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Journal Publication
International

Basanta K.Barmon ,Muntasir Chaudhury,Saiyeeda Saniya Munim, “Value Chain and Marketing Channels of Shrimp /Prawn Sector of Gher Farming System in Bangladesh”, World Review of Business Research, Vol-1 ,No-1,pp:10-24, 2011

National

Saiyeeda Saniya Munim Biva Arani Mallik Iftekharul Huq , “Conceptualizing Social Capital in lieu of market: Viewing Literature through a New Framework”, Journal of Business and Technology , vol:2, No:2,, 2009

Selected Publications
International
  1. Al Mamun Md. Balachandran B, Doung H, Gul F. (2020). Are Corporate General Counsels in Top Management Effective Monitors? Evidence from Stock Price Crash Risk . The European Accounting Review.  
  2. Al Mamun, Md, Balachandran, B., & Duong, H. N. (2020). Powerful CEOs and stock Price crash risk. Journal of Corporate Finance, 62, 101582.
  3. Al Mamun, Md, Uddin, G. S., Suleman, M. T., & Kang, S. H. (2020). Geopolitical risk, uncertainty and Bitcoin investment. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 540, 123107.
  4. Samargandi, N., Al Mamun, Md, Sohag, K., & Alandejani, M. (2019). Women at work in Saudi Arabia: Impact of ICT diffusion and financial development. Technology in Society, 59, 101187.
  5. Puwanenthiren, P., Dang, M., Henry, D., Puwanenthiren, P., & Al Mamun, Md (2019). Does managerial ability matter for the choice of seasoned equity offerings?. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 47, 442-460.
  6. Yoon, S. M., Al Mamun, Md, Uddin, G. S., & Kang, S. H. (2019). Network connectedness and net spillover between financial and commodity markets. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 48, 801-818.
  7. Malik, M., Al Mamun, Md, & Amin, A. (2018). Peer pressure, CSR spending, and long-term financial performance. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 1-20.
  8. Al Mamun, Md, Sohag, K., Shahbaz, M., & Hammoudeh, S. (2018). Financial markets, innovations and cleaner energy production in OECD countries. Energy Economics, 72, 236-254.
  9. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2017). Resource, governance, and growth. Economic Modelling. 63: 238–261.
  10. Sohag, K., Al Mamun, Md, Uddin, G. S., & Ahmed, A. M. (2017). Sectoral output, energy use, and CO 2 emission in middle-income countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24(10), 9754-9764.
  11. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2016). Managing the future megacity: an appraisal of knowledge about energy challenges and energy-saving attitudes among households in Dhaka. International Journal of Sustainable Energy, 35(7), 701-721.
  12. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2016). Does remittance fuel labor productivity in Bangladesh? The application of an asymmetric non-linear ARDL approach. Applied Economics, 1-17. 
  13. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2016). Revisiting the dynamic linkage between FDI and economic development in LDCs. International Journal of Economic Policies in Emerging Economies, 08(02): 97-118. 
  14. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2015). Remittance and domestic labor productivity: evidence from remittance recipient countries. Economic Modelling, 47: 207-218. 
  15. Al Mamun, Md, et al. M., (2015). Are investors rational, irrational or normal? Journal of Economic & Financial Studies, 3(04): 01-15.
  16. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2014). Dynamic linkages between diffusion of Information Communication Technology and labor productivity in South Asia.  Applied Economics, 46(26): 3246-3260. 
  17. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2014). Regional differences in the dynamic linkage between CO2 emissions, sectoral output, and economic growth. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 38, 1-11. 
  18. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2013). The effect of macroeconomic and market specific dynamics on stock market development in global growth generator countries. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 03(09):1152-1169. 
  19. Al Mamun, Md. et al. (2013). A panel analysis of the financial determinants of CSR in Bangladeshi banking industry. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 03(05):560-578. 
  20. Al Mamun, Md. et al. (2013). Digital divide and its impact on economic growth in SAARC countries. International Journal of Applied Research in Business Administration and Economics, 02(02): 14 – 26.
  21. Al Mamun, Md, et al. (2012). Origin of and solution to global financial meltdown: an Islamic view. International Journal of Business and Management, 07(12): 115-129.
  22. Laila Zaman, Farida Yasmeen, and Al Mamun, Md (2012). An Assessment of Fashionable Management Concepts’ Awareness Level among Bangladeshi Managers Move towards Knowledge Economy. IJAR-BAE, 02(01): 40 – 50.
  23. Al Mamun, Md, (2012). Towards universal banking: a study of Bangladeshi private commercial banks. International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT and Management, 02(05): 2231– 4245.


National
  1. Al Mamun Md, et al. (2003). Is beta the panacea for security valuation?” Journal of the Cost and Management, 40 (03): 38-44.
  2. Al Mamun Md, (1999). Critiques of democratic control as a mode of market coordination. The Horizon, 04(09): 42-45.
Journal Publication
National

Siddica, M. T. (2017). Does Institution Affect the Inflow of FDI? A Panel Data Analysis of Developed and Developing Countries. International Journal of Economics and Finance,Vol. 9, No. 7; 2017

Journal Publications

Journal Publications

International
  •  Faruqui, M. F. and Hride, F.T. (2019)  Influence of Shelf Space Arrangement on Buying Behavior”, International Journal of Business and Social Research, 9(3); 52-60, ISSN 2164- 2559
  •  Faruqui, M. F., Hoque, M.A. and Hride, F.T. (2017), “Customer Response towards Non-Deceptive Counterfeit Brands”. Review of Social Sciences, 2 (1).
  •  Hoque, M.A. and Faruqui, M. F. (2017), “Equity and commodity market co-movements in Thailand”, International Journal of Business and Social Research, 7(5)
  • Faruqui, M. F. (2013), Factors influencing the Satisfaction of Clients towards Guest Houses: A Study on Khagrachari District of Bangladesh”, European Journal of Business and Management, 5 (13): 176-184, ISSN: 2222-2839.
  • Hoque, M.A. and Faruqui, M. F. (2013), “Consumer perception of Country of Origin in the Bangladeshi Apparel Industry”, International Journal of Applied Resaerch in Business Administration and Economics, 2 (1): 26-38, ISSN: 1839-8456.
  • Biswas K., Alam, M. A. and Faruqui, M. F. (2013), “Challenges for Roadside Food Vendors to be turned into Brands: A case from Dhaka”, International Journal in Management and Social Science, 01(1): 135-146, ISSN: 2321-1784.
  • Faruqui, M. F. and Rahman, M. H., (2013) “Factors influencing the crash in the share market in Dhaka Stock Exchange”, Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, 04 (7): 139-147, ISSN: 2222-2847, ISSN:2222-1697.

