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About Tehreem Husain

Tehreem Husain

Tehreem Husain is a doctoral candidate at the UCL Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management. She is a regular columnist for the business pages of Pakistan's English daily newspaper, The Express Tribune, and is a blogger for Huffington Post UK. Before moving to the UK, she worked as an economic analyst at the Monetary Policy department of the State Bank of Pakistan, the country's central bank.


Recent Posts by Tehreem Husain:
Did high wages actually kickstart the Industrial Revolution?

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Urban Planning in the UK: A Brief History The history of town planning in the UK and how it evolved to the form it exists today. 

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A History of Land Registry and its Importance Today The HM Land Registry has moved in leaps and bounds from its origins in late nineteenth century

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The Collapse of Carillion: What Can History Teach Us? Could we have learnt anything from the past with regard to perhaps averting the collapse of Carillion?

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From the Baring crisis to the global financial crisis: what can we learn? What the Panic of 1890 can teach us

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The construction industry post Brexit: a snapshot How can the sector overcome the challenges of Brexit?

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Geographies of housing development The case of the interwar housing market

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Building the way out of the Great Depression How the rise of building societies in the UK contributed to economic recovery

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The UK housing market in the interwar years: what can we learn? An historical look at how a housing boom rejuvenated the economy

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