The Course is designed for students who have preferably been exposed to various key areas of public management policy framework. After looking at some of the foundational aspects of the policy framework and implementation regime, it underlines the need for reforms to meet the multiple challenges of service delivery on a sustainable basis. It aims at identifying some critical connects between the public and the private sector with a view to meet the overall objective of growth and development. It tends to develop students interest and keenness in the public sector management with a view to opt it as a career while broadening their profile.
Gad and Birgit Rausing Library is a multi-disciplinary library serving the faculty, students, researchers, and staff of the university. It is providing quality services to its' patrons.
New books added in library collection for patrons.
Data Resource Unit (DRU) is an online repository of data resources developed by the Department of Economics at Lahore University of Management Sciences to facilitate academic and policy oriented research on Pakistan. With few exceptions, the data resources at CMER mostly consist of individual and household-level data from Pakistan’s household and labor force surveys, other government surveys, financial and provincial development statistics and LUMS surveys.
The Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) has won the National Medal of Innovation in the Most Innovative University category at National Innovation Awards for developing an innovative model for University based incubation exemplified by LUMS Center for Entrepreneurship, now called National Incubation Center Lahore (NIC). The announcement was made at Pakistan Innovation Forum’s (PIF) Annual Conference – The Pakistan Innovation Forum 2017 on December 7, 2017 at Marriott, Karachi.
With participation from the leading universities across Pakistan, the Rausing Executive Development Centre (REDC) conducted the ‘Leadership in Higher Education: A Programme for Vice Chancellors & Senior Deans’ from December 18 - 23, 2017.
The 6-day transformational programme was specifically designed to explore issues related to university governance and management from the macro and micro perspective. The key emphasis was on the role of universities in the changing world where higher education institutions are the drivers of socio-economic change in the community.
Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB) faculty, Dr. Bushra Naqvi's article, ‘What Enables Islamic Banks to Contribute in Global Financial Reintermediation?’ has been published in the Pacific-Basin Finance Journal.