Publications

2016

2015

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Disaster Preparedness among School Going Children in Bangladesh- A Gender Perspective”, International Conference on Gender, Diversity and Development 2015, 2015
  2. Dr. Rafiqul Huda Chaudhury, “Will Bangladesh seize or squander the economic opportunity offered by the demographic dividend”, Asia – Pacific Population Journal, Volume 29. No (2), 2014., 2015

2014

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Climate Change and School Going Children in Bangladesh: Understanding the Relationship”, International Conference on Sustainable Development Practices Organized by Columbia University and United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, 2014
  2. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Governmental Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations Involvement in Managing Drinking Water: Disaster Affected Coastal Rural Area of Bangladesh”, The Global Studies Journal, 6/1/45-54, 2014
  3. Touhida Tasnima, “THE CHALLENGES OF PEOPLE’S RIGHT TO KNOW ABOUT PUBLIC SERVICE IN BANGLADESH”, International Research Conference on Business, Economics and Social Sciences, IRC 2014, 2014

2013

Sorry, No Publications in 2013!

2012

  1. Touhida Tasnima Ehsanul Haque, “Neoliberal Globalization and Higher Education in Bangladesh”, Palgrave McMillan, New York , 2012

2011

  1. W. Arvelo, L.S. Blum, Nazmun Nahar, L. von Seidlein, L. Nahar, R.P. Pack, A.W. Brooks, A. Pach, R.F. Breiman, S.P. Luby, P.K. Ram, “Community Perceptions of Bloody Diarrhoea in the Urban Slum of Kamalapur, Bangladesh: Implications for Introduction of a Shigella Vaccine “, journal Epidemiology and Infection, vol.139(4):599-605, 2011
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Private Universities in Bangladesh: Challenges and opportunities “, Journal of the World Universities Forum, Vol 4, Issue 4, pp 37 – 44, 2011
  3. Abdur Razzaque, L Nahar, AHMG Mustafa, KA Zunaid, MS Islam, M Yunus, “Socio-demographic differentials of selected non communicable diseases risk factors among adults in Matlab,Bangladesh: findings from a WHO STEPS survey “, Asia Pac J. Public Health, vol. 23 no. 2 183-191, 2011

2010

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Eco-friendly Village Modeling: Approach to Proper Rural Land Use in Bangladesh”, Lund University Development Research Day Seminar, October 14 2010, Lund, Sweden, 2010
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Quality Assurance of Private Universities in Bangladesh”, Journal of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education , 2010

2009

  1. Rayyan Hassan, “‘Critical review of Ecotourism practices in the Third World: From the Masai to the Sundarbans’”, Grassroots Voice: A Journal of Indigenous Knowledge and Development, Vol. VII Issue 2, 2009
  2. Bijoy Barua, “Non-formal Education, Economic Growth and Development: Challenges for Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Book Chapter. In A. Abdi and D. Kapoor (Eds.) Global Pertspectives on Adult Education (pp. 125-140), Publisher: Palgrave McMillan, 2009
  3. Bijoy Barua, “Participatory Research and Grassroots Development: Challenges in Rural Bangladesh”, Book Chapter (in press) In D. Kapoor and S. Jordan (Eds.), International perspectives on Education, PAR and Social Change, Publisher(s): Palgrave McMillan., 2009
  4. Shahriar Khandaker , “Public Service Advertising: Advertising Appeals In Anti-Smoking Campaigns “, Perth, Western Australia: School of Communication, 2009
  5. Razzaque, A., Lutfun Nahar, Hoang Van Minh Nawi Ng, Sanjay Juvekar, Ali Ashraf, Syed Masud Ahmed, Kusol Soonthornthada, Uraiwan anungsukkasem, Tran Huu Bich, “Social factors and overweight: evidence from nine Asian INDEPTH Network sites”, Global Health Action, vol.2 (1), 2009

2008

  1. Touhida Tasnima, “Determinants of Quality in Higher Education? Bangladesh Perspective through Private Universities”, 2008

