Dr. Mohammad Harunur Rashid Bhuyan, a Fulbright scholar,
completed his Master of Arts in Sociology from the New School University of the
United States of America in 2007. He obtained his PhD from Monash University
Australia in 2015. His doctoral studies at Monash University, Australia, as an
Endeavour scholar, examine peasants' perceptions and responses to natural
disaster in light of economics and politics of resilience. He has been working
in BIDS since April 2004. Dr. Bhuyan is the author of "Corruption after the
cyclone: a case study from Bangladesh" in A. Weigold & L. Brennan
(Eds.), Re-thinking India: Perceptions from Australia published in 2013 from
Readworthy Publications (P) Ltd. (http://www.aii.unimelb.edu.au/news/re-thinking-india-perceptions-australia).
He also co-authored The Social Dimensions of Adaptation to Climate Change in
Bangladesh published by the World Bank, Washington DC in 2010 (http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2010/12/13431394/social-dimensions-adaptation-climate-change-bangladesh).
Moreover, he published many journal articles, research reports and research
monograph on various issues such as: social power structure, food security,
child rights, women empowerment, population and development, good governance
and human well-being etc.
Home page http://mhbhuyan.wordpress.com
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