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    Timeline of selected policy streams  

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    On macro-economy  Bangladesh conducts its macroeconomic growth and development policy through a method of mid- and long-term planning over designated periods. These plans act as...

    Proceed with caution, and hope

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    Protecting lives and livelihoods was the challenge facing the world as soon as it became clear that covid-19 was here to stay. Governments around...

    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...

    Data, digitalisation and public welfare post-covid-19

    As oil was once the new gold, data is now the new oil. The 2009 political promise to establish a “Digital Bangladesh” heralded the...

    A new compact for the creative community?

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    The covid-19 pandemic had a sudden and substantial impact on the arts and cultural sector. The global health crisis and the uncertainty resulting from...

    Getting all Bangladeshis to wear masks

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    The case for universal mask use to slow the spread of covid-19 is disarmingly simple: people with respiratory illnesses must wear masks to avoid...

    Cohesive education in the time of covid-19

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    Bangladesh’s extraordinary development trajectory has established the country as a paragon of neoliberal growth – a remarkable feat for a young nation saddled with...

    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...

    Geopolitical consequences of covid-19: rethinking diplomacy in Bangladesh

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    Historically, the consequences of pandemics have always been ground-shifting. With drastic increases in mortality and morbidity, they have led to significant economic, social and...