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    • Analysis of Service Quality of Biman Bangladesh Airlines 

      Ahmed, Raihan Uddin (2018)
      ABSTRACT Service provided by air transportation is the standard mode of transportation around the world. Bangladesh air transportations provide different qualities in air transportation service for their travelers or ...
    • Assessing the Level of Satisfaction of Grameenphone Subscribers 

      Hossain, Munir (2018)
      Grameenphone is the most popular cellular operator in Bangladesh. In this study, we have tried to find out the key services of Grameenphone, that has affected customer satisfaction of the subscribers of Grameenphone. Some ...
    • Barriers to Female Education in Bangladesh 

      Ferdous, Jannatul (2018-02-06)
      For social and economic development education is equally important for both man and women. However, in Bangladesh, a significant gap still exists between male and female education attainment. The purpose of this research ...
    • Bilateral Trade between India and Bangladesh: The Dumping Issue 

      Elahi, Syed Margub (United International University, 2018-01-24)
      The trades between two countries were long before the liberation war of Bangladesh but as soon as both economies started flourishing India played different strategy on restricting imports from Bangladesh. There were several ...
    • BILATERAL TRADE DEFICIT OF BANGLADESH WITH CHINA, INDIA, PAKISTAN & SINGAPORE 

      Abdullah, Tamanna (United International University, 2018-01-23)
      From the very beginning, China, India, Pakistan and Singapore have been major and significant partners of Bangladesh both economically and politically. Unfortunately, it is recently estimated that Bangladesh has highest ...
    • BRAIN DRAIN: FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENT MIGRATION FROM BANGLADESH 

      Chowdhury, Farhat (United International University, 2018-07-10)
      Human capital is an integral source for a country's development, but due to the massive emigration of the intelligent and highly skilled students, Bangladesh is experiencing a brain drain. The objective of the paper is to ...
    • Determinants of Maternal Mortality: The Case of Nine South-Asian Countries 

      Monika, Benazir Hasan (2018-01-08)
      According to World Health Organization (WHO) maternal mortality is “the death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration and site of the pregnancy, from any causes ...
    • THE EFFECT OF FOREIGN AID ON CORRUPTION IN AFRICA AND ASIA 

      Mredula, Farzana Awlad (2018-01-16)
      Foreign aid is often given to less developed countries to transfer resources with the hope to bring benefits and improvements to the receiving society. However, various forms of corruption often hinder aid effectiveness. ...
    • Factors Affecting Per Capita GDP in Bangladesh: An Econometric Analysis 

      Islam, Rafiqul (United International University, 2017-12-12)
      GDP is one amongst the first indicators of a country’s economic performance. Per capita grossdomestic product also can be accustomed live the productivity of a country's hands. speedy valuegrowth has propelled Bangla Desh ...
    • Growth Analysis: Convergence and Determinants 

      Fardush, Tanoor (2018-01-23)
      This thesis attempts to empirically analysis the neoclassical form of Solow-Swan which mostly construct on recognize the determinants of growth. This thesis is separated in to two parts. In first part we ...
    • Happiness and Economic Growth: A cross sectional analysis 

      Rozario, Mary Mony (2018-06-27)
      Happiness is something that cannot be measured. It is more like a way of living than a state. People thrives for it but it never came out to be an important matter of discussion that happiness depends on what? It can be ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 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 ...
    • A Report on the Income and Rural Development Scheme Participation 

      Akhter, Tanjila (2018-03)
      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 ...
    • RMG WORKER’S WAGE IN BANGLADESH-A REVIEW 

      Tahsin, Karishma (United International University, 2018-02-27)
      Being a geographically small country, Bangladesh with its readymade garment (RMG) sector has progressed remarkably on a global scale. Contributing more than eighty percent of the country’s total exports today1, RMG of ...
    • A Study on Pedestrian Deaths in Dhaka City Road Accidents 

      Bhuiyan, Md. Meillatul Islam (2018-01-04)
      Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh. It is one of the most populated cities in the world. Living standard in Dhaka city is not very good. It is listed as one of the worst cities to live in1 . But, what about the ...
    • Unemployment Problem in Bangladesh and Its Impact on Economic Growth 

      Akter, Nasrin (2018)
      This paper analyzes the relationship between unemployment and its impact on economic growth in Bangladesh. We have tested the relation between unemployment and economic growth using a panel data covering four South-Asian ...