MSc. Development Studies, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). BSc. Politics and Economics, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
Kabeer has worked with the Collective since 2014, initially as a Research Assistant. He also has experience working with the World Bank in Pakistan as an Urban Development Consultant. Kabeer completed his MSc. in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science, for which he was awarded the Chevening Scholarship. His dissertation examined the politics of public sector reform, investigating how pockets of effectiveness are created.
Political economy of development, governance and service delivery, industrial policy and structural transformation, electoral politics, state effectiveness.
Kabeer Dawani, Low Cost, Low Access? A Misplaced Focus on Drug Pricing in Pakistan. Collective Blog. June 2019.
Kabeer Dawani, The Plight of Domestic Workers in Pakistan. Collective Blog. March 2019.
Kabeer Dawani, Living Wage for Rural Western Cape Province, South Africa - Updated to May 2018. February 2019.
Kabeer Dawani, Living Wage for Southern and South Western Minas Gerais Region, Brazil - Updated to July 2018. February 2019.
Kabeer Dawani, Living Wage for Rural and Urban Sialkot, Pakistan - Updated to December 2017. August 2018.
Kabeer Dawani, Living Wage for Tiruppur City, Tamil Nadu, India - Updated to April 2018. July 2018.
Kabeer Dawani, The Mystery of Political Will. Collective Blog. April 2018.
Kabeer Dawani, Is the Minimum Wage a 'Living Wage' in Pakistan? Collective Blog. August 2016.
Kabeer Dawani, More Decentralization, Please!. Collective Blog. March 2016.
Kabeer Dawani, The Chingchi's Tryst with Karachi. Collective Blog. August 2015.
Kabeer Dawani, The hike in drug prices may be painful, but it’s necessary. Dawn. May 2019.
Kabeer Dawani, The Mystery of Political Will. The Express Tribune. April 8, 2018.
Kabeer Dawani, A void left by Qingqis. The Express Tribune. August 2015.
Kabeer Dawani and Asad Sayeed, Estimating a Living Wage Benchmark in Sialkot, Pakistan, Collective Seminar 2019-01, 18 Jan 2019.