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Dr. Basanta Kumar Barmon

Associate Professor
Department of Economics

Post doc in Development Economics (Japan Society for the Promotion and Science-JSPS)
Ph.D. in Economics (Hokkaido University, Japan)
MS in Economics (Hokkaido University, Japan)
MS in Statistics (Bangladesh Agricultural University)
B.Sc. in Agricultural Economics (Bangladesh Agricultural University)

Teaching Experience:

  1. Position: Associate Professor (Economics)

          Institution: East West University (EWU), Bangladesh

          Duration: 19 April 2012 to till now.

     2. Position: Assistant Professor (Economics)

          Institution: East West University (EWU), Bangladesh

          Duration: 16 October 2008 to 18 April, 2012.

      3. Position: Lecturer (Bio-Statistics)

          Institution: Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Science University, Bangladesh

          Duration: 18 December 1996 to 31 January 2000.

 Administrative Experience:

          Position: Chairperson

          Institution: Department of Economics, East West University

          Duration: 3 September, 2012 to 6 September, 2014. 

Research Experience:

Position: Research Officer

Project Title:

1. “An Economic Analysis on the Utilization and Potential of Marine Fisheries in Bangladesh” Sponsored by WINROCK INTERNATIONAL.

2. “An Economic Analysis of Revereine Fish Production in Bangladesh” Sponsored by Bangladesh Agricultural University.

Duration: 1st February 1994 to 31 January 1995.

Principal Investigator: Dr. Md. Ferdous Alam, Professor, Department of Agricultural Finance, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh.

  • Agricultural Economics
  • Rural Development
  • Technological Change
  • Poverty Alleviation.

Journal Publication

International Publications:

