Fest 2017 held on 1-4 January 2017. More than 1400 students (boys and girls) participated from all over Pakistan. Lahore School Sports Society sent 85 students to participate in different sports.


posted by S A J Shirazi @ 1/07/2017 10:38:00 AM,

Lahore School Entrepreneurs Exhibition

Every year, Lahore School of Economics Entrepreneurship Society hosts an Entrepreneurial Exhibition where students put up displays for various business ideas. It is a highly anticipated event for the student body of the Lahore School who take part in this exhibition with full zeal and enthusiasm.

This year, around 100 students displayed their innovative product ideas in areas such as food, shoes, clothing, as well as various pet and hospital service ideas among others in the Entrepreneurial Exhibition this year. Notable figures of the industry and Entrepreneurs were invited as judges who evaluated the ideas put forward by the students. Various awards for different categories including Best Product Idea, Best Service Idea, Best display and Entrepreneur of the Year were given to the students.
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 12/29/2016 10:15:00 AM,

Lahore Journal of Business

Lahore Journal of Business (LJB) – a biannual publication of Lahore School of Economics - has been recognized by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan as "Y" category journal.

The journal especially encourages ground-breaking submissions or those demonstrate original or counterintuitive findings in relation to established business theories or assumptions. Also, LJB appreciates a variety of conceptual and theoretical traditions of business including those drawn from allied social, economic and psychological sciences. Submissions should develop new and/or test existing theory, and empirical papers may employ a range of qualitative, quantitative and other methodologies so long as they are rigorous and appropriate. Although, the prime readers of LJB are scholars and researchers, the journal cherishes contributions that explore and explicate implications for the Pakistani and/or South Asian business enterprises and their managers, as well as consequences for public policyand the broader role of business in a contemporary economic society. LJB welcomes manuscripts in the following areas: accounting, banking, finance, management and organization, marketing, human resource management, international business, organizational behavior, business policy and strategy.
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 12/29/2016 10:14:00 AM,




15– 16 December, 2016


Keynote Address

Un-natural resources

Barbara Harriss-White

While natural resources are substances that can be exploited by society, the term un-natural resources draws attention to natural resources that are exploited – and landscapes created – through the criminal violation of laws intended to regulate the economic processes of extraction. The propositions that these crimes may be unpunished – and even incentivised – because they supply the financial preconditions for electoral democracy and because political immunity protects criminal accumulation, are explored in this paper. Four case studies: illegal coal mining and un-doused subterranean fires in Jharkhand, illegal sand-mining in Tamil Nadu and hydro-criminality in Arunachal Pradesh, India, reveal social relations of criminality in the extraction of resources for the energy and construction sectors, the relations between criminal accumulation and party political funding and behaviour. They also alter the orthodox narratives of local politics in the states studied in ways examined in the paper.
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 12/15/2016 01:54:00 PM,

Cousin Marriages

Dr. Theresa Chaudhry visited Oxford University in late November 2016 to give a talk entitled “Relative Misfortune? Health and Socioeconomic Consequences of Cousin Marriage in Pakistan” to an audience of South Asia scholars.

This lecture was part of the Contemporary South Asia Seminar series, under the Department of International Development and Contemporary South Asia Studies Programme. The seminar is organized by Professor Matthew McCartney, Director of South Asian Studies in the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies at Oxford. While in the UK, Dr. Theresa also discussed ongoing research and future collaborations with Professors McCartney, Chris Woodruff (Oxford), and John Morrow (Essex).
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 12/05/2016 01:02:00 PM,

Lahore School Business Fiesta’16

Lahore School Entrepreneurship and Business Society hosted Business Fiesta’16 on 1 December 2016. Dr. Azam Amjad Chaudhry, Dean of Economics Department and Dr. Sohail Zafar, Dean of Business Administration were the Chief Guests.

There were 3 judges for Round one; Ms. Tania Hassan, Mr. Faizan Khalid and Mr. Hamza Tariq, the Ex-President of the society and for Round 2 there were 5 Judges; Mr. Moiz Hijazi, the founder of the society, Mr. Wasif Arshad, Mr. Hassan Shah (CEO of Kale) , Mr. Talal Niazi & Mr. Saad ul Khan from Travellers.
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 12/05/2016 12:53:00 PM,

Creating Capabilities for Growth

Dr. Naved Hamid, Director, Centre for Research in Economics & Business (CREB), Lahore School of Economics and Dr. Waqar Ahmed Wadho, Assistant Professor & Senior Research Fellow, Lahore School of Economics presented Research Papers at a Seminar in Islamabad on “Creating Capabilities for Growth” organized by the Consortium for Development Policy Research (CDPR) in collaboration with the International Growth Centre (IGC) Pakistan.

The seminar “Creating Capabilities for Growth” to connect policymakers and academics was held in Serena Hotel, Islamabad. It focused on Creating Capabilities for Growth through various channels such as Firm Capabilities, State Capabilities, Trade, and Growth via China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 12/03/2016 02:48:00 PM,

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Mr. Omar Zahoor, Director Supply Chain Pepsi Pakistan, visited the Lahore School of Economics on Monday, October 17, 2016 to deliver a lecture to the graduating MBA class on Operations and Supply Chain Management.

The speaker discussed the importance of various factors that were crucial in supply chain management: alignment of individuals’ goals with the team goals, managers sharing their expectations with the employees, sharing of results with the team in order to provide them with a sense of direction, working hard to bring the team on the same page and appreciating, motivating and encouraging the team.
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 12/03/2016 02:46:00 PM,

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