 

National

  •  Alam, M. A. and Faruqui, M. F. (2009), “Effect of sales promotion on consumer brand preference: A case study of Laundry Detergent in Dhaka City Consumers”, ASA University Review, ISSN 1997-6925.
Conference & Seminars
  • Sayeed Alam and Farhan Faruqui, “Consumers’ Attitude towards Viral Marketing”, International Conference on Business and Social Science Research (ICBSSR), 1(1): 42-43, September 2015, East West University, ISSN: 2412-5962
  • Kohinoor Biswas, M Sayeed Alam and Farhan Faruqui, “Can Roadside Food Vendors Turnout as Brands? A Case Study from Dhaka”, (Conference Paper No- 121), 2nd International Marketing Conference (MARCON 2012), 28-30 December, 2012, IIM Calcutta. 
  •  Sayeed Alam, Farhan Faruqui, “Women Managers and Glass Ceiling in Dhaka: An Empirical Investigation”,  Fifteenth Annual South Dakota International Business Conference, October 9-12, 2008, Northern State University, Rapid City, South Dakota, USA, Proceedings, pp 13-19, ISBN: 13: 978-1-883120-02-3.
  •  Farhan Faruqui, M Sayeed Alam and Kohinoor Biswas , Gender and Small Business: Entrepreneurship Experiences from Women Entrepreneurs of Dhaka”, International Conference on Statistical Sciences (ICSS) 2008, North South University, Bangladesh and Carlton University, Canada, Proceedings, pp 377-381, ISBN: 984- 300 – 002873-0.
  • Kohinoor Biswas, M Sayeed Alam and  Md. Farhan Faruqui, “Challenges in Women Owned Small and Medium Sized Retail Business: A perspective of Globalization”, Athenaeum ’09, Third International Conference on Management Research, 14-15 February, 2009, Organized by Centre for Contemporary Management Research and Bharathidasan, Institute of Management, Tiruchirappalli, India 
Journal Publication
International

1. Nandi. K. B., Kabir. H. and Roy. N. “Automation of VAT System: A Pathway of Domestic Resource Mobilization” Global Challenges and Strategic Disruptors in Asian Business and Economics, pp.214 – pp.223, September, 2019

2. Nandi.K.B. and Khondker.H.B. “Cost-Benefit Analysis: Strengthening the Tax Base in Bangladesh” Bangladesh Priorities, Copenhagen Consensus Centre (CCC), Volume-II, pp. 1 –pp.36, August 2017

3. Mansur H. Ahsan, Yunus Md and Nandi.K.Biplob, “An Evaluation of the Tax System in Bangladesh ,International Growth Week,(IGC), Oxford University, London , Working Paper-17, 2011

National

1. Nandi.K.B. and Gazi. H. Q. “The Bitcoin Saga” Policy Insight, Policy Research Institute (PRI), Volume-I, April 2018

2. Nandi.K. B., Chaudhury. M. and Gazi. H. Q. “Univariate Tax Revenue Forecasting: A Case Study in Bangladesh” East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, Volume 4, November 2, 2015

3. Haque.N. and Nandi.K. B. “Does Economic Performance Influence Necessarily VAT Efforts? A Panel Analysis among Asian and African Countries” The Jahangirnagar Economic Review, Volume-24, June 2012.







Journal Publication
National
  1. Karim and Gazi Q.H. , “Motor Vehicle Agreement Between Bangladesh Bhutan India and Nepal: Implications and Challenges”, BIISS Journal, Vol. 36, No. 2, April 2015, pp. 165-180
  2. B.K. Nandi, M. Chaudhury and Gazi Q.H., “Univariate Time Series Forecasting: A Study on Monthly Tax Revenue of Bangladesh” East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol. 4, January 2015, pp. 01-28
Journal Publication
International

Hoque, M. A., & Ashif, A. S. (2020). Dream career in tourism and hospitality industry: Myth or reality? International Journal of Tourism Policy, 10(2), 142. https://doi.org/10.1504/ijtp.2020.110872

Al Mamun, M., Hoque, M. A., Hossain, M. T., & Yasmeen, F. (2016). Managing the future megacity: an appraisal of knowledge about energy challenges and energy-saving attitudes among households in Dhaka. International Journal of Sustainable Energy, 35(7), 701-721. Taylor and Francis Group

Faruqui, M. F., Hoque, M. A., &Hride, F. T. (2017). Customer Response towards Non-deceptive Counterfeit Brands. Review of Social Sciences, 2(1), 52-61

Hoque, M. A., &Faruqui, M. F. (2017). Equity and Commodity Market Co-Movements in Thailand. International Journal of Business and Social Research, 7(5), 25-38.

Foiji, M. H., Hoque, M. A., & Khan, M. B. H. (2019). Strategic Potential of e-HRM in Outsourcing HR Functions. International Journal of Business and Social Research, 9(2), 01-10.

Md. Anamul Hoque, Md. Farhan Faruque (2013). Consumer Perceptions of Country of Origin in the Bangladeshi Apparel Industry. International Journal of Applied Research in Business Administration and Economics, 2(1): 26-38.

Marjan Azmary, Md. Anamul Hoque, & Farida Yasmeen, “Corporate Leadership Styles in Bangladesh”,International Journal of Applied Research in Business Administration and Economics, 3(1):2-15., 2014

SK Kamal Ahmed, Md. Anamul Hoque & S.M. Jobaer , “Effects of Export and Import on GDP of Bangladesh: An Empirical Analysis”, The international journal of management, 2(3): 28-37., 2013

Md. Anamul Hoque, SK Kamal Ahmed & Mahmudul Hasan Fouji, “Impact of TV Advertisement on the “Response Process” of the Private Service Holders of Bangladesh.”, Business and Economic Research, 3(1):427-441.,2013


National

Md. Anamul Hoque, Mahmudul Hasan Fouji & S.M. Jobaer (2012). Marketing strategy of cell Bazaar: An analysis in the light of consumer behavior. Jagannath University Journal of Business Studies (JUJBS), Jagannath University, 1(2).

