Institutional Analysis of Globalization: A Case of Pakistan

  •  Bushra Hamid    
  •  Nasreen Ghufran    


The rapid growth of globalization in recent years has led to greater activity on part of the vested interests, rent-seekers and organizations to pursue their respective selfish agendas. The paper argues that the process of globalization resulted in emergence of institutions and professions that are more detrimental to global peace and prosperity. Moreover, it underscores hazards of the concepts of globalization when realized in a conceited manner. Case of Pakistan is cited to explain the course.

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