Country Session: Tanzania
The Tanzania country session at Growth Week 2010 focused on research results from IGC Tanzania’s first year. Attendees: John Page Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development, Brookings Institution and Country Director, IGC Tanzania Charles Mutalemwa Former Permanent Secretary of the Planning Commission, Tanzania and Country Resident Director, IGC Tanzania Christopher Adam Reader in Development Economics, Oxford University and Lead Academic, IGC Tanzania Stephen O’Connell Eugene M. Lang Research Professor, Swarthmore College Joseph Masawe Director, Economic Research and Policy, Bank of Tanzania David Bevan Emeritus Fellow of St John’s College, Oxford University Maria Ana Lugo ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Economics, Oxford University Mugisha Kamugisha Tanzania Revenue Authority.
Country Session: Pakistan
A collection of presentations from Growth Week.
The session comprised:
- Ijaz Nabi, Lahore University of Management Sciences and Country Director, IGC Pakistan
- Naved Hamid, Lahore School of Economics and Resident Country Director, IGC Pakistan
- Asim Ijaz Khwaja, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government and Lead Academic, IGC Pakistan
- Ali Cheema, Associate Professor, Lahore University of Management Sciences and Lead Academic, IGC Pakistan “Introduction to the IGC Pakistan Country Strategy”
- Adnan Khan, Research Network Director, IGC
- Shamail Khawaja, Secretary Excise and Taxation, Government of Punjab, Pakistan “Provincial Resource Mobilization Challenges”
- Sohaib Khan, Associate Professor of Computer Science, Lahore University of Management Sciences
- Javaid Aslam, Chairman Planning and Development Board, Government of Punjab, Pakistan “Disaster Management: Challenges of Coordination and Accountability”
- Ahsan Iqbal, Member of National Assembly, Pakistan
- Sohail Naqvi, Executive Director, Higher Education Commission of Pakistan
- Haroon Sharif, Senior Regional Advisor (South Asia), Department for International Development “Human Capital: Education and Skills”