A Framework to Assess Digital Transformation in a Technologically Less-Developed Country: Challenges and Opportunities in Bangladesh
Sajjad Zohir | Abstract The journey towards a ‘digital world’, is often perceived in terms of three sequentially linked ‘phases’, digitization, digitalization and digital transformation. This paper considers digitalization as the process that transforms an analog world into a digital world. Subsequently, attempt is made to understand it’s dynamics in a technologically less developed country (TLDC). Two important departures from the dominant stands in the literature were made in...
Training Need Assessment for the Digital Entrepreneurship and Innovation Eco-System Development (DEIEDP)
Economic Research Group has recently completed a study titled “Human Resource Development for Scaling up IT/ITES Firms, and Leveraging Digital Entrepreneurship and Innovations-An Assessment of Training Needs“. The overarching objective of this study was to recommend ways to scale up IT/ITES firms and leverage digital entrepreneurship and startups through skill development. To address this issue, the study reviewed the growth models of IT/ITES firms to highlight the role of skill...
Financing Products and Delivery Channels in Bangladesh:Opportunities & Challenges Research Report Author(s): Sajjad Zohir, Shafiun Shimul, Asad Karim Khan Priyo, Tariq Ali, K M Masnun Hossain Published by: Economic Research Group (ERG) [
Political Economy of Water Supply in Khulna City Understanding the Regime of Rampant Groundwater Extraction
Working Paper Author(S): Sajjad Zohir, Md. Salauddin Published by: Economic Research Group (ERG) This study uses analytical, operational, extensive literature and iterative process to solve three main objectives. (i) the growth of groundwater-dependent water supply regime and political economic factor have led to current condition. (ii) understand the current state of groundwater-dependent regime in KCC area. (iii) identify stakeholders (public or private) of every supply chain and where they stand...