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Dr. Md. Shariful Islam

Islam, S. N., & Islam, M. S. (2024) (in Press). The Effect of Financial Development, Tariff, and RTA on Exports: A Structural Gravity Analysis. Journal of EconomicIntegration

Dr. Md. Shariful Islam

Islam, S. N., & Islam, M. S. (2023). Friends or foe? The complementarity or substitutability of financial development and FDI, financial development, and trade openness on domestic investment. The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development32(7), 1083-1111.

Dr. Md. Shariful Islam

Haque, M. Z., Qian, A., Islam, M. S., & Lucky, S. A. (2022). Hedonic vs. utilitarian value: influencing on social networking sites adoption of institutional investors. International Journal of Business Information Systems41(4), 525-547.

Dr. Md. Shariful Islam

Haque, M. Z., Islam, M. S., & Lucky, S. A. (2022). Espousal of online social networks (OSNS) in tourism supply chain network (TSCN) during Covid-19. Geo Journal of Tourism and Geosites42, 804-816.

Dr. Md. Shariful Islam

Haque, M. Z., Islam, M. S., Deb, S. K., & Islam, M. R. (2022). Strategic value of Online Social Networks (OSNs) in supply chain networks during COVID-19. Cogent Business & Management9(1), 2148336.
Chicago

Dr. Md. Shariful Islam

Islam,M. S., Haque, M. Z., Islam, S. N., Alam, M. M., &Hassan, A. (2022) (inpress). Role of Education Human Capital in ICT-TradeRelationship. InternationalJournal of Education Economics andDevelopment.

Dr. Md. Shariful Islam

Khanam, A., & Islam, M. S. (2019). Urbanization and Income in Bangladesh: An Empirical Analysis. Journal of Business4(2), 19-27.
Chicago

Dr. Md. Shariful Islam

Islam, M.S. and Khanom, A. (2017) The Impacts of Remittanceson Poverty at the Household Level in Bangladesh: A Propensity Score MatchingApproach                         The Jahangirnagar Economic Review, Volume 28, June,2017, ISSN: 1990-2492

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Critiquing the Nature ofMagic Realism in Laura Esquivel’s Like Water For Chocolate”, Journal of ELTand Education, ISSN: 2618-1290 (Print), 2663-1482 (Online), Volume 5, Issue1, Page: 16-24, Center for Academic Research and Development (CARD), Dhaka. March 2022

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

‘DevelopingEnglish Pronunciation Among Students in Bangladeshi Universities: The Use ofSegmental Elements’. Juournal of Bangladesh Studies. ISSN-1529-0905(Print), ISSN-2771-5086 (Digital), Vol-24, No. 1., USA, 2022.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

‘‘SynchronousOnline Learning during Covid-19 Pandemic: A Study on the Tertiary LevelStudents in Bangladesh’’. Journal of Sustainable Learning and Development ,ISSN (Print): 2791-0881, Vol. 1(1), Dhaka, 2021.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Magic Realism in the OneHundred Years of Solitude: Gabirel Garcia Marquez’s Style of Applications”,Ideas: A Journal of Literature, Arts and Culture, Vol.07, ISSN2413-1814, Institute of Advanced Studies, Dhaka, 2021-2022.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Assessment ofLearning-Grading Nexus in the Context of Bangladesh”, Ideas: A Journal ofLiterature, Arts and Culture, Vol.06, ISSN 2413-1814, Institute of AdvancedStudies, Dhaka, 2020-2021.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Rites de Passage inBangladesh: Nilphamari Perspective”, Journal of ELT and Education,Vol.03, ISSN 2618-1290, Center for Academic Research and Development (CARD),Dhaka, 2020.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Regime of Iliyas ShahiDynasty: Opening Bengal’s Window to Outer World”, Ideas: A Journal ofLiterature, Arts and Culture, Vol.05, ISSN 2413-1814, Institute of AdvancedStudies, Dhaka, 2029-2020.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

Writing in Bangladesh:Theories and Practice Nexus, DIUJournal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol.06, ISSN 2305-0136, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, 2019.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

"Sompura Mahavira: ATestimony of Medieval Culture, Sculpture and Architecture”, Ideas: A Journalof Literature, Arts and Culture, Vol.03, ISSN 2413-1814, Institute ofAdvanced Studies, Dhaka, 2017-2018.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Theories and Practices Nexus of Reading Skill in National University ofBangladesh”, DIU Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol.04, ISSN2305-0136, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, 2017.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Realities of SpeakingPractices in Colleges under the National University of Bangladesh”, StamfordJournal of English, Vol.09, Stamford University Bangladesh, Dhaka, 2015-2016.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Rokeya’sSultana’s Dream: A Utopia against a Dystopia”, International Journal ofEnglish Literature and Culture (IJELC), Vol.03 (07), pp. 199-222,ISSN 2360-7831, Nigeria, 2015.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Practices of Listening inthe National University of Bangladesh”, BUBT Journal, Vol iv. ISSN2072-7542, Bangladesh University of Business and Technology, Dhaka, 2013.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

Rokeya’s Reverse Thoughts: Sketch of Male Characters in Sultana’sDream”, TheCriterion, (Indexed Open AccessJournsl), Vol. III. Issue IV, ISSN: 0976-8165, Impact Factor 7.86, India, 2013.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

“Genocideat Rangpur City in the Liberation War of Bangladesh, 1971: Fire, Fury andFragrance”, Epiphany, Vol.06, No-01, ISSN 1840-3719, University ofSarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 2013.

Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

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Dr. Md. Mohoshin Reza

"UAE university students’ experiences of virtual classroom learning during Covid 19", Smart Learning Environments, Springer Open (Scopus indexed Q1), Vol.10, No. 5 (2023).

Dr. Fahmida Haque

  1. Haque, F. (2008). A Marxist’s Reading of James Joyce’s Eveline. Explorer, Journal of Faculty of Humanities & Law, 1 (1), pp. 59-68.
  2. Haque, F. (2008). Feminine Exigency in James Joyce’s Araby. Explorer, Journal of Faculty of Humanities & Law, 1 (2), pp. 69-78.
  3. Mahmood, M. M. & Haque, F. (2008). The Inevitable Failure of Meta-narratives in The God of Small Things. Explorer, Journal of Faculty of Humanities & Law, 1 (2), pp. 145-159.
  4. Haque, F. (2009). Moll Flanders – A Universal Tale of Capitalism. Explorer, Journal of Faculty of Humanities & Law, 2 (1 & 2), pp. 91-102.
  5. Haque, F. (2013). Education for Sustainable Development: An Evaluation of the New Curriculum of the Formal Primary Education in Bangladesh. Eurasian Multidisciplinary Forum, 1, pp.320-330.
  6. Haque, F. (2018). Teachers’ Perception and Practice of Constructivist Approach of English Language Teaching at the Primary Level in Bangladesh. Society & Change, XII (1), 49-68.
  7. Chowdhury, N. J. & Haque, F. (2019). Teachers and Learners Perception Towards the Use of Podcasts for Learning English at the Undergraduate Level in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study. International Journal of Advanced Research, 7(8), 505-516.
  8. Haque, F. (2019). EFL Teachers and Learners Perception of Metacognitive Reading Strategy and Academic Performance: A Survey of Undergraduate Students in Bangladesh. Journal of Governance and Innovation, V(2), 7-15.
  9. Ahmed, P., Quddus, M. R. & Haque, F. (2019). Treatment of Love and Marriage in Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights and Rabindranath Tagore’s Shesher Kobita: A Comparative Study. BUP Journal, 7(1), 1-12.
  10. Haque, F. & Ahmed, P. (2021). Representation of Humanism in Tagore’s Gora and Forster’s A Passage to India: A Comparative Study. FASS INQUEST, 1(1), 63-86.
  11. Haque, F. (2022). Teachers’ and Learners’ Perception of Post-method Pedagogy for English Language Teaching at the Secondary Level in Bangladesh. FASS INQUEST, 2(1), 51-72.
  12. Haque, F. (2022). Construction of Women in the Liberation War Literature of Bangladesh: An Alternative Reading. Praxis International Journal of Social Science and Literature, 6(3), 14-25.
  13. Haque, F. (2022). Teaching Sustainability through Content and Language Integrated Learning in English Language Classroom: A Survey on Primary Level Students in Bangladesh.  Accepted for publishing in Society & Change.

Md. Adib Ahmed

 Ahmed, A., Amin, S. B., McCarthy, G., Khan, A. M., & Nepal, R. (2022). Isblended learning the future of education? Students perspective using discretechoice experiment analysis. Journal of University Teaching &Learning Practice19(3), 06.

Md. Adib Ahmed

Amin, S. B., Ahmed, A., Khan, A. M.,& Khan, F. (2021). Policy Paper on the Post Covid-19 Sustainable EnergyOptions for Power Generation in Bangladesh. International EnergyJournal21(1A).

Md. Adib Ahmed

Khan, A. M., Amin, S. B., Ahmed, A.,& Sultana, T. (2021). Tourism Development and Economic Growth inBangladesh: New Evidence from Nonlinear Autoregressive Distributed Lag. InternationalJournal of Economics and Financial Issues11(2), 100-107.

Md. Adib Ahmed

Mahidud, A., Amin, S. B.,& (2021). Nexus among foreign exchange reserve, remittance and tradeopenness: An empirical Ahmed, A.investigation in the Bangladeshieconomy. Journal of Empirical Studies8(1), 1-12.

Md. Adib Ahmed

Ahmed, A., Amin, S. B., & Khan, A. M. (2020). Forecasting Tourism Revenue inBangladesh Using ARIMA Approach: The Case of Bangladesh. InternationalReview of Business Research Papers16(1).

