Bangladesh Development Outcomes And Challenges In The Context Of Globalization

  • Impact of Globalization on Bangladesh

    Impact Of Globalization On Bangladesh Globalization has become a buzzword in the new era of international relations. Basically it is a process of expanding trade and commerce all over the world by creating a frontier-less market. But now it has had a far-reaching effect on many aspects of life Impact Of Globalization On Bangladesh : Impact of globalization is obvious in the following spheres : • Impact On Communication : With the impact of high-tech communication media and ultramodern transportation

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  • Positive Impacts of Globalization in Bangladesh Economy (a Case Study of Bd).

    1.8 Limitation of the study ………………………………………........10 (2)Chapter-Two 2.1 Definition…………………………………………………………..11 2.2 Globalization and Bangladesh Economy………………………….11 2.3 Bangladesh and WTO …………………………………................11-12 2.4 Composition of Import & Export in Bangladesh………………….12 2.5 Foreign Investment in Bangladesh: In global Context……………13 2.6 Growth in Manufacturing GDP…………………………………….14 2.7 Broad Sector Shares in GDP at Constant Prices…………………..15

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  • Development of Apparel Industry in Bangladesh

    Development of Apparel Industry in Bangladesh Garment Industry Large-scale production of readymade garments (RMG) in organised factories is a relatively new phenomenon in Bangladesh. Until early sixties, individual tailors made garments as per specifications provided by individual customers who supplied the fabrics. The domestic market for readymade garment, excepting children wears and men's knit underwear (genji) was virtually non-existent in Bangladesh until the sixties. Since the late 1970s

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  • Development of Financial Market in Bangladesh

    DEVELOPMENT OF FINANCIAL MARKET IN BANGLADESH 1. INTRODUCTION The financial system in South Asia is dominated by the banking system in terms of assets, or finance of private households and domestic companies; major financial institutions are banks. This is why financial instrument of the financial market of Bangladesh are bank dominated. But a developed and diversified financial system with a sound debt and equity market enhances risk pooling and risk sharing opportunities for investors and

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  • Globalization

    Introduction Globalization has become a sort of fashionable buzz-word. It is quite often said but seldom with the same meaning. Globalisation has been an important factor in accelerating democracy’s growth in recent decades. In this globalized world, rapid development and global proliferation of new technologies and telecommunications, and integration of the world economy through trade and investment, have increased the role and power of regional and global institutions. This promoted and strengthened

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  • Globalization

    Globalization and Bangladesh According to Oxford Dictionary “Globalization is the fact that different cultures and economic systems around the world are becoming connected and similar to each other because, of the influence of large multinational companies and of improved communication”. According to Wikipedia (an web encyclopedia) Globalization refers to increasing global connectivity, integration and interdependence in the economic, social, technological, cultural, political, and ecological

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  • Promoting Women’s Entrepreneurship Through Sme: Growth and Development in the Context of Bangladesh

    Promoting Women’s Entrepreneurship through SME: Growth and Development in the context of Bangladesh Afiya Sultana * Lecturer, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Science and Technology Chittagong, Post Box- 1079, Chittagong, Bangladesh. Abstract: Women’s entrepreneurship is an inevitable part of country’s economic development process. The main objective of this study is to having an overview of women entrepreneurs in Bangladesh and growth situation through SME. The issue covered

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  • Bangladesh Development Research Center (Bdrc)

    Bangladesh Development Research Working Paper Series (BDRWPS) BDRWPS No. 6 (May 2009) An Analysis of SAFTA in the Context of Bangladesh Md. Joynal Abdin The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC) The views and interpretations in this paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC). Copyright © 2009 Bangladesh Development Research

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  • The Development of a Code-of-Ethics: It Challenges

    The development of a code-of-ethics: IT challenges Geraldetta Lovelace Northcentral University The development of a code-of-ethics: IT challenges The problem to be investigated is the development of a relevant and effective code of ethics to address the ethical use of and the ethical issues related to the use of Information Technology (IT). The use of IT, like every innovation that has the potential to change lives for good, also has the potential for harm, however IT “seems to create more

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  • Globalization

    GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON BANGLADESH ECONOMY A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree MASTER OF MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE Strategy by RAHMAN MD FAIZUR, MAJOR, BANGLADESH M.D.S., National University of Bangladesh, 2004 Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 2005 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE Form Approved OMB No. 0704-0188 Public reporting

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  • The Challenge of Leadership Development

