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Corruption and Modes of Project Evaluation in Pakistan

Ahmed, Ovais and Mashkoor, Aasim (2016): Corruption and Modes of Project Evaluation in Pakistan.


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This research study investigated the intellectual surprising intervene distinctions comprises into cause of instable economic system of country and comprehend the laws of government regulating policies are closely for economic development. The rulers who are actually called by their designation such as, politicians, bureaucrats, Government Officers who have power of decision-making are actually intermediaries of such development planning. This paper put the light on evaluation methods of project cost in terms of economic value, and development. The long-term goals are made by government body who directly or indirectly involve with external investors and ventures for initializations of development program according to opportunity cost benefits. In this situation, Cost benefit analysis and Cost effectiveness are popular tools which used for evaluation or assessing the cost of benefits and interventions

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