Safdar Sohail

Safdar A. Sohail

Projects

Research Grants and Projects

AFTA and Implications for Pakistan 
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Political Economy of Regional Trade Integration in South Asia.
Safdar A. Sohail [December 2012]
Director General Trade Policy, Ministry of Commerce, Government of Pakistan, Islamabad.
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Pakistan’s export Potential in Indian market: The case of Textiles
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South-South Integration and the SDGs: Enhancing Structural
Transformation in Key Partner Countries of the Belt and Road
Initiative

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Binding Constraints on Green Industrialization in Pakistan

Team Lead – UNCTAD (2022)
Research Project – Providing policy oriented evidence and analysis

Start-Ups in ICT in Pakistan

Team Lead – UNCTAD (2021)
Research Project – Providing policy oriented evidence and analysis

 

SPRC Annual Report “State of Old Age Wellbeing Report”

Team Lead – WHO (2020) Read More.
Advocacy Service – Generating evidence that highlights the policy relevant issue

Formulation of Domestic Commerce Policy for Sindh

Team Lead – USAID (2020)
Policy Development Support

Debt Sustainability of China Pakistan Economic Corridor

Team Lead – UNCTAD (2020) Read More
Research Grant – Policy analysis

Promoting Services Sector in Pakistan through a better management of reform and liberalization process

Commonwealth Secretariat – (2017)
Policy Diagnostics

Political Economy of Trade Integration in South Asia

UNCTAD – 2012
Research Project – Providing policy oriented evidence and analysis

Liberalization of Trade in Services under SAFTA: Prospects and Challenges for Pakistan

Asian Development Bank – 2011 Read More
Policy Analysis Support

Reforming the Governance of Export Promotion Agencies

Pakistan: A case study of Leather and Light Engineering Sectors’ training institutes in Pakistan
UNESCAP – 2010
Research Study under a UNESCAP Grant

Development of National Sustainable Development Strategy of Pakistan

Team Lead – UNDP – 2009
Policy Development Support

SAFTA and its and Implications of Pakistan

Commonwealth Secretariat – 2008
Paper under a research grant from the Economic Affairs Division of the Commonwealth Secretarial

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