Allama Iqbal Lecture

Conference #

Dated

Lecture title

Speaker

33rd

December 2017

Science, Technology & Innovation for Socio-Economic Development

Atta-ur-Rahman
Patron in Chief, The HEJ Research Institute, Karachi

32nd

November 2016

Role of Productivity, Quality, and Innovations in making CPEC work for Pakistan

Mark Goh K. H.
NUS Buinsess School, National University of Singapore, Singapore

31st

December 2015

Achieving Sustaind, Indigenous and Inclusive Growth

Jwa Sung-Hee
Chair Professor, Park Chung Hee School of Policyand Saemaul Yeungnam University, Gyenongsan, South Korea

30th

December 2014

Child Poverty and Economic Growth

David Gordon
Professional Research Fellow, University of Bristol, UK

29th

December 2013

Sustainable Energy Development – New Paths for Pakistan

Mohan Munasinghe
Chirperson, Munasinghe Inst itute of Development (MIND), Colombo, Srilanka

28th

November 2012

Saving the Euro: A Test for Globalisation

Yannos Papantoniou
Former Finance Minister of Greece, President of the Centre for Progressive Policy Research, Athens, Greece

27th

 December 2011

A Global Green New Deal for Economic Recovery: Addressing the Financial, Climate, Food, Jobs and Development Crises Together?

Jomo Kwame Sundaram

Assistant Secretary General, United Nations

26th

December 2010

Improving Governance in Pakistan: Changing
Perspectives on Decentralisation

Ehtisham Ahmad

Senior Fellow, Centre for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn, and Asia Research Centre, London School of Economics, UK

25th

March 2010

Growth-Poverty Linkage and Income-Asset Relation in Regional Disparity: Evidence from Pakistan and India

S. Hirashima

Professor Emeritus at the Meiji-Gakuin University, Japan

24th

March 2009

Agricultural Development and Food Security

John W. Mellor

President, John Mellor Associates, Inc., USA

22nd

December 2006

An Approach to Governance Reforms

Daniyal Aziz
Member of National Assembly 
Pakistan

21st

December 2005

Skills and Competitiveness: Can Pakistan Break Out of the Low-level Skills Trap

Rashid Amjad
Director

Policy Planning and Employment Sector, International Labour Organisaton, Geneva.

20th

January 2005

Institutional Pre- requisites for Reginal Integration: Experience of the European Union and Lessons for the SAARC Region

Ulla Kalbaflesisch-Kottsi
Head of Division,
Ministry of Law and Eurpeon Affiars, State of Thuingen, and Visiting Scholar, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany.

19th

January 2004

Budgetary Reforms for Growth and Poverty Reduction in Pakistan

Sadiq Ahmad
Chief Economist and
Sector Director,
Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit, South Asia Region, The World Bank, Wahsington, D.C

18th

January 2003

Globalisation Is Not Inclusive of People:
 A Trade Union Perspective

Noryuki Suzuki
General Secretary, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Asian and Pacific Regional Organization ( ICFTU-APRO), Singapore.

17th

January 2002

Why Economic Growth Trends Differ So Much across Emerging Markets in the Era of Globalization

Peter Nunnenkamp
Head, Research Division,
International Capital Flows,
Kiel Institute of World Economics, Germany

16th

January 2001

Consequences of the Green Revolution for Rural Landless Households: The Complex Relationship between Income, Growth and Human Development

Mark R. Rosenzweig
Professor and Chair,
Department of Economics,
University of Pannsylvania,Philadelphia,  USA

15th

November 1999

Governance

Paul P. Streen
Former Chief Economist,
The World Bank, Washington, D.C

14th

January 1999

Globalisation: Threat or Opportunity

Paul P. Streeten
Department of Economics, Boston University, USA

13th

December 1997

Social Policy, Population, Education, and Envuironment,

M. Ali Khan
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

12th

December 1996

Pakistan’s Development and the Asian Experience.

Gustav F. Papanek
Boston Institute for Developing Economies, Boston