CBER Commenced Seminar Series on "How has the reduced income tax rate applicable in Pakistan to a small company"
Centre for Business and Economics Research Commences its Seminar Series: "How has the reduced income tax rate applicable in Pakistan to a "small company" affected SME growth since 2005?" on December 2nd, 2015
The Centre for Business and Economics Research has commenced its Seminar Series with the purpose of providing an opportunity to the faculty and graduate students at IBA to discuss their research work. The objective of weekly seminars is to encourage the exchange of ideas and stimulate a culture of research and discourse.
Speakers may discuss work that is at a later stage of completion and needs further refinement for a seminar or conference outside IBA or may choose to discuss work-in-progress at early stages as well as potential research projects and ideas. Speakers may also present any of their recent papers. Faculty members are also encouraged to participate as discussants. Senior faculty is especially requested to present their work to inspire and motivate young researchers. Graduate students will be required to use this platform to present research ideas for their master or PhD thesis. Distinguished professionals who are prominent in the field of economics and business will also share their knowledge with the academic community at IBA.
Dr. Azam Ali and Dr. Saqib Sharif presented their research titled "How has the reduced income tax rate applicable in Pakistan to a "small company" affected SME growth since 2005?" on December 2nd, 2015.
Audience from both Main Campus and City Campus attended the seminar through video conference facilities. All interested faculty and graduate students in the field of business, economics and finance are requested to contact Ms Sidrat Asim, Manager CBER in order to set-up their presentation date.