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  • January 14, 2018

    When taxes rob people

    There are legal ways of robbing people. This form of robbery takes place on a daily basis across the globe and in our country – especially through...

  • January 02, 2018

    Public policy and the pharma industry

    In a land where uncertainty abounds, one event that can be predicted with hundred percent accuracy is the shortage of medicines – a spectacle that...

  • December 09, 2017

    The state in the economy

    The PML-N’s intended policy of privatising a number of state-owned enterprises has generated a lively debate among the proponents and opponents of...

  • November 22, 2017

    Inequality’s many dangers

    One of the realities of the present global economic setup is the historically high levels of income inequality. As research after research surfaces...

  • July 04, 2017

    The invisible wealth of the rich

    In 2007, an engineer managed to extract confidential documents from the system of a bank. The data contained eye-popping details of 30,000 wealthy...

  • June 07, 2017

    Greed and the ‘invisible hand’

    Appetitus divitiarum infinitus means ‘unlimited lust for gain’. And this lust for gain – as its adherents contend – is...

  • May 24, 2017

    Can we afford a useless exercise?

    The exercise of presenting annual statistics related to probable expenditures and income of a nation started in 18th century Britain. Derived from...

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