Al Jamal Mustafa Shindaini

Shindaini, Al Jamal Mustafa, Structural barriers to providing basic education toRohingya children in the Kutupalong refugee camp, Cox's Bazar, BangladeshInternational Journal of Education Research Open, (Scopus Index, ELSEVIER, Science Direct) Vol. 3, Issue. 01, 02April 2022, Published by Elsevier Ltd https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijedro.2022.100159

Al Jamal Mustafa Shindaini

Shindaini, Al Jamal Mustafa  (2022), "Impact of institutional quality and human capital creation on economic growth in Bangladesh: evidence from an ARDL approach", InternationalJournal of Social Economics, Emerald Insight, Vol. 49 No. 12, pp.1787-1802. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSE-12-2021-0732

Al Jamal Mustafa Shindaini

Shindaini, Al Jamal Mustafa, Provisionof Education to Rohingya Refugee Children in Bangladesh: Exploring the Forms ofDiscrimination and IntersectionalityAsia Pacific Education Review (APER) (Q2,SJR-0.554, Impactfactor: 1.74,Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Part of Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12564-022-09770-9

Al Jamal Mustafa Shindaini

Shindaini, Al Jamal Mustafa, (Scopus Index) “Assessment of Mental Health Conditions amongWorking Class People during COVID-19 Pandemic: Insights from Dhaka South City,Bangladesh” International Journalof Public health Science, (Scopus Index)Vol. 11, Issue. 02, June 2022, Intelektual Pustaka Media Utama(IPMU) in collaboration with Institute of AdvancedEngineering and Science (IAES) (ISSN: 2252-8806

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A. K. (2012a). “RubellaVirus and Congenital Birth Defects in Bangladesh: A Study of SocialDeterminants”. Journal of Sociology, Nazmul Karim StudyCentre, University of Dhaka. 4(1): 113-126. ISSN:  1813-2871

Abul kalam Azad

Alam,M.J. , Rahman, T., Ashraf, M. & Azad, A. K. (2012b). “CombatingAir Pollution through Environmental Management Measures: The Case of DevelopingCountries”. Journal of Sociology, Nazmul Karim Study Centre,University of Dhaka. 4(1): 29-39. ISSN:  1813-2871

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A. K. & Alam, M.J.(2012c). “Shifting Approaches to Sustainable Development: Morality as anAlternative Pillar”. Journal of Sociology, Nazmul Karim StudyCentre, University of Dhaka. 4(2): 127-152. ISSN:  1813-2871

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A. K. (2014). “MeaslesMumps and Rubella Vaccination Coverage among the Private UniversityStudents of Bangladesh: A Nonfunctional Health Belief Model”.Journal of Social Sciences: Society and Change. 8(1): 27-47. ISSN: 1997-1052(Print), 227-202X (Online).

Abul kalam Azad

Rakib,M. A. & Azad, A. K. (2016). “Towards Sociology of Autism: A CaseStudy on the Parents of Autistic Children in Dhaka City”. GenderGovernance and Human Rights: South Asian Perspective.  2(2):65-76. ISSN: 2312-5551.

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A. K. (2018a). “EpistemologicalShift of Madrasa Students in Bangladesh: A Multi-level Analysis”. IOSRJournal Of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS). 23(2): 41-47. e-ISSN:2279-0837, p-ISSN: 2279-0845. DOI: 10.9790/0837-2302044147.

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A. K. (2018b). “CapitalFactors of Socioeconomic Status and the Epistemological Shift of MadrasaStudents in Bangladesh: A PL-SEM Analysis”. IOSR Journal Of Humanities AndSocial Science (IOSR-JHSS). 23(8): 1-13. e-ISSN: 2279-0837, p-ISSN:2279-0845. DOI: 10.9790/0837-2308070113.

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A. K. (2018c). “CapitalFactors of Rubella Vaccination Behaviour of the Parents in Bangladesh: APLS-SEM Analysis”. Budapest International Research and Critics Institute(BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences. 1(3): 57-71. e-ISSN:2615-3076(Online), p-ISSN: 2615-1715(Print). DOI: 10.33258/birci.v1i3.30.

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A. K. (2018d). Socioeconomic Status and Educational Choice of the Children in Bangladesh. Budapest International Research and CriticsInstitute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences. 1(4):317-329e-ISSN: 2615-3076(Online), p-ISSN:2615-1715(Print), DOI: 10.33258/birci.v1i4.125.

Abul kalam Azad

Mahtab,T and Azad, A. K. (2021). “Impact of COVID 19 onSexual and Reproductive Health of Women in Bangladesh”. Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Research (TOJQR). 12(7):1181–1195. e-ISSN 1309-6591.

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A.K. & Ahmed, A.I.M.U. (2021). “SocialMobility and the Epistemological Hybridity of Madrasa Students in Bangladesh”.BGMEA Journal of Business and Economics. 2(1): 145-158. ISSN 2664-9942 (Print).

Abul kalam Azad

Islam,M. S. & Azad, A. K. (2023). Impact of personalremittance and RMG export income on income inequality in Bangladesh: Evidencefrom an ARDL approach”. Reviewof Economics and Political Science (Emerald Publishing). DOI: 10.1108/REPS-01-2023-0004.

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A.K. (2023). “Leadership Theory and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman”. InS. A. Hussain (Eds.), Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman: A Profile inLeadership (pp. 17-31). Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) in associationwith Agamee Prokashani: Dhaka.

Abul kalam Azad

Azad,A.K. (2023). “Bangabandhu Sheikh MujiburRahman’s Ideas about Agriculture and Development. In S. A. Hussain (Eds.), Bangabandhu Sheikh MujiburRahman: A Profile in Leadership (pp. 233-242). Bangladesh University of Professionals(BUP) in association with Agamee Prokashani: Dhaka.

Saiful Islam

1     Saiful Islam, 2020, Political Economyof Industrial Disaster in RMG Sector: A Sociological Study of Rana PlazaCollapse, International Journal of AdvancedResearch,Vol. 8(04), Page- 986-1001, ISSN:2320-5407.

Saiful Islam

1     Josinta Zinia and Saiful Islam, 2018, Urban Slum Women Confronting Violence inDhaka: A Sociological Study In Bangladesh, BUPJOURNAL, Vol. 6(01), Page- 74-93, ISSN:2219-4851.

Shakila Akter

“Influence of PopularOnline Games on English Language Skills Development of Children in Dhaka City”on International Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences Vol-7,Issue-6; Nov-Dec, 2022. Journal DOI: 10.22161/ijels

Shakila Akter

“An Investigation intothe Heteroglossic Language Identity of BUP Students: A Sociolinguistic Study”on the Journal of ELT and Education, Volume 5, Issue 3, September 2022, Page:70-80

Shakila Akter

Representation of Genderin a Primary Level EFL Textbook: A Critical Discourse Analysis Based oFairclough’s Three-dimensional Model” on FASS Inquest: Journal of Faculty ofArts and Social Sciences, BUP, Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2021.

Shakila Akter

“Linguistic Behavior ofYoung Adults: A Gender- Based Study” on International Journal of ScientificResearch in Multidisciplinary Studies, Vol.7, Issue.9, pp.94-99, September(2021)

Shakila Akter

English as a Medium ofInstruction at Bangladesh University of Professionals: An Investigation” on theJournal of ELT and Education, Volume 2, January- December 2020, Page: 58-70

Shakila Akter

“Legitimizing Myths as aTool of Social Dominance: The Case of Lilith, Eve and Pandora” on IJAEIIEVol-6, Issue-5, 2020.

Shakila Akter

“Teachers’ and Students’Code-switching and Code-mixing in the EFL Classrooms of JahangirnagarUniversity” on International Journal of Multidisciplinary Quest, Vol-1, Issue-1,December 2017. A Journal of Royal University of Dhaka. 

Abdul Mahidud Khan

Ahmed, A., Amin, S. B., McCarthy, G., Khan, A. M., & Nepal, R. (2022). Is blended learning the future of education? Students perspective using discrete choice experiment analysis. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, 19(3). https://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol19/iss3/06

Abdul Mahidud Khan

Amin, S. B., Ahmed, A., Khan, A. M., & Khan, F. (2021).Policy Paper on the Post Covid-19 Sustainable Energy Options for Power Generation in Bangladesh. International Energy Journal, 21(1A). Bangabandhu Chair Special Issue on “Energy, Disaster, Climate Change: Sustainability and Just Transitions in Bangladesh”

Abdul Mahidud Khan

Khan, A. M., Amin, S. B., Ahmed, A., & Sultana, T. (2021). Tourism Development and Economic Growth in Bangladesh: New Evidence from Nonlinear Autoregressive Distributed Lag. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 11(2), 100-107. doi:https://doi.org/10.32479/ijefi.11040

Loban Rahman

Miah, M.R.A., Shah, M.F., Swarna, S.H. and Rahman, L., Contemporary Trends of Domestic Violence against Women in Bangladesh: Unveiling Growth Patterns and Age-sensitivity.

Loban Rahman

Faruk, O., Saha, A., Dutta, A., Sifat, R.I. and Rahman, L., 2022. Factors Associated with Living Arrangement of Older Rickshaw-Pullers in Bangladesh. Journal of Social Service Research, 48(5), pp.682-695.

Loban Rahman

Impact of Covid-19 on Dowry Induced Violence against Women─A comparative study in the context of Bangladesh

M.M. Ashaduzzaman Nour

1.    Incorporating E-governance to Civil Service Trainingof Bangladesh: Obstacles and Recommendations (with Jebunnessa), The Jahangirnagar Review Part II: Social Sciences (AcademicJournal of The Faculty of Social Sciences JahangirnagarUniversity Savar, Dhaka-1342, Bangladesh), Dhaka, Bangladesh, ISSN 1682-422,Vol. XLIV, 2020, pp. 359-372 [: https://juniv.edu/journal/11274/file].

2.    Administrative Interactions for Effective ServiceDelivery: Analysis of UNESCO’s Five Functions, Journal ofPublic Administration (Annual Academic Journal of Department of PublicAdministration,  Jahangirnagar University),Dhaka,Bangladesh, ISSN 2311-3812,No. 12, June 2019, pp. 01-14. [ : https://afus-unesco.org/assets/files/unesco-75-ans/administrativeinteractionforeffectiveservicedeliveryanalysisofunescosfivefunctions.pdf]

3.    Identifying Potential Areas for EnhancingE-Governance in Comprehensive Rural Development: Bangladesh Perspective (with Kalimullah,Nazmul Ahsan and Alam, Kabir M. Ashraf), BUPJOURNAL (Annual Academic Journal of Bangladesh University of Professionals-BUP), Dhaka, ISSN: 2219-4851, Volume 6, Issue 2, December 2018, pp. 21-33 Access Link: http://journal.bup.edu.bd/Journals/Article/39].

