Wahiduddin Mahmud

An ill-timed arrest?

Conversely, the media speeches of numerous other party leaders exhibit a more aggressive stance than this kind of nonviolent agitation. Removing Fakhrul from the scene in this scenario raises the likelihood of a conflict

A memoir that helps understand development

Perhaps the most important contribution of the book lies in providing intimate insights into how NGOs work in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh Economy: What got you here won’t get you there

Over the years, Bangladesh has achieved considerable economic progress despite many odds. The economy, however, has now reached a point where continued progress will require course corrections, as alluded by the title of this write up, which is also the subtitle of a bestselling business book.

Perils of global capitalism: What’s next?

In my recently published book, “Markets, Morals and Development” (Routledge, UK), I discussed the discontent with the contemporary global economic order that is prey to the excesses of market supremacy and beholden to private corporate interest.

Coming out of LDC, a welcome move from all sides

Bangladesh’s graduation from the list of least-developed countries (LDCs) is long overdue but the good news is that the country will graduate having met all three criteria.

Assessing economic development: An unconventional approach

Economic development can be viewed from different perspectives, but the overriding theme is one of improving human well-being.

Why do people resist Covid-19 hygiene?

Bangladesh followed other countries in its effort to contain the Covid-19 pandemic with the initial countrywide lockdown and measures for revamping the health infrastructure.

Blindsided by Covid-19

There is hardly any precedence of preparing a national budget under such extraordinary hard times and with so much uncertainties and dilemmas.

October 31, 2023
October 31, 2023

An ill-timed arrest?

Conversely, the media speeches of numerous other party leaders exhibit a more aggressive stance than this kind of nonviolent agitation. Removing Fakhrul from the scene in this scenario raises the likelihood of a conflict

March 16, 2023
March 16, 2023

A memoir that helps understand development

Perhaps the most important contribution of the book lies in providing intimate insights into how NGOs work in Bangladesh.

May 17, 2022
May 17, 2022

Bangladesh Economy: What got you here won’t get you there

Over the years, Bangladesh has achieved considerable economic progress despite many odds. The economy, however, has now reached a point where continued progress will require course corrections, as alluded by the title of this write up, which is also the subtitle of a bestselling business book.

November 27, 2021
November 27, 2021

Perils of global capitalism: What’s next?

In my recently published book, “Markets, Morals and Development” (Routledge, UK), I discussed the discontent with the contemporary global economic order that is prey to the excesses of market supremacy and beholden to private corporate interest.

February 28, 2021
February 28, 2021

Coming out of LDC, a welcome move from all sides

Bangladesh’s graduation from the list of least-developed countries (LDCs) is long overdue but the good news is that the country will graduate having met all three criteria.

February 16, 2021
February 16, 2021

Assessing economic development: An unconventional approach

Economic development can be viewed from different perspectives, but the overriding theme is one of improving human well-being.

July 21, 2020
July 21, 2020

Why do people resist Covid-19 hygiene?

Bangladesh followed other countries in its effort to contain the Covid-19 pandemic with the initial countrywide lockdown and measures for revamping the health infrastructure.

June 12, 2020
June 12, 2020

Blindsided by Covid-19

There is hardly any precedence of preparing a national budget under such extraordinary hard times and with so much uncertainties and dilemmas.

June 7, 2020
June 7, 2020

The Great Lockdown

The social distancing measures to contain the spread of the Covid-19 infection have been appropriately called the Great Lockdown, in remembrance of the Great Recession of the 1930s.

December 26, 2019
December 26, 2019

Reclaiming a Moral Economy

Bangladesh currently ranks among the fastest growing major economies in the world, notwithstanding some doubts about the growth estimates.

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