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Corruption & Public Finance Project Selection; Its Impact On the Economy: A Case Study of Pakistan

Ahmed, Ovais and Mashkoor, Aasim (2016): Corruption & Public Finance Project Selection; Its Impact On the Economy: A Case Study of Pakistan.

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Abstract

This research study is demonstrated the methods of systematic financial forecasting to eradicating the corruption barriers in public and private projects which directly impact on diversify economy. The purpose of this study is to investigate the key factors of financial forecasting methods to diminish a corruption abnormality in public projects which are improbable and unavoidable factors in current business world. In order to determine the feasibility of the project there are many different methods to identify the projects evaluation. But these evaluations are manipulated in a manner that the weak areas of the project in many ways never even discussed. We have discussed some methods of project evaluation in this paper. With the help of qualitative comparative study, we try to find out the feasibility of motorways project in Pakistan. Those projects evaluation which are triangle basis external and internal third party. In this study, we have put light on financial methods of measuring public or private projects systematically. There is no irrelevant upturn and downturn in assessment that how to project evaluation selection methods which can positive impact on economic growth.

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