  1.  Sanzidur Rahman and Basanta Kumar Barmon, (2015) “Exploring the Potential to Improve Energy Saving and Energy Efficiency using Fertilizer Deep Placement Strategy in Modern Rice Production in Bangladesh”, Energy Efficiency, DOI 10.1007/s12053-015-9391-x.
  2. Sanzidur Rahman and Basanta Kumar Barmon (2015). Productivity and Efficiency Impacts of Urea Deep Placement Technology in Modern Rice Production: An Empirical Analysis from Bangladesh. Journal of Development Areas (The JDA) Vol. 49, No. 3, pp. 119-134.
  3. Basanta Kumar Barmon and Sushanta Kumar Tarafder, (2014). Impacts of Granular Urea and Efficiency of Resource Use in MV Paddy Production: A Case Study of Jessore District, The Bangladesh Development Studies, 37 (3): 79-108.
  4. Basanta Kumar Barmon, (2013).Technological Change in MV Paddy Production in Bangladesh: An Empirical Analysis of the Application of Traditional and Granular Urea “, Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp.59-80.
  5. Basanta Kumar Barmon (2013). Technical Efficiency and Total Factor Productivity of MV Paddy Production under Different Farming System in Bangladesh, Asia Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD), Vol. 23, No.1, pp 59-78.
  6. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo Takumi and Mohammad Amzad Hossain (2013). Sustainable Integrated Agricultural Farming System in Bangladesh: An Empirical Evidence of Rice-prawn Gher Farming System, The Review of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 68, pp. 133-146.
  7. Sanzidur Rahman and Basanta Kumar Barmon (2012). “Energy Productivity and Efficiency of the ‘Gher’ (prawn-fish-rice) Farming System in Bangladesh” Energy, Vol. 30, pp-1-8, doi:10.1016/j.energy.2012.04.027.
  8. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Sanzidur Rahman, (2012). ‘Gher’ Farming System of Bangladesh: A Win-Win Strategy for Agricultural Development? Agricultural Policies: New Development.  pp. 143-169
  9.  Ashok Kumar Debnath, Basanta Kumar Barmon, and Mrityunjoy Biswas, (2011). “Motivation of Civil Servants in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study of Technical Cadres and Administrative Cadres”, World Review of Business Research, Vol. 1. No. 4, pp. 1-17.
  10. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Muntasir Chaudhury and Saiyeeda S. Munim, (2011). “Value Chain and Marketing Channels of Shrimp/Prawn Sector of Gher Farming System in Bangladesh”, World Review of Business Research, Vol. 1. No. 1. pp. 10-24.
  11. Sanzidur Rahman, Basanta Kumar Barmon., Nesar Ahmed (2010). “Diversification Economies and Efficiencies in a ‘Blue-Green Revolution’ Combination: A Case Study of Prawn-carp-rice Farming in the ‘Gher’ System in Bangladesh” Aquaculture International, 18.
  12. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Takumi Kondo, Junichi Yamaguchi, and Fumio Osanam, (2010). “Rice-prawn Farming System: Impacts on Soil Quality and Land Productivity of Modern Variety Paddy Production in Bangladesh”, Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp: 49-66.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon., Kondo, and F. Osanami (2009). Agricultural Technology Adoption and Land Productivity: Evidence from the Rice-prawn Gher Farming in Some Selected Areas of Bangladesh. Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD), Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 73-102.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon., Kondo, and F. Osanami (2008). Water-Saving Technology and Water Productivity of Modern Variety (MV) of Paddy Production: Evidence from the Rice-prawn and Year-round Paddy Farming Systems in Bangladesh, Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD), Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 99-118.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon., T. Kondo, J. Yamaguch, F. Osanami (2008) Technological change, soil quality and land productivity: evidence from the rice-prawn gher farming system in Bangladesh, Journal of Rural Economics, The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan, pp. 502-508.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon Kondo, and F. Osanami (2008). Inputs Used in Modern Variety (MV) Paddy Farming and Household Income: A Comparative Study of Rice-prawn Gher and Year-round MV Paddy Farming System in Bangladesh. The Review of Agricultural Economics. Vol.63, pp. 1-18.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2007). Economic Evaluation of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System on Soil Fertility for Modern Variety of Rice Production in Bangladesh. Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD). 17 No.1 pp-67-81.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo, and F. Osanami (2007). Rice-Rice Farming to the Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh: An Economic Analysis of Input Use and Output of Two Farming Systems. Journal of Rural Economics.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2007). Women’s Participation in Rice Prawn Gher Farming in Bangladesh. International Journal of Women, Social Justice and Human Rights (IJWSJHR) 2 No. 1 pp- 1-15.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2006). Problems and Prospects of Shrimp and Rice-prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh. Journal of Bangladesh Studies. Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 61-73.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Matsuda, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2005). Local Technology Adoption and Its Diffusion Process: Evidence from the Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System of Bangladesh. Journal of Rural Economics, pp-640-647.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Matsuda, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2005). Land Tenurial Arrangement of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh-A Case Study of Khulna District- Japanese Journal of Farm Management. Vol. 44, No. 1, June, pp. 144-147.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Matsuda, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2005). Historical Background and Diffusion Process of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. The Review of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 61, pp. 85-100.
  1. Matsuda, H., Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo, and F. Osanami (2005). The Impact of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming in Bangladesh on Living Standard of Traditional Rural Areas – An Approached by Food Intakes: A Case Study of Khulna District, Bilpabla-. The Review of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 61, pp.71-84.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2004). Impact of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming on Agricultural and Household Income in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. Journal of Bangladesh Studies. Vol. 6, No. 1& 2, pp. 51-61.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo, and F. Osanami (2004). Impacts of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming on Cropping Patterns, Land Tenant System, and Household Income in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD). Vol. 14 No.1 pp-10-28.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2004). Impact of Rice-prawn Gher Farming on Household Income in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. Japanese Journal of Farm Management. Vol. 43. No.1 pp-133-136.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo, and F. Osanami (2004). Labor Demand for Rice-Prawn Gher Farming in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. The Review of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 60, March, pp. 273-287.

