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Published by Young Asia Publication in New Delhi .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Pakistan,
  • Bangladesh,
  • Pakistan.,
  • Bangladesh.

Subjects:

  • Bureaucracy -- Pakistan.,
  • Bureaucracy -- Bangladesh.,
  • Elite (Social sciences) -- Pakistan.,
  • Elite (Social sciences) -- Bangladesh.,
  • Pakistan -- Economic policy.,
  • Bangladesh -- Economic policy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

StatementEmajuddin Ahamed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC440.5 .A716 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination204 p. ;
Number of Pages204
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2429848M
LC Control Number87118478

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The global Keynesianism of U.S. state elites articulated with the anti-democratic technocratic developmentalism of the ascendant military-bureaucratic elite in Pakistan. This happened during the latter half of the s, and especially after when U.S. and Pakistani state elites signed their first military pact (Jalal, ).Cited by: Pakistan was founded on the basis of securing a sovereign homeland for the Muslims of the subcontinent to live in self-determination. The idea of Pakistan had received overwhelming popular support among British Indian Muslims, especially those in the Presidencies and provinces of British India where Muslims were in a minority such as U.P. The Muslim League leadership, ulama (Islamic clergy. The civilian bureaucracy has been central to everyday life and the imagination of ordinary citizens in Pakistan in a way that is almost unique in South Asia. Pakistani public discourse and scholarly debates on the country’s politics, internal security, foreign policy, and its overall direction inevitably return to the role of the ‘bureaucracy’ and the ‘establishment’ in charting the Author: Hafeez A. Jamali. Emajuddin Ahamed, Bureaucratic Elites in Segmented Economic Growth: Paki- stan and Bangladesh (Dhaka: Dhaka University Press, ) Ahamed Bureaucratic Elites in Segmented Economic Growth: Pakistan and Bangladesh.