4.     Enhancing PublicService Delivery through Citizen’s Charter in Bangladesh: Academic andProcedural Review (withKalimullah, Nazmul Ahsan and Alam, Kabir M. Ashraf), BUP JOURNAL (Annual Academic Journal of Bangladesh University ofProfessionals- BUP), Dhaka, ISSN: 2219-4851, Volume6, Issue 1, July 2018, pp. 13-22. [Access Link: https://bup.edu.bd/system/uploads/journal/file/11/BUP_JOURNAL_JUL-2018_compressed.pdf]

5.     EnhancingDigitalized Public Service Delivery in Bangladesh: Review and Recommendations (An English Article with Kalimullah,Nazmul Ahsan and Alam, Kabir M. Ashraf), BUPJOURNAL (Annual Academic Journal of Bangladesh University of Professionals-BUP), Dhaka,Bangladesh, ISSN: 2219-4851,Volume 6, Special Issue, April 2018, pp. 19-30. [Access Link: https://bup.edu.bd/system/uploads/journal/file/12/BUP_JOURNAL_APR-2018_compressed.pdf]

6.     Strategies for Enhancing AdministrativeEthics in Bangladesh: Review and Recommendations (An English Article with Alam,Kabir M. Ashraf and Nour, M. M. Ashaduzzaman), BUP JOURNAL (Annual Academic Journal of Bangladesh University ofProfessionals- BUP), Dhaka, Bangladesh, ISSN:2219-4851, Volume 5, Issue 2, December 2017, pp. 35-45. [Access Link: https://bup.edu.bd/system/uploads/journal/file/13/BUP_JOURNAL_DEC_2017_compressed.pdf]

7.     Application of Strategic Planning Process in LocalGovernment: A Qualitative Analysis (with Alam, Kabir M. Ashraf and Nour, M. M.Ashaduzzaman), BUP JOURNAL (AnnualAcademic Journal of Bangladesh University of Professionals- BUP), Dhaka, Bangladesh, ISSN: 2219-4851, Volume 5, Issue 1, June2017, pp. 01-14. [AccessLink: https:/bup.edu.bd/system/uploads/journal/file/14/BUP_JOURNAL_MAY_2017_compressed.pdf]

8.     Strategic Management for Post-BureaucraticOrganizations: A Critical Analysis (An English Article with Kalimullah, NazmulAhsan and Alam, Kabir M. Ashraf), BUPJOURNAL (Annual Academic Journal of Bangladesh University of Professionals-BUP), Dhaka,Bangladesh, ISSN: 2219-4851,Volume 4, Issue 1, June 2016, pp. 01-14. [Access Link: https://bup.edu.bd/system/uploads/journal/file/15/BUP_JOURNAL_JUN_2016_compressed.pdf]

9.     Network Governance: An Overview (AnEnglish Article with Kalimullah, Nazmul Ahsan and Alam, Kabir M. Ashraf), BUP JOURNAL (Annual Academic Journal ofBangladesh University of Professionals- BUP), Dhaka, Bangladesh, ISSN:2219-4851, Volume 1, Issue 2, June 2014, pp. 01-19 [Access Link: https://bup.edu.bd/system/uploads/journal/file/16/BUP_JOURNAL_2015_compressed.pdf].

  1. New Public Management: Emergence and Principles (with Kalimullah, Nazmul Ahsan and Alam, Kabir M. Ashraf), BUP JOURNAL (Annual Academic Journal of Bangladesh University of Professionals- BUP), Dhaka, ISSN: 2219-4851, Volume 1, Issue 1, September 2012, pp. 01-22.

[Access Link: https://bup.edu.bd/system/uploads/journal/file/17/BUP_JOURNAL_2012_compressed.pdf]

 

Md. Nasir Uddin

UNDERGRADUATE PROJECT PAPER SUPERVISED
•    Ayesha (2019), ‘Effectiveness of Prepaid Electricity Bill Payment System: A Perception Analysis among the Residents of Mohammadpur Area, Dhaka’.
•    Abeada Sultana (2019), ‘Increasing Traffic congestion due to Schools in Dhaka Cantonment: Problems and Suggestions’.
•    Arif (2019), ‘Impact of Teacher’s Qualification on Primary Education: A Case Study of a Primary School’.
•    Lina Taposhi Yasnour (2019), ‘Innovation in Public Service Delivery in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Ministry of Agriculture’.
•    Md. Habibur Rahman (2019), ‘E-governance in Public Service Delivery: A Study of Land Record Mutation Service in Panchagarh District Administration’.
•    Ambia Afroze Labonno (2019), ‘Contribution of the Garments sector to the Development of Bangladesh: A Study on Uttarkhan area’.
•    Haseeb (2019), ‘Effectiveness of local government in rural area: A Study on Savar Upazila, Bangladesh’.
•    Chaity (2020), ‘Challenges and prospects of Online Education in Bangladesh: A Study on Bangladesh University of Professionals’.

Md. Nasir Uddin

MASTER THESES SUPERVISED
•    2023- Measuring Quality of Public Participation in Local Government Budgeting: A Study on Joypurhat and Dhaka District, Bangladesh. Social Science Review, BSMRSTU, Issue 01. ISSN 2958-1664. 107-124.
•    2022- Role of E-Governance in Ensuring Good Governance in Bangladesh: A Study of District E-Governance Service Center, Jashore, Bangladesh. Jahangirnagar Journal of Administrative Studies, 15 (1), 28-38.
•    2021-Implications and Challenges of Online Classes during COVID-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study on the Faculties and Students of Public Universities. Jahangirnagar Journal of Administrative Studies, 14 (1), 19-30.
•    2020- Perilous Situation of Rohingya Communities in Myanmar and Challenges for Bangladesh: Few Policy Recommendations. Jahangirnagar Journal of Administrative Studies, 13(1). 105-115.
•    2019- Challenges of Community Policing in Bangladesh: A Study of Dhaka City. Jahangirnagar Journal of Administrative Studies, 12(1), 79-87.
•    2019- Maiden Zila Parishad Election in the History of Bangladesh: An Analysis of People’s Participation and Representative’s Accountability. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), 24(3), 83-89. Available at https://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jhss/papers/Vol.%2024%20Issue3/Series-5/J2403058389.pdf
•    2019-Smooth Functioning of Politics and Governance in Ensuring Sustainable Development: Academic and Procedural Review. International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS). IX (3), 56-61. Available at https://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijriss/Digital-Library/volume-3-issue-9/56-61.pdf
•    2016- Quest for an Effective Public Project Evaluation System in Bangladesh: An Analysis. Multidisciplinary Journal of European University of Bangladesh, 1(1), 39-56.
•    2016- Food Adulteration in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study of Two Markets to Analyze Government Policies. Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration, 24(1), 71-99.

Md. Nasir Uddin

TRAINING IMPARTED
•    Orientation Course on teaching practices at Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) from March 2016 to September 2016.  
•    Attended in a training program at United International University named Teaching for Active Learning, May 18-20, 2017.
•    Reintegration Challenges of Returnee Migrant Workers in Bangladesh: A Study in Keraniganj Upazila
•    Reconnoitering The Academic Breeding Culture Influencing Occupational Dream Pursuit of Students: A Study on BUP
•    Women Empowerment by Loom Industries in Bangladesh: A Study on Dhukuriabera Union of Belkuchi Upazila, Sirajgonj
•    Assessing Women Entrepreneurship in Jashore Sadar Upazila: Focusing SDG goal 5
•    Nafisa Sama (2020), ‘Risk of driving Auto-rickshaw in City Area: A Study on Rajshahi City Corporation’.
•    Nowshin Jahan (2021), ‘Examining Efficacy of Union Digital Centre in Local Government Sector in Kapasia, Gazipur Through the Lens of Government to Citizen Service Model.
•    Sadia Keya (2021), ‘The Role of E-Governance in Ensuring Good Governance: Bangladesh Perspective’.
•    Nusrat Nancy (2021), ‘A Paradigm Shift from Governance to Good Governance: An Analysis on Right to Information Act in Bangladesh.
•    Khadiza (2021), ‘E-Learning System at Tertiary Level of Public Universities in Bangladesh: Is It Effective Way to Fulfill Student’s Satisfaction?
•    Raisul Robin (2021), ‘Early and Forced Marriage in Poor Urban Areas: An Empirical Study at Jamalpur in Bangladesh’.

Md. Nasir Uddin

ARTICLES IN THE DAILY NEWS PAPER
•    Focus on safe food missing, The New Age, December 23, 2013. Available at http://archive.newagebd.net/259902/focus-on-safe-food-missing/
•    Safe food for life, The Daily Ittefaq, December 15, 2013

Mohammad Saeed Islam

Afrin.T. & Islam, M.S. (2021). Exploring theLivelihood Pattern of the Floating Population using the SL Framework: A CaseStudy of Metropolitan Dhaka, Bangladesh. Journalof the Asia Pacific Economy. https://doi.org/10.1080/13547860.2021.1884173

Mohammad Saeed Islam

Haque, A.K.E., Srijohn,A.A., Hasan, M., Nadvi, M.A.A., Islam,M.S., Guda, R.S. & Alam, S.U. (2017). Expanding Tradable Benefits of Inland Waterways: Case of Bangladesh(Research Report No. 1718). India: CUTS International. https://cuts-citee.org/pdf/IW_Bangladesh_Report.pdf

Musharrat Azam

1    Azam, M., Othman, J., Begum, R.A., Abdullah, S. M. S., & Nor, N. G. M. (2016). Energy consumption andemission projection for the road transport sector in Malaysia: An applicationof the LEAP model. Environment, development and sustainability18,1027-1047.

2    Azam, M., & Azam, S.(2023). Export diversification and economic growth in Bangladesh. Journalof Empirical Studies10(1), 1-18.

3    Musharrat Azam, Sabrina ShareefBadhan. “Infrastructure Investment and Its Impact on Economic Growth: The Caseof Bangladesh.” IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF) , vol. 10, no.2, 2019, pp. 51-59.

Nahin Rahman

Rahman, N. (2019),Impact of BREXIT on British and Bangladesh Economy, International Journal of Scienceand Research

Nahin Rahman

Rahman, N. &Hafiz, B. F. (2019), Does Remittance Earning Pave the Way to Investment inEducation, International Organization of Scientific Research

Nahin Rahman

Hafiz, B. F. &Rahman, N. (2019), Sixteenth Amendment of the Constitution of Bangladesh: A GovernancePerspective, International Journal of Science and Research

Md. Emran Hasan

Khanam, M., & Hasan, E. (2020). Inequalities in health care utilization forcommon illnesses among under five children in Bangladesh. BMC Pediatrics, 20:192.

Md. Emran Hasan

Hasan, M. E., & Islam, S. (2019). Empirical Nexus between Economic Growth and Remittance Outflows: Evidence fromBangladesh. SARJANA, 34(1), 38-55.

Md. Emran Hasan

Sadat, A. R., & Hasan, M. E. (2019). Testing Weak Form of Market Efficiency of DSE Based on Random Walk Hypothesis Model: A Parametric Test Approach. International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting, 9(1), 400-413. 

Md. Emran Hasan

Hasan, E., Khanam, M., & Shimul, S. N. (2020). Socio-economic inequalities in overweight and obesity among women of reproductive age in Bangladesh: a decomposition approach. BMC Women's Health, 20:263

Md. Emran Hasan

Khanam, M., Hasan, E., & Sarker, A. R. (2021). Prevalence and Factors of Hypertension among Bangladeshi Adults. High Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Prevention, 28(4)393-403. 

Md. Emran Hasan

Khatoon, R., Hasan, M. E., Ibon, M. W. F., Islam, S., Mehareen, J., Murshed, R., Pabon, M. N. F., Rahman, M. J., & Suchi, M. S. (2021). Aggregation, Asymmetry and Common Factors for Bangladesh’s Exchange Rate-Trade Balance Relation. Empirical Economics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00181-021-02127-y

Md. Emran Hasan

Islam, S., & Hasan, M. E. (2020). Is Public Sector Wage Premium Real? Findings from Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Development Studies, 43, (1&2).

