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Soch Bichar

Conversations on issues of development policy in Pakistan and the rest of South Asia. Political economy subjects that are seldom featured in the media will be taken up. Site is managed by noted economist Nadeem ul Haque

Econtalk

Economics podcast for daily life. Weekly interviews with guests ranging from small business owners to Nobel Laureates.

The Library of Economics and Liberty carries the podcast, EconTalk, hosted by Russ Roberts. The weekly talk show features one-on-one discussions with an eclectic mix of authors, professors, Nobel Laureates, entrepreneurs, leaders of charities and businesses, and people on the street. The emphases are on using topical books and the news to illustrate economic principles. Exploring how economics emerges in practice is a primary theme.Listeners are able to comment online on recent podcast episodes. All current and prior episodes are archived and available free of charge. Podcast episode discussion and questions for personal or classroom use are offered on selected episodes as EconTalk Extras--blog posts--and as teaching-oriented Listening Guides.

Akhter Hameed Khan Resource Centre

Formulated as a repository of knowledge about development, the AHKRC has grown into an institution that follows a participatory development strategy towards urban development and seeks to make evidence for an informed debate available in the public discourse.

Family Planning in Pakistan (Wikipedia)

Detailed information about family planning in Pakistan, its history, current context etc. Extensive contributions from RADS personnel.

Adnan Khan's blog

Adnan Khan has many interests about the society organises itself and how these and other phenomena shape what people do. Some of these ideas are discussed to foster a public debate

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