National Publications:

  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Umme Fatema, and Gazi Esha Islam, (2015) “Rural Credit in Bangladesh: Trends, Structure and Growth Performance”, The Jahangirnagar Review, Vol. 35, pp. 23-37.
  2. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kazi Mohiuddin, Gazi Esha Islam and Nawshin Laila, 2015. “Willingness to Pay for Solid Waste Management System in Dhaka City, Bangladesh: A Socio-Economic Analysis”, East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol. 4, pp-29-52.
  3. Basanta Kumar Barmon (2014), “Impacts of Rice-Prawn Farming System on Farm Productivity, Food Security and Poverty Alleviation in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District”, The Agriculturists, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp.126-136.
  4. Basanta Kumar Barmon, (2011). “Expenditure Patterns of Some Informal Sectors in Bangladesh: An Empirical Evidence of Dhaka City”, The Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 34, No.1&2, pp.103-118.
  5. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Imrana Sharmin, Debashish Dey, (2012). “A Comparative Study of the Cost of Higher Education in Private and Public Universities in Bangladesh” East West Journal of Business and Social Studies (EWJBSS), Vol. 3, pp. 47-67.
  6. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Imrana Sharmin, Parvez K. Abbasi and Al Mamum (2012). “Economics of Mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) Production in a Selected Upazila of Bangladesh” The Agriculturists, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 77-89.
  7. Basanta Kumar Barmon, and Chaudhury, M., (2012). “Impact of Price Variability on Acreage Allocation in Rice and Wheat Production in Bangladesh” The Agriculturists, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 23-30.
  8. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Sattar, A., (2010). Growth Performance of Non-Food Grains under the Crop Diversification Program (CDP) in Bangladesh, East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol. 01, No. 01, pp. 49-64.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Sattar, A., Rahman, M.Z., (2009).Adoption of Hybrid Paddy and Its Consequence in Bangladesh: An Economic Analysis” Bangladesh Research Publications Journal, Vol. 2, Issue 4, pp. 679-685.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon (2009) “Technological Progress and Modern Variety of (MV) Paddy Production: A Comparison of Rice-Prawn Farming and Year-Round Paddy Farming System in Bangladesh”, Bangladesh Research Publications Journal, Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 281-297.
  2. Basanta Kumar Barmon (2004). Impacts of Rice-prawn Gher Farming on Land Tenure System in Bangladesh- A Case Study of Khulna District-Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics Vol. 27, No. 2 pp. 75-86.
  3. Biswas, P.K. and Basanta Kumar Barmon (1999). Fimbrial Antigents of Pathogenic Escherichia Coli Affecting Turkeys. The Bangladesh Veterinarian 16 (2): 49-52.
  4. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Akbar, A. and Sarker, M.C. (1999). Pineapple Marketing in Some Selected Areas of Moulvi Bazar District. Bangladesh Journal of Training and Development. Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. Vol. 12, No. 1&2: 53-60.
  5. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Rahman, M.A., Paul, T.K., Murshed, M.M., Ali, M.S. and Debnath, G.K. (1998). Economic Assessment of Productive and Reproductive Status of Dairying in Some Selected Areas of Kustia. Progressive Agriculture. Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. Vol. 9, No. 1&2, 145-150.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Hossain, M.I. and Haque, E. (1997). Regional Variation in the Demand for Fertilizer in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal Agricultural Economics. Vol. 20, No. 1, pp.57-66, June 1997.
  1. Modak, P.C and Basanta Kumar Barmon (1996). Demand for Fertilizer in Bangladesh-A Note. Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 19, No. 1&2, 97-103, June and December 1996.

Conference & Seminars

International Conferences:

  1. Name of the Research Paper: Economic Evaluation of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System on Soil Fertility for Modern Variety (MV) Paddy Production in Bangladesh
    Name of the Seminar: Contributions of Agricultural Economics to Critical Policy Issues organized by International Agricultural Association of Economists (IAAE)
    Place and Date: Gold Coast, Brisbane, Australia, 12 -18 August, 2006.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Sustainable Farming System and Natural Resource Utilization: Evidence from the Rice-prawn Gher Farming System of Bangladesh
    Name of the Seminar: How to sustain Agrosphere, Biosphere and Geosphere
    Place and Date: Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, 7-9 August, 2006.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Indigenous Natural Resource Utilization and Modern Variety (MV) Paddy Production in Bangladesh: Evidence from the Rice-prawn Gher Farming System
    Name of the Seminar: Environmental Economics and Natural Resources and Poverty Alleviation
    Place and Date: Wageningen University, PO Box 8130, 6700 EW Wageningen, The Netherlands, 17 -19 May, 2006.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Agricultural Technology Adoption and Land Productivity: Evidence from the Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System In Bangladesh
    Name of the Seminar: Agricultural Economics and Transition: “What was expected, what was observed, the lessons learned”-A joint IAAE-EAAE seminar
    Place and Date: Corvinus University of Budapest (CUB), Budapest, Hungary, 6 -8 September, 2007.

Conferences in Japan:

  1. Name of the Research Paper: Impact of Rice-prawn Gher Farming on Household Income in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District
    Name of the Seminar: The Farm Management Society of Japan
    Place and Date: Tokyo University of Agriculture, Abashiri, Hokkaido, Japan, 15 -18 July 2004.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Local Technology Adoption and Its’ Diffusion Process: Evidence from Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System of Bangladesh
    Name of the Seminar: The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan
    Place and Date: Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, 15 -18 July 2005.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Land Tenure System of Rice-prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District
    Name of the Seminar: The Farm Management Society of Japan
    Place and Date: Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan, 15 -18 September, 2005.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Rice-Rice Farming to Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh: An Economic Analysis of Input use and Output of two Farming Systems
    Name of the Seminar: The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan
    Place and Date: Okinawa International University, Okinawa, Japan, 28 -30 March, 2007.
    1. Name of the Research Paper: Technological Change, Soil Quality and Land Productivity: Evidence from the Rice-prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh
      Name of the Seminar: The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan
      Place and Date: Utsonomiya University, Utsonomiya Japan, 26 -28 March, 2008.
    2. Name of the Research Paper: Impacts of Alternate Wetting and Drying (AWD) Irrigation System on Water Productivity, Profitability and Household Income of Modern Varieties (MV) of Paddy Producer in Bangladesh Name of the Seminar: Asian Agricultural Economic Society, ThailandPlace and Date: Kasetsart University, Thailand, 11 -13, January, 2017.

Other

+ Academic Background

Post doc in Development Economics (Japan Society for the Promotion and Science-JSPS)
Ph.D. in Economics (Hokkaido University, Japan)
MS in Economics (Hokkaido University, Japan)
MS in Statistics (Bangladesh Agricultural University)
B.Sc. in Agricultural Economics (Bangladesh Agricultural University)

+ Professional Experience

Teaching Experience:

  1. Position: Associate Professor (Economics)

          Institution: East West University (EWU), Bangladesh

          Duration: 19 April 2012 to till now.

     2. Position: Assistant Professor (Economics)

          Institution: East West University (EWU), Bangladesh

          Duration: 16 October 2008 to 18 April, 2012.

      3. Position: Lecturer (Bio-Statistics)

          Institution: Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Science University, Bangladesh

          Duration: 18 December 1996 to 31 January 2000.

 Administrative Experience:

          Position: Chairperson

          Institution: Department of Economics, East West University

          Duration: 3 September, 2012 to 6 September, 2014. 

Research Experience:

Position: Research Officer

Project Title:

1. “An Economic Analysis on the Utilization and Potential of Marine Fisheries in Bangladesh” Sponsored by WINROCK INTERNATIONAL.

2. “An Economic Analysis of Revereine Fish Production in Bangladesh” Sponsored by Bangladesh Agricultural University.

Duration: 1st February 1994 to 31 January 1995.

Principal Investigator: Dr. Md. Ferdous Alam, Professor, Department of Agricultural Finance, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh.

+ Research Interest
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Rural Development
  • Technological Change
  • Poverty Alleviation.
+ Selected Publications

Journal Publication

International Publications:

  1.  Sanzidur Rahman and Basanta Kumar Barmon, (2015) “Exploring the Potential to Improve Energy Saving and Energy Efficiency using Fertilizer Deep Placement Strategy in Modern Rice Production in Bangladesh”, Energy Efficiency, DOI 10.1007/s12053-015-9391-x.
  2. Sanzidur Rahman and Basanta Kumar Barmon (2015). Productivity and Efficiency Impacts of Urea Deep Placement Technology in Modern Rice Production: An Empirical Analysis from Bangladesh. Journal of Development Areas (The JDA) Vol. 49, No. 3, pp. 119-134.
  3. Basanta Kumar Barmon and Sushanta Kumar Tarafder, (2014). Impacts of Granular Urea and Efficiency of Resource Use in MV Paddy Production: A Case Study of Jessore District, The Bangladesh Development Studies, 37 (3): 79-108.
  4. Basanta Kumar Barmon, (2013).Technological Change in MV Paddy Production in Bangladesh: An Empirical Analysis of the Application of Traditional and Granular Urea “, Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp.59-80.
  5. Basanta Kumar Barmon (2013). Technical Efficiency and Total Factor Productivity of MV Paddy Production under Different Farming System in Bangladesh, Asia Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD), Vol. 23, No.1, pp 59-78.
  6. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo Takumi and Mohammad Amzad Hossain (2013). Sustainable Integrated Agricultural Farming System in Bangladesh: An Empirical Evidence of Rice-prawn Gher Farming System, The Review of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 68, pp. 133-146.
  7. Sanzidur Rahman and Basanta Kumar Barmon (2012). “Energy Productivity and Efficiency of the ‘Gher’ (prawn-fish-rice) Farming System in Bangladesh” Energy, Vol. 30, pp-1-8, doi:10.1016/j.energy.2012.04.027.
  8. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Sanzidur Rahman, (2012). ‘Gher’ Farming System of Bangladesh: A Win-Win Strategy for Agricultural Development? Agricultural Policies: New Development.  pp. 143-169
  9.  Ashok Kumar Debnath, Basanta Kumar Barmon, and Mrityunjoy Biswas, (2011). “Motivation of Civil Servants in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study of Technical Cadres and Administrative Cadres”, World Review of Business Research, Vol. 1. No. 4, pp. 1-17.
  10. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Muntasir Chaudhury and Saiyeeda S. Munim, (2011). “Value Chain and Marketing Channels of Shrimp/Prawn Sector of Gher Farming System in Bangladesh”, World Review of Business Research, Vol. 1. No. 1. pp. 10-24.
  11. Sanzidur Rahman, Basanta Kumar Barmon., Nesar Ahmed (2010). “Diversification Economies and Efficiencies in a ‘Blue-Green Revolution’ Combination: A Case Study of Prawn-carp-rice Farming in the ‘Gher’ System in Bangladesh” Aquaculture International, 18.
  12. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Takumi Kondo, Junichi Yamaguchi, and Fumio Osanam, (2010). “Rice-prawn Farming System: Impacts on Soil Quality and Land Productivity of Modern Variety Paddy Production in Bangladesh”, Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp: 49-66.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon., Kondo, and F. Osanami (2009). Agricultural Technology Adoption and Land Productivity: Evidence from the Rice-prawn Gher Farming in Some Selected Areas of Bangladesh. Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD), Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 73-102.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon., Kondo, and F. Osanami (2008). Water-Saving Technology and Water Productivity of Modern Variety (MV) of Paddy Production: Evidence from the Rice-prawn and Year-round Paddy Farming Systems in Bangladesh, Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD), Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 99-118.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon., T. Kondo, J. Yamaguch, F. Osanami (2008) Technological change, soil quality and land productivity: evidence from the rice-prawn gher farming system in Bangladesh, Journal of Rural Economics, The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan, pp. 502-508.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon Kondo, and F. Osanami (2008). Inputs Used in Modern Variety (MV) Paddy Farming and Household Income: A Comparative Study of Rice-prawn Gher and Year-round MV Paddy Farming System in Bangladesh. The Review of Agricultural Economics. Vol.63, pp. 1-18.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2007). Economic Evaluation of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System on Soil Fertility for Modern Variety of Rice Production in Bangladesh. Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD). 17 No.1 pp-67-81.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo, and F. Osanami (2007). Rice-Rice Farming to the Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh: An Economic Analysis of Input Use and Output of Two Farming Systems. Journal of Rural Economics.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2007). Women’s Participation in Rice Prawn Gher Farming in Bangladesh. International Journal of Women, Social Justice and Human Rights (IJWSJHR) 2 No. 1 pp- 1-15.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2006). Problems and Prospects of Shrimp and Rice-prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh. Journal of Bangladesh Studies. Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 61-73.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Matsuda, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2005). Local Technology Adoption and Its Diffusion Process: Evidence from the Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System of Bangladesh. Journal of Rural Economics, pp-640-647.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Matsuda, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2005). Land Tenurial Arrangement of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh-A Case Study of Khulna District- Japanese Journal of Farm Management. Vol. 44, No. 1, June, pp. 144-147.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Matsuda, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2005). Historical Background and Diffusion Process of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. The Review of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 61, pp. 85-100.
  1. Matsuda, H., Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo, and F. Osanami (2005). The Impact of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming in Bangladesh on Living Standard of Traditional Rural Areas – An Approached by Food Intakes: A Case Study of Khulna District, Bilpabla-. The Review of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 61, pp.71-84.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2004). Impact of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming on Agricultural and Household Income in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. Journal of Bangladesh Studies. Vol. 6, No. 1& 2, pp. 51-61.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo, and F. Osanami (2004). Impacts of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming on Cropping Patterns, Land Tenant System, and Household Income in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD). Vol. 14 No.1 pp-10-28.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, T. Kondo, and F. Osanami (2004). Impact of Rice-prawn Gher Farming on Household Income in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. Japanese Journal of Farm Management. Vol. 43. No.1 pp-133-136.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kondo, and F. Osanami (2004). Labor Demand for Rice-Prawn Gher Farming in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District. The Review of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 60, March, pp. 273-287.

National Publications:

  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Umme Fatema, and Gazi Esha Islam, (2015) “Rural Credit in Bangladesh: Trends, Structure and Growth Performance”, The Jahangirnagar Review, Vol. 35, pp. 23-37.
  2. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Kazi Mohiuddin, Gazi Esha Islam and Nawshin Laila, 2015. “Willingness to Pay for Solid Waste Management System in Dhaka City, Bangladesh: A Socio-Economic Analysis”, East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol. 4, pp-29-52.
  3. Basanta Kumar Barmon (2014), “Impacts of Rice-Prawn Farming System on Farm Productivity, Food Security and Poverty Alleviation in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District”, The Agriculturists, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp.126-136.
  4. Basanta Kumar Barmon, (2011). “Expenditure Patterns of Some Informal Sectors in Bangladesh: An Empirical Evidence of Dhaka City”, The Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 34, No.1&2, pp.103-118.
  5. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Imrana Sharmin, Debashish Dey, (2012). “A Comparative Study of the Cost of Higher Education in Private and Public Universities in Bangladesh” East West Journal of Business and Social Studies (EWJBSS), Vol. 3, pp. 47-67.
  6. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Imrana Sharmin, Parvez K. Abbasi and Al Mamum (2012). “Economics of Mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) Production in a Selected Upazila of Bangladesh” The Agriculturists, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 77-89.
  7. Basanta Kumar Barmon, and Chaudhury, M., (2012). “Impact of Price Variability on Acreage Allocation in Rice and Wheat Production in Bangladesh” The Agriculturists, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 23-30.
  8. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Sattar, A., (2010). Growth Performance of Non-Food Grains under the Crop Diversification Program (CDP) in Bangladesh, East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol. 01, No. 01, pp. 49-64.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Sattar, A., Rahman, M.Z., (2009).Adoption of Hybrid Paddy and Its Consequence in Bangladesh: An Economic Analysis” Bangladesh Research Publications Journal, Vol. 2, Issue 4, pp. 679-685.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon (2009) “Technological Progress and Modern Variety of (MV) Paddy Production: A Comparison of Rice-Prawn Farming and Year-Round Paddy Farming System in Bangladesh”, Bangladesh Research Publications Journal, Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 281-297.
  2. Basanta Kumar Barmon (2004). Impacts of Rice-prawn Gher Farming on Land Tenure System in Bangladesh- A Case Study of Khulna District-Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics Vol. 27, No. 2 pp. 75-86.
  3. Biswas, P.K. and Basanta Kumar Barmon (1999). Fimbrial Antigents of Pathogenic Escherichia Coli Affecting Turkeys. The Bangladesh Veterinarian 16 (2): 49-52.
  4. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Akbar, A. and Sarker, M.C. (1999). Pineapple Marketing in Some Selected Areas of Moulvi Bazar District. Bangladesh Journal of Training and Development. Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. Vol. 12, No. 1&2: 53-60.
  5. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Rahman, M.A., Paul, T.K., Murshed, M.M., Ali, M.S. and Debnath, G.K. (1998). Economic Assessment of Productive and Reproductive Status of Dairying in Some Selected Areas of Kustia. Progressive Agriculture. Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. Vol. 9, No. 1&2, 145-150.
  1. Basanta Kumar Barmon, Hossain, M.I. and Haque, E. (1997). Regional Variation in the Demand for Fertilizer in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal Agricultural Economics. Vol. 20, No. 1, pp.57-66, June 1997.
  1. Modak, P.C and Basanta Kumar Barmon (1996). Demand for Fertilizer in Bangladesh-A Note. Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 19, No. 1&2, 97-103, June and December 1996.