Md. Emran Hasan

Imtiaz, A., Khan, N. M., Hasan, E., Johnson, S., & Hazera-Tun-Nessa.(2021). Patients’ choice of healthcare providers and predictors of modern healthcare utilisation in Bangladesh: Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES) 2016-17 (BBS). BMJ Open, 11, e051434.

Md. Emran Hasan

Nath, R., Imtiaz, A., Nath, S. D., & Hasan, E.(2021). Role of Vaccine Hesitancy, eHealth Literacy, and Vaccine Literacy in Young Adults’ COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake Intention in a Lower-Middle-Income Country. Vaccines, 9(12), 1405.

Asikunnaby

Hasan, M. M., Talukder, A., Alam, K. M., Hossain, M. K., and Asikunnaby. (2021). Does Worriedness Among the Rural Adults Promote COVID-19 Related Awareness in Bangladesh? Heliyon, 7 (3), 1-6, ISSN 2405-8440.

Asikunnaby

Rahman, M. M., Khan, S. J., Sakib, M. S., Halim, M. A., Rahman, M. M., Asikunnaby., & Jhinuk, J. M. (2021). COVID-19 responses among university students of Bangladesh: assessment of status and individual view toward COVID-19. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 31(1), 1–20, ISSN 1540-3556.

Asikunnaby

Bodrud-Doza, M., Ahmed, F., Asikunnaby, Hosain, M. A., Rakib, M. A., Bhuiyan, M. A. H., & Rahman, M. S. (2016). Geo-spatial Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Savar Upazila, Bangladesh. Journal of Nature Science and Sustainable Technology, 10(3), 251–267, ISSN 1933-0324.

Asikunnaby

Asikunnaby, Hafsa, B., & Bodrud-Doza, M. (2014). Geo-Spatial Assessment of Groundwater Quality by GIS Technique in Tala Upazila of Satkhira District, Bangladesh. Jahangirnagar Bishwavidyalay Bhugol O Paribesh Samikkhan, 33, 49–58, ISSN 1027-8567.

Asikunnaby

Talukder, A., Hasan, M. M., and Asikunnaby. (2022). Assessing association between paternal smoking status and child malnutrition in Albania: An application of ordinal regression model. Human Nutrition & Metabolism, 27, 1-5, ISSN 2666-1497.

Asikunnaby

Rahman, M. M., Tasnim, F., Uddin, A., Chayan, M. S. I., Arif, M. S. I., Asikunnaby, & Hossain, M. T. (2023). Assessing vulnerability in ethnic Munda community: A study on a cyclone-prone area of Bangladesh. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 95, 103884.

Asikunnaby

Rahman, M. M., Asikunnaby, Chaity, N. J., Abdo, H. G., Almohamad, H., Al Dughairi, A. A., & Al-Mutiry, M. (2023). Earthquake preparedness in an urban area: the case of Dhaka city, Bangladesh. Geoscience Letters, 10(1), 1-21.

Tanjila Afrin

1.  Titumir, R.A.M. & Afrin, T. (2017). The complementarity of human and nature well-being: A case illustrated by traditional forest resource users of the Sundarbans in Bangladesh. In UNU-IAS& IGES (Eds.), Sustainable livelihoods in socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes (Satoyama Initiative Thematic Review vol. 3), (pp. 34-45). Tokyo: United Nations University, Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability.


2.  Afrin,T. & Islam, M.S. (2021). Exploring theLivelihood Pattern of the Floating Population Using the SL Framework: A CaseStudy of Metropolitan Dhaka, Bangladesh. Journalof the Asia Pacific Economy, doi: 10.1080/13547860.2021.1884173.

Dr. Md. Mostafizur Rahman

 

 

1     Ahsan,Md Nasif, M. Mohibbullah, Animesh K. Gain, Fatema Khatun, Md Ashiqur Rahman,Afri Sultana, Rezwanul Haque, Mostafizur Rahman, Khan Rubayet Rahaman, andKarina Vink. ‘“We Knew a Cyclone Was Imminent”: Hazard Preparedness andDisaster Management Efficiency Nexus in Coastal Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2024, 104240.

2     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Md Saidul Islam Arif, Md Tanvir Hossain, Hussein Almohamad,Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi, Motrih Al-Mutiry, and Hazem Ghassan Abdo.‘Households’ Vulnerability Assessment: Empirical Evidence from Cyclone-ProneArea of Bangladesh’. Geoscience Letters 10, no. 1 (2023): 1–21.

3     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Ifta Alam Shobuj, Md Tanvir Hossain, and Farah Tasnim. ‘Impactof Disaster on Mental Health of Women: A Case Study on 2022 Flash Flood inBangladesh’. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 96 (2023):103935.

4     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Asikunnaby, Nawshin Jahan Chaity, Hazem Ghassan Abdo, HusseinAlmohamad, Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi, and Motrih Al-Mutiry. ‘EarthquakePreparedness in an Urban Area: The Case of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. GeoscienceLetters 10, no. 1 (2023): 27.

5     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Fatiha Tasnim, Arman Uddin, Md Sudipta Islam Chayan, Md SaidulIslam Arif, and Md Tanvir Hossain. ‘Assessing Vulnerability in Ethnic MundaCommunity: A Study on a Cyclone-Prone Area of Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction 95 (2023): 103884.

6     Arif,Md Saidul Islam, Ibnul Mahdi, Md Adil Rafi, Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, and MdMostafizur Rahman. ‘Cyclone Exposure Mapping in Coastal Bangladesh: AMulti-Criteria Decision Analysis’. Heliyon 9, no. 10 (2023).

7     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Tuly Roy, Md Rakibul Islam, Md Alim Al RajiRumi, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, Nafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan, IftaAlam Shobuj, and Afra Sayara Rahman. ‘Knowledge, Attitude and Practices TowardsDengue Fever Among Slum Dwellers: A Case Study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Public Health 68 (2023): 1605364.

8     Islam,Abu Reza Md Towfiqul, Mst Lizu Aktar, Ahmed Ali Bindajam, Javed Mallick,Abdullah Al Mamun, Subodh Chandra Pal, Md Nazirul Islam Sarker, Md MostafizurRahman, and G. M. Monirul Alam. ‘Attitudes and Behaviors toward Snakes in theSnake Charmer Community: A Case from Northern Bangladesh’. Environment,Development and Sustainability, 2023, 1–21.

9     Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Afra Sayara Rahman, Haque, Hossain, andIslam. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices Towards COVID-19 Among SocialWorkers of Bangladesh’. Public Organization Review, 2023, 1–22.

10  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Nesar AhmedKhan, Syeda Erena Alam Dola, Israt Arif Sumaya, and Md Mostafizur Rahman.‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice Toward Flood Volunteerism in Bangladesh: AGender-Based Analysis with Policy Implications’. Global Social Welfare,2023, 1–9.

11  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Ifta AlamShobuj, Md Mehedi Hasan Santo, and Md Tanvir Hossain. ‘Public Perception towardLightning in a Lightning-Prone Area of Bangladesh’. International Journal ofDisaster Risk Reduction 89 (2023): 103638.

12  Hossain, Md Tanvir, Benojir Ahammed,Nusrat Jahan, Md Akhtarul Islam, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Bayezid Khan, Md JuwelAhmed Sarker, Md Mahdi-Al-Muhtasim Nibir, Mahamudul Hasan, and Mir Hasib.‘Prevalence and Predictors of Pornography Exposure during the Third Wave of theCOVID-19 Pandemic: A Web-Based Cross-Sectional Study on Students inBangladesh’. Frontiers in Public Health 10 (2022): 1046813.

13  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Musabber AliChisty, Md Ashraful Alam, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, Ifta AlamShobuj, Md Abdul Halim, and Farzana Rahman. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Hesitancytowards COVID-19 Vaccine among University Students of Bangladesh’. PLoS One17, no. 6 (2022): e0270684.

14  Rahman, Irtifa Alam Nabila, MohammedSadman Sakib, Nusrat Jahan Silvia, Muhammad Abdullahil Galib, Ifta Alam Shobuj,Lamia Hasan, Musabber Ali Chisty, Farzana Rahman, and Edris Alam. ‘Knowledge,Attitude, and Practices towards Lightning in Bangladesh’. Sustainability14, no. 1 (2022): 448.

15  Islam, Abu Reza Md Towfiqul, IrtifaAlam Nabila, Hasanuzzaman, Md Bozlar Rahman, Ahmed Elbeltagi, Javed Mallick,Kuaanan Techato, Subodh Chandra Pal, and Md Mostafizur Rahman. ‘Variability ofClimate-Induced Rice Yields in Northwest Bangladesh Using Multiple StatisticalModeling’. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 147, no. 3–4 (2022):1263–76.

16  Islam, Muhammad Awfa, Musabber AliChisty, Abdullah Fuad, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Maliha Muhtasim, Syeda Erena AlamDola, Fariha Jahin Biva, and Nesar Ahmed Khan. ‘Using ARC-D Toolkit forMeasuring Community Resilience to Disasters’. Sustainability 14, no. 3(2022): 1758.

17  Mathew, Roshmon Thomas, SudipDebnath, Pankaj Kundu, Yousef Ahmed Alkhamis, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Md MoshiurRahman, and S. M. Rahman. ‘Growth and Survival of Goldfish (Carassius Auratus)Juveniles Fed Tubifex, Custard Meal and Commercial Feeds’. The ScientificJournal of King Faisal University: Basic and Applied Sciences 23, no. 1(2022): 30–35.

18  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Farah Tasnim,Masrur Abdul Quader, Md Nafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, RawnokTabassum, Ifta Alam Shobuj, Lamia Hasan, Musabber Ali Chisty, and FarzanaRahman. ‘Perceived Noise Pollution and Self-Reported Health Status among AdultPopulation of Bangladesh’. International Journal of Environmental Researchand Public Health 19, no. 4 (2022): 2394.

19  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Tuly Roy, Musabber Ali Chisty, Md RakibulIslam, Md Alim Al Raji Rumi, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, and MdNafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices towards DengueFever among University Students of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19, no. 7 (2022): 4023.

20  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, B. S. S. AbirMohd Shakib Shahide, Mohammad Ashikul Islam Redoy, Farzana Rahman, and MdMoshiur Rahman. ‘Status and View toward COVID-19 and Mental Health amongVulnerable Group: A Cross-Sectional Rapid Survey among Rickshaw Pullers ofBangladesh’. Journal of Emergency Management 20, no. 9 (2022): 109–21.

