Fahmida Khatun

Foreign direct investment in the energy and power sector in Bangladesh: Implications for economic growth

In this paper we present a discussion on current energy and power situation of the country, and examine the causal relationship between FDI in the energy and power sector, and economic growth in Bangladesh for the period 1972–2010. Related trend reveals a considerable gap between energy production and energy use during this period. Moreover, inflow.. Read More

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Policy agenda for addressing climate change in Bangladesh: Copenhagen and beyond

The paper analyses the impact of climate change on Bangladesh, and focuses on initiatives within the country to mitigate against climate change. The most severe impact of global warming is expected to be felt in the rising sea level of the Bay of Bengal, which is anticipated to submerge 20 per cent of the total.. Read More

Policy agenda for addressing climate change in Bangladesh: Copenhagen and beyond

The paper analyses the impact of climate change on Bangladesh, and focuses on initiatives within the country to mitigate against climate change. The most severe impact of global warming is expected to be felt in the rising sea level of the Bay of Bengal, which is anticipated to submerge 20 per cent of the total.. Read More

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