2007

  1. Bijoy Barua, “Colonialism, Education and Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Journal of International Education, Volume 37, Number 1, Fall, pp. 60-76, 2007

2006

  1. Nahar L., Mizanur Rahman, “Changes in Socio-economic Differentials of Age at Marriage and First Birth during 1983-1994 in Matlab, Bangladesh”, Demography India, vol. 35 no.1: 1-14, 2006

2005

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Agricultural Developement in a Buddhist Village of Bangladesh”, Human Securities in the Asia Pacific Region, Asia-Pacific Sociological Association, Mahidol University, Thailand, December 16-18, Proceedings of the 7th Conference, 2005
  2. Bijoy P. Barua and Margot Wilson, “Agroforestry and Development: Displacemnt of Buddhist Values in Bangladesh”, Canadian Jornal of International Development Studies, Volume XXVI, Number 2, pp. 223-246, 2005

2004

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Rheumatism in South Asians”, Parkhurst Exchange, Canadian Medical Educational Journal for the Doctors), Volume 12 (6), 2004
  2. ActionAid Bangaldesh and Coastal Development Partnership, “‘To Enter Again the Sweet Forest: A qualitative perspective of People’s Livelihood in the Sundarbans’, “, CDP and ActionAid Bangladesh, 2004, Intent Publishers, Dhaka, 2004

2003

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Buddhist Experiential Learning and its Contribution to Adult Education in an era of Globalization”, Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, 22nd Annual Conference Proceedings, May 29-31, 2003
  2. Aaby P., A. Bhuiya, L. Nahar , K. Knudsen, A. de Francisco, M. Strong, “The survival benefit of measles immunization may not be explained entirely by the prevention of measles disease: a community study from rural Bangladesh “, International Journal of Epidemiology, 32:106-15, 2003

2002

  1. Bijoy P.Barua, “Participatory Research, Education and Rural Farmers: A Case Study from Bangladesh”, Twenty-first Annual Conference of Candian Association for the Study of Adult Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, canada, pp. 19-24, 2002

2001

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Non-Governmental Organizations and Popular Education Programs: Can They Mobilize Culturally Appropriate Grassroots Organizations in Rural Bangladesh”, Conference Proceedings, 20th Annual Conference of Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, pp. 14-19, 2001

1999

  1. C.A Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Neue Beziehungsverhaltnisse Zugunsten Der Armsten, Ein Innovativer Ansatz in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit”, Managerie, Volume 5, pp. 2-20, 1999

1995

  1. C.A. Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Coaching for Organizational Development and Partnership – An Innovative Approach”, Medicus Mundi, Volum 58, pp. 29-45, 1995

2016

2015

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Disaster Preparedness among School Going Children in Bangladesh- A Gender Perspective”, International Conference on Gender, Diversity and Development 2015, 2015
  2. Dr. Rafiqul Huda Chaudhury, “Will Bangladesh seize or squander the economic opportunity offered by the demographic dividend”, Asia – Pacific Population Journal, Volume 29. No (2), 2014., 2015

2014

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Climate Change and School Going Children in Bangladesh: Understanding the Relationship”, International Conference on Sustainable Development Practices Organized by Columbia University and United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, 2014
  2. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Governmental Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations Involvement in Managing Drinking Water: Disaster Affected Coastal Rural Area of Bangladesh”, The Global Studies Journal, 6/1/45-54, 2014
  3. Touhida Tasnima, “THE CHALLENGES OF PEOPLE’S RIGHT TO KNOW ABOUT PUBLIC SERVICE IN BANGLADESH”, International Research Conference on Business, Economics and Social Sciences, IRC 2014, 2014

2013

Sorry, No Publications in 2013!

