Recent Submissions

  • Relationship Between Trade Openness & Economic Growth Of Bangladesh: Time Series Analysis 

    Sahariar, Monem (2019-08-29)
    Does Trade Openness really be a benefit to Bangladesh? Is this relationship positive or negative? These are the type of questions that can never be answered conclusively. However, there is no in attempting to investigate ...
  • Impact of female employment on child mortality In Bangladesh 

    Chadni, Nasrin Islam (United International University, 2019-07-28)
    In today’s era for any country, it is really very important to have woman participation in the labor force. In this regard, if Bangladesh labor force can have the participation of both man and woman then surely it can ...
  • The Extent of Impact of Different Factors on Female Education in Developed and Developing Countries 

    Sizan, Sadat Hassan (2019-08-05)
    Female education is more than a blessing to every nation as female citizens play a significant role in nation’s economic prosperity. But the real scenario is women are facing obstacles in getting education even in ...
  • Impact of Remittance on Income Inequality in Bangladesh 

    Jamal, Jumana (2019-01)
    Does foreign remittance inflow increase income inequality? Or is it the other way around? These are the type of questions that can never be answered conclusively. However, there is no harm in attempting to investigate the ...
  • RESEARCH PAPER ON Impact on Dhaka Metro Rail 

    Islam, Md. Gazzaly (United International University, 2019)
    In light of an essential study of customer of Dhaka metro rail and other transport proprietor in Dhaka, Bangladesh, this paper assesses the effect of the opening of Dhaka Metro rail in Dhaka city. Nowadays, aggressive ...
  • Integration of Transgender Population in the Labor Force of Bangladesh 

    Islam, Mainul (United International University, 2019)
    Hijra was not selected due to personal relation or any special interest in gender with a community. My choice arises from simple curiosity. I was curious to know who this irregularity and how they lived in their lives. ...
  • EFFECT OF HOME DISTANCE ON CGPA 

    Mim, Mumtahina (2019)
    First of all, all credit goes to Almighty Allah. I am really grateful to my university that it has created such an opportunity of research which always enriches our knowledge and wisdom. Secondly, I would like to express ...
  • Bangladesh graduates LDC status: An achievement or challenge for the RMG sector 

    Hossain, Rishad (2019)
    In 1971 the United Nation comes for a concept known as LDC. In this concept they enlisted non-developed countries. Bangladesh is one of this enlisted country. Because of Bangladesh's LDC status, it gets many benefits from ...
  • ASIAN CURRENCY CRISIS 

    Tasneem, Zeba (2019-02-13)
    The East Asian financial crisis has truly been an exceptional event. All of a sudden the most swiftly expanding victorious economies of the world were plunged into intense crisis. Beginning in 1997 of July, the Asian ...
  • APPLYING GRAVITY MODEL TO ANALYZE TRADE ACTIVITIES OF BANGLADESH 

    Joy, Md. Walliullah (United International University, 2019-04-30)
    Bangladesh agonizes from a long-lasting deficit in its potential trade. However, it has been trying to overcome this deficit since independence in 1971. Due to political and many other reasons, it could not trade at its ...
  • U.S.-China Trade War so far; what brought us here? 

    Hashem, Salman (2019-01)
    2018 was the year when the U.S.-China trade war officially transformed from being a ‘war of words’ to a war of actions. This paper focuses on three major areas; firstly. it talks about the causes behind this conflict; ...
  • A Cross Sectional Analysis On Economic Growth and Income Inequality 

    Ishrat, Sakia (2019-01-27)
    This paper aims to empirically estimate the effect of economic growth on income inequality for the time period of 2016. To conduct the study a total of 144 countries are taken with four independent variables. Using the ...
  • Determinants of Intention toward Social business: A Case Study in Bangladesh Using SEM 

    Banik, Tonwi (UIU, 2019-03-10)
    Bangladesh has been faced different social and economical problems. And as social organization has greater opportunities to solve several social problems in a financially sustainable way, the significance of social ...
  • FACTORS INFLUENCING YEARS OF SCHOOLING IN BANGLADESH 

    Chowdhury, Tausif Hossain (2019-02-15)
    This paper using the data from 1990 to 2016 and studies the long and short-run relationship between the "Expected years of schooling", "family income" and "family size". The Vector-Error Correction approach used for the ...
  • Project Report On Management of Foreign Exchange of Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited 

    Islam, Md. Zahidul (United International University, 2018-02-12)
    With the developing competitors among nationalized, Foreign and commercial banks is attempting in the matter of how the banks function its dealing with a record movement and how customer organization can be made engaging. ...
  • An Evaluation of the Credit Management Policy of City Bank Limited 

    Moury, Zannatul Moua (United International University, 2018-01-16)
    City Bank Limited is a commercial bank and its play a very important role in our country. The bank gives all types of backup of trade, commerce, industry and overall business of our country. With the active support and ...
  • Impacts of Paternal Education on Child Health 

    Islam, Sayema (2018-11-07)
  • Factors Affecting Economic Growth of Bangladesh 

    Afrin, Farhana (2018-10-29)
    Higher economic growth is very important to achieve the vision of Bangladesh. Thus this study tries to figure out the impact of determinants of economic growth of Bangladesh using time series data has taken from the period ...
  • Quality Assurance of Biman Bangladesh and US bangla airlines 

    Unknown author (2018-10-22)
    Nowadays Air transportation is very popular mode of transportation. For air transportation we can easily move from one corner to another corner around the world. Now many airlines exist in our country to provide service ...
  • THE IMPACTS OF STUDENTS’ PART TIME JOBS ON THEIR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE 

    Rahaman, Shahinur (2018-09-22)
    The purpose of the study is to evaluate the impacts of part time jobs on students’ academic performance (CGPA). Here, we have used primary data collected from selected 109 students randomly in UIU. This study estimates ...

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