Md. Anamul Hoque and others (2009). The present status of event marketing: A global and Bangladesh view. Journal of Business Studies, University of Dhaka, 30(1).


Conference & Seminars

“Undergraduates’ psychology of tourism and hospitality as a career choice in Bangladesh”, International Conference on Business and Social Science Research, Department of Business Administration, East West University, September 2015.


Journal Publication
International

1. Momen MA, Sultana S, Ferdousi F, Shahriar SHB (2021), Determinants of Choosing a Foreign Brand in Emerging Economy: Lessons and Implication for the Local Entrepreneurs , VILAKSHAN - XIMB Journal of Management , (Accepted at 3rd April, 2021), Emerald Journal

2. Shahriar SHB, Akter S, Momen A, Sultana N (2021) Expatriation after a terror attack: A Qualitative inquiry from HR perspectives, Journal of leadership in organizations,  Vol 3, No 1 (2021)  Center for leadership studies, Universitas Gadja Mada. https://doi.org/10.22146/jlo.62247 

3. Momen MA, Shahriar SHB, Hassan MK, Sultana S.(2020), Determinants of Using Social Networking Sites Toward Entrepreneurial Success: Experience from a Developing Nation. Emerging Economy Studies. 2020;6(2):191-200. doi:10.1177/2394901520977425, Sage Journal

4.  Momen, M.A., Sultana, S. and Haque, A.K.M.A. (2019), "Web-based marketing communication to develop brand image and brand equity of higher educational institutions: A structural equation modelling approach", https://doi.org/10.1108/GKMC-10-2018-0088 Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication, Vol. 69 No. 3, pp. 151-169. Scopus, Web of science and ABDC (B), Indexed Emerald journal

5. Momen, A., & Sultana, S. (2018). Web-based entrepreneurship via social networking sites: Bangladesh perspective. Middle East Journal of Business, 55(5649), 1-7.

6. Sultana, S. & Momen, A. (2017). International Student Satisfaction and Loyalty: A Comparative Study of Malaysian and Australian Higher Learning Institutions. Journal of Intercultural Management, 9(1), pp. 101-142. De Gryter

7. Sultana, S. Haque, A & Momen, A. (2014 ) Factors Affecting the Attractiveness of Medical Tourism Destination: An Empirical Study on India. Iranian Journal of Public Health, 43(7), 867-876 (Scopus, SSCI, Web of Science)

8. Haque A, Anwar N, Yasmin F, Sarwar A, Ibrahim Z, Momen A. Purchase Intention of Foreign Products: A Study on Bangladeshi Consumer Perspective. SAGE Open. April 2015. doi:10.1177/2158244015592680, Web of Science, Scopus

9.  Rahman, M. S., Osman-Gani, A. M., Momen, M. A., & Islam, N. (2015). Testing knowledge sharing effectiveness: trust, motivation, leadership style, workplace spirituality and social network embedded model, Management & Marketing. Challenges for the Knowledge Society, 10(4), 284-303. doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/mmcks-2015-0019, Scopus

10. Hossain, D. M., Bir, A., Sadiq, A. T., Tarique, K. M., & Momen, A. (2016). Disclosure of green banking issues in the annual reports: A study on Bangladeshi banks. Middle East Journal of Business, 55(3034), 1-12.

11. Jan, M. T., Abdullah, K., & Momen, A. (2015). Factors influencing the adoption of social networking sites: Malaysian Muslim users perspective. Journal of Economics, Business and Management, 3(2), 267-270.

12. Haque, A. Sultana, S.  & Momen, A. (2014 ) Gaining of Competitive Advantage of Malaysian Telecommunication Products: Measure of Competitiveness. International Review of Business Research Papers, 10(2).

13. Haque, A., Momen, A., Sultana, S., & Yasmin, F. (2013). Effectiveness of Facebook towards online brand awareness: a study on Malaysian Facebook users perspective. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 7(10), 197-203.

14. Haque, A., Sultana, S., & Momen, A. (2014). Export Performance of Malaysian Furniture Industry: Rethinking Competitiveness. Middle East Journal of Business, 9(1).

15. Haque, A., Sultana, S., & Yasmin, F. (2013). Online brand awareness: determining the relative importance of Facebook and other strategies among Malaysian consumers. Information Management and Business Review, 5(4), 168-174.

National Journal

16. Hassan, M. K., Momen, M. A., & Sultana, S. (2010). Online marketing in Bangladesh: a descriptive study in the context of some selected click and mortar businesses. Journal of Business and Technology (Dhaka), 5(2), 150-165.

Conference & Seminars

       Conferences:

1. A.Momen, ‘Negative Impact of Social Media on Family Bonding: Lesson from Bangladesh’,Globall Circle for Scientific, Technological and Management Research, 4th GCSTMR,2019

2. Momen. A., Sultana. S. (2016). Rethinking Higher Education Branding: Determining the Role of Online Marketing Communication in Brand Image and Brand Equity Development, 2nd International Conference on Business Research, 26-27 May, 2016, Department of Business Administration, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

3.  Momen. A., Sultana. S. (2016). Determinants of Customer Satisfaction in Telecom Industry: Lesson from Grameenphone, International Conference on Business and Economics, 25-26 October, 2016, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

4.  Factors Influencing the Adoption of Social Networking Sites: Malaysian Muslim Users Perspective 4th International Conference on Economics, Business and Management December 8, 2013. Sydney, Australia.

5.  Online brand awareness: Determining the relative importance of facebook and other strategies among the Malaysian consumers,2nd International Conference on Global Business Environment (ICGBE- 2013), Role of Education and Technology, Bangkok Thailand, February 9-10, 2013 International Foundation for Research and Development.