2012

  1. Touhida Tasnima Ehsanul Haque, “Neoliberal Globalization and Higher Education in Bangladesh”, Palgrave McMillan, New York , 2012

2011

  1. W. Arvelo, L.S. Blum, Nazmun Nahar, L. von Seidlein, L. Nahar, R.P. Pack, A.W. Brooks, A. Pach, R.F. Breiman, S.P. Luby, P.K. Ram, “Community Perceptions of Bloody Diarrhoea in the Urban Slum of Kamalapur, Bangladesh: Implications for Introduction of a Shigella Vaccine “, journal Epidemiology and Infection, vol.139(4):599-605, 2011
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Private Universities in Bangladesh: Challenges and opportunities “, Journal of the World Universities Forum, Vol 4, Issue 4, pp 37 – 44, 2011
  3. Abdur Razzaque, L Nahar, AHMG Mustafa, KA Zunaid, MS Islam, M Yunus, “Socio-demographic differentials of selected non communicable diseases risk factors among adults in Matlab,Bangladesh: findings from a WHO STEPS survey “, Asia Pac J. Public Health, vol. 23 no. 2 183-191, 2011

2010

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Eco-friendly Village Modeling: Approach to Proper Rural Land Use in Bangladesh”, Lund University Development Research Day Seminar, October 14 2010, Lund, Sweden, 2010
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Quality Assurance of Private Universities in Bangladesh”, Journal of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education , 2010

2009

  1. Rayyan Hassan, “‘Critical review of Ecotourism practices in the Third World: From the Masai to the Sundarbans’”, Grassroots Voice: A Journal of Indigenous Knowledge and Development, Vol. VII Issue 2, 2009
  2. Bijoy Barua, “Non-formal Education, Economic Growth and Development: Challenges for Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Book Chapter. In A. Abdi and D. Kapoor (Eds.) Global Pertspectives on Adult Education (pp. 125-140), Publisher: Palgrave McMillan, 2009
  3. Bijoy Barua, “Participatory Research and Grassroots Development: Challenges in Rural Bangladesh”, Book Chapter (in press) In D. Kapoor and S. Jordan (Eds.), International perspectives on Education, PAR and Social Change, Publisher(s): Palgrave McMillan., 2009
  4. Shahriar Khandaker , “Public Service Advertising: Advertising Appeals In Anti-Smoking Campaigns “, Perth, Western Australia: School of Communication, 2009
  5. Razzaque, A., Lutfun Nahar, Hoang Van Minh Nawi Ng, Sanjay Juvekar, Ali Ashraf, Syed Masud Ahmed, Kusol Soonthornthada, Uraiwan anungsukkasem, Tran Huu Bich, “Social factors and overweight: evidence from nine Asian INDEPTH Network sites”, Global Health Action, vol.2 (1), 2009

2008

  1. Touhida Tasnima, “Determinants of Quality in Higher Education? Bangladesh Perspective through Private Universities”, 2008

2007

  1. Bijoy Barua, “Colonialism, Education and Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Journal of International Education, Volume 37, Number 1, Fall, pp. 60-76, 2007

2006

  1. Nahar L., Mizanur Rahman, “Changes in Socio-economic Differentials of Age at Marriage and First Birth during 1983-1994 in Matlab, Bangladesh”, Demography India, vol. 35 no.1: 1-14, 2006

2005

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Agricultural Developement in a Buddhist Village of Bangladesh”, Human Securities in the Asia Pacific Region, Asia-Pacific Sociological Association, Mahidol University, Thailand, December 16-18, Proceedings of the 7th Conference, 2005
  2. Bijoy P. Barua and Margot Wilson, “Agroforestry and Development: Displacemnt of Buddhist Values in Bangladesh”, Canadian Jornal of International Development Studies, Volume XXVI, Number 2, pp. 223-246, 2005

2004

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Rheumatism in South Asians”, Parkhurst Exchange, Canadian Medical Educational Journal for the Doctors), Volume 12 (6), 2004
  2. ActionAid Bangaldesh and Coastal Development Partnership, “‘To Enter Again the Sweet Forest: A qualitative perspective of People’s Livelihood in the Sundarbans’, “, CDP and ActionAid Bangladesh, 2004, Intent Publishers, Dhaka, 2004

