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Sherani, Sakib

Institutional reforms in Pakistan

The missing piece of the development puzzle
Islamabad, 2017

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Nazneen, Sohela

The women's movement in Bangladesh

a short history and current debates
Dhaka, 2017

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Sharma, Mihir S.

India's coalitions for change

transforming the world's most dynamic economy
New, 2017

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Rahman, Mustafizur; Bari, Estiaque

The political economy of change

escaping the middle-income trap: perspectives from Bangladesh
Dakah, 2016

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Basri, Faisal; Putra, Gatot Arya

Escaping the middle income trap in Indonesia

an analysis of risks, remedies and national characteristics
Jakarta, 2016

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