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    • The Impact of Health Expenditures on Economic Growth in Bangladesh 

      Hossain, Sabbir (United International University, 2020-11-02)
      ‘The groundwork of all happiness is good health’ – Leigh Hunt. Good health would require better expenses on it, but how about at least some expenses on health impacting economic growth in a developing country like Bangladesh. ...
    • The Impact of Human Development on Economic Growth: Emphasizing Bangladesh 

      Biswas, Jocelyn (United International University, 2021-02-20)
      Development is the key to surviving any new change in our way, be it biological or economical. Bangladesh, as a developing country has also been focusing on the human development policies to face the challenges of a growing ...
    • Impact of Labour Force Participation on Economic Growth in South Asian Countries 

      Rahman, Maliha Mahru (2018-06-07)
      The South Asian region has developed socially and economically over the last few decades. Economic development of this region has provided more work opportunities for underprivileged men and women, changing the employment ...
    • 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 ...
    • Impact of Unemployment on economic growth in Bangladesh 

      Islam, Asraful (2019-09-07)
      This study estimate the impact unemployment and fdi on economic growth using yearly data for 1981-2018. Unit Root test, Co – integration and VECM model tests takes remained showed in this Research paper. This paper showed ...
    • Impact of Urbanization on Socio-Economic Status & Environmental Condition of Bangladesh 

      Tabashum, Sarjana (2019-09-29)
      The focus of this paper is on migration in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, which identifies the reasons for the migration process. Rural urban migration is a key component of the rapid and unplanned growth of cities and ...
    • Impacts of Paternal Education on Child Health 

      Islam, Sayema (2018-11-07)
    • 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 ...
    • 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. ...
    • An investigative report on the Rural Development Scheme (RDS) Included participants Income 

      Akhter, Tanjila (2018-04-17)
      Micro finance plays most important role in economic sectors of a developing country. Being a developing country Bangladesh suffers from various issues of poverty. The outrageous population of Bangladesh makes its economy ...
    • Labor Market and the Real Wage in Bangladesh 

      Alam, Afrina Bushra (United International University, 2020-08-06)
      This paper provides an outline of Bangladesh’s labor market and its real-wage patterns. The labor market of any developing country like Bangladesh remains in peak of the concern. Real wage reflects the purchasing power of ...
    • Labor Migration from Bangladesh: Governance Problems and Way forwards 

      Khan, Shahmina (2018-06-07)
      This research analyzed the governance aspects of the ‘international labour migration' from Bangladesh. Both through primary and secondary information, it is evident that, there are three broad issues in managing migration ...
    • NGOs Role in Women Empowerment 

      Tanassum, Samira (2018-06-07)
      Women have attained a great deal in the past few years but there are still areas of discrimination which exists. Non-governmental organizations are playing a significant role in developing the empowerment process of the ...
    • Oil price and its impact on Bangladesh economy 

      Jahan, Alina; Jahan, Alina (United International University, 2020-09-08)
      This paper showcases the effect of oil pricing in Bangladesh’s economy. Previously oil prices especially crude oil prices skyrocketed because of syndicates and high demand across the globe. Recently owing to electric ...
    • Okun’s Law in SAARC nations 

      Nawrin, Nadia (2019-09-30)
      This study intents to test Okun’s Law in SAARC nations and if job creation is associated with economic growth. The sample includes seven SAARC nations – Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Maldives, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. ...
    • Online Banking in Bangladesh 

      Arefin, Syeda Faika (UIU, 2020-07-13)
      Online Banking is very much essential for our country. My study tried to show the present condition of online /Electronic Banking in Bangladesh as well as the common features of online Banking in our country. My studies ...
    • An Overview of Remittance Flow in Bangladesh 

      Unknown author (United International University, 2019-11-03)
      Bangladesh is one of the highest remittance recipient countries in the Asian region. Every year approximately 400,000 workers move to developed countries in search for job opportunities. Consequently, their departure creates ...
    • Perspectives of Facilitators and Parents about the Development of ASD Children 

      Feroz, Rifat (2019)
      The purpose of the study is to access Perspectives of Facilitators and Parents about the learning methods and other Development of ASD Children. The engagement of parents, facilitators or healthcare professional’s household ...
    • 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. ...
    • 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 ...