21  Rahman, Md Moshiur, ZannatulFerdouse, Nazmir Nur, Md Nazrul Islam, Muhammad Abdur Rouf, Shaikh TareqArafat, Sheikh Mustafizur Rahman, and Md Mostafizur Rahman. ‘MicroplasticIngestion Alters the Expression of Some Sexually Selected Traits in a Model FishGuppy (Poecilia Reticulata Peters 1859)’. Marine and Freshwater Behaviourand Physiology 55, no. 3–4 (2022): 87–106.

22  Hossain, Md Tanvir, Md AkhtarulIslam, Nusrat Jahan, Mst Nahar, Md Juwel Ahmed Sarker, Md Mostafizur Rahman,Farah Deeba, Kazi Enamul Hoque, Rina Aktar, and Md Mazharul Islam. ‘MentalHealth Status of Teachers during the Second Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic: AWeb-Based Study in Bangladesh’. Frontiers in Psychiatry 13 (2022):938230.

23  Islam, Md Akhtarul, Mst Tanmin Nahar,Md Nafiul Alam Khan, Zahid Ahmad Butt, A. S. M. Monjur-Al-Hossain, Sutapa DeyBarna, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Henry Ratul Halder, Mohammed Zaber Hossain, and MdTanvir Hossain. ‘Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Concerning Black Fungusduring COVID-19 Pandemic among Students of Bangladesh: An Online-BasedCross-Sectional Survey’. International Journal of Environmental Research andPublic Health 19, no. 15 (2022): 9146.

24  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Irtifa AlamNabila, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Nusrat Jahan Silvia, Muhammad Abdullahil Galib,Ifta Alam Shobuj, Lamia Hasan, Musabber Ali Chisty, Farzana Rahman, and AbuReza Towfiqul Islam. ‘Status and Individual View toward Lightning amongUniversity Students of Bangladesh’. Sustainability 14, no. 15 (2022):9314.

25  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Farah Tasnim,Mahmuda Zaman Mukta, Ayesha Abedin, and Komal Raj Aryal. ‘Assessing Barriers inHumanitarian Supply Chains for Cyclone in Coastal Areas of Bangladesh: AnInterpretive Structural Modeling (ISM) Approach’. Sustainability 14, no.15 (2022): 9724.

26  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Asikunnaby,Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, Anuva Arony, Zahid Al Mamun, Nawwar Fatima Procheta,Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Komal Raj Aryal, Farzana Rahman, and Abu Reza MdTowfiqul Islam. ‘Mental Health Condition among University Students of Bangladeshduring the Critical COVID-19 Period’. Journal of Clinical Medicine 11,no. 15 (2022): 4617.

27  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Abu Reza MdTowfiqul Islam, Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Tuly Roy, Md RakibulIslam, Md Alim Al Raji Rumi, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, andNafee-Ul-Islam Bhuiyan. ‘Dengue Fever Responses in Dhaka City, Bangladesh: ACross-Sectional Survey’. International Journal of Public Health 67(2022): 1604809.

28  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, and Kamrun Nahar Tanni. ‘Holistic Individual Preparedness in anUrban Fire-Prone Area: The Case of Dhaka City, Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction 81 (2022): 103274.

29  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Kamrun Nahar Tanni, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader,Ifta Alam Shobuj, Arman Uddin, and Komal Raj Aryal. ‘Holistic Individual FirePreparedness in Informal Settlements, Bangladesh’. Fire Technology,2022, 1–28.

30  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Md SaidulIslam Arif, Ibnul Mahdi, Md Adil Rafi, Musabber Ali Chisty, and SaadmaanJubayer Khan. ‘Cyclone Vulnerability in Ethnic Minority: A Case Study amongRakhain Community of Bangladesh’. International Journal of Disaster RiskReduction 83 (2022): 103449.

31  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Muhammad AwfaIslam, Ashfia Tasnim Munia, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Nadia Nahrin Rahman, andMourupa Mohima. ‘Risk Perception and Information-Seeking Behavior duringEmergency: An Exploratory Study on COVID-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh’. InternationalJournal of Disaster Risk Reduction 65 (2021): 102580.

32  Rahman, Md Moshiur, Soma Kundu,Sheikh Mustafizur Rahman, Roshmon Thomas Mathew, and Yousef Ahmed. ‘PolyandrousFertilization Enhances Offspring Survival Rate in an Indian Major Carp LabeoRohita’. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology 26, no. 5(2021): 656–60.

33  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Md MostafizurRahman, Nesar Ahmed Khan, and Syeda Erena Alam Dola. ‘Assessing CommunityDisaster Resilience in Flood-Prone Areas of Bangladesh: From a Gender Lens’. Water14, no. 1 (2021): 40.

34  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, Musabber AliChisty, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Masrur Abdul Quader, Ifta Alam Shobuj, MdAshraful Alam, Md Abdul Halim, and Farzana Rahman. ‘Status and Perceptiontoward the COVID19 Vaccine: A Crosssectional Online Survey among Adult Population of Bangladesh. Health Science Reports 4,no. 4 (2021): e451.

35Chisty,Musabber Ali, Ashrafuzzaman Nazim, Md Mostafizur Rahman, Syeda Erena Alam Dola,and Nesar Ahmed Khan. ‘Disability Inclusiveness of Early Warning System: AStudy on Flood-Prone Areas of Bangladesh’. Disaster Prevention andManagement: An International Journal 30, no. 4/5 (2021): 494–509.

36Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Saadmaan Jubayer Khan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Md Abdul Halim, MdMoshiur Rahman, Asikunnaby, and Jannate Mehjabin Jhinuk. ‘COVID-19 Responsesamong University Students of Bangladesh: Assessment of Status and IndividualView toward COVID-19’. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment31, no. 1–4 (2021): 512–31.

37Rahman,Md Mostafizur, Jannate Mehjabin Jhinuk, Nadia Habib Nabila, Mir Taj MiraYeasmin, Ifta Alam Shobuj, Tammim Hossain Sayma, Fariha Faruk, and ShakhawatHossain Shah. ‘Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices towards COVID-19 during theRapid Rise Period: A Cross-Sectional Survey among Public University Students ofBangladesh’. SciMedicine Journal 3, no. 2 (2021): 116–28.

38  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Md Abdul Halim, Farzana Rahman, Md MoshiurRahman, Jannate Mehjabin Jhinuk, Nadia Habib Nabila, and Mir Taj Mira Yeasmin.‘COVID-19 Responses among General People of Bangladesh: Status and IndividualView toward COVID-19 during Lockdown Period’. Cogent Psychology 8, no. 1(2021): 1860186.

39  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, B. S. S.Tanbir Amin, B. S. S. Saima Bintay Sultan, Muslima Islam Bithi, Farzana Rahman,and Md Moshiur Rahman. ‘Depression, Anxiety, and Stress among Public UniversityStudents in Bangladesh during the COVID-19 Pandemic’. Journal of EmergencyManagement 19, no. 9 (2021): 99–107.

40  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, SaadmaanJubayer Khan, Mohammed Sadman Sakib, Salit Chakma, Nawwar Fatima Procheta,Zahid Al Mamun, Anuva Arony, Farzana Rahman, and Md Moshiur Rahman. ‘Assessingthe Psychological Condition among General People of Bangladesh during COVID-19Pandemic’. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 31, no.1–4 (2021): 449–63.

41  Rahman, Sheikh Mustafizur, Habib,Abdur Rahman Khan, Ahsan, Shaikh Tareq Arafat, Rahman, Ahmed Saud Alsaqufi,Roshmon Thomas Mathew, Yousof Naser Alrashada, and Yousef Ahmed Alkhamis.‘Cryopreservation Studies on Silver Carp (Hypophthalmichthys Molitrix)Embryos’. CryoLetters 42, no. 3 (2021): 178–87.

42  Rahman, Md Moshiur, Soma Kundu,Prianka Biswas, Md Shahin Parvez, Muhammad Abdur Rouf, Sk Asaduzzaman, SudipDebnath, Md Mostafizur Rahman, and Asaduzzaman. ‘Influence of Maternal Weight,Age, Larval Feeding and Their Interactions on the Hatchery Outcomes of anIndian Major Carp (Labeo Rohita, Hamilton 1822)’. Aquaculture Reports 19(2021): 100633.

43  Chisty, Musabber Ali, Syeda ErenaAlam Dola, Nesar Ahmed Khan, and Md Mostafizur Rahman. ‘Intersectionality,Vulnerability and Resilience: Why It Is Important to Review theDiversifications within Groups at Risk to Achieve a Resilient Community’. Continuity& Resilience Review 3, no. 2 (2021): 119–31.

44  Rahman, Nasrin Ja Khan Sj.‘Application of Strength-Based Social Vulnerability Index (SSVI) inVulnerability Assessment: Bangladesh Perspective - Bangladesh University ofProfessionals Journal’. Bangladesh University of Professionals Journal8, no. 1 (2020): 25–40.

45  Rahman, Moshiur, Iva Alam Pinkey,Jannatul Ferthous, Shaikh Tareq Arafat, Sheikh Mustafizur Rahman, Asaduzzaman,Mostafizur Rahman, and Muhammad Abdur Rouf. ‘Modulation of Phenotypic Traitsunder Different Rearing Temperatures: Experimental Evidence in Male Guppy(Poecilia Reticulata)’. International Journal of Aquatic Biology 8, no.5 (2020): 344–64.

46  Rahman, Md Mostafizur, CarolynSchaab, and Eizo Nakaza. ‘Experimental and Numerical Modeling of TsunamiMitigation by Canals’. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and OceanEngineering 143, no. 1 (2017): 04016012.

47  Rahman, Md Mostafizur. ‘Experimentaland Numerical Investigations on Tsunami Acting Force and Tsunami Mitigation’. 琉球大学, 2016.

48  Rahman M. M., E. Nakaza, K. Inagaki,S. Tanaka and C. Schaab. ‘Tsunami Reduction Effects of Canal’. CoastalEngineering 72, no. 1 (2016).

49  Itori S., T. Iribe, E. Nakaza and M.M. Rahman. ‘Three-Dimensional Numerical Simulation of the Sloshing in aRectangular Tank and a Cylindrical Tank Using the Particle Method’. HydraulicEngineering 68, no. 4 (2012): 1213–18.

50  Iribe T., T. Watanabe, E. Nakaza andM. M. Rahman. ‘Numerical Simulations of Wave Run-up by the Particle Method.Hydraulic Engineering’. Hydraulic Engineering 68, no. 4 (2012): 1549–54.

51  Rahman, S. M., M. A. A. Shahin, M. A.H. Chisty, M. M. Rahman, Amhb Tareque, and M. M. Hasan. ‘Growth Performance ofMirror Carp (Cyprinus Carpio Var. Specularis, Lacepede, 1803) Fry Fed withVarying Protein Content Feeds’. Our Nature 10, no. 1 (2012): 17–23.

52  Mostafizur, Rahman, Tsunakiyo Iribe,and Eizo Nakaza. ‘EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE PRESSURE ACTING ON STRUCTURES DUETO TSUNAMI BORE IMPACT’, n.d.

