- “Social Networks and Tax Compliance: A Conceptual Toolkit.” Working Paper
Selected Articles in Newspapers and Blogs:
Note: My work with DAWN is independent from my work with Oxford and IGC.
On Pakistan for Dawn:
- Pakistan’s urban transition, DAWN, November 23, 2019
- So, what comes after the IMF?, DAWN, June 10, 2019
- Why Pakistan will go to the IMF again, and again and again, DAWN, October 16, 2018
- Has Punjab just taken a step towards unlocking the potential of its cities?, DAWN, May 10, 2019
- How do you pay for a programme like PTI’s Ehsas?, DAWN, April 24, 2019
- Imran Khan envisions a Pakistani welfare state. Is it possible?, DAWN, August 28, 2018
- Are insecure property rights holding back Pakistan’s economy?, DAWN, Jan 17, 2019
On Pakistan, for others:
- For too long, Pakistani schools have been a means to provide jobs, rather than education, The Guardian Tue 27 Jun 2017
- Reforming Pakistan’s tax system: Evidence-based suggestions, International Growth Centre, 3rd Dec 2018.
- The Case of Culture of Learning for Pakistan, Alif Ailaan, May 28th, 2018
Anything but Pakistan:
- Navigating the Urban Age. Oxford Government Review 4. 6th November 2019.
- Urbanisation in Fragile Societies: Thinking about Kabul. Urbanet. December 4th 2019.
- Using Markets for Development? The Potential of Advanced Market Commitments, London School of Economics Blog. January 30th, 2018
- What Does the Rise of Populism Mean for International Development?, London School of Economics Blog. March 23rd, 2018
- Getting the right institutions in place to run Africa’s cities efficiently, The Conversation Africa. (with Astrid Haas, LSE) May 15, 2019