    Point of view What the future demands: The growing challenge of global leadership development B What the future demands: The growing challenge of global leadership development Companies worldwide seem to be seized by a new enthusiasm for innovation and growth after a sobering period of retrenchment and downsizings. Fast-moving technologies, rapid global expansion, shifting business models, mergers and acquisitions all hold out dazzling possibilities. But in order to capitalize on

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  • Unilever Bangladesh

    Executive Summery Most of the South Asian economies (e.g. India, Pakistan and Bangladesh) have made significant economic progress in the last two decades and are well on track to becoming major regional or even world economic powerhouses. In the recent years, many MNCs are increasingly putting more attention to the emerging. Asian countries for competitive advantage. One classic example is China. With a population of more than 1.3 billion China is predicted to be the largest economy in the

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  • Social Security System of Bangladesh

    Security in Bangladesh: Issues and Outlooks Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS) Following is an attempt to analyze the challenges in the field of non-traditional security issues and explore relevant outlooks dealing with these challenges in the context of Bangladesh. 1. Threats to Societal Security Inflow of Small Arms and Drug: This is an external or trans-national source. Estimates differ and perhaps will be less than what is happening in the context of India

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  • Executive Development Programs in the Banking Sector in Bangladesh – a Study of Cases

    Executive Development Programs in the Banking Sector in Bangladesh – A Study of Cases Submitted to: Dr. Faruq Ahmed Department of Management Studies University of Dhaka Submitted by: Hazera Khatun February 12, 2013 Dhaka, Bangladesh Introduction: Employees are the most important asset of any organization. Now-a-days, the main focus of all companies is to attract, develop and maintain an efficient and skilled workforce. Executive development plays a concrete

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  • Monetary Policy and Capital Market Development in Bangladesh

    Monetary Policy and Capital Market Development in Bangladesh Policy Note: PN 0708 Shubhasish Barua* and Md. Habibour Rahman* Abstract Bangladesh Bank (BB) adjusted its monetary policy stance during 2005 in order to contain inflationary pressures and facilitate stability in the foreign exchange market. At the end of 2005, interest rates on NSD certificates were also adjusted upward. The latter development, however, raised some concern among different economic agents regarding its possible impact

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  • Sustainable Development of Globalization

    Sustainable development of globalization The positive view of the effects of globalization is surrounding the world, because it raised the awareness between cultures. Globalization is partly a result of the huge advances in technology, which linked all parts of the world and helped to expand the capitalist of productions. It shows the world is much smaller place, so there must be a positive impact in people aspects of the effects of globalization. In contrast, Cultures and environment represent

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  • Challenge Development and Managing Macro-Economy

    amounts of money when their economic environment changes, regardless of how well they are managed. Being prepared for such changes in fortunes can have considerable value; more generally, it makes us all better citizens able to grasp the complex challenges that our societies face. Macroeconomics is relevant to voters who wonder what their governments are up to, and can also help governments avoid the worst economic crises that have a7icted modern industrial societies in the past century—depressions

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  • Challenges of Globalization

    C400 Tactics and Sustainable Exam Name Institution Q1 Completion of the Mission Command tasks of “Understand, Visualize, Describe, Direct, Lead, and Assess”. Understand Establishment of the situation’s context is paramount and as the 1st Brigade Commander, I will first scrutinize the situation and ascertain all the necessary details that my group and I need. From the situation described, our main enemy is CFLCC OBJXAVIER and I will be working with 1/1 HBCT

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  • Problems and Prospects of Small Business Development in Bangladesh

    Problems and Prospects of Small Business Development in Bangladesh Section One: Definition & Characteristics of Small Business  Our essay is divided into five sections. Section one will discuss about the definition, nature and scope of Small Business. In section two we will get the opinion of some entrepreneurs according to our questionnaire. Section three will deal about some common problems that our Small Business firms face, according to the answers of previous section, which will be followed

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  • Report on Economic Development in Bangladesh

    Introduction The major objectives of planned development have been increased national income, rural development, self-sufficiency in food, and increased industrial production. However, progress in achieving development goals has been slow. Political turmoil and untamed natural hazards of cyclone and flooding have combined with external economic shocks to persistently derail economic plans. In 1991, with the reinstitution of elected government, a new economic program was initiated that included

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  • Bangladesh: Development Outcomes and Challenges in the Context of Globalization

