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ECO 501 Development Economic
The Case:

In 1971, Bangladesh declared independence from Pakistan. Previously, Bangladesh had been known as East Pakistan, and what is now Pakistan was called West Pakistan. Though more than 1,000 miles apart, both were part of a single country, with economic and political power concentrated in West Pakistan. Because they were once the same country, Pakistan and Bangladesh make for an interesting exercise in comparative development, in that the two shared a common national policy in the early years, even if they did not benefit from it equally.


Case study of Pakistan and Bangladesh has been discussed in video lecture, handouts and text book. Being a student of development economics, analyze the economic situation of both countries and make appropriate comparisons on economic growth and poverty situations of both countries.

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