Bangladesh Quarterly Economic Update

September 2014 The Bangladesh Quarterly Economic Update ( DEU ) has been produced by the Bangladesh Resident Mission of the Asian Development Bank since March 2001 , The QEU provides information and analysis on Bangladesh's ...

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Publisher: Asian Development Bank

ISBN: 9292548123

Category: Business & Economics

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The Bangladesh Quarterly Economic Update (QEU) has been produced by the Bangladesh Resident Mission of the Asian Development Bank since March 2001. The QEU provides information and analysis on Bangladesh's macroeconomic and sector developments, key development challenges, and policy and institutional reforms. It has wide readership in government, academia, development partners, private sector, and civil society.

Bangladesh Quarterly

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Youth Employment in Bangladesh

Schematic diagram of the Bangladesh labour market (Source Authors' illustration based on Bangladesh Quarterly Labour Force Survey 2016–2017 [BBS, 2018]) Dynamics of labour market of Bangladesh (Note For simplicity of exposition, ...

Author: Fahmida Khatun

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9811517509

Category: Business & Economics

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This book brings together pioneering and evidence-based research that focuses on youth employment—one of the foremost development challenges of our time—and fills a critical research and knowledge gap alongside consolidating existing relevant literature. Comprehensive in scope, the book provides an overview of trends in youth employment in Bangladesh, empirically analyses the determinants of youth unemployment, covers relevant economic theory, and recommends policy measures for employment creation in Bangladesh. The new evidence from Bangladesh on the aforesaid issues will inform relevant and concurrent policy discourse, add value to related research in the field, and inspire future research. The insights gathered through this study will serve as an important lesson for other developing countries on what works and what does not in policy-making.

Quarterly Economic Review of Bangladesh

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Quarterly Economic Review of Pakistan Bangladesh Afghanistan

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Bangladesh

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The Bangladesh Development Studies

THE BANGLADESH INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES DHAKA, BANGLADESH Quarterly Journal The Bangladesh Economic Review : Vol. I & II (Nos.l, 2) (Price : Tk. 20.00 or US $ .10.00 or UK £ 4.00) (Suspended from July 1974) The Bangladesh ...

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Voices to Choices

Bangladesh's Journey in Women's Economic Empowerment Jennifer L. Solotaroff, Aphichoke Kotikula, Tara Lonnberg, Snigdha Ali, Ferdous Jahan ... Bank Categorywise Quarterly SME Loan Statement as on 31.12.2010. Dhaka: Bangladesh Bank. ———.

Author: Jennifer L. Solotaroff

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 1464813744

Category: Business & Economics

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Women have experienced significant changes in various spheres of their lives during the last decades as Bangladesh made economic progress. Yet women’s economic engagement and empowerment are subdued, as they cannot make sufficient choices for themselves. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the economic developments in gender equality in Bangladesh. Through examining women’s participation in the labour force, ownership and control of household assets, use and control of financial assets, and opportunities for entrepreneurship, the authors have made concrete recommendations to overcome challenges that lie ahead for women’s economic empowerment. This book is an important contribution to the knowledge on interventions required by the policy makers and broader stakeholders towards narrowing gender gaps. --Fahmida Khatun, PhD, Executive Director, Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), Bangladesh The women’s story is central to Bangladesh’s economic and social transformation. There is an urgent need to deepen researched understanding of the multidimensional pathways of women’s economic empowerment and extent of real progress made. Voices to Choices is an important contribution to this story. Surely, the journey of women’s economic empowerment remains a long and challenging one. Realizing the full benefits of new opportunities is often hampered by both new and entrenched insecurities. The task is as much one of empowering women’s agency as of dismantling barriers. The responsibility is as much women’s as society’s. --Hossain Zillur Rahman, PhD, Executive Chairman, Power and Participation Research Centre (PPRC) This book provides critical insights and is timely, as it outlines how girls and women in Bangladesh have gained more opportunities in labor force participation, control over household and financial assets, as well as greater prospects for entrepreneurship. The findings will greatly contribute to future policy and planning for government and key stakeholders working to advance women’s economic empowerment in the country. --Sabina Faiz Rashid, PhD, Dean and Professor, BRAC James P. Grant School of Public Health BRAC University

Numbers and Narratives in Bangladesh s Economic Development

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Author: Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9811606587

Category: Business & Economics

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This book focuses on socio-economic developments of Bangladesh by challenging the dominant international narrative of the case being termed as “development surprise”, “development paradox” or “development conundrum,” given the absence of good governance. In doing so, the book examines the political economic dynamics and offers valuable insights into the current state of the Bangladeshi economy in light of stability, transformability and sustainability. Pointing to the ‘high’ rate of growth in gross domestic product (GDP) in Bangladesh, there is wide belief that economic growth can be obtained even without functioning institutions, and is more important than an inclusive political system. Advocates go on to argue that authoritarianism may be condoned as long as a steady course of development is perused. However, the inadequacy of comparative analysis in to the state of the economy of Bangladesh vis-à-vis other relevant economies makes such claims myopic and parochial. This book thus investigates the numbers and narratives to ascertain the validity of such assertions and lamentations by looking at the necessary and sufficient conditions of development. The necessary conditions imply an incisive inquiry into the factors of economic growth— land, labour, capital and technology while sufficient conditions warrant a penetrating incisive inquiry into the factors of economic growth— land, labour, capital and technology. As such, the book explores development by drawing variables of politics and economics to find out a causal relationship, and interjects these variables have on themes such as growth, agriculture, manufacturing industry, financial sector, health, education, poverty and inequality.

Current Affairs Quarterly Edition 2018Q2 2nd Quarter of 2018 April 2018 to June 2018

PM Modi, Hasina inaugurate Bangladesh Bhavan • Prime Minister Modi & his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the Bangladesh Bhavan in Santiniketan, West Bengal. • Bangladesh Bhavan features a museum that showcases renowned ...

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