I am Coordinator for Doctoral Programmes in Graduate School of Management,
Multimedia University, Malaysia. I worked in the Department of Economics, University of
Birmingham, University of Bath and University of Chittagong as a faculty member. My main
research interests include: New open economy macroeconomics; interest rate pass-through;
asset price bubble; inter-generational transfer; workers' remittance; extrinsic
uncertainties and economic growth. 

Fiscal Policy

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FTA with India and Malaysia, The Financial Express (2010)
 

Growth of Government Expenditure in Bangladesh: An Empirical Enquiry into the Validity of Wagner's Law (with Mohammad Abul Kalam), Global Economy Journal (2010)

The study empirically investigates ‘Wagner's law,' the relationship between ‘social progress' and ‘growth of state...

 

Economic Development

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Determinants of Sectoral R&D Investment in the UK: A Dymanic Panel Approach (with Muhammad S. Rahman and Wan F.W Yusoff), Review of European Studies (2013)

We estimate the determinants of R&D expenditure in the UK by using sectoral data of...

 

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Determinants of Economic Growth: Further Evidence (with M A. Hossain) (2013)

The paper empirically estimates the effects of both intrinsic and extrinsic determinants on economic growth....

 

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Bridging the gap between policymakers and academics (with M. A. Majumder), The Financial Express (2011)
 

Growth of Government Expenditure in Bangladesh: An Empirical Enquiry into the Validity of Wagner's Law (with Mohammad Abul Kalam), Global Economy Journal (2010)

The study empirically investigates ‘Wagner's law,' the relationship between ‘social progress' and ‘growth of state...

 

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Electronic Banking Practices in Bangladesh (with M.S.U. Khan and M.Z. Raihan), Asian Journal of Information Technology (2004)
 

International Trade

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The First and Second Stage Pass-through of Exchange Rates: A Developing Country Perspective (with Nick Horsewood and Somnath Sen), Review of Development Economics (2014)

This paper investigates the validity of the conventional wisdom that, unlike in developed countries, exchange...

 

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Exchange Rate Pass-Through to External and Internal Prices: A Developing Country Perspective (with M.S. Rahman, M.A. Majumder, and S Sen), Journal of Applied Business and Economics (2013)

We estimate the exchange rate pass-through to external and internal prices of a developing country,...

 

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Modelling Import Demand Function for a Developing Country: An Empirical Approach, Asian-African Journal of Economics and Econometrics (2013)

The study focuses on the empirical modelling of aggregate import demand function for developing countries....

 

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Does A Real Devaluation Improve The Balance Of Trade?: Empirics From Bangladesh Economy, Journal of Developing Areas (2012)

Similar to many other developing countries Bangladesh, which is the country of my concern, has...

 

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FTA with India and Malaysia, The Financial Express (2010)
 

Marketing

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Service quality and behavioural intentions in broadband services selection, Marketing Intelligence & Planning (2014)

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine consumers’ perceptions and their behavioural...

 

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Broadband Services Selection Criteria of Young Users: Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analytic Approach, International Journal of Business and Social Science (2013)

The purpose of this paper is to examine young users’ behavioral intention in selecting an...

 

Monetary Policy

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Interest Rate Pass-Through in the UK: Has the Transmission Mechanism Changed During the Financial Crisis? (with Ahmad H. Ahmad and Shahina Rummun), Economic Issues (2013)

Interest rate has been the monetary policy tool used by the modern central banks. For...

 

Open Economy Macroeconomics

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The First and Second Stage Pass-through of Exchange Rates: A Developing Country Perspective (with Nick Horsewood and Somnath Sen), Review of Development Economics (2014)

This paper investigates the validity of the conventional wisdom that, unlike in developed countries, exchange...