53  Rahman, Sk Mustafizur, Md AhasanHabib, Quazi Zahangir Hossain, Md Noman Siddiqui, Md Mostafizur Rahman, and MdNazmul Ahsan. ‘Embryonic Development of Clarias Batrachus under the Influenceof Aeration and Water Flow’. Ecoprint: An International Journal of Ecology18 (2011): 25–31.

54  Watanabe, Tadataka, Tsunakiyo Iribe,Eizo Nakaza, and M. D. Mostafizur Rahman. ‘Three Dimensional Simulation ofHydraulic Phenomenon around Wave-Dissipating Blocks by MPS Method’. Journalof Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B2 (Coastal Engineering) 67, no.2 (2011): I_721-I_725.

55  Rahman, M. M., S. M. Rahman, M. A.Asad, M. K. Hossain, and M. N. Ahsan. ‘Economic Analysis of Ornamental FishTrade in Khulna District of Bangladesh’. Int. J. Animal Fish. Sci 2, no.2 (2009).

56  Tareque, Amhb, B. Biswas, Md S.Hossain, Md M. Rahman, and Md M. Rahman. ‘Some Aspects of Biology of PuntiusSophore (Hamilton) Collected from the Mouri River, Khulna, Bangladesh’. BangladeshResearch Publications Journal 2, no. 2 (2009): 406–22.

57  Rahman, M. M., S. M. Rahman, M. K.Islam, H. M. R. Islam, and M. N. Ahsan. ‘Aquarium Business: A Case Study inKhulna District, Bangladesh’. Bangladesh Research Publications Journal2, no. 3 (2009): 564–70.

58  Tareque, Amhb, M. M. Alam, M. M.Rahman, M. M. Rahman, and S. M. Rahman. ‘Effect of Some Formulated Feeds on theGrowth and Survival of Thai Sharpunti (Puntius Gonionotus) Fry’. Bang. J.Mar. Sci. and Fish 1, no. 1 (2009): 21–31.

59  Rahman, M. M., S. K. Paul, S. M.Rahman, Amhb Tareque, and M. A. A. Shahin. ‘Growth and Survival of Leather Carp(Cyprinus Carpio Var. Nudus) Fry Fed with Different Protein Content Feeds’. SouthAsian J. Agri 1, no. 2 (2006): 17–23.

 

Nilufa Akhtar

Akhtar, N., Uddin, M.K. and Tan, Y., 2022. Remote sensing-based changes in the Ukhia Forest, Bangladesh. GeoJournal, 87(5), pp.4269-4287.

Manila Khisa

Sifat, R.I., Ahmed, F., Miah, M.R.A. and Khisa, M., 2023. Effects of COVID-19 on livelihood, health, and psychology of hijra population: insights from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Journal of Homosexuality, 70(10), pp.2096-2112.

Manila Khisa

Jannat, S., Sifat, R.I. and Khisa, M., 2023. Sexual and reproductive health conditions of women: insights from Rohingya Refugee women in Bangladesh. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 20(3), pp.855-868.

Manila Khisa

Khisa, M., Rahman, L., Miah, M.R.A., Ahmed, F., Orin, J.M. and Swarna, S.H., 2020. Impact of Covid-19 on Dowry Induced Violence against Women─ A comparative study in the context of Bangladesh. World Vision, 13(1).

Manila Khisa

Khisa, M., 2020. Decentralization of Public Services and the Role of Local Government in Rural Development: Findings From Bangladesh. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, 10(1), pp.249261-249261.

Manila Khisa

Khisa, M., 2019. Decentralization of Public Services and the Role of Local Government in Rural Development: Findings from Bangladesh. International Journal of Social Sciences, 8(4), pp.87-95.

Shidratul Moontaha Suha

Sifat, R.I., Ruponty, M.M., Shuvo, M.K.R., Chowdhury, M. and Suha, S.M., 2022. Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of school-going adolescents: insights from Dhaka city, Bangladesh. Heliyon, 8(4).

Shidratul Moontaha Suha

Suha, S.M. and Sik, D., 2021. Social disorganization and lack of recognition increase stress among the street children of Dhaka. Asian Social Science, 17(7), p.39.

Shidratul Moontaha Suha

Suha, S.M. and Sik, D., 2021. Social disorganization and lack of recognition increase stress among the street children of Dhaka. Asian Social Science, 17(7), p.39.

Shidratul Moontaha Suha

Suha, S.M., Alam, M.F., Shah, S., Sarkar, S. and Roza, M.A., 2024. COVID-19 Risks and Vulnerabilities of Street-Connected Children: A Qualitative Study in Bangladesh. Journal of Social Service Research, 50(1), pp.138-156.

Shidratul Moontaha Suha

Suha, S.M., FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO CHILD LABOR IN BANGLADESH: A LITERATURE REVIEW APPROACH. Development (JISED), 4(16), pp.51-57.

Shidratul Moontaha Suha

Suha, S.M. and Shah, M.F., 2023. Factors Driving Rural Migration in Bangladesh and the Adverse Effects on the Lives of Street Children in Dhaka City.

Fairooz Binte Hafiz

Jahan, F., Wahab, S.A. and Hafiz, F.B., 2016. Gender and Ethnic Discrimination: Life of Mainstream and Indigenous Women in Bangladesh. In Revealing Gender Inequalities and Perceptions in South Asian Countries through Discourse Analysis (pp. 148-163). IGI Global.

Md. Zahidur Rahman

Md. Robiul Islam

Islam, M. R., & Rahman, A. (2019). Prospects of PPP Project in Bangladesh: A Study on PowerSector. Journal of Governance and Innovation, 5(1), 47-60. https://osderpublications.com/uploads/1630579038.pdf (Peer Reviewed)

Md. Robiul Islam

Islam, M. R., & Rahman, A. (2020). Prospects of One-Stop Service in Rural Bangladesh: The Experience of Union Digital Centers. Society & Change, 14(4), 79-98. https://societyandchange.com/uploads/1657643040.pdf (ISI Indexing)

Md. Robiul Islam

Islam, M. R., & Rahman, A. (2022). Institutional Dynamics of One-Stop Shop in Bangladesh: Lessons from Union Digital Centre. The Journal of Rural Development, 45(1), 31-61. Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development. (Peer Reviewed)

Md. Robiul Islam

Islam, M. R., & Rahman, A. (2022). Assessing Electronic Health Service of Bangladesh Government during COVID 19: A Cross-Sectional Mixed Method Survey. International Journal of Research & Innovation in Social Science, 6 (8), 226-233. https://dx.doi.org/10.47772/IJRISS.2022.6809 (Peer Reviewed)

Md. Robiul Islam

Islam, M. R., Al Gharaibeh, F., Azman, A., Hashim, I. H. M., Islam, M. R., & Rahman, A.(2022). Social behavior practices for child protection and well-being among low-income urban households in Bangladesh. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 00, 1–13. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/aswp.12270 (Q2, Scopus and Web of Science)

Md. Robiul Islam

Rahman, M. M., Sakib, M.S., Rahman, A. S., Haque, M. I., Hossain, M. T., & Islam, M. R. (2023). Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices Towards COVID‑19 Among Social Workers of Bangladesh. Public Organization Review, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11115-022-00679-w (Q1, Scopus and Web of Science)

Md. Robiul Islam

Alam, M. T., Rahman, A., Islam,M. R. & Tonny, S. A. (2023). Uncharted Universe of Educational Technology: Potential Awaits. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice. 23(7). https://doi.org/10.33423/jhetp.v23i7.6022 (Q4, Scopus)

Md. Robiul Islam

Rahman, A., Islam, M. R., & Uddin, K. F. (2022). Assessing Electronic Civil Birth Registration in Bangladesh: A Study on Dhaka South City Corporation. Public Affairs and Governance. 10 (2). 99-121. https://doi.org/10.5958/2321-2136.2022.00006.6 (Peer Reviewed)

Md. Robiul Islam

Hasan, A. R., Jahan, Dr. M., Islam, M. R. (2022). Recruitment and Selection of Civil Servants in Bangladesh: An Expository Study. Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration (BJPA), 30 (2), 115-228,  https://doi.org/10.36609/bjpa.v30i2.366 (Peer Reviewed)

Md. Robiul Islam

Al Farid Uddin, K., Rahman, A. & Islam, R. (2024). A study of the decentralised administrative arrangements between the central and local governments in Bangladesh during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. Public Administration and Policy: An Asia Pacific Journal. Emerald. https://doi.org/10.1108/PAP-08-2023-0108 (Q2, Scopus and Web of Science)

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Uddin N, and Ullah, MN, (2019), Maiden Zola Parishad Election in the History of Bangladesh: An Analysis of People’s Participation and Representative’s Accountability” (Article), IOSR Journal Of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), Volume 24, Issue 3, Ser. 5 (March. 2019) 83-89.

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Ullah, MN, (2020), Ingredients Of Quality Education At Tertiary Level: An Assessment Of Higher Education In Bangladesh, International Journal of Engineering Applied Sciences and Technology, March 2020, Vol. 4, Issue 11, ISSN No. 2455-2143, Pages 546-556.

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Kader, A, and Ullah, MN, (2020), Project Management of Local Government in Bangladesh: Challenges and Remedies, IOSR Journal Of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), Volume 25, Issue 4, Series. 4 (April. 2020) 51-58.

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Khadiza, NS and Ullah MN (2020), E-service Delivery of Union Digital Center in Rural Bangladesh: A Perspective Analysis of Client’s Satisfaction, International Journal of Social Sciences, IJSS: 9(2): 75-84, June 2020

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Hasan, MA, Khadiza, NS and Ullah, MN (2020), Assessing the Nutrition Governance Initiatives in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals: A Study on Adolescent Boys of Shah Ali Thana, International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR), November 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, 411-431.

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Biswas, B, Ullah, MN, Roy, SK, Roy, F., and Ridwan, M, (2021) Students’  Perception  towards  COVID-19  Vaccination  Program in  Bangladesh:  A  Study  on  University  Students, Budapest  International  Research  and  Critics  in  Linguistics  and  Education  (BirLE)  Journal Volume  4,  No  2, May  2021, Page: 911-921 e-ISSN:  2655-1470 (Online),  p-ISSN:  2655-2647 (Print)   

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Biswas, B, Arefin, MS, Roy, SK and Ullah MN (2021) Legislature and Governance: A Comparative Study between Bangladesh and Japan, Journal of GovernanceVolume 6, Issue 1, June 2021 (85-103)(P-ISSN 2528-276X) (E-ISSN 2598-6465) http://dx.doi.org/10.31506/jog.v6i1.10858. 

