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    Economy

    How to make agriculture attractive for Bangladeshi youth

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    Bangladesh is well-positioned to drive sustainable agriculture-led economic growth. Agriculture can strengthen the resilience of its food system and boost nutrition. Nearly half of...

    Will Account Aggregator be Bangladesh’s solution to CMSME lending problem?

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    Up until recently, Bangladesh’s economy was growing at a rate of 8.2 %. A reduction in poverty took place at a staggering rate. The...

    Could blockchain fast-track Bangladesh’s Vision 2041?

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    Covid-19 has taken centre stage in socio-economic policymaking across the globe. The pandemic captured the world in a cycle of feigning recovery and new...

    On behalf of rights and political cohesion in a ’newly’ liberated Bangladesh

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    In this era of covid-19, it is proving difficult to make sensible predictions of the future trajectory of events and trends in Bangladesh, as...

    The transition in electricity generation in Bangladesh

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    Today’s global energy use is 10 times greater than that in the early 1900s, when wood, coal and animal power dominated. The world has...

    Reopen and reimagine: the post-covid-19 economy

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    As Bangladesh recovers from the ravages of covid-19 and the economy reopens, both government and business must face an important fact: the world is...

    Insights into the rural non-farm sector of Bangladesh

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    Traditionally, the rural non-farm (RNF) sector in Bangladesh consisted of an assortment of rural households dependent on a variety of livelihoods: artisans, barbers, petty...

    Job creation and inclusive growth as the agenda for covid-19 recovery

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    The effects of the covid-19 pandemic go beyond health implications to include vital socioeconomic factors. Measures to reduce the spread of the pandemic, such...

    Mujib’s economic policies and their relevance today

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    Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s economic policies were guided by his vision of establishing a democratic state with a just and equitable social order. He...