Nawshad Ahmed

Time to exploit the potential of local partners and products

It is important to encourage all development players to invest money and energy to maximise their contributions towards the GDP growth.

1m ago

Imperfect competition, subsidies and bailouts: Where is the policy balance

Competition law is not an end in itself and to use it, we need to have a good understanding of how markets work.

4m ago

Who can help utilise our development budget?

It has been observed that monitoring & evaluation functions within ministries and their departments are poorly understood, under-funded, and underutilised.

6m ago

Bangladesh needs to do better for its elderly

Globally, the older people are called senior citizens and they receive various support and benefits.

8m ago

What do Dhaka and Bangkok have in common?

Unplanned transport infrastructure.

11m ago

Community-based approach needed for environmental management in cities

Urban environmental management challenges are quite serious in Bangladesh due to unplanned urbanisation, and with no national policy to regulate it.

1y ago

The non-mystery behind Khulna city's declining population

Khulna, the third largest city of Bangladesh, with a current population of approximately 950,000 and land area spanning 40.8 square kilometres, is the only city in the country which has been experiencing a negative population growth over the last two decades.

1y ago

How do we overcome spatial inequality in Bangladesh?

Geographic inequalities can bring political tensions between local government leaders and national level policymakers and politicians.

1y ago
May 30, 2024
May 30, 2024

Time to exploit the potential of local partners and products

It is important to encourage all development players to invest money and energy to maximise their contributions towards the GDP growth.

March 10, 2024
March 10, 2024

Imperfect competition, subsidies and bailouts: Where is the policy balance

Competition law is not an end in itself and to use it, we need to have a good understanding of how markets work.

January 17, 2024
January 17, 2024

Who can help utilise our development budget?

It has been observed that monitoring & evaluation functions within ministries and their departments are poorly understood, under-funded, and underutilised.

November 15, 2023
November 15, 2023

Bangladesh needs to do better for its elderly

Globally, the older people are called senior citizens and they receive various support and benefits.

August 17, 2023
August 17, 2023

What do Dhaka and Bangkok have in common?

Unplanned transport infrastructure.

May 24, 2023
May 24, 2023

Community-based approach needed for environmental management in cities

Urban environmental management challenges are quite serious in Bangladesh due to unplanned urbanisation, and with no national policy to regulate it.

January 6, 2023
January 6, 2023

The non-mystery behind Khulna city's declining population

Khulna, the third largest city of Bangladesh, with a current population of approximately 950,000 and land area spanning 40.8 square kilometres, is the only city in the country which has been experiencing a negative population growth over the last two decades.

December 20, 2022
December 20, 2022

How do we overcome spatial inequality in Bangladesh?

Geographic inequalities can bring political tensions between local government leaders and national level policymakers and politicians.

November 23, 2022
November 23, 2022

How to make roads more durable in Bangladesh

The paved road network in Bangladesh has increased dramatically from 600 km in 1947, to 3,600 km in 1971, to the current figure of 375,000 km.

August 28, 2022
August 28, 2022

How to better connect Padma Bridge with south, southwestern Bangladesh

Improving road and railway connectivity is crucial for reaping the benefits of Padma Bridge.

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