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SAI Event Topic : Partition


Why Was Partition Not Reversed? How Pakistan Created A Viable Economy

Why Was Partition Not Reversed? How Pakistan Created A Viable Economy
SAI SEMINAR SERIES Gustav Papanek, President of the Boston Institute for Developing Economies; Professor of Economics Emeritus, Boston University Chair: Tarun Khanna, Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor, Harvard Business School; Director, SAI Partition left Pakistan almost...

Partition Project: Focus Group Discussion

Partition Project: Focus Group Discussion
Please join us after the Seminar Series event for a brief group discussion to share reflections on the presentation. The newest initiative, the 1947 Partition Stories ‘Looking Back’ project, is a collaborative effort to extend the lessons from Partition into today....

Partition Project: Focus Group Discussion

Partition Project: Focus Group Discussion
Special Event About the group discussion: Please join us after the Seminar Series event for a brief group discussion to share reflections on the presentation. The newest initiative, the 1947 Partition Stories ‘Looking Back’ project, is a collaborative effort to extend...

Partition Project: Focus Group Discussion

Partition Project: Focus Group Discussion
Special Event About the group discussion: Please join us after the Seminar Series event for a brief group discussion to share reflections on the presentation. The newest initiative, the 1947 Partition Stories ‘Looking Back’ project, is a collaborative effort to extend...

Witness to Two Partitions: 1947 and 1971

Witness to Two Partitions: 1947 and 1971
Partition Seminar Martha Chen, Lecturer in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, Affiliated Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and International Coordinator of the global research-policy-action network Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing...