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Office:   181

EMAIL

quamrulgazi@ewubd.edu
quamrulgazi@gmail.com

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Gazi Quamrul Hasan

Senior Lecturer
Department of Economics

Masters of Social Sciences (MSS), Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, 2010

Bachelor of Social Sciences (BSS), Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, 2009

June 2014-  Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, East West University

January 2012-  May2014 :   Lecturer, Department of Economics, East West University

June-July 2011 :  Worked as a research associate in SANEM (South Asian Network on Economic Modeling).

May-June 2010 :  Worked as an associate under lead consultant Md. Mesbah Uddin in the assessment of international development grant applications received under the South Asian Programme of Scottish Government’s International Development Fund for 2010-2011.

Curriculum vitae (CV)

I am interested to work in the fields of Public Policy, Macroeconomic Planning and Debt Sustainability Analysis. I have worked under the supervision of Dr. Ahsan Mansur, Dr. Sadik Ahmed and Dr. Bazlul Haque Khondker to prepare chapters five and eleven of Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100. My work primarily dealt with Macroeconomic stability in the face of environmental degradation and requisite investment for mitigation and adaptation purposes, in order to achieve accelerated economic growth and sustainable development. I am currently working with Policy Research Institute (PRI) to formulate the Perspective Plan (2020-2041) for the Government of Bangladesh, which focuses on economic development and macroeconomic stability to turn Bangladesh into a knowledge-based industrialized economy.

Journal Publication

National
  1. Karim and Gazi Q.H. , “Motor Vehicle Agreement Between Bangladesh Bhutan India and Nepal: Implications and Challenges”, BIISS Journal, Vol. 36, No. 2, April 2015, pp. 165-180
  2. B.K. Nandi, M. Chaudhury and Gazi Q.H., “Univariate Time Series Forecasting: A Study on Monthly Tax Revenue of Bangladesh” East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol. 4, January 2015, pp. 01-28

Conference & Seminars

Other

+ Academic Background

Masters of Social Sciences (MSS), Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, 2010

Bachelor of Social Sciences (BSS), Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, 2009

+ Professional Experience

June 2014-  Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, East West University

January 2012-  May2014 :   Lecturer, Department of Economics, East West University

June-July 2011 :  Worked as a research associate in SANEM (South Asian Network on Economic Modeling).

May-June 2010 :  Worked as an associate under lead consultant Md. Mesbah Uddin in the assessment of international development grant applications received under the South Asian Programme of Scottish Government’s International Development Fund for 2010-2011.

Curriculum vitae (CV)

+ Research Interest

I am interested to work in the fields of Public Policy, Macroeconomic Planning and Debt Sustainability Analysis. I have worked under the supervision of Dr. Ahsan Mansur, Dr. Sadik Ahmed and Dr. Bazlul Haque Khondker to prepare chapters five and eleven of Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100. My work primarily dealt with Macroeconomic stability in the face of environmental degradation and requisite investment for mitigation and adaptation purposes, in order to achieve accelerated economic growth and sustainable development. I am currently working with Policy Research Institute (PRI) to formulate the Perspective Plan (2020-2041) for the Government of Bangladesh, which focuses on economic development and macroeconomic stability to turn Bangladesh into a knowledge-based industrialized economy.

+ Selected Publications

Journal Publication

National
  1. Karim and Gazi Q.H. , “Motor Vehicle Agreement Between Bangladesh Bhutan India and Nepal: Implications and Challenges”, BIISS Journal, Vol. 36, No. 2, April 2015, pp. 165-180
  2. B.K. Nandi, M. Chaudhury and Gazi Q.H., “Univariate Time Series Forecasting: A Study on Monthly Tax Revenue of Bangladesh” East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol. 4, January 2015, pp. 01-28

Conference & Seminars

Other