2003

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Buddhist Experiential Learning and its Contribution to Adult Education in an era of Globalization”, Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, 22nd Annual Conference Proceedings, May 29-31, 2003
  2. Aaby P., A. Bhuiya, L. Nahar , K. Knudsen, A. de Francisco, M. Strong, “The survival benefit of measles immunization may not be explained entirely by the prevention of measles disease: a community study from rural Bangladesh “, International Journal of Epidemiology, 32:106-15, 2003

2002

  1. Bijoy P.Barua, “Participatory Research, Education and Rural Farmers: A Case Study from Bangladesh”, Twenty-first Annual Conference of Candian Association for the Study of Adult Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, canada, pp. 19-24, 2002

2001

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Non-Governmental Organizations and Popular Education Programs: Can They Mobilize Culturally Appropriate Grassroots Organizations in Rural Bangladesh”, Conference Proceedings, 20th Annual Conference of Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, pp. 14-19, 2001

1999

  1. C.A Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Neue Beziehungsverhaltnisse Zugunsten Der Armsten, Ein Innovativer Ansatz in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit”, Managerie, Volume 5, pp. 2-20, 1999

1995

  1. C.A. Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Coaching for Organizational Development and Partnership – An Innovative Approach”, Medicus Mundi, Volum 58, pp. 29-45, 1995

2016

2015

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Disaster Preparedness among School Going Children in Bangladesh- A Gender Perspective”, International Conference on Gender, Diversity and Development 2015, 2015
  2. Dr. Rafiqul Huda Chaudhury, “Will Bangladesh seize or squander the economic opportunity offered by the demographic dividend”, Asia – Pacific Population Journal, Volume 29. No (2), 2014., 2015

2014

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Climate Change and School Going Children in Bangladesh: Understanding the Relationship”, International Conference on Sustainable Development Practices Organized by Columbia University and United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, 2014
  2. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Governmental Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations Involvement in Managing Drinking Water: Disaster Affected Coastal Rural Area of Bangladesh”, The Global Studies Journal, 6/1/45-54, 2014
  3. Touhida Tasnima, “THE CHALLENGES OF PEOPLE’S RIGHT TO KNOW ABOUT PUBLIC SERVICE IN BANGLADESH”, International Research Conference on Business, Economics and Social Sciences, IRC 2014, 2014

2013

Sorry, No Publications in 2013!

2012

  1. Touhida Tasnima Ehsanul Haque, “Neoliberal Globalization and Higher Education in Bangladesh”, Palgrave McMillan, New York , 2012

2011

  1. W. Arvelo, L.S. Blum, Nazmun Nahar, L. von Seidlein, L. Nahar, R.P. Pack, A.W. Brooks, A. Pach, R.F. Breiman, S.P. Luby, P.K. Ram, “Community Perceptions of Bloody Diarrhoea in the Urban Slum of Kamalapur, Bangladesh: Implications for Introduction of a Shigella Vaccine “, journal Epidemiology and Infection, vol.139(4):599-605, 2011
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Private Universities in Bangladesh: Challenges and opportunities “, Journal of the World Universities Forum, Vol 4, Issue 4, pp 37 – 44, 2011
  3. Abdur Razzaque, L Nahar, AHMG Mustafa, KA Zunaid, MS Islam, M Yunus, “Socio-demographic differentials of selected non communicable diseases risk factors among adults in Matlab,Bangladesh: findings from a WHO STEPS survey “, Asia Pac J. Public Health, vol. 23 no. 2 183-191, 2011

2010

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Eco-friendly Village Modeling: Approach to Proper Rural Land Use in Bangladesh”, Lund University Development Research Day Seminar, October 14 2010, Lund, Sweden, 2010
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Quality Assurance of Private Universities in Bangladesh”, Journal of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education , 2010