6.. Export performance of Malaysian Telecommunication products: Market prospect and challenges. Third Asia pacific Business Research Conference, 25-26 February 2013, Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

7. Antecedents of Attitude towards Online Advertisement: Evidence from Malaysia, 3rd International Conference on Global Business Environment (ICGBE), Role of Education and Technology, Langkawi, Malaysia, June 15-16, 2013.

8.. Exploring the role of religious motivation towards tourist satisfaction: A Proposed    Islamic tourism model from a Malaysian perspective. 2nd International Conference on Management and Technology in Knowledge, Service, Tourism& Hospitality 2014 (SERVE 2014), Doubletree Hilton Hotel Jakarta, Jakarta Pusat, 10310, Indonesia from 27 – 28 September 2014.


Review Work

1. Sage Open (Web of Science indexed)

2. The Service Industries Journal (Taylor and Francis), Web of Science (ISI). Thompson Reuters

3. International Journal of Business and Systems Research, Inderscience (Scopus)

4. Iranian Journal of Public Health, Web of Science (ISI). Thompson Reuters

5. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education (Web of Science)

and so on

Web of science reviewer ID:

https://publons.com/researcher/1355706/dr-md-abdul-momen/


Academic Award and Fellowship


     1.  Best paper award at Third Asia pacific Business Research Conference, 25-26 February 2013, Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  1. Winning a silver medal at IIUM Research, Invention and Innovation Exhibition 2012 for the poster on “Nomenclature of Customer Loyalty for Social Networking Sites: A Structure Equation Modeling Approach to Malaysian Young Muslim Facebook Users”(www.iium.edu.my/irie/13/info/RESULTS-IRIIE2013.pdf)
  2. Post Graduate Scholarship Receiver 2013/14, IIUM, Malaysia.
Grant and Research Projects

Research fund Name

Topic

Amount

Role

MyRA ( Ministry of Education, Malaysia)

Islamic Tourism in Malaysia: The Involvement of Travel and Tour Business as a Stakeholder in Strategizing the tourism packages.

90,000 RM

Principal Research Assistant

ERGS ( Ministry of Education, Malaysia)

Factors Influencing Selection of Higher Learning Institutes: an Empirical Investigation on Higher Learning Institutions

62,000 RM

Principal Research Assistant

IIUM, Internal Grant

Assessing Export Performance of Malaysian Furniture Industries Products: Measure of Competitiveness

20,000 RM

Principal Research Assistant

Research Management Centre Grant, IIUM

The Perception of Young Muslim Users towards Facebook as Social Network Service: A Study on Malaysian User Perspective

15,000 RM

Principal Research Assistant

Short Bio

Dr. Md Abdul Momen has pursued his undergraduate and Master degrees in Business administration (Major in Marketing) from the University of Dhaka. He has secured a funded Ph.D. from International Islamic University Malaysia with Distinction in 2015. He has published many international refereed articles and book chapters with different publishers namely Emerald, Sage, Springer, Taylor and Francis, and De Gruyter. He has also published papers with different renowned Universities and research bodies across the world. Many of his publications are indexed by the Web of Science (SCI/SSCI), Scopus, ABDC, and other renowned bodies.

Apart from publishing around 15 articles in refereed journals, he has around 12 conference papers. Among those, he has got the Best paper award at the third Asia Pacific Business Research Conference, 25-26 February 2013, Malaysia. In addition, Dr. Momen has been working as the reviewer of many international journals such as the service Industries Journal (Web of Science, Taylor, and Francis), International Journal of Business and Systems Research (Scopus, Inderscience), Iranian Journal of Public Health (Web of Science). As a researcher, he has also been working with different research grant agencies such as the Ministry of Education Malaysia, Bank Negara (Central Bank of Malaysia).

He has also been working as a research trainer for different organizations such as BCS administration Academy, ShahBagh, Bangladesh, Ministry of Industries, Bangladesh, and Open University, Bangladesh. Apart from teaching at the tertiary level, Dr. Momen has also been attached with a distinct project jointly developed by the Bangladesh government and Asian Development Bank (ADB), executed as the name of ‘Skilled for Employment Investment Program’ (SEIP) as an instructor.

Conducted Seminar and Training Workshops

Dates

Activity  

Role

November 2017

Research Methodology Training: BCS Administration Acadamy, Shahbag

Trainer

February 2018

Research Methodology Training (Trainer): Open University, Bangladesh

Trainer

November 2018

Workshop on “ How to write a Research Proposal”: Research Methodology Training at Bangladesh Open University

Trainer

June 2019

Research Methodology Training: BCS Administration Acadamy, Shahbag

Trainer

March 2020

Research Methodology Training: BCS Administration Acadamy, Shahbag

Trainer
Jan 2021
Business Case Evaluation-Savsol Lubricants Presents Connect 2021( Organized by Independent University Bangladesh)
Judges
Journal Publication
International

Raihan S., Ifteakhar, K.M.N., and M.T. N. Angkur. (2017) “Factors affecting Total Factor Productivity: Firm-Level Evidence from Manufacturing Sector of Bangladesh”, International Journal of SME Development. Issue-03,2017. (under review)

 M.T. N. Angkur and Siddica, A. (2017). “Does Institution Affect the Inflow of FDI? A Panel Data Analysis of Developed and Developing countries”, International Journal of Economics and Finance; Vol 9.

National

“Foreign Aid and Economic Growth: An empirical study on selected South Asian and Sub–Saharan African countries-A Panel Data Analysis”, The Jahangirnagar Economic Review Vol.26, June 2015, Journal of the Department of Economics, Jahangirnagar University
“Effect of Trade Liberalization on Economic Growth of Developing countries”, The Jahangirnagar Review, Part-II: Social Science, Vol.XXXVI,2012

Work in Progress

M.T. N. Angkur and Ifteakhar, K.M.N. “Factors Determining the Choice of Level of Education in Bangladesh: Evidence from HIES”.

Nandi. B., Hasan. G.Q. and M. T. N. Angkur. “Does Sources of Budget Financing Matter for Economic Growth and Investment? A Panel Study among Some Developing countries”

Conference & Seminars

Participated at the 2nd SANEM Annual Economists’ Conference held at BRAC Centre Inn, Dhaka, February 18, 2017 and presented a paper on “Factors Determining the Choice of the Level of Education in Bangladesh: Empirical Evidence from HIES”.