    1. Introduction Bangladesh faces the challenge of achieving accelerated economic growth and alleviating the massive poverty that afflicts nearly two-fifths of its 135 million population. Strategies for meeting this challenge have included a shift away from state-bureaucratic controls and industrial autarky towards economic liberalization and integration with the global economy. These policy reforms were initiated in the mid-1980s against the backdrop of serious macroeconomic imbalances, caused

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  • Globalization & Bangladesh

    CHALLENGES OF GLOBALIZATION: HOW BANGLADESH CAN REAP ADAPT ITSELF TO REAP THE BEST BENEFITS IN THE 21ST CENTURY Lt Colonel Sharif Md Abul Hussain Dir Planning and Development, Bangladesh University of Professionals, E-mail: ABSTRACT The study investigates specific information regarding the challenges of globalization faced by Bangladesh and how it should prepare itself to coup with the challenges. The result suggest that Bangladesh is not in comfort in coping with the winds

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  • Development of Health in Bangladesh

    ON DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTH IN BANGLADESH Introduction: Bangladesh is a developing country with a population of 152,518,015 (approx.) Since our war of independence we have face numerous amount of health and nutrition issues in our country. Although Bangladesh has seen impressive progress in health and nutrition in the last few decades. Despite still low social indicators and continuing prevalence of poverty (40% of the population lives below the poverty line), the health sector in Bangladesh has

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  • Role of Commercial Bank in Development of Bangladesh

    for monopolistic practices.No Risk of fraud: Employees are not likely to commit fraud due to closer control of management.Closure of Inefficient Banks: Inefficient banks will be closed automatically if they fail to satisfy their customers.Local Development: Specialized knowledge in local problems. Promotes Regional Balance: It does not transfer rural resources to industrialized area, thus reduce regional imbalance. | Better banking Services: Enjoy the benefit of large economics. Can provide specialized

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  • Challenges for High Tech Development

    Challenges for high tech development in India Inadequate Number & Frequency of Experimentation and Testing cycles While complex products are today largely designed on the computer (the Boeing 777, for example, was designed predominantly based on simulation through CAD/CAE), some amount of physical prototyping and testing is always required. Rapid testing, using low cost mock-ups and prototypes, wherever possible, is critical to completing the project quickly. But, design of complex systems

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  • Mumbai’s Development Mafia’s: Globalization, Organized Crime and Land Development

    Article Mumbai’s Development Mafia’s: Globalization, Organized Crime and Land Development Jordan Morrison 209148123 ENVS 4225: Urban Sustainability November 17, 2010 Mumbai’s Development Mafia’s: Globalization ,Organized Crime and Land Development LIZA WEINSTIEN International Journal of Urban and Regional Research Volume 32, Issue 1, pages 22-39, March 2008 Abstract For over a decade, researchers have analyzed the effects of liberalization and globalization on urban development, considering

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  • Relevance of Leadership Theories, Role of Leadership Style and Team Building for Organizational Performance in Context of Bangladesh.

    On Relevance of leadership theories, role of leadership style and team building for organizational performance in context of Bangladesh. Organization theory and Behavior (PPG505) Submitted to Dr. Sk. Tawfique M. Haque Associate Professor Department of Political Science & Sociology And Director, MPPG Program North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. [pic] Submitted by MD. AMDAD HOSSAN ID NO. 1412126085 MPPG 4th Batch, Department of PSS, NSU, Dhaka

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  • New Business Development in Bangladesh (Spa)

    Submitted To Samia shabnaz Lecturer (Course teacher) American international university -Bangladesh Submitted By Khan Samara Salsabeel 07-09162-2 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 28th February, 2011 Department of bachelor of business administration American international university-Bangladesh Subject: Tem paper on “A new business plan” Dear mam, Here is the report on “A new business plan” That you assigned us to prepare. This

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  • Digital Bangladesh

    Final Draft PERSPECTIVE PLAN OF BANGLADESH 2010-2021 ____________________________ MAKING VISION 2021 A REALITY General Economics Division Planning Commission Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh April 2012 Contents ABBREVIATIONS ...............................................................................................................................v PREAMBLE of the Perspective Plan (2010-2021) ......................................................................

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  • The Challenges of Globalization and the Role of Human Resources.

