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Farewell 2023


Lahore School of Economics hosted a farewell on 20 May 23, for graduating MPhils, EMBAs, and MBAs.
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 5/20/2023 10:16:00 AM,

Organizational Behavior & Leadership

Badar Khushnood, Chief Marketing Officer at S4 Digital visited The Lahore School of Economics on Thursday, May 04 2023 to give a talk to MBA II students who are enrolled in the course “Organizational Behavior & Leadership".
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 5/05/2023 04:00:00 PM,

Lahore School of Economics International Conference on Management of Pakistan Economy - Day 1

2-3 May 2023

The Lahore School of Economics opened its sixteenth international conference on “Managing Pakistan’s Economy”, after being interrupted by the global COVID-19 pandemic. The conference is spread over two days, the 2nd and 3rd of May, 2023, respectively, with a series of presentations concerning macroeconomic management and structural reform and economic rights. The goal of the of the conference is not just to discuss the context of the economic issues faced by Pakistan, but to also discuss and lay the foundations for long-term sustainable economic growth.

Dr. Shahid Chaudhry, rector of the Lahore School of Economics, in his inaugural remarks stated that the current difficult economic situation faced by Pakistan emanated in large part from the effects of Covid in 2019-20 and the Ukraine war starting in 2022. The Pakistan economy was now stabilising and after almost no growth in 2022-23, it was likely to grow to resume modest growth in 2023-24. Dr. Moazam Mahmood, Professor of Economics at the Lahore School, projected the Pakistani economy to start an upward growth trajectory in the next fiscal year. The reasons behind this was (1) the Current Account seems to be recovering from its deep deficits – albeit with import controls, that need to be better targeted. (2), for FY 2024, Pakistan should recover from the supply shocks to agriculture and industry should turn in to more robust growth.(3) the current stringent monetary and fiscal policies adopted over FY 2023, well into FY 2024 and beyond, into GOP’s Medium Term Economic Framework should be assist in bringing down inflation and stabilizing the economy. Based on this, Dr. Moazam’s model projects GDP growth over FY 2024 to be 3.61%.
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 5/04/2023 09:01:00 AM,

Lahore School Annual International Conference on Managing Pakistan's Economy - Day 2

The Lahore School of Economics' second and final day of its Sixteenth International Conference on “Managing Pakistan’s Economy concluded on 3 May 2023.

Building upon the informative and enlightening sessions of the conference’s first day, researchers and economists discussed their findings and offered sober insights in regards to (i) Pakistan’s banking sector, the state of its capital markets and export-led growth, and (ii) the country’s long-running issues concerning fundamental economic rights.
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 5/03/2023 05:05:00 PM,

Human Resource Management

Habiba Sulman, Learning & Development Strategist at Faysal Bank Ltd. visited the Lahore School of Economics on Wednesday, May 03 2023 to give a talk to MBA students who are enrolled in the course "Human Resource Management".
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 5/03/2023 12:09:00 PM,

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