Abdullah Shibli

AN OPEN DIALOGUE

Dr Abdullah Shibli is an Economist, and IT consultant. He previously worked for Harvard University and the World Bank.

Daniel Kahneman and his influence on our policymaking

One of my favourite economists, Daniel Kahneman passed away a few weeks ago, on March 27.

1w ago

What Bangladesh needs to do to shift gears

So, what is the takeaway for Bangladesh from these warnings coming from different corners?

4w ago

I cry for thee, Sadi

Wherever you are, Sadi, you will be missed.

1m ago

Climate monitoring and AI: The Copernicus Project

The Copernicus Report is another reminder for global leaders about the global warming trajectory that we are on now.

2m ago

Are the Fed and Biden engaged in a duel?

The Federal Reserve System (Fed), the arbiter of monetary policy in the US, is facing a number of challenges

2m ago

Why do university graduates remain unemployed?

The responsibility for the current employability skills gap in Bangladesh is shared by many parties, including students and the UGC.

3m ago

The strange economics behind Trump’s resurgence

The latest Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll shows Trump leading Biden by seven points.

3m ago

Could we (please) do better in controlling food prices?

There have been reports of increase in food prices in domestic markets during the post-election weeks

3m ago
May 12, 2024
May 12, 2024

Daniel Kahneman and his influence on our policymaking

One of my favourite economists, Daniel Kahneman passed away a few weeks ago, on March 27.

April 21, 2024
April 21, 2024

What Bangladesh needs to do to shift gears

So, what is the takeaway for Bangladesh from these warnings coming from different corners?

March 31, 2024
March 31, 2024

I cry for thee, Sadi

Wherever you are, Sadi, you will be missed.

March 16, 2024
March 16, 2024

Climate monitoring and AI: The Copernicus Project

The Copernicus Report is another reminder for global leaders about the global warming trajectory that we are on now.

March 3, 2024
March 3, 2024

Are the Fed and Biden engaged in a duel?

The Federal Reserve System (Fed), the arbiter of monetary policy in the US, is facing a number of challenges

February 19, 2024
February 19, 2024

Why do university graduates remain unemployed?

The responsibility for the current employability skills gap in Bangladesh is shared by many parties, including students and the UGC.

February 4, 2024
February 4, 2024

The strange economics behind Trump’s resurgence

The latest Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll shows Trump leading Biden by seven points.

January 21, 2024
January 21, 2024

Could we (please) do better in controlling food prices?

There have been reports of increase in food prices in domestic markets during the post-election weeks

January 9, 2024
January 9, 2024

What the economy may look like in 2024

The verdict so far is that the year will see slow GDP growth but also experience lower inflation.

December 24, 2023
December 24, 2023

Reducing methane emissions in our agriculture

It has been known for decades that submerged paddy-growing fields are a major source of methane gas.

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