Khurram Husain is a leading business and economy journalist in Pakistan, based out of Karachi. He has taught at the prestigious Lahore University of Management Sciences in the past. He writes a widely read column in Dawn, Pakistan’s leading English language newspaper and in television has been a contributor to the BBC, providing short features on economic issues as well as appearing as an analyst for English and Urdu language services. 

Project Summary

At the Woodrow Wilson Center, Khurram is researching the political economy of policy reform in Pakistan. He’s looking at the history of Pakistan’s relationship with the IMF as a window in the reform process to better understand how the play of domestic and international pressures has worked to shape Pakistan’s economy and society in an era of globalized capital flows.

Khurram Husain discusses the relationship between Pakistan and the International Monetary Fund: