Lahore School of Economics

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Lahore School of Economics
LSE-Logo.jpg
Type Private
Established 1993
Location Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Campus Urban, 50 acres
Website http://www.lahoreschoolofeconomics.edu.pk

The Lahore School of Economics (LSE) is a research oriented independent non-profit university based in Lahore, Pakistan established in 1993 and chartered by the government in January 1997. It has currently 200 faculty members and over 3,000 students studying undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs.[1][2]

The Lahore School was founded by Dr. Shahid Amjad Chaudhry, a McGill trained economist, who served as the deputy chair of the powerful Planning Commission. The Lahore School has two campuses: the Main campus and the City campus. The Main campus, spread over 35 acres (140,000 m2) and the city campus is located in Gulberg. Its faculty comprise over 150 permanent faculty members with specialisations in Economics, Business Administration, Social Sciences, Mathematics & Statistics, Environmental Studies, Media Studies, Art and Design.[3]

The Lahore School consists of two distinctive institutes, including the Graduate Institute of Development Studies which carries out research and training in international development, the Centre for Research in Economics and Business, which publishes the Lahore Journal of Economics and the Lahore Journal of Business.[4] Its business school is ranked among the top 10 in Pakistan according to the Higher Education Commission.[5][6]

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http://www.scribd.com/doc/151947119/HEC-ranking-of-universtities-July-2013

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