I entered the job market when I was a graduate student at Dhaka University and have switched jobs many times since then.
It has been well-known for a long time that Bangladeshi migrant workers in the Middle East and South Asian countries are at the receiving end of all sorts of uncertainties one can think of.
Some politicians promise an El Dorado if you vote them into power. Others tell stories, some true and some not so, to get the voters to believe them.
End of the year op-eds, or the thought of it, bring for me anxiety as well as joy. I feel anxious because I can’t decide what to write about, or find issues to vent about, as the year draws to a...
Bangladesh is celebrating the 49th anniversary of the nation’s Victory Day today.
The other day I was chatting with Abu, a long-time friend of mine who has been living in Bangladesh for the last one year.
In this time of the pandemic and the resultant economic slowdown, one has to be mindful of the effects of these twin curses on the poor of Bangladesh.
Shegufta Bakht Chaudhuri, popularly known as SB Chaudhuri, the former Governor of Bangladesh Bank, passed away on November 11 at United Hospital, Dhaka.
While the recent US Presidential Election has left a number of issues unresolved, one thing is clear.
The Nobel Prize for Economics this year was shared by two Americans, Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson of Stanford University.