4th Bangladesh Economic Summit Holds Research Paper Presentation Session





Every year, the Center for Economic Studies (ESC) publishes the Bangladesh Students’ Digest on Economics and Development (BSDED), a student journal containing research articles written by undergraduate and postgraduate students.

On February 28, a research paper presentation session was held within the framework of the 4th Bangladesh Economic Summit, where authors from different South Asian countries, whose research papers have been published in BSDED Volume IV , had the opportunity to present the main findings of their research to the distinguished guest and session chair.

The special guest for this segment was Dr. Rizwanul Islam, former Special Adviser, Employment Sector, International Labor Office, Geneva. The session was chaired by Dr. Sayema ​​Haque Bidisha, Professor, Department of Economics, University of Dhaka.

The students presented papers on a wide range of topics, including educational inequalities in Sri Lanka, the permanent income hypothesis in Bangladesh, and the effect of FDI on migration.

Kaustav Sen, a student at the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, presented the first article. Pasan Wijayawardhana from the University of Sri Jayewardenepura made the second presentation.

The third paper was presented by Zaeem-Al Ehsan from IBA, University of Dhaka. Kishan Poudel, Bhawana Basnet and Sudarshan Gautam were Nepali students who co-authored the fourth article.

The final document was presented by Jawad Shams and Ragib Anjum from the University of Dhaka. All of the research has been thought-provoking and insightful.

At the end of the session, the honorable special guest, Dr Rizwanul Islam, delivered a amazing speech and provided invaluable instruction on research methods to students of economics. He described five essential components of a country’s development to treat.

“You have to go beyond the indicators; there is no substitute for hard work and “, did he declare. He also said that any country’s top priority should be health.

AT At the end of his speech, he congratulated the CES for having put together such an informative and long session.

Dr. Sayema ​​Haque Bidisha demonstrated effective strategies for writing research paper. In her closing remarks, she said, “Being a good human being is more important than being a good economist.

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