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Anam ASMT and Ullah MN, (2021) Effectiveness of Community Clinics in Primary Healthcare in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study, Dynamics of Public Administration, Vol: 38, Issue: 1, Page: 28-42

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Ullah, MN and Khadiza, NS (2021), Traditional Mode of Services Versus Digital E-services at Local Government in Bangladesh: A study of Union Digital Centers, Dynamics of Public Administration, Vol: 38, Issue: 1, Page: 74-93

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Ullah, MN, (2021), Effectiveness of the Standing Committees of local Government in Bangladesh: A Study of Union Parishad, Public Affairs and Governance, Vol: 9, issue: 1, pp-24-41

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Ullah, MN (2021), LIVELIHOOD OF STREET VENDORS DURING COVID-19 LOCKDOWN IN BANGLADESH: EARNINGS BREAK OFF EXPENSES REMAIN, Indonesian Journal of Social Research (IJSR), 3(3), 160-170. https://doi.org/10.30997/ijsr.v3i3.142

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Biswas B, Roy, SK, Ullah MN, and Mukharjee, SK (2021) Public Perceptions About the Impact of Climate Change on Human Health: A Study of Bangladesh, Aquademia, Volume 5 Issue 2, Article No: ep21012 https://doi.org/10.21601/aquademia/11445 

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Ullah, MN, and Khadiza, NS, (2021), LIVELIHOOD OF ENTREPRENEURS OF UNION DIGITAL CENTERS IN BANGLADESH: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, Journal of Governance and Social Policy, 2(2), 112-125. 

Mohammad Nur Ullah

Ullah, MN, and Rahman, MS (2021), GOOD GOVERNANCE IN BANGLADESH: A STUDY OF WORLD GOVERNANCE INDICATORSIndonesian Journal of Social Research (IJSR), 3(3), 200-216. 

Amina Khatun

1. Easy Bike Battery Recycling Channel and InfluencingFactors: A Study in the South- west Region of Bangladesh,  BUP Journal,Volume 09, Issue 02, 2023; ISSN-Print 2219- 4851; ISSN Online- 2789- 0392; (Authored).

2. Watching Television and its Impact on Students’Academic Performance, Jagannath University Journal of Economics, Volume02, Issue 01, December 2020; ISSN: 2707-0689; (Co- authored).

3. Fostering disaster preparedness through community radio in cyclone-prone coastal Bangladesh, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 101752, 2020; available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101752;(Co- authored).

4. Preferences for Improved Early Warning Services among Coastal Communities at Risk in Cyclone Prone South-west Region of Bangladesh, Progress in Disaster Science, 2020; available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pdisas.2020.100065;(Co- authored).

Dilara Jahan

Jahan, D., Mahmud, M.S., Saddiq, F.S. and Ahmed, I., 2023. Career Opportunities and Challenges of Economics Graduates of Bangladesh University of Professionals: A Critical Analysis. International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science, 7(2), pp.855-868.

Barna Bose

Bose, B., Poverty and Economic Growth of Bangladesh: Cointegration and Causality Analysis.

Barna Bose

Bose, B. and Rahman, N., 2020. The potential of blockchain technology and digital economy of Bangladesh, 58(1), pp.7-7.

Musarrat Zaman

Majid, M.R., Zaman, M. and Halim, N., 2018. Gis-based regression analysis of the relationship between ecological footprint and economic development of selected countries. Planning Malaysia, 16.

Musarrat Zaman

Majid, M.R., Lim, N.H.H., Zaman, M. and Ruslik, N., 2021. Exploring the link between BMI, perceived neighbourhood environment and health behaviours in Malaysia. Journal of Sustainability Science and Management, 16(7), pp.190-208.

Musarrat Zaman

Zaman, M., Sultan, Z., Fard, M., Siyaka, A. and Pung, J.C., 2017. An Assessment of Public Transport Facility in Johor Bahru: a case study in Taman Ungku Tun Aminah Area, Majlis Perbandaran Johor Bahru Tengah, Malaysia. International Journal of Built Environment and Sustainability, 4(2).

Raisha Rahman

Rahman, R., & Borsha, S. I. (2021). Estimating the Cost and Challenges of Online Education of Students During Covid-19: A Survey on Some Selected Universities in Bangladesh. The Jahangirnagar Economic Review, Vol.32, June 2021

Raisha Rahman

Rahman, R. (2023). Panel Data Analysis on Labor Productivity and Female Labor Force Participation: Evidence from South Asian Countries. Journal of ELT and Education, 6(1), 20-27

Raisha Rahman

Rahman, R., & Elmi, R. (2023). Environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis for Bangladesh from the perspective of different environmental degradation indicators: Evidence from ECM Approach. The Jahangirnagar Review: Part II: Social Science, Vol-47, No-2, 2023

Md. Mahbubul Alam

Export Enhancing Effects of Information and Communication Technologies: Evidence from Bangladesh 

  • DOI
  • 10.55493/5004.v12i2.4515

  • Abstract: The study examines the impact of information and communications technology (ICT) on bilateral export flows from Bangladesh to its trading partners based on an augmented panel gravity model. It includes 108 importers of Bangladeshi goods. The sample period extends from 2000 to 2018. Primarily, we employ Pooled Ordinary Least Square (POLS) model, and we utilize Poisson Pseudo Maximum Likelihood (PPML) as an alternative estimation technique to check robustness. The findings from the OLS model indicate that ICT has positive and significant effects on Bangladesh’s bilateral export. The results from PPML also support the findings from the OLS model. Therefore, the results come out to be robust. These findings imply that by reducing trade-related costs e. g., shipping costs, market access costs, and communication and information costs, ICT growth in Bangladesh as well as in its trading partner countries enhances trade flows and therefore has a trade-boosting effect.
Keywords: Bangladesh, Bilateral exports, Gravity model, Information and communications technology, Ordinary least square , Poisson pseudo maximum likelihood.



Md. Mahbubul Alam

Nexus between macroeconomic factors and remittance inflow in presence of ICT penetration: a panel data analysis of Bangladesh economy

DOI: 10.1504/IJSEM.2023.10058035

Abstract: While the whole world was struggling and stumbling during the global pandemic, the economy of Bangladesh miraculously experienced a comparatively lower stagnation than its contemporaries, owing to a larger remittance inflow intertwined with the surge of ICT services. This study attempts to find the answer to this overwhelming performance considering the macroeconomic factors in host countries that are top in remittance outflow towards Bangladesh. The findings indicate significant positive effects of ICT, as well as macroeconomic factors like government expenditure, trade balance, and FDI on the remittance inflow of the recipient country. Despite being unique in perspective, the paper is confined to the usage of secondary data and limited data availability due to institutional constraints for a few countries. The paper concludes by prescribing an ICT-friendly infrastructure for both host countries and the recipient country, along with an emphasis on selected macroeconomic variables.
Keywords: remittance; ICT; macroeconomic factors; receiving country; host country; panel data; fixed effects; random effects; Bangladesh.

Md. Mahbubul Alam

Role of education human capital in ICT-trade relationship

DOI: 10.1504/IJEED.2024.10051654

Abstract: The study investigates how ICT affects trade because of prior effect of education human capital on ICT using gravity panel model for the period 2000‒2018 including 130 countries. First, we find positive and significant relationship between ICT use and bilateral merchandise exports flows. Second, the findings indicate that higher ICT use by both the exporting and importing country has a positive impact on exports of countries with higher education human capital. The effects of interaction between ICT and human capital on exports flows from low-and middle-income to high income countries as well as trade between low and middle-income countries are positive and significant for the exporter country. The interaction terms on trade flows involving high-income countries as exporters, in contrast, are negatively significant. For importers, interaction has positive and significant effects except trade flows from high-income to low-and middle-income countries, where it asserts positive but insignificant effect. Keywords: education human capital; ICT; gravity model; panel data; bilateral exports; high-income countries; low and middle-income countries; Poisson pseudo maximum likelihood; interaction effects.
Keywords: education human capital; ICT; gravity model; panel data; bilateral exports; high-income countries; low and middle-income countries; Poisson pseudo maximum likelihood; interaction effects.

Md. Mahbubul Alam

Forecasting Monthly Inflation in Bangladesh: A Seasonal Autoregressive Moving Average (SARIMA) Approach
Doi: 10.1991/jefa.v7i2.a61

Abstract: The objective of this study is to forecast the trend of inflation in Bangladesh by utilizing past inflation data. To achieve this objective, we employed the Seasonal Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (SARIMA) model which is an extension of the Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (ARIMA) model. Monthly inflation data used for forecasting were derived from the Consumer Price Index (CPI) data obtained from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) database, covering the period from January 2010 to January 2023. Our analysis reveals that the SARIMA (2,0,0)×(1,0,1)12 model is the most appropriate fit. Based on this finding, we predicted the inflation trend in Bangladesh from February 2023 to December 2024. A comparison of our predicted values with the actual values indicates a high degree of correlation between the two. Although a few discrepancies were observed, they did not undermine our prediction since the parameters of the model lay within the 95% confidence interval.

Keywords: C51, C53, E31, E37.

JEL Classification: Inflation, Seasonality, SARIMA, Bangladesh.

Azmaine Faeique

Shaulin, N., & Faeique, A. (2023). ROLE OF TRAFFIC POLICE IN MANAGING TRAFFIC IN DHAKA CITY: CHALLENGES AND THE WAYS FORWARD. Indonesian Journal of Social Research (IJSR)5(2), 132-141. https://doi.org/10.30997/ijsr.v5i2.322

Faria Ahmed

Ahmed, F., & Sifat, R. I. (2020). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of the rickshaw-puller in Bangladesh. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 26(8), 782–789. https://doi.org/10.1080/15325024.2020.1852823

Ahmed, F., & Sifat, R. I. (2020). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of the rickshaw-puller in Bangladesh. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 26(8), 782–789. https://doi.org/10.1080/15325024.2020.1852823

 Sifat, R. I., Ahmed, F., Miah, Md. R., & Khisa, M. (2022). Effects of covid-19 on livelihood, health, and psychology of hijra population: Insights from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Journal of Homosexuality, 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1080/00918369.2022.2048162

Sakib, N., & Ahmed, F. (2022). Combating corruption during covid-19 in Bangladesh: The role of community-based organizations. International Journal of Non-Profit Sector Empowerment, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.12681/npse.31116

Ahmed, F., & Sakib, N. H. (2022). Chapter 7: COVID-19 and Informal Labor: What are the Impacts on the Rohingyas and the Host Communities in Bangladesh? In The Rohingya crisis and the two-faced god of Janus: What lies ahead (1st ed., Vol. 1, Ser. 1). essay, Lexington Books.

Sahria Islam Trisha

Islam, Muhammad Nurul, and Sahria Islam Trisha. "Colonial Encounter, Diaspora, and the Third Space: A Comparative Study on The Glass Palace and Brick Lane." FASS Inquest, vol. 1, no. 1, 2021.

