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Fertility effects of education: If compulsory primary education really helped lower population growth in Bangladesh
It has been already proved that an educated woman takes less children than an uneducated woman. Fertility and education share a negative relation, experienced by both developed and developing countries. Female education ...
Perspectives of Facilitators and Parents about the Development of ASD Children
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 ...
The Asian currency crisis: looking back and lessons forward
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 ...
THE ECONOMIC COSTS OF CORRUPTION: DOES CORRUPTION REALLY AFFECT GDP PER CAPITA?
Corruption, being one of the most common characteristics of developing countries, has earned the subtle recognition of crippler to the economy. However, the co-existence of underdevelopment and corruption makes it important ...
Creating a FDI friendly economy: An analysis of selected South Asian countries
This paper studies the impacts that Economic Freedom and GDP of four South Asian countries (Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) have in attracting FDI. This study was conducted to examine whether FDI had a positive ...
Bangladesh graduates LDC status: An achievement or challenge for the RMG sector?
In 1971 the United Nation comes for a concept known as LDC. In this concept they enlisted nondeveloped countries. Bangladesh is one of this enlisted country. Because of Bangladesh's LDC status, it gets many benefits from ...