This article presents a case study of Pakistan with a special focus on the
institutional reforms of the newly elected government brought within a short
period of time. The study identifies and evaluates only the major reforms in several ministries
and departments. The data of this case study is evaluated with the content analysis approach.
Findings reveal that a record number of reforms have been introduced in FBR, NAB and
Ministry of Interior. Local governments and major government institutions were given
additional authority and autonomy which resulted in the decrease of corruption, terrorism and
politicization. Findings also confirm considerable changes in e-governance with the launch of
technological tools and techniques that eventually facilitated the public and modernized
governance. Apart from that, the PM Imran Khan conveyed a positive image of the country to
the international community which increased tourism to a greater extent. The findings of this
study are significant and pertinent to complementary future scholarship and practice.
1-Muhammad Mussa Khan Research Scholar,School of Public Affairs,Zhejiang University, Hangzhou City, China.2-Riaz Ahmad Assistant Professor,School of Public Policy and Administration,Xi'an Jiaotong University,
Beilin City, China.