Conference & Seminars

International Conferences:

  1. Name of the Research Paper: Economic Evaluation of Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System on Soil Fertility for Modern Variety (MV) Paddy Production in Bangladesh
    Name of the Seminar: Contributions of Agricultural Economics to Critical Policy Issues organized by International Agricultural Association of Economists (IAAE)
    Place and Date: Gold Coast, Brisbane, Australia, 12 -18 August, 2006.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Sustainable Farming System and Natural Resource Utilization: Evidence from the Rice-prawn Gher Farming System of Bangladesh
    Name of the Seminar: How to sustain Agrosphere, Biosphere and Geosphere
    Place and Date: Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, 7-9 August, 2006.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Indigenous Natural Resource Utilization and Modern Variety (MV) Paddy Production in Bangladesh: Evidence from the Rice-prawn Gher Farming System
    Name of the Seminar: Environmental Economics and Natural Resources and Poverty Alleviation
    Place and Date: Wageningen University, PO Box 8130, 6700 EW Wageningen, The Netherlands, 17 -19 May, 2006.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Agricultural Technology Adoption and Land Productivity: Evidence from the Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System In Bangladesh
    Name of the Seminar: Agricultural Economics and Transition: “What was expected, what was observed, the lessons learned”-A joint IAAE-EAAE seminar
    Place and Date: Corvinus University of Budapest (CUB), Budapest, Hungary, 6 -8 September, 2007.

Conferences in Japan:

  1. Name of the Research Paper: Impact of Rice-prawn Gher Farming on Household Income in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District
    Name of the Seminar: The Farm Management Society of Japan
    Place and Date: Tokyo University of Agriculture, Abashiri, Hokkaido, Japan, 15 -18 July 2004.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Local Technology Adoption and Its’ Diffusion Process: Evidence from Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System of Bangladesh
    Name of the Seminar: The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan
    Place and Date: Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, 15 -18 July 2005.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Land Tenure System of Rice-prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khulna District
    Name of the Seminar: The Farm Management Society of Japan
    Place and Date: Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan, 15 -18 September, 2005.
  1. Name of the Research Paper: Rice-Rice Farming to Rice-Prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh: An Economic Analysis of Input use and Output of two Farming Systems
    Name of the Seminar: The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan
    Place and Date: Okinawa International University, Okinawa, Japan, 28 -30 March, 2007.
    1. Name of the Research Paper: Technological Change, Soil Quality and Land Productivity: Evidence from the Rice-prawn Gher Farming System in Bangladesh
      Name of the Seminar: The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan
      Place and Date: Utsonomiya University, Utsonomiya Japan, 26 -28 March, 2008.
    2. Name of the Research Paper: Impacts of Alternate Wetting and Drying (AWD) Irrigation System on Water Productivity, Profitability and Household Income of Modern Varieties (MV) of Paddy Producer in Bangladesh Name of the Seminar: Asian Agricultural Economic Society, ThailandPlace and Date: Kasetsart University, Thailand, 11 -13, January, 2017.

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