2009

  1. Rayyan Hassan, “‘Critical review of Ecotourism practices in the Third World: From the Masai to the Sundarbans’”, Grassroots Voice: A Journal of Indigenous Knowledge and Development, Vol. VII Issue 2, 2009
  2. Bijoy Barua, “Non-formal Education, Economic Growth and Development: Challenges for Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Book Chapter. In A. Abdi and D. Kapoor (Eds.) Global Pertspectives on Adult Education (pp. 125-140), Publisher: Palgrave McMillan, 2009
  3. Bijoy Barua, “Participatory Research and Grassroots Development: Challenges in Rural Bangladesh”, Book Chapter (in press) In D. Kapoor and S. Jordan (Eds.), International perspectives on Education, PAR and Social Change, Publisher(s): Palgrave McMillan., 2009
  4. Shahriar Khandaker , “Public Service Advertising: Advertising Appeals In Anti-Smoking Campaigns “, Perth, Western Australia: School of Communication, 2009
  5. Razzaque, A., Lutfun Nahar, Hoang Van Minh Nawi Ng, Sanjay Juvekar, Ali Ashraf, Syed Masud Ahmed, Kusol Soonthornthada, Uraiwan anungsukkasem, Tran Huu Bich, “Social factors and overweight: evidence from nine Asian INDEPTH Network sites”, Global Health Action, vol.2 (1), 2009

2008

  1. Touhida Tasnima, “Determinants of Quality in Higher Education? Bangladesh Perspective through Private Universities”, 2008

2007

  1. Bijoy Barua, “Colonialism, Education and Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Journal of International Education, Volume 37, Number 1, Fall, pp. 60-76, 2007

2006

  1. Nahar L., Mizanur Rahman, “Changes in Socio-economic Differentials of Age at Marriage and First Birth during 1983-1994 in Matlab, Bangladesh”, Demography India, vol. 35 no.1: 1-14, 2006

2005

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Agricultural Developement in a Buddhist Village of Bangladesh”, Human Securities in the Asia Pacific Region, Asia-Pacific Sociological Association, Mahidol University, Thailand, December 16-18, Proceedings of the 7th Conference, 2005
  2. Bijoy P. Barua and Margot Wilson, “Agroforestry and Development: Displacemnt of Buddhist Values in Bangladesh”, Canadian Jornal of International Development Studies, Volume XXVI, Number 2, pp. 223-246, 2005

2004

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Rheumatism in South Asians”, Parkhurst Exchange, Canadian Medical Educational Journal for the Doctors), Volume 12 (6), 2004
  2. ActionAid Bangaldesh and Coastal Development Partnership, “‘To Enter Again the Sweet Forest: A qualitative perspective of People’s Livelihood in the Sundarbans’, “, CDP and ActionAid Bangladesh, 2004, Intent Publishers, Dhaka, 2004

2003

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Buddhist Experiential Learning and its Contribution to Adult Education in an era of Globalization”, Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, 22nd Annual Conference Proceedings, May 29-31, 2003
  2. Aaby P., A. Bhuiya, L. Nahar , K. Knudsen, A. de Francisco, M. Strong, “The survival benefit of measles immunization may not be explained entirely by the prevention of measles disease: a community study from rural Bangladesh “, International Journal of Epidemiology, 32:106-15, 2003

2002

  1. Bijoy P.Barua, “Participatory Research, Education and Rural Farmers: A Case Study from Bangladesh”, Twenty-first Annual Conference of Candian Association for the Study of Adult Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, canada, pp. 19-24, 2002

2001

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Non-Governmental Organizations and Popular Education Programs: Can They Mobilize Culturally Appropriate Grassroots Organizations in Rural Bangladesh”, Conference Proceedings, 20th Annual Conference of Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, pp. 14-19, 2001

1999

  1. C.A Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Neue Beziehungsverhaltnisse Zugunsten Der Armsten, Ein Innovativer Ansatz in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit”, Managerie, Volume 5, pp. 2-20, 1999