Participated at The Third Asia KLEMS International Conference held at Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research, Taipei, Taiwan, August 12-13, 2015 and jointly presented a paper with Dr. Selim Raihan on “Sources of Output Growth: Bangladesh Economy.

Participated at The Second Asia KLEMS International Conference held at The Bank of Korea, Seoul, South Korea, August 22-23, 2013 and presented a paper on “Estimates of Productivity: 28 Manufacturing Industries of Bangladesh”.

Represented SANEM at 5th South Asian Economic Summit 11-13th September 2012, Marriott Hotel, Islamabad, Pakistan as a Special Speaker on the session “Liberalization of Services Trade in South Asia.”

Other

TRAINING PROGRAMS & WORKSHOPS

Workshop on “Getting published in indexed academic and scientific journal: how to do it?” organized by the Department of Real Estate and Research Group, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Eight South Asian Network Training Program on CGE Modeling, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, 4th -8th August, 2015.

Institute of Economic Growth (IEG) Delhi Training Course: “Panel Time Series Econometrics”-Two-Day Specialist Training Course, 28th and 29th January 2013 instructed by Dr. Markus Eberhardt, University of Nottingham and CSAE, Oxford.

 

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

  • Worked in SANEM’s research paper as for IDRC (International Development Research Centre, Canada on “Dynamics of Employment in the Urban Informal Sector in Bangladesh.”
  • Worked as a Research Assistant for the Effective States and Inclusive Development (ESID) project in collaboration with University of Manchester, UK: “The Political Determinants of Economic Growth”.
  • As part of the International Trade Course (Masters) assignment, prepared the following papers for Dr. Selim Raihan, Professor, Dept. of Economics, University of Dhaka.
    • Does resource abundance determine the (merchandise) export structure of a country? – A Cross-country Analysis
    • Trade Liberalization and Economic Growth: An empirical study on South Asian countries- A Panel Data Analysis.
  • Leadership in preparing a Research Proposal & conducting the Research Study on “Evaluating Tax Performance of Bangladesh With Reference To Some Selected Developing Countries”.
  • Worked as a Research Assistant in collecting data from primary sources for A Competitive Study: Edible Oil Market in Bangladesh conducted by Bureau of Economic Research, University of Dhaka.
Journal Publication
International

  1. ”Why is the South Korean growth experience different? An analysis of the differences of per capita GDP between South Korea and South Asian countries”, Economic Change and Restructuring, Vol. 49, No. 1, pp. 41- 69, Springer, NY, USA
  2. “Resource Structure and Imports: An Analysis of the Relationship between Skill Intensive Imports and Skill Endowment” The International Trade Journal, Vol. 26, no. 2. Routledge, Taylor and FrancisUK.
  3. ”The Effect of Economic Freedom on Corruption: The Case of South Asian Countries”, International Journal of Economics and Business Research, Vol. 5, No 2, Inderscience Publications, Switzerland.
  4. “Protecting human development: a search for an effective policy – a comparative cross country study of Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia”.International Journal of Education Economics and Development, Vol. 5, no. 2Inderscience Publications, Switzerland.
  5. “In Search of the Reasons of the Great Recession: Time for a Change in Policies?” World Review of Business Research, Vol. 1, no. 1. World Business Institute, Australia.
National
  1. “Constraints and Challenges of SME Development – Evidences from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh” International Journal of SME Development, Vol. 1, no. 1. SME FoundationBangladesh.
  2. “Effect of South Asian Free Trade Area on Readymade Garments Trade” BUFT Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1. BGMEA University of Fashion and Technology.
  3. “Trends in the Growth Rate of RMG Exports of Bangladesh.”AIUB Journal of Business and Economics, Vol. 10, no. 1.American International University Bangladesh.
  4. “Business Environment and Economic Growth in Bangladesh: A Comparative Overview of Economic Freedom as an Element of Business Environment.” Southeast University Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 6, no. 1.  Centre for Business Research, Southeast University Bangladesh.
  5. “Commercial Banking in a Developing Economy.” ASA University Review, Vol. 5, no. 1. ASA University Bangladesh.

Journal Publication
  • Dream career in Tourism and hospitality industry: Myth or reality?

    Int. J. Tourism Policy, Vol. 9, No. 4, 2019  by Anamul Hoque, Abu Sadat Muhammad Ashif 

  • A new method of measuring stock market manipulation through structural equation modeling (SEM)” Investment Management and Financial Innovations , Volume 14 2017, Issue #3, pp. 54-61 , Maruf Rahman Maxim , Abu Sadat Muhammad Ashif
  • “Talent Management as a Source of Competitive Advantages: A Review” International Journal of Business and Social Research , Volume 09, Issue 04, 2019: 26-32
  • AIS Requirement and Capacity, an Understanding of AIS Alignment: Evidence from Bangladesh, International Journal of Applied Research in Business administration & Economics IJAR-BAE, 02(06):22-3, ASM Ashif, Tapan Mahmud 2, Mohammad Tariq Hasan3
  • Determinants of Job Satisfaction: A Comparative Study in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh. –International Journal of Economics and Empirical Research. 2(1), 22-28. Online ISSN: 2310-5232 Mahmud, M. T1, Hasan, M. T2 and Asif, A. S. M3
  • An Empirical Examination of Random Walk Hypothesis for Chittagong Stock Exchange”, The AIUB Journal of Business and Economics(AJBE), Volume 12, No.1, November 2015,ISSN 1683-8742(Print), Md. Tapan Mahmud, Abu Sadat Muhammad Ashif.
  • Conflicts of Interest in the Financial Intermediation Industry: A Retrospection, focused on Banking Regulation” BANGLADESH RESEARCH FOUNDATION JOURNAL [ISSN 2224-8404 (Print), ISSN 2305-1566 (Online)] 4, No. 2, August 2015, ASM Ashif, Md. Tapan Mahmud 2.
  • Performance Evaluation and Competitive Exploration of Selected Credit line in Socio Economic Development of RAKUB, Journal of the people’s University of Bangladesh ( ISSN : 1812-4747, Vol-07, No-01, June -2014) , Gopal Chandra Saha1, Amitav Saha2, ASM Ashif3
  • “Strategies for Refinancing of SMEs in Bangladesh: Problems and Constraints” – Stamford Journal of Business Studies-( Vol :3; Issue-2) ISSN : 1817-1680. ASM Ashif1, Amitav Saha2 & Samiul Islam3.
Conference & Seminars
  • Undergraduates’ psychology of tourism and hospitality as a career choice in Bangladesh, – International Conference on “Business and Social Science Research,Sep 2015 DBA , East West University , ISSN 2412-5962 Anamul Hoque & Abu Sadat Muhammad Ashif
  • An Empirical Examination of Random Walk Hypothesis for Chittagong Stock Exchange” –International Conference Accepted Paper in INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT CALCUTTA (IIM) Uddin, KYOPHILAVONG and Ashif.
Selected Publications