Sumaeta Marjan

1. Sumaeta Marjan, Development Mania, Land Politics and Conflicts in the Selected Novels of Ngugi Wa Thiong'o," DIU Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.7, July 2020.


Sumaeta Marjan

2. Sumaeta Marjan, “Sons and Lovers: A Reflection of Gothic Entity in a Modernist Novel,” International Journal of Scientific Research in Multidisciplinary Studies , Vol.7, Issue.6, pp.62-65, June-2021.


Sumaeta Marjan

3. Sumaeta Marjan, "Sexual Liberation in the Beat Generation: An Analysis from the Selected Novels of Jack Kerouac", International Journal of Scientific Research in Multidisciplinary Studies , Vol.7, Issue.6, pp.89-94, 2021

Khadija Akter Onee

Reza, M. M., Hasan, N., & Onee, K. A. (2021). Synchronous Online Learning during Covid-19 
Pandemic: A Study on the Tertiary Level Students in Bangladesh. Journal of Sustainable Learning and 
Development, 1(1), 01-06.
https://jsld.helloteen.org/journal/jsld-11211/

Khadija Akter Onee

Akter,S.,Onee,K.A.,(2021).Representation of Gender in a Primary Level EFL Textbook: A Critical Discourse Analysis Based on Fairclough’s Three-dimensional Model. FASS Inquest: Journal of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, BUP,  1, ( 1). 87-110
https://bup.edu.bd/journal/8?issn=2789-116X&vol=1&issue=1

Farah Tasnim

1. Rahman, M.M., Tasnim, F., Mukta, M.Z., Abedin, A., Aryal, K.R., 2022. Assessing Barriers in Humanitarian Supply Chains for Cyclone in Coastal Areas of Bangladesh: An Interpretive Structural Modeling (ISM) Approach. Sustainability 14, 9724. https://doi.org/10.3390/su14159724 

Farah Tasnim

2. Rahman, M.M., Tasnim, F., Quader, M.A., Bhuiyan, M.N.-U.-I., Sakib, M.S., Tabassum, R., Shobuj, I.A., Hasan, L., Chisty, M.A., Rahman, F., Alam, E., Islam, A.R.M.T., 2022. Perceived Noise Pollution and Self-Reported Health Status among Adult Population of Bangladesh. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19, 2394. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19042394 

Farah Tasnim

3. Hossain, M.R., Chakma, S., Tasnim, F., Zahra, Z., 2021. Socio-economic predictors of public understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic. Heliyon 7, e07255. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e07255 

Farah Tasnim

4. Rahman, M.M., Nabila, I.A., Islam, F., Tasnim, F., Tabassum, S., Tanni, K.N., Roy, T., 2020. Challenges to Implement Disaster Risk Reduction in Schools of Developing Country: Study on Dhaka City, Bangladesh. International Journal of Sustainable Development Research 6, 37. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijsdr.20200602.13 

Farah Tasnim

5. Rahman, M.M., Nabila, I.A., Islam, F., Tasnim, F., 2020. Understanding Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies in Schools of Developing Urban Settlement: Study on Dhaka City, Bangladesh. Journal of Asian Development 6, 17–29. https://doi.org/10.5296/jad.v6i1.16593

Md. Tanvir Mahtab

  Mahtab, M. T.,& Azad, A. K. (2021). Impact of COVID-19 on Sexual and Reproductive Healthof Women in Bangladesh. Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry, 12(7),1181–1195. https://www.tojqi.net/index.php/journal/article/view/3844

Md. Rakibul Islam

Rahman, M.M., Tanni,K.N., Roy, T., Islam,M.R., Al Raji Rumi, M.A., Sadman Sakib, M.,Abdul Quader, M., Bhuiyan, N.U.I., Shobuj, I.A., Sayara Rahman, A. and Haque,M.I., 2023. Knowledge,Attitude and Practices Towards Dengue Fever Among Slum Dwellers: A Case Studyin Dhaka City, Bangladesh. InternationalJournal of Public Health, p.107. https://doi.org/10.3389/ijph.2023.1605364

Md. Rakibul Islam

Rahman, M.M., Islam,A.R.M.T., Khan, S.J., Tanni, K.N., Roy, T., Islam, M.R., Rumi, M.A.A.R.,Sakib, M.S., Abdul Quader, M., Bhuiyan, N.U.I. and Chisty, M.A., 2022. Dengue Fever Responses in Dhaka City,Bangladesh: A Cross-Sectional Survey.International Journal of Public Health, p.190. https://doi.org/10.3389/ijph.2022.1604809

Md. Rakibul Islam

Rahman, M.M., Khan,S.J., Tanni, K.N., Roy, T., Chisty, M.A., Islam, M.R., Rumi, M.A.A.R.,Sakib, M.S., Quader, M.A., Bhuiyan, M.N.U.I. and Rahman, F., 2022. Knowledge, attitude, and practices towardsdengue fever among university students of Dhaka City, Bangladesh. International journal of environmental research andpublic health, 19(7), p.4023. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19074023

Tasnim Naz

The Postcolonial Feminist Struggle of Nazneen in Monica Ali's Brick Lane: An Intersectional Study, Volume- 03, Issue- 05, Journal of Woman Empowerment and Studies, 2022. 


Tasnim Naz

From Moll White to Weird Barbie: Scrutinizing Female Voices in Addison`s "The Coverley Papers" and Barbie`s Live-Action Movie, Vol.10, Issue. 01, International Journal of Scientific Research in Multidisciplinary Studies (IJSRMS), 2024.

Nipun Naureen

Monir, Md., Naureen , N., Salauddin, M., & Azmain, Md. A. (2020). Household Food Security Status During COVID-19: Evidence from a slum in Dhaka City. The Jahangirnagar Economic Review, 31.

Nuruzzaman

Saha, Avijit, et al. "Adapting to change: Exploring reverse migration as a coping strategy among internal migrants in Bangladesh." Heliyon 9.9 (2023).

Nahida Shaulin

Shaulin, N., & Faeique, A. (2023). Role of Traffic Police in Managing Traffic in Dhaka City: Challenges and The Ways Forward. Indonesian Journal of Social Research (IJSR)5(2), 132-141. https://doi.org/10.30997/ijsr.v5i2.322

Nahida Shaulin

Miah, M. A. K. ., & Shaulin, N. (2024). Nature of Crime and Challenges of Policing in Haor Areas of Bangladesh: A Study in Kishoreganj and Netrokona Districts. International Journal of Qualitative Research3(3), 288-295. https://doi.org/10.47540/ijqr.v3i3.1317

Nahida Shaulin

Sultana, S.,& Shaulin, N. (2023). Reintegration Challenges of Returnee Migrant Workers in Bangladesh. Jahangirnagar Journal of Administrative Studies, 16, 25–38. ISSN 2311-3812.

Md. Monir

Monir, M. Naureen, N. Salauddin, M. Azmain, M, A. (2020).  Household Food Security Status During COVID-19:Evidence from A Slum in Dhaka City. The Jahangirnagar Economic Review. (31)

Md. Monir

Chowdhury, A. I. Monir, M. Tahsin, S, A.Fariha, C. Munim, S, B.  (2021a). Impactof COVID-19 on the Supply Chain of Poultry Industry, Dairy & LivestockIndustry in Bangladesh. The Jahangirnagar Review: Part II: Social Science,Vol. XLV, 2021

Md. Monir

Monir, M. Aronee, P. Ader, J, A. Sharmin, F. (2022). Digital Divide in SecondaryEducation during Covid-19: A Study on High School Students in Two SelectedUrban and Rural Areas of Bangladesh. Journal of Faculty of Arts & SocialSciences, BUP. 2(1) 73-92

Md. Monir

Chowdhury, A, I. Monir, M. Proma, F. U.,Rimi, T. K., Islam, J. (n.d.). (2020). Consumer Experience in Online GroceryServices During The Covid-19: A Study In Dhaka City. Bangladesh OpenUniversity Journal of Business Studies. 6(2) 76-84

Naimur Rahman

1. Recent Aggravation of Export Earnings in Bangladesh: Is This an Outcomeof Export Subsidence of RMG Sector Due to COVID-19 Outbreak?
2. Migration Pattern and Urban Informal Sector of Bangladesh: The Applicabilityof the Harris-Todaro Migration Model in the Presence of COVID-19 Outbreak.
3. Role of Remittance as a Dynamic Source of Capital Inflow of BangladeshDuring Current COVID-19 Outbreak.
4. The Potential of Blockchain Technology and Digital Economy of Bangladesh.

Md. Shahanawaz Sharif

Habib, S.S., Sharif, M.S. and Hossain, M.A., 2019. Nexus between economic growth, tourism revenue and financial development in Bangladesh: A time series analysis. Business and Economic Research, 9(3), pp.134-149.

Md. Shahanawaz Sharif

Hasan, E. and Sharif, S., 2019. Do Macroeconomic variables affect stock market performance? A case study of DSEX and DS30 Index of Dhaka Stock Exchange. Business and Economic Research, 9(3), pp.182-203.

Md. Shahanawaz Sharif

Ahmed, M.S., 2010. Migrant workers remittance and economic growth: evidence from Bangladesh. ASA University Review, 4(1), pp.1-13.

Faryana Rafiq

1. Cross Border Energy Trade in South Asia: A Potential for Greater Regional Cooperation or an Impediment? (Authored)
2. Utilizing CSR to accomplish SDGs: An analysis on selective Banks of Bangladesh (Authored)
3. Migration Pattern and Urban Informal Sector of Bangladesh: The Applicability of theHarris-Todaro Migration Model in the Presence of COVID-19 Outbreak (Co-authored)

Abir Hassan

Hassan, A., Alam, M M., & Faieque, A. (2023). Forecasting Monthly Inflation in Bangladesh: A Seasonal

Autoregressive Moving Average (SARIMA) Approach. Journal of Economics and Financial Analysis, 7(2), 25-43.

DOI: 10.1991/jefa.v7i2.a61 

Available at https://ojs.tripaledu.com/jefa/article/view/85/95


Alam, M. M., & Hassan, A (2023) (in press). Nexus between Macroeconomic Factors & Remittance Inflow in

Presence of ICT Penetration: A Panel Data Analysis of Bangladesh Economy. International Journal of Services

Economics and Management.

DOI: 10.1504/IJSEM.2023.10058035


Islam,M. S., Haque, M. Z., Islam, S. N., Alam, M. M., & Hassan, A. (2022) (in press). Role of Education Human Capital in ICT-Trade Relationship. International Journal of Education Economics and Development.

DOI:10.1504/IJEED.2024.10051654

 

Islam, M. S., Haque, M. Z., Islam, S. N., Alam,M. M., & Hassan, A. (2022). Export Enhancing Effects of Information and Communication Technologies: Evidence from Bangladesh. Asian Journal of Empirical Research, 12(2), 69-81.

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