The Bangladesh Development Studies

Index to The Bangladesh Development Studies Vol . XXII , 1994 Afsar 1994 : Rita Afsar , " Internal Migration and Women : An Insight into Causes , Consequences and Policy Implications , " The Bangladesh Development Studies , Vol .

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Index of Articles of The Bangladesh Development Studies

Author: Abdul Aziz Khan

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Category: Development economics

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Food Security Dynamics and Dimensions

Murshid , K.A.S. , “ Micro - Level Adjustments to Foodgrain Shortages in Bangladesh ” , The Bangladesh Development Studies , vol . XV , no . 2 , 1987 . Murshid , K.A.S. , “ Weather , New Technology and Instability in Food Grain ...

Author: Mrityunjay Mohan Jha

Publisher: Northern Book Centre

ISBN: 9788172111373

Category: Food supply

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Food insecurity is a persistent problem in most of the developing Nations of the world and `food security' is their priority. Deals with this problem in a holistic perspective, discussing the availability and accessibility to food. Salient Features `For holistic perspectives on food security in developing world, situation, assessment and policy options' - A conceptual framework for food insecurity study within the World System. - Concepts and key issues related to food insecurity. - Understanding availability and accessibility and discussions on poverty, hunger, population and ecology links. - Resource base, technology, agricultural productivity and diversification. - Role of various agencies in food security system, including NGOs. - A review of population and food policies. - Relevance of food and developmental aid, inevitability, compulsions and options. - Effectiveness of regional co-operation. - Securing food for all-impediments and opportunities.

Credit for Alleviation of Rural Poverty

The Grameen Bank in Bangladesh Mahabub Hossain. Ghai, Dharam. An Evaluation of the Impact of the Grameen Bank Project Dhaka: Grameen Bank, 1984. Ghatak, S. “Rural Interest Rates in the Indian Economy.” journal of Development Studies 11 ...

Author: Mahabub Hossain

Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst

ISBN: 9780896290679

Category: Business & Economics

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Trade Growth and Development

The Bangladesh Development Studies—Special Issue on Industrial Policies and the State of Industrialization in Bangladesh XIX:(1) and (2). Bhagwati, J. (1982) 'Directly unproductive profit-seeking (DUP) activities', Journal of Political ...

Author: Göte Hansson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134882467

Category: Business & Economics

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Since the end of the second world war the economic gap between rich and poor countries has steadily widened. Trade, Growth and Development examines this disparity and assesses the reasons why some developing countries have been more successful than others. The book is divided into four parts: Part I examines recent developments in the theory of trade, growth and economic development; Parts II to IV present an empirical analysis of policy and performance in Latin America, Asia and Africa. As well as offering an analysis of traditional economic factors the book also emphasises the role of politics and institutions in the process of economic development.

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The Aid Lab

In chapters examining the environmental, political and socioeconomic crisis of the 1970s, the book shows how the lessons of the famine led to a robustly pro-poor growth and social policy agenda, empowering the Bangladeshi state and its non ...

Author: Naomi Hossain

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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From an unpromising start as 'the basket-case' to present day plaudits for its human development achievements, Bangladesh plays an ideological role in the contemporary world order, offering proof that the neo-liberal development model works under the most testing conditions. How were such rapid gains possible in a context of chronically weak governance? The Aid Lab subjects this so-called 'Bangladesh paradox' to close scrutiny, evaluating public policies and their outcomes for poverty and development since Bangladesh's independence in 1971. Countering received wisdom that its gains owe to an early shift to market-oriented economic reform, it argues that a binding political settlement, a social contract to protect against the crises of subsistence and survival, united the elite, the masses, and their aid donors in the wake of the devastating famine of 1974. This laid resilient foundations for human development, fostering a focus on the poorest and most precarious, and in particular on the concerns of women. In chapters examining the environmental, political and socioeconomic crisis of the 1970s, the book shows how the lessons of the famine led to a robustly pro-poor growth and social policy agenda, empowering the Bangladeshi state and its non-governmental organizations to protect and enable its population to thrive in its engagements in the global economy. Now a middle-income country, Bangladesh's role as the world's laboratory for aided development has generated lessons well beyond its borders, and Bangladesh continues to carve a pioneering pathway through the risks of global economic integration and climate change.

Migration Development and Poverty Reduction in Asia

Matin , I. 2001 " Targeted development programs for the extreme poor : experiences from BRAC experiments " ... core poor : some evidence on social exclusion in NGO programs " , The Bangladesh Development Studies , XXVI ( 1 ) : 1-35 .

Author: Iom International Organization For Migration

Publisher: Academic Foundation

ISBN: 9788171885732

Category: Asia

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