    THE CHALLENGES OF GLOBALIZATION AND THE ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCES. Muhammad Aminu Bawa (1) Dr Juhary Ali (2) ABSTRACT The current financial crisis, which has engulfed East Asia since July 1997 and has subsequently spread to Russia and Brazil, is one of the most pressing challenges facing countries and businesses in today's global business environment. Globalization represents the structural making of the world characterized by the free flow of technology and human resources across national

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  • Becoming a Global Citizen - the Challenge of Globalization

    task 17 (Unit 3, page 34) Becoming a Global Citizen – a challenge of globalization trend As human has been ceaselessly influencing the world, through millenniums it has been shaped and changed reflecting the ways we desire it to be. As our globe transforms, as a result, the future generations are expected for variations in adaptation to the new trends. The latest trend that is happening to our world during the past few decades is the globalization and what it demands for today generation is to response

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  • Impact of Globalization

         GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON BANGLADESH ECONOMY “Globalization was supposed to bring unprecedented benefits to all. Yet, curiously, it has come to vilified both in the developed and developing world”—Joseph E Stiglitz, Making Globalization Work, 2006. - PROF. DR. M A JALIL State University of Bangladesh ABSTRACT Today all the modern and developed and developing countries are more or less within the fold of globalization. Bangladesh with its expanding sway of exports and imports

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  • Telecommunication Development in Bangladesh

    Introduction This is not only a fine opportunity, but an organization is a place where my qualifications can make a difference. As an executive well versed in the new stock options law, I see this position as made to order. It contains the challenge to keep me on my toes. That's the kind of job I like to anticipate every morning. My long-term goals will be to involve growing with a company where I can continue to learn, take on additional responsibilities, and contribute as much of value as

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  • Reflection on Themes Related to Human Development in Social Context

    HAS121 Personal reflection on development Brittany Berry (5067285) The three concepts of self and identity, attachment and relationships and context and socialisation are interwoven concepts that greatly influence each other. A sense of self-concept and identity is created through attachment and relationships, which is influenced, by social context and socialisation. Context and socialisation also influences self-concept and identity. In looking at these three themes collectively, it is evident

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  • Human Development of Bangladesh

    Human Development of Bangladesh Topic: Human Development of Bangladesh Subject: Macroeconomics Subject Code: ECO-502 Submitted to: Dr. Salehuddin Ahmed Course Instructor BRAC Business School BRAC University Submitted by: |Sl. No. |Name |ID | |01. |Sigma Sharmeen Khan Prema |141 64 010

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  • Rural Development and Co-Operatives Division Bangladesh

    51 Rural Development and Co-operatives Division 1.0 Introduction 1.1 About 70% people of Bangladesh live in rural areas. Without the development of this segment of the population the overall development of the country is not possible. In a developing economy like Bangladesh, for formulating policies for eradication of poverty it is very important to ensure equality between man and woman. Rural Development and Co-operatives Division is working intensively to eliminate poverty and

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  • Globalization

    version of globalization sees the trans- and multinational companies being the major players guided by the policies and treaties of the oversight international organizations and supported by technology. Given that the focus continues to be cross border trade, integration and investment, in the absence of any communal decision making process with defined criteria, it has been clear that globalization continues to be challenged with respect to ethical decision making for sustainable development. This

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  • Foreign Aid and Development of Bangladesh

    Foreign Aid any capital inflow or other assistance given to a country which would not generally have been provided by natural market forces. In Bangladesh, foreign aid serves to bridge the gap between savings and investments and make up the deficits in the balance of payments. Foreign aid is a major means of financing the country's economic development. Economic literature generally classifies foreign aid into four main types. First, the long-term loans are usually repayable by the recipient country

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  • Nbfi in Microeconomic Development in Bangladesh

    School of Business United International University FINANCING OPTIONS FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (SMES): EXPLORING NON-BANK FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AS AN ALTERNATIVE MEANS OF FINANCING THE CASE OF BANGLADESH Submitted To Submitted By James Bakul Sarkar Md. Moniruzzaman Assistant Professor ID: 111091381 School of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Bachelor’s Degree Thesis in Business Administration ACRONYMS

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  • Termpaper on Roll of Capital Market on the Economic Development of Bangladesh

    A Term Paper On “The Role of Capital Market on The Economic Development of Bangladesh” GOVT. SUHRAWARDY COLLEGE, PIROJPUR Department of Accounting Term Paper On “The Role of Capital Market on The Economic Development of Bangladesh” Submitted To: Md. Faruk Hosain Assistant Professor Department of Accounting Govt. Suhrawardy College, Pirojpur Submitted By: Alamgir Hossain Roll No- 9792874 Reg. No-1727384 Session-2010-2011 BBA (Hons) 4th Year Department of

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  • Communication Challenges & Strategies of Call Center Executives in Bangladesh

    Communication Challenges & Strategies of Call Center Executives in Bangladesh BUS 251: Business Communication Prepared for: Mr. Khandoker Asef Safa Kabir Lecturer School of Business and Economics Prepared by: Name | ID# | Mahtab Hossain Khan | 1321135630 | Abhi Barua | 1410305630 | Rezwanul Islam | 1320502030 | Md Adeel Anjum | 1321311630 | Mohammed Ahsan ul Haque | 1320379030 | Section: 10 Summer 2016 North South University Acknowledgement First of all

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  • Is Globalization a Positive or Negative Development for the World?

