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FACTORS AFFECTING UNDER FIVE MORTALITY: Evidence from Bangladesh
Bangladesh has been successful in reducing under-5 mortality, which is one of the indicators used to measure child mortality in MDG. From the year 2000 to 2010, the percentage of death of children aged under-5 reduced ...
Tax evasion: An Exercise with Principal Agent Model
This paper defines the concept of tax evasion, catalogues the various factors affecting the tax evasion and outlines a feasible solution of it. People are evading taxes mainly because of the tax burden, tax limitations and ...
Impact of GDP, Inflation and Exchange rate on the inflow of foreign direct investment in South Asia
The effects of the expansion rate, conversion standard and GDP per capita concentrations onto pulling in remote direct speculation that enhances its main segment (agriculture, advancement and Machineries) for better money ...
KEY DETERMINANTS OF INFLATION RATE IN BANGLADESH
Inflation can be said to be the backsliding taxation against the poor. Bangladesh has shown a consistent growth over the past decade but inflation has always been alongside it. The paper shows the causal relationship of ...
Impact of Economic Growth and Inflation on Unemployment in Bangladesh: A Time Series Analysis
(United International University, 2018-07-10)
This study investigates the effect of economic growth and inflation on unemployment in case of Bangladesh using time series data considering the period of 1991 to 2015. Variables of the study include unemployment as a ...
Determinants of Unemployment in Bangladesh
An Empirical Multivariate Time Series Analysis of the United States’ Production Function
This paper attempts to empirically review the United States’ production function.The impact of hours worked/capital that is average weekly hours of production divided by capital stock, annual government total expenditures ...