Estimating the Footprint of Government on the Economy
Nadeem Haque and
Raja Rafi Ullah
No 2020:26, PIDE-Working Papers from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
Government’s footprint on the economy in Pakistan is more than what annual general government spending (22 percent of GDP) suggests. In addition to spending; about 200 State Owned Entities, SROs culture and cumbersome business regulations combine towards a footprint of the government amounting to approximately 67 percent on Pakistan’s Economy
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