Infrastructural Constraints on Energy Development: The Case of Pakistan
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Since the mid-1970s, energy planning in Pakistan has focused on (1) reducing the elasticity between economic growth and energy demand and (2) sharply increasing energy investment to augment domestic sources of supply. The Sixth Five-Year Plan (1983-1988) allocation for energy was 38 percent of total public-sector outlays. This represented a 200-percent increase over the achievements of the Fifth Plan. The Seventh Plan period (1988-1993) is continuing this trend, with energy-sector investments accounting for nearly 50 percent of the public investment program in fiscal year (FY) 1989 and 45 percent in FY 1990.
Journal of Energy and Development, Spring, 1991.Refereed Journal Article
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