Tracking Hope in Karachi (THINK)


Over half of Pakistan’s population is under 30 years old. Globally, large youth populations present both enormous potential and significant policy challenges. In response, many countries, governments and international aid agencies dedicate significant resources to education programmes. Despite the emphasis placed on education, scant empirical research investigates the causal relationship between access to education and positive or negative attitudes and behaviours among youth in developing countries.

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Principal Investigators

Dr. Dana Burde, New York University

Project Period

2017 - Ongoing