Rushidan Islam Rahman

How can we deal with children dropping out of school?

The problem of children dropping out of school and working have far-reaching implications for the overall development of a country.

4d ago

Decline in unemployment: Let’s pause before we celebrate

A rise in inflation will have a negative impact on the unemployment rate

7m ago

Women’s working hours and valuation of their unpaid care work

Women’s empowerment requires that women contribute to the society and the economy and it is also important for these contributions to be adequately recognised.

3y ago

Adequate data needed to capture true impact of Covid-19

The speed at which Covid-19 has spread across the globe is unforeseen and its impact in terms of health problems, lack of adequate health services and death was immediately evident.

3y ago

The development priorities now changed all on a sudden

To contain the spread of the lethal coronavirus, the government has put in place some inevitable measures like social distancing and countrywide shutdown though these may result in a downturn in economic growth.

4y ago

The low employment growth puzzle

The slow growth of employment between 2013 and 2015-16 is the most important observation emerging from the

6y ago

Our ventures are unending

In the last few decades, South Asian and Southeast Asian countries have experienced high rates of labour force growth associated with high population growth. The growing youth labour force can provide an important input for accelerating economic growth.

7y ago
June 12, 2024
June 12, 2024

How can we deal with children dropping out of school?

The problem of children dropping out of school and working have far-reaching implications for the overall development of a country.

November 2, 2023
November 2, 2023

Decline in unemployment: Let’s pause before we celebrate

A rise in inflation will have a negative impact on the unemployment rate

March 8, 2021
March 8, 2021

Women’s working hours and valuation of their unpaid care work

Women’s empowerment requires that women contribute to the society and the economy and it is also important for these contributions to be adequately recognised.

September 30, 2020
September 30, 2020

Adequate data needed to capture true impact of Covid-19

The speed at which Covid-19 has spread across the globe is unforeseen and its impact in terms of health problems, lack of adequate health services and death was immediately evident.

April 23, 2020
April 23, 2020

The development priorities now changed all on a sudden

To contain the spread of the lethal coronavirus, the government has put in place some inevitable measures like social distancing and countrywide shutdown though these may result in a downturn in economic growth.

August 20, 2017
August 20, 2017

The low employment growth puzzle

The slow growth of employment between 2013 and 2015-16 is the most important observation emerging from the

February 25, 2017
February 25, 2017

Our ventures are unending

In the last few decades, South Asian and Southeast Asian countries have experienced high rates of labour force growth associated with high population growth. The growing youth labour force can provide an important input for accelerating economic growth.

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