    Is Globalization a positive or negative development for the world? INTRODUCTION What is globalization? Is it the global amalgamation of national economies, socio cultural, technological and political forces into a single and unified community? Is globalization, a strength to achieve prosperity, freedom and economic growth? Or is it rather a force that can cause exploitation of the developing world, environmental devastation or suppression of human rights? The question now is that is globalization

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  • Economic Development of Bangladesh

    Economic Development of Bangladesh Economy of Bangladesh Economic Position in World: The economy of Bangladesh is a rapidly developing market-based economy. Its per capita income in 2010 was est. US$1,700 (adjusted by purchasing power parity). According to the International Monetary Fund, Bangladesh ranked as the 43rd largest economy in the world in 2010 in PPP terms and 57th largest in nominal terms, among the Next Eleven or N-11 of Goldman Sachs and D-8 economies, with a gross domestic

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  • Success of Microfinance in Bangladesh: Its Determinants, Impacts & Challenges

    Success of Microfinance in Bangladesh: Its Determinants, Impacts & Challenges Chapter- One Introduction 1.1 Introduction: In recent years, microcredit, in its wider dimension known as microfinance, has become a much favored intervention for poverty alleviation in the developing countries and least development countries. There is scarcely a poor country and development oriented donor agency (multilateral, bilateral and private) not involved in the promotion (in one form or other) of a microfinance

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  • Globalization in Indian Context

    activities. The increased flow of non-skilled jobs from the developed world to developing companies has led to stagnation of the developed economies and there is a mounting pressure to bring back the jobs to these countries. The future of the globalization would largely depend on whether the gains from the globalisations are distributed appropriately between those who put in the capital and those who provide the labour and whether the organizations take steps to maintain the ecological balance of

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  • Recent Unrest in the Rmg Sector of Bangladesh: Is This an Outcome of Poor Labour Practices?

    February 2012 Recent Unrest in the RMG Sector of Bangladesh: Is this an Outcome of Poor Labour Practices? Chowdhury Golam Hossan (Corresponding author) Assistant Professor of Management College of Business Administrations, Abu Dhabi University Abu Dhabi, UAE Tel: 972-501-5710 E-mail: Md. Atiqur Rahman Sarker (Lecturer) Department of Business Administration, East West University 43 Mohakhali, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh Tel: 88-017-4427-0243 E-mail: Rumana

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  • Foreign Aid and Development of Bangladesh

    the impact of aid on Bangladesh and the inability of aid to lay the foundations for the country’s solid economic growth. It is argued that while aid has helped to sustain the present levels of per capita national output, it has been relatively ineffective in inducing the qualitative changes needed for achieving significant increases in production and improvement in income distribution. Findings imply that donors have responded as a group to changes in Bangladesh’s development requirements but major

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  • Sme in Bangladesh

    market imperfections that might constrain growth and economic development of SMEs. As designed, the research initiative can and will provide valuable information about these issues. In summary, the baseline survey undertaken as part of the SME FDI is a potentially invaluable resource with respect to the design, targeting, implementation, and follow-up assessment of public policy approaches to nurturing SME growth and viability. The outcomes of this research process could help Industry Canada and its

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  • Globalization and Bangladesh

    PART-1 1. Concept of globalization: Globalization means the coming together of different societies and economies via cross border flow of ideas, finances, capital, information, technologies, goods and services. The cross border assimilation can be social, economic, cultural, or political. But most of the people fear cultural and social assimilation as they believe this would have a negative impact on the existing culture of their society. Globalization therefore has mostly narrowed down to

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  • Globalization as a Challenge for Business Responsibilities

    Introduction to the Special Issue: Globalization as a Challenge for Business Responsibilities A Final Report of the Case Study Oguz Eren Southern States University Instructor Claudia Araiza Abstract The argument based on the growing corporate revelation (exposure) to social, cultural and political values in societies globally and also to regulate corporate behavior. It is discussed that corporate role are shifting with this changing

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