"An Analysis of the Impacts of Inflation, Trade Openness and Exchange Rate on Foreign Direct Investment in Bangladesh and Some Selected Emerging Countries" (with Dr. Sayera Younus), 2017, Thoughts on Banking and Finance, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 9- 45.

"Inclusive Growth: Dimensions of Financial Inclusion in Bangladesh" (with Md. Omor Faruq), Bangladesh Journal of Political Economy, 2015, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 151-172.


Journal Publication

International

  1. Zaman, L., Sarkar, A. R. and Akther, N. 2018, “Study on Practice of Soft Skills among the Workforce: A Case from Ready Made Garment (RMG) Industry of Bangladesh”, International Journal of Asian Social Science, 8(10), 808-818.
  2. Zaman, L. and Rahman, L. B. 2018, “Status of Private University Students in the Eye of Employers”, Saudi Journal of Business and Management Studies, 3(4), 373-377.
  3. Zaman, L. 2015, “Competencies Needed for 2015: Employers Preference in Business Graduate Selection”, Review of Integrative Business and Economics Research, 4(3), 22-32.
  4. Samina, Q. S. and Zaman, L. 2015, “Cash Compensation of CEO or All Employees? Which Affect the Profitability of Private Commercial Banks’ Of Bangladesh”, Review of Integrative Business and Economics Research, 4(3), 89-98.
  5. Nowshin, S. and Zaman, L. 2013, “An Analysis of Organization Development Process in Telecom Industry in Bangladesh”, Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, 3(12), 43-58.
  6. Moumita, N. and Zaman, L. 2013, “An Analysis of Global Training and Experience Sharing in Multinational Companies”, American Journal of Business and Management, 2(1), 75-83.
  7. Zaman, L., Yasmeen, F. and Al-Mamun, M. 2013, “An Assessment of Fashionable Management Concepts’ Awareness Level amongst Bangladeshi Managers Move towards Knowledge Economy”, International Journal of Applied Research in Business Administration and Economics, 2(1), 40–50.
  8. Zaman, L. and Hossain, M. S. 2012, “A Comparative Analysis of Human Resource Management Practices between a Local and Foreign Bank of Bangladesh”, Far East Journal of Psychology and Business, 9(1), 58-73.
  9. Sarker, M. A. R., Hossan, C. G. and Zaman, L., 2012 “Sustainability and Growth of Low Cost Airlines: An Industry Analysis in Global Perspective”, American Journal of Business and Management, 1(3), 162-171.
  10. Zaman, L., 2012, “The Recruitment and Selection Process of Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh: A Case on GlaxoSmithKline Bangladesh Limited”, American Journal of Business and Management, 1(2), 70-75.
  11. Zaman, L. 2011, “Human Resource Management (HRM) in Hospitals: A Research on the Recruitment Process of a Bangladeshi Hospital”, Asia Pacific Journal of Research in Business Management, 2(9), 93-98.
  12. Zaman, L. 2011, “Performance Appraisal Process of Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh: A Case Study on GlaxoSmithKline Bangladesh Limited”, Journal of Management and Sustainability, 1(1), 141-146.

National

  1. Zaman, L., Samina, Q. S. and Sarker, M. A. R. 2013, “Benefits of Training Need Analysis: A Case on Local Private Commercial Bank in Bangladesh”, The Jahangirnagar Journal of Finance & Banking, vol.1, 27-35.
Conference Proceedings
  1. Sarker, A.R and Zaman, L. ‘‘An Assessment of Soft Skill Awareness Level amongst Bangladeshi Managers: A Study from Ready Made Garments (RMG) Sector’’. 24th EBES Conference-Bangkok. 10 -12 January, 2018. Organizer: The Faculty of Business Administration, Kasetsart University, Thailand and Eurasia Business and Economics Society, Turkey.
  2. Zaman, L. and Rahman, L. B. “An Analysis of Employers Attitude toward Private University Students in Graduate Hiring: A Case of Bangladesh”, International Conference on Management Research and Practice, Dhaka, 4-5 February, 2017. Organizer: GCSTMR in association with Bangladesh Open University, University of Dhaka, Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology and Islamic University of Technology.
  3. Khan, S. I., Zaman, L. and Afroze, R. “Muslim Diaspora in West: A Multi-Dimensional Strategic Opportunity for Global Expansion and Diversity Management”, Dhaka International Business and Social Science Research Conference, Dhaka, 20-22 January 2016. Organizer: Uttara University, Australian Academy of Business Leadership and Universiti Kuala Lumpur.
  4. Samina, Q. S. and Zaman, L. “Scrutinizing the Relationship between CEO’s Compensation and Banks’ Profitability: An Analysis on Private Commercial Banks of Bangladesh”, Interdisciplinary Business & Economics Research Conference, Bangkok, 4-6 June, 2015. Organizer: Society of Interdisciplinary Business Research and Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University.
  5. Zaman, L. and Shil, N. C. “Employers Preferred Competencies for Business Graduate Selection”, Interdisciplinary Business & Economics Research Conference, Bangkok, 4-6 June, 2015. Organizer: Society of Interdisciplinary Business Research and Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University.
  6. Al-Mamun, M. and Zaman, L. “Towards Knowledge Economy: A Study of Fashionable Management Concepts Awareness among Bangladeshi Managers”, International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, Kuala Lampur, 24-26 July, 2012. Organizer: IACSIT, Universiti Putra MalaysiaDalian Jiaotong Universiti and Singapore Institute of Technology
Book Chapter