1995

  1. C.A. Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Coaching for Organizational Development and Partnership – An Innovative Approach”, Medicus Mundi, Volum 58, pp. 29-45, 1995
+ Bangladesh Studies

2016

2015

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Disaster Preparedness among School Going Children in Bangladesh- A Gender Perspective”, International Conference on Gender, Diversity and Development 2015, 2015
  2. Dr. Rafiqul Huda Chaudhury, “Will Bangladesh seize or squander the economic opportunity offered by the demographic dividend”, Asia – Pacific Population Journal, Volume 29. No (2), 2014., 2015

2014

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Climate Change and School Going Children in Bangladesh: Understanding the Relationship”, International Conference on Sustainable Development Practices Organized by Columbia University and United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, 2014
  2. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Governmental Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations Involvement in Managing Drinking Water: Disaster Affected Coastal Rural Area of Bangladesh”, The Global Studies Journal, 6/1/45-54, 2014
  3. Touhida Tasnima, “THE CHALLENGES OF PEOPLE’S RIGHT TO KNOW ABOUT PUBLIC SERVICE IN BANGLADESH”, International Research Conference on Business, Economics and Social Sciences, IRC 2014, 2014

2013

Sorry, No Publications in 2013!

2012

  1. Touhida Tasnima Ehsanul Haque, “Neoliberal Globalization and Higher Education in Bangladesh”, Palgrave McMillan, New York , 2012

2011

  1. W. Arvelo, L.S. Blum, Nazmun Nahar, L. von Seidlein, L. Nahar, R.P. Pack, A.W. Brooks, A. Pach, R.F. Breiman, S.P. Luby, P.K. Ram, “Community Perceptions of Bloody Diarrhoea in the Urban Slum of Kamalapur, Bangladesh: Implications for Introduction of a Shigella Vaccine “, journal Epidemiology and Infection, vol.139(4):599-605, 2011
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Private Universities in Bangladesh: Challenges and opportunities “, Journal of the World Universities Forum, Vol 4, Issue 4, pp 37 – 44, 2011
  3. Abdur Razzaque, L Nahar, AHMG Mustafa, KA Zunaid, MS Islam, M Yunus, “Socio-demographic differentials of selected non communicable diseases risk factors among adults in Matlab,Bangladesh: findings from a WHO STEPS survey “, Asia Pac J. Public Health, vol. 23 no. 2 183-191, 2011

2010

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Eco-friendly Village Modeling: Approach to Proper Rural Land Use in Bangladesh”, Lund University Development Research Day Seminar, October 14 2010, Lund, Sweden, 2010
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Quality Assurance of Private Universities in Bangladesh”, Journal of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education , 2010

2009

  1. Rayyan Hassan, “‘Critical review of Ecotourism practices in the Third World: From the Masai to the Sundarbans’”, Grassroots Voice: A Journal of Indigenous Knowledge and Development, Vol. VII Issue 2, 2009
  2. Bijoy Barua, “Non-formal Education, Economic Growth and Development: Challenges for Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Book Chapter. In A. Abdi and D. Kapoor (Eds.) Global Pertspectives on Adult Education (pp. 125-140), Publisher: Palgrave McMillan, 2009
  3. Bijoy Barua, “Participatory Research and Grassroots Development: Challenges in Rural Bangladesh”, Book Chapter (in press) In D. Kapoor and S. Jordan (Eds.), International perspectives on Education, PAR and Social Change, Publisher(s): Palgrave McMillan., 2009
  4. Shahriar Khandaker , “Public Service Advertising: Advertising Appeals In Anti-Smoking Campaigns “, Perth, Western Australia: School of Communication, 2009
  5. Razzaque, A., Lutfun Nahar, Hoang Van Minh Nawi Ng, Sanjay Juvekar, Ali Ashraf, Syed Masud Ahmed, Kusol Soonthornthada, Uraiwan anungsukkasem, Tran Huu Bich, “Social factors and overweight: evidence from nine Asian INDEPTH Network sites”, Global Health Action, vol.2 (1), 2009

2008

  1. Touhida Tasnima, “Determinants of Quality in Higher Education? Bangladesh Perspective through Private Universities”, 2008

2007

  1. Bijoy Barua, “Colonialism, Education and Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Journal of International Education, Volume 37, Number 1, Fall, pp. 60-76, 2007

2006

  1. Nahar L., Mizanur Rahman, “Changes in Socio-economic Differentials of Age at Marriage and First Birth during 1983-1994 in Matlab, Bangladesh”, Demography India, vol. 35 no.1: 1-14, 2006

2005

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Agricultural Developement in a Buddhist Village of Bangladesh”, Human Securities in the Asia Pacific Region, Asia-Pacific Sociological Association, Mahidol University, Thailand, December 16-18, Proceedings of the 7th Conference, 2005
  2. Bijoy P. Barua and Margot Wilson, “Agroforestry and Development: Displacemnt of Buddhist Values in Bangladesh”, Canadian Jornal of International Development Studies, Volume XXVI, Number 2, pp. 223-246, 2005

2004

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Rheumatism in South Asians”, Parkhurst Exchange, Canadian Medical Educational Journal for the Doctors), Volume 12 (6), 2004
  2. ActionAid Bangaldesh and Coastal Development Partnership, “‘To Enter Again the Sweet Forest: A qualitative perspective of People’s Livelihood in the Sundarbans’, “, CDP and ActionAid Bangladesh, 2004, Intent Publishers, Dhaka, 2004

2003

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Buddhist Experiential Learning and its Contribution to Adult Education in an era of Globalization”, Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, 22nd Annual Conference Proceedings, May 29-31, 2003
  2. Aaby P., A. Bhuiya, L. Nahar , K. Knudsen, A. de Francisco, M. Strong, “The survival benefit of measles immunization may not be explained entirely by the prevention of measles disease: a community study from rural Bangladesh “, International Journal of Epidemiology, 32:106-15, 2003

2002

  1. Bijoy P.Barua, “Participatory Research, Education and Rural Farmers: A Case Study from Bangladesh”, Twenty-first Annual Conference of Candian Association for the Study of Adult Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, canada, pp. 19-24, 2002

2001

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Non-Governmental Organizations and Popular Education Programs: Can They Mobilize Culturally Appropriate Grassroots Organizations in Rural Bangladesh”, Conference Proceedings, 20th Annual Conference of Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, pp. 14-19, 2001

1999

  1. C.A Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Neue Beziehungsverhaltnisse Zugunsten Der Armsten, Ein Innovativer Ansatz in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit”, Managerie, Volume 5, pp. 2-20, 1999

1995

  1. C.A. Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Coaching for Organizational Development and Partnership – An Innovative Approach”, Medicus Mundi, Volum 58, pp. 29-45, 1995
+ Sociology

2016

2015

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Disaster Preparedness among School Going Children in Bangladesh- A Gender Perspective”, International Conference on Gender, Diversity and Development 2015, 2015
  2. Dr. Rafiqul Huda Chaudhury, “Will Bangladesh seize or squander the economic opportunity offered by the demographic dividend”, Asia – Pacific Population Journal, Volume 29. No (2), 2014., 2015

2014

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Climate Change and School Going Children in Bangladesh: Understanding the Relationship”, International Conference on Sustainable Development Practices Organized by Columbia University and United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, 2014
  2. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Governmental Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations Involvement in Managing Drinking Water: Disaster Affected Coastal Rural Area of Bangladesh”, The Global Studies Journal, 6/1/45-54, 2014
  3. Touhida Tasnima, “THE CHALLENGES OF PEOPLE’S RIGHT TO KNOW ABOUT PUBLIC SERVICE IN BANGLADESH”, International Research Conference on Business, Economics and Social Sciences, IRC 2014, 2014

2013

Sorry, No Publications in 2013!

2012

  1. Touhida Tasnima Ehsanul Haque, “Neoliberal Globalization and Higher Education in Bangladesh”, Palgrave McMillan, New York , 2012

2011

  1. W. Arvelo, L.S. Blum, Nazmun Nahar, L. von Seidlein, L. Nahar, R.P. Pack, A.W. Brooks, A. Pach, R.F. Breiman, S.P. Luby, P.K. Ram, “Community Perceptions of Bloody Diarrhoea in the Urban Slum of Kamalapur, Bangladesh: Implications for Introduction of a Shigella Vaccine “, journal Epidemiology and Infection, vol.139(4):599-605, 2011
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Private Universities in Bangladesh: Challenges and opportunities “, Journal of the World Universities Forum, Vol 4, Issue 4, pp 37 – 44, 2011
  3. Abdur Razzaque, L Nahar, AHMG Mustafa, KA Zunaid, MS Islam, M Yunus, “Socio-demographic differentials of selected non communicable diseases risk factors among adults in Matlab,Bangladesh: findings from a WHO STEPS survey “, Asia Pac J. Public Health, vol. 23 no. 2 183-191, 2011

2010

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Eco-friendly Village Modeling: Approach to Proper Rural Land Use in Bangladesh”, Lund University Development Research Day Seminar, October 14 2010, Lund, Sweden, 2010
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Quality Assurance of Private Universities in Bangladesh”, Journal of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education , 2010

2009

  1. Rayyan Hassan, “‘Critical review of Ecotourism practices in the Third World: From the Masai to the Sundarbans’”, Grassroots Voice: A Journal of Indigenous Knowledge and Development, Vol. VII Issue 2, 2009
  2. Bijoy Barua, “Non-formal Education, Economic Growth and Development: Challenges for Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Book Chapter. In A. Abdi and D. Kapoor (Eds.) Global Pertspectives on Adult Education (pp. 125-140), Publisher: Palgrave McMillan, 2009
  3. Bijoy Barua, “Participatory Research and Grassroots Development: Challenges in Rural Bangladesh”, Book Chapter (in press) In D. Kapoor and S. Jordan (Eds.), International perspectives on Education, PAR and Social Change, Publisher(s): Palgrave McMillan., 2009
  4. Shahriar Khandaker , “Public Service Advertising: Advertising Appeals In Anti-Smoking Campaigns “, Perth, Western Australia: School of Communication, 2009
  5. Razzaque, A., Lutfun Nahar, Hoang Van Minh Nawi Ng, Sanjay Juvekar, Ali Ashraf, Syed Masud Ahmed, Kusol Soonthornthada, Uraiwan anungsukkasem, Tran Huu Bich, “Social factors and overweight: evidence from nine Asian INDEPTH Network sites”, Global Health Action, vol.2 (1), 2009

2008

  1. Touhida Tasnima, “Determinants of Quality in Higher Education? Bangladesh Perspective through Private Universities”, 2008

2007

  1. Bijoy Barua, “Colonialism, Education and Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Journal of International Education, Volume 37, Number 1, Fall, pp. 60-76, 2007

2006

  1. Nahar L., Mizanur Rahman, “Changes in Socio-economic Differentials of Age at Marriage and First Birth during 1983-1994 in Matlab, Bangladesh”, Demography India, vol. 35 no.1: 1-14, 2006

2005

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Agricultural Developement in a Buddhist Village of Bangladesh”, Human Securities in the Asia Pacific Region, Asia-Pacific Sociological Association, Mahidol University, Thailand, December 16-18, Proceedings of the 7th Conference, 2005
  2. Bijoy P. Barua and Margot Wilson, “Agroforestry and Development: Displacemnt of Buddhist Values in Bangladesh”, Canadian Jornal of International Development Studies, Volume XXVI, Number 2, pp. 223-246, 2005

2004

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Rheumatism in South Asians”, Parkhurst Exchange, Canadian Medical Educational Journal for the Doctors), Volume 12 (6), 2004
  2. ActionAid Bangaldesh and Coastal Development Partnership, “‘To Enter Again