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IBA faculty presents a research paper on COVID-19 and its impact on Supply Chains
Dr. Aadil Nakhoda, Assistant Professor and Research Fellow at CBER, presented a paper on 'COVID-19 and Disruption in Supply Chains: Case Study of Asia-Pacific Region' in a virtual forum 'Recharging Asia: Trade and Development Regional Forum 2021', hosted by the International Institute for Trade and Development, Thailand.
The paper explores the impact of the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic on trade in the Asia-Pacific region, focusing on selected sectors involved in global value chains. The participants included high-level delegates from various multilateral organizations including the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), United Nations ESCAP and World Trade Organization (WTO). Click here to view the presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7tf3hzl0wo
IBA faculty appointed member, Economic Advisory Group, PRIME Institute
The IBA Karachi is pleased to announce that Dr. Aadil Nakhoda, Assistant Professor and Research Fellow at CBER, has been appointed as a member of the Economic Advisory Group under the auspices of PRIME (Policy Research Institute of Market Economy) Institute. The PRIME Institute is a Pakistani public policy think tank based in Islamabad. It follows a vision for "open, free and prosperous Pakistan".
The Economic Advisory Group (EAG) was launched on January 12, 2021 by an independent group of economists, policy analysts, financial experts, and academics to deliberate on Pakistan's economic policies. It aims to inform public debate on critical economic and developmental issues related to Pakistan and provide recommendations to the federal government. The group seeks to develop a new framework for structural transformation of Pakistan's economy, and to provide commentary on evolving public policies and regulations in the domain of economic governance.
Read more: https://primeinstitute.org/independent-economic-advisory-group-eag-formed/