Infrastructure Development (Physical, Non-Physical), Economic Growth and Policy Choices: A Cross Country Analysis
Author: Ahmed Majeed Khan

This following study inspects the influence of the physical and non-physical infrastructure on economic growth of Asian countries. Countries from where data is selected for examination are China, India, Bangladesh, Iran and Sri Lanka. The data of last 50 years have been regressed from 1970 to 2019. The findings explain that there is substantial relationship between infrastructure development and economic growth; infrastructure reflects both physical and non-physical. Energy consumption (oil) and other variables proved positively significant relationship with economic growth. Policy has been recommended for economic growth and approach to value the variables according to needs and financial constraints and then prioritize the sectors in which government should invest. Supervisor:- Dr. Saud Ahmed Khan

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Supervisor: Saud Ahmed Khan

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