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Impact Assessment of SME Foundation's Activities

Realizing the potential role of SMEs to enhance growth and poverty alleviation in the country, in 2007 the SME foundation was formed with a vision of becoming the one-window service delivery center for all small and medium enterprise. Since then the Foundation is working as a facilitator for...

Assess the Monitoring, Evaluation Procedure of BCCT and the Impact Assessment of CCTF Projects

The Government of Bangladesh has initiated a number of nationally and internationally acclaimed programmes to address climate vulnerabilities, one of which is the creation of Bangladesh Climate Change Trust (BCCT) to provide administrative and organizational support for overall management of the...

Why do bangladeshi cattle yield high positive returns? (IRLRB)

This study extends the recent debate on the rate of return of cattle rearing in India, triggered by Anagol et al (2017), Gehrke and Grimm (2018) and others, to the Bangladesh context and finds that the apparent paradox of widespread cattle rearing despite negative return in India absent. We use a...

Stylized Facts of the Statistical Properties of Risk and Return of the Dhaka Stock Exchange: 1991-2015

While the role of financial market, particularly the stock market, in promoting economic growth through efficient allocation of capital is well recognized, the investors of the developing economies have little knowledge about the return and risk of the markets they operate in. Even in the...

An evaluation of bscic industrial estates

The evaluation of BSCIC estates covers various aspects of an estate that needs to be considered, such as plot allocation and utilization, occupancy rate, estate turnover ratio, estate management, estate revenue generation, firm performance etc. A total of 10389 plots was developed in 74 estates,...

An Analysis of the Link between Education and the First Demographic Dividend of Bangladesh

The demographic dividend results from the increasing share of working age population to total population. This phenomenon is referred to as the “First Demographic Dividend.” The same window of opportunity is assumed to be closed after a few decades, with the introduction of a “second”...

South-South Ideas: Report on the Potential for Monitoring and Evaluation of Special Economic Zones in Bangladesh (2019)

This research report is the result of a scoping visit to Bangladesh in August 2018 within the context of the early stage of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) programme for special economic zones (SEZs) of the Institute of New Structural Economics (INSE) at Peking University, China. It is the...

Impact Assessment of South Asia WASH Results Programme (SAWRP): 2014-2018

The South Asia WASH Results Programme (SAWRP) refers to the work undertaken by the consortium in delivering improvements in access to and use of WASH facilities. SAWRP has been working to improve water, sanitation and hygiene outcomes in Bangladesh since 2014. The objective was to promote and...

Gender Differentiated Impacts of Kerosene Subsidy Reform in Bangladesh

The report examines from a gender perspective the impact of subsidies and reform to kerosene in Bangladesh. The research was based around two overall research questions: “How do existing kerosene or LPG subsidy policies affect the welfare, productivity and empowerment of women and girls in...

Crop Diversification for Dietary Diversity and Nutrients Intake: Evidence from Bangladeshi Farm Households

Using two rounds of nationally representative Bangladesh Integrated Household Survey (BIHS- 2011-12, 2015) data and a panel data model, we aim to explore the linkages, if any, among household crop diversification, household dietary diversity and per capita nutrients intake of households. Over the...

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