Relationship Between Governance And Human Development In Pakistan
Author: Tayyaba Khan

The human development index is the main measurement model to measure the average life expectancy and the total development inside a country. Similarly, the human development is dependent upon a number of variables such as political stability and the control of corruption and inflation. Pakistan’s Human Development Index is 0.560 in 2019 and is 152 out of 189 countries (UNDP report, 2019), representing the lowest segment of the Human Development Index. In this regard, it is necessary to maximise human development and examine the relationship between patterns and indicators of human development. The main objectives of this study is to describe the main variables in Pakistan that are necessary for the human development index. The purpose of this study is to find the relationship of human development index in Pakistan and also the dependence of various elements such as rule of law, governance effectiveness, political stability, control of corruption, voice and accountability and regulatory accountability on the human development index of Pakistan. The report also aims to find the relevance of the same variables for inflation in Pakistan For a successful analysis the study gathered the data form 15 different countries including Pakistan. The data was analysed by the use of correlation and regression. For the regression panel regression analysis was done and for the correlation the T-test was done. The results of the study after the analysis of all the findings indicated that in order to achieve a good human development index in Pakistan, there is a need to focus on the betterment in the voice and Accountability and the improving the rule of law. Supervisor:- Dr Hassan Rasool

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Supervisor: Hassan Rasool

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