Determinants of Economic Growth Trends in Pakistan

Waseem Ahmad Khan, Zohaib Khan Babar, Jawwad Hassan Jaskani, Muhammad Omair, Huzaifa Ameen, Syeda Nudrat Sameen

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Purpose: The paper focuses on the determinants of economic growth in Pakistan.

Methodology: For this purpose the composition of GDP is considered, and the analysis on three major variables is done on the basis of the data of last five years. The independent variables were exports, imports and government expenditure while dependent variable was GDP.

Findings: There was a high significance result was found between government expenditure and GDP while the effect of exports and imports was less significant. This might be in contrast with the past researches due to the availability and analysis of limited span of time. 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijafr.v4i2.6081

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