Policy Research Institute - PRI Bangladesh

The Policy Research Institute of Bangladesh (PRI) is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of the Bangladesh economy, its key policy challenges, domestically, and in a rapidly integrating global marketplace.

The First BEF Conference

No BEF Papers Title Authors Name
1 Dynamics of Secondary Education and Emerging Concerns Hossain Zillur Rahman
2 Bangladesh: Universal Access to Education by 2030? (2021?) Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad
3 Inequality in Bangladesh A. R. Khan
4 Social Protection for All: Learning from Lessons on the Ground S. R. Osmani
5 Human Capital and Inclusive Growth: The Challenges for Bangladesh Rizwanul Islam
6 Growth and Governance: Making the Transition Wahiduddin Mahmud
7 Need for Reforms in Governance for Economic Growth M. Khalid Shams
8 Food Policy, Rice Exports and Full Information Salim Rashid
9 Sustaining Food Security: Achievements and Challenges Mahabub Hossain
10 Sustainable Development under Climate Change and Environmental Stress from Accelerated Growth Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad
11 Urbanization in Bangladesh: Challenges and Priorities Hossain Zillur Rahman
12 Vision 2030: What Lies Ahead for Bangladesh in a Post-MDGs World? Mustafa K. Mujeri
13 Infrastructure Constraints to Growth & Development Mohammed Farashuddin
14 Challenges of Export-Led Growth Breaking into new markets and new products Zaidi Sattar
15 Public Finance and Urban Development in Bangladesh Salehuddin Ahmed
16 Bangladesh Capital Market Mirza Azizul Islam
17 Searching for Sources of Growth in Bangladesh Sadiq Ahmed
18 Sustaining Bangladesh’s Growth and Development with Financial Stability and Inclusiveness Atiur Rahman
19 Vision 2030 - Avoiding the Middle Income Trap and Jobless Growth: Overcoming Binding Constraints to Growth and Getting Policies and Institutions Right Mohiuddin Alamgir
20 Farming, fertility, food: why has Bangladesh done better than expected? Can it continue to do so? Michael Lipton, Sussex University, Brighton, England

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