Saifuddin, S. M., Chhina, H. and Zaman, L.  (2020). Perspectives on Diversity and Equality in Bangladesh Of walls and borderlands: Emerging perspectives on diversity, equality and inclusion in under-researched countries. Edward Elgar (Accepted)

Reviewer

British Journal of Economics, Management and Trade

Workshops and Training
  1. Online symposium ‘Transition from Traditional to Outcome Based Education: Call of the Hour’. Organized by Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), East West University (EWU).  November 13-14, 2020.
  2. Workshop on “Teaching Learning Methods and Practices” Organized by IQAC, East West University.  September 13-14, 2019.
  3. Workshop on “Toward a Better Education and Future” and “Reflections on Teaching”. Organized by IQAC, East West University. November 12, 2016.
  4. Training on Capacity Building for Higher Degree Research (M. Phil, PhD) and PhD Scholarship Placement Assistance. March 24-25, 2016.
  5.  Course on Human Resource Management Competencies (HRMC) by Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. April 24 - May 30, 2015.
  6. Training program on Education Psychology. Organized by East West University. May 9, 14 and 16, 2015.
  7. Participated in ‘World Marketing Summit’, held at Dhaka, Bangladesh supported by the Government of Peoples Republic of Bangladesh. March 1, 2 & 3, 2012.
  8. Training program on ‘Applied Research Methodology in Business’. Organized by Bureau of Business Research, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. January 12 - February 24, 2012.
  9. Training course on “SPSS and Applied Statistics” conducted by the Institute of Statistical Research and Training (ISRT), University of Dhaka. November 27 - December 13, 2012
  10. Faculty Development Program on Research Methods and E-views’. Organized by Presidency University, Bangladesh. December 26-28, 2011.
  11. Workshop on ‘Writing Research Proposal’ organized by Faculty of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University, Australia. October 21, 2011.
  12. Workshop on ‘Modern Concepts of HR’. Organized by bdjobs. December 3, 2010.
  13. Workshop on ‘Scientific Research’. Organized by the Department of Business Administration, East West University. August 24-27, 2010.
Journal Publication

Afroze, R., Eva, T.P., & Sarker, A.R. (2019). Do Soft Skills matter? A Study on Employability of Engineering Graduates in Bangladesh. Journal of Intercultural Management, 11(3), 21-44. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2019.08.03.72

Tamanna Parvin Eva,  Rumana Afroze, and Dr. Nargis Akhter, “An Integrated Approach towards Compensation Model” Business Research , Edited book, Volume 2, December, 2016

Rumana Afroze, “Does Recruitment Develop a Corporate Image to Attract Talented Candidates for Hiring in Bangladesh?” Asian Business Review (ABR), Vol 6, No 1, 13th Issue, (2016). ISSN: 2304-2613
Atiqur Rahman Sarkerand Rumana Afroze“Employees Perception about HRM Practices in the Selected Retail Shops in Bangladesh”British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade9(4): 1-9, 2015, Article no.BJEMT.19389 ISSN: 2278-098X,2015

Rumana Afroze“Type A Behavior Pattern and Occupational Stress of Employees of private commercial Banks and Mobile Telecommunications in Bangladesh”International Journal in Management and Social Science http://www.ijmr.net.in2 Issue-12,(December2014)ISSN:2321-1784,2014

Atiqur Rahman Sarker &Rumana Afroze“Can HRM Practices Improve Job Satisfaction of Ready Made Garment (RMG) Workers in Banglade sh? An Alternative Solution to Recent Unrest “International Journal of Business and ManagementVol. 9, No. 10; 2014 ISSN 1833-3850 E-ISSN 1833-81192014

Chowdhury Golam Hossan, Md. Atiqur Rahman Sarker and Rumana Afroze“An Assessment of Managerial Skills in the Labour Intensive Industry: A Case Study of a Garments Manufacturing Firm”Journal of Accounting – Business & Management19no.2(2012)1-14,2012

Hossan, C.G, Sarker, A.R., & Afroze, Rumana (2012), “Recent un-rest in RMG sector of Bangladesh: Is this an outcome of Poor Labour Practices?”,
International Journal of Business and Management7 (3), February, ISSN 1833-3850,Canada.

Conference & Seminars

Afroze, R; Eva, T.P, and Sarker, A.R. (2019). ‘‘Employability of engineering graduates in Bangladesh through soft skills acquisition’’. IIUM International Conference on Business and Management. 10-11th July, 2019. Organized by Department of Business Administration, International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Afroze, R. and Eva, T. P. (2019, March 1-2). E-recruitment as a source of Employer Branding: from Job Seekers’ and Employers’ Perspective. Paper Presented at the International Conference on HR trends 2030, Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management (IISWBM).

Afroze, R. & Eva, T. P. (2018), Can Online recruitment be the best strategic solutions for talent acquisition? A study based on Jobseekers’ and employers’ perceptionInternational Conference on Business, Economics, Education and social Science (ICBEESS), 25-26 January 2018, pp.50 Organized by East West University.

Eva, T. P. & Afroze, R. (2018), Key soft skills practice among managers and support staffs: evidence from Telecom industry of BangladeshInternational Conference on Business, Economics, Education and social Science (ICBEESS), 25-26 January 2018, pp.28 Organized by East West University.

Rumana Afroze, “Good fit between policies and practices in case of employees’ recruitment and selection”, Second International Conference on Business Research (ICBR), 27-28 May, 2016 Tamanna Parvin

Eva,  Rumana Afroze, and Dr. Nargis Akhter, “An Integrated Approach towards Compensation Model” Second International Conference on Business Research (ICBR), 27-28 May, 2016

Sardana Islam Khan, Laila Zaman, Rumana Afroze“Muslim Diaspora in West: A Multi-Dimensional Strategic Opportunity for Global Expansion and Diversity Management Dhaka International Business and Social Science Research Conference2016,20-22January2016,

Sardana Islam Khan and Rumana Afroze, “Affective Commitment in the Bangladeshi Banking Industry Revisited”International Conference on “Business and Social Science Research”4-5 September, 2015

Md. Atiqur Rahman and Rumana Afroze, “Psychological contract and its impact on job performance: Evidence from private commercial banks in Bangladesh” International Conference on “Business and Social Science Research”, 4-5 September, 2015

Conference Papers

Conference Papers 

Afroze, R; Eva, T.P, and Sarker, A.R. (2019). ‘‘Employability of engineering graduates in Bangladesh through soft skills acquisition’’. IIUM International Conference on Business and Management. 10-11th July, 2019. Organized by Department of Business Administration, International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Afroze, R. and Eva, T. P. (2019, March 1-2). E-recruitment as a source of Employer Branding: from Job Seekers’ and Employers’ Perspective. Paper Presented at the International Conference on HR trends 2030, Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management (IISWBM).

Afroze, R. & Eva, T. P. (2018), Can Online recruitment be the best strategic solutions for talent acquisition? A study based on Jobseekers’ and employers’ perception. International Conference on Business, Economics, Education and social Science (ICBEESS), 25-26 January 2018, pp.50 Organized by East West University.

Eva, T. P. & Afroze, R. (2018), Key soft skills practice among managers and support staffs: evidence from Telecom industry of Bangladesh. International Conference on Business, Economics, Education and social Science (ICBEESS), 25-26 January 2018, pp.28 Organized by East West University.

Rumana Afroze, “Good fit between policies and practices in case of employees’ recruitment and selection”, Second International Conference on Business Research (ICBR), 27-28 May, 2016

Tamanna Parvin Eva,  Rumana Afroze, and Dr. Nargis Akhter, “An Integrated Approach towards Compensation ModelSecond International Conference on Business Research (ICBR), 27-28 May, 2016

Sardana Islam Khan, Laila Zaman, Rumana Afroze, "Muslim Diaspora in West: A Multi-Dimensional Strategic Opportunity for Global Expansion and Diversity Management ", Dhaka International Business and Social Science Research Conference2016,20-22January2016,

Sardana Islam Khan and Rumana Afroze, "Affective Commitment in the Bangladeshi Banking Industry Revisited", International Conference on “Business and Social Science Research”, 4-5 September, 2015

Md. Atiqur Rahman and Rumana Afroze, “Psychological contract and its impact on job performance: Evidence from private commercial banks in Bangladesh” International Conference on “Business and Social Science Research”, 4-5 September, 2015

Journal Publication


1. Kabir, S. M. H., Alam, S., Bari, E., & Khan, T. I. (2020). Estimating Unrecorded International Trade of Alcohol and Forgone Revenue in Bangladesh. Journal of Economics, Management and Trade, 26(1), 53-60.

2. Bari, E., & Haque, A. (2016). The Economics of Taming Teesta River: Limits the Choice of Agricultural Crop Diversification. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, 9(4), 1-13

3. Rahman, F. S., Sayeda, T., & Bari, E. (2015). Economics of improving hospitality management in Bangladesh through employee satisfaction. Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences (JETEMS), 6(4), 276-284.

Working Papers (Published)

1. Rahman, M. & Bari, E. (2018). Bangladesh’s formal and informal trade with SAARC countries. Working Paper (114); Dhaka: Centre for Policy Dialogue.

2. Rahman, M., Bari, E., & Farin, S. M. (2017). Operationalizing the SAARC Food Bank: Issues and Solutions. SSWA Development Papers 1803; Bangkok: UN ESCAP, South and South-West Asia Office.

3. Rahman, M., Sadique, Z., Bari, E., & Salma, U. (2016). Advancing the Interests of Bangladesh’s Migrant Workers: Issues of Financial Inclusion and Social Protection. Working Paper (112); Dhaka: Centre for Policy Dialogue.

Reports (Publised)

1. Haque, A. E., Bari, E., Khan, M. Z. H., & Mian, A. U. (2019). Impact of LPG distribution among the Rohingya and Host communities of Cox’s Bazar South
Forest division on forest resources.
UNHCR Assessment Report. IUCN, Bangladesh office.  

2. Haque, A. E., Bari, E. & Shammin, R. (2019). Assessing Synergy between Climate and Development Projects. Working Paper. Dhaka: Transparency International Bangladesh.

3. Rahman, M. & Bari, E. (2018). Upcoming WTO MC11 and Interests of Bangladesh as an LDC. Research Report (3); Dhaka: Centre for Policy Dialogue.

4. Rahman, M. & Bari, E. (2018). Value Chains in BIMSTEC Region - Current Status, Possibilities and Challenges. Research Report (4); Dhaka: Centre for Policy Dialogue.

5. Rahman, M. & Bari, E. (2016). The Political Economy of Change. Escaping the middle-income trap: Perspectives from Bangladesh. Dhaka: Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Publication.

6. Haque, A. E. & Bari, E. (2015). Garments Workers in Bangladesh: Social impact of the Garments Industry. Dhaka: Asian Center for Development.

Book Chapter

1. Rahman, M. & Bari, E. (2020). Informality in Bangladesh’s Agricultural Trade with SAARC Addressing the Emerging Concerns. In Trade and Regional Integration in South Asia. Springer Singapore.

2. Rahman, M., Bari, E., & Farin, S.M., (2019). SAARC Food Bank: Raising Operational Efficacy. In Regional cooperation for sustainable food security in South Asia. (pp. 110-132). Routledge.

3. Rahman, M., & Bari, E. (2018). Pathways to Bangladesh’s sustainable LDC graduation: Prospects, challenges and strategies. In Bangladesh's Graduation from the Least Developed Countries Group (pp. 109-152). Routledge.

Unpublished Works

1. Bari, E., (n.d). Demystifying sand mining supply chains in Brahmaputra, Meghna and Jinjiram river basins. [Under Submission]

2. Haque, A. E., Bari, E., Aich, D., Subhani, R., & Diyan, M. A. (2014). Tale of a Tamed River: The value of Ecosystem Services of River Teesta. Dhaka: Asian Center for Development. [Soft copy is available in Amazon; hard copy never published]