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Socio-Economic Progress with Poor Governance: How are Amartya Sen’s Thoughts Relevant for Contemporary Bangladesh?

Wahiduddin Mahmud – Keynote presentation at the inaugural programme of the year-long “Study Circle on the Thoughts of Amartya Sen” organized by Banglar Pathsala Foundation, Dhaka, 9 March, 2020 he overriding concerns of Amartya Sen’s writings are about how to promote public action towards achieving an equitable and just society, which particularly addresses the needs of the underprivileged. While his ideas are of great relevance for all developing countries, this...

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আন্তর্জাতিক ব্যবস্থাপনার সংহতিকালে দুর্বল দেশের রাজনৈতিক অর্থনীতি

Sajjad Zohir | Daily Bonik Barta | 28 April, 2021 | কিছু স্বল্পোন্নত দেশের অভিজ্ঞতা এবং গত দুই দশকের বেশি সময় বিশ্বজুড়ে  যা ঘটেছে, তার নিরিখে আমি সমাজ, অর্থনীতি ও রাজনীতির অঙ্গনে পরিলক্ষিত কিছু নিয়ম বা সম্পর্কের উল্লেখ করব। এগুলোকে ধ্রুব সত্য না ভেবে পর্যবেক্ষণ গণ্য করে কয়েকটি ‘মন্তব্য’ হিসেবে উল্লেখ করব। মন্তব্যগুলোকে যুক্তিপরম্পরায় গ্রথিত করে দুর্বল দেশগুলোর সংকটের উৎস ও স্বকীয়তা রক্ষার সম্ভাবনার প্রতি আলোকপাত করব। প্রতিটি মন্তব্যের ওপর...

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Thinking Like an Economist: A Developing Country Perspective

-Wahiduddin Mahmud- This essay examines how economists are trained to look at economic issues differently than others. By using examples, it discusses the distinctive perspectives that can be gained from such economic concepts as counterfactuals, sunk cost or comparative vis-à-vis absolute advantage; it also illustrates how using the logic derived from abstract economic models can help avoid arguments at cross-purposes in public discourses. The essay argues that, in spite of...

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Economics of Politics in a Weak Nation

-Sajjad Zohir- Reflecting on experiences around the world, this brief was prepared prior to making a presentation at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in 2007 and was shared with friends and colleagues back home. All mentions of time periods are with reference to 2007. ‘Global Governance’ was added to the title in 2021. Drawing upon experiences in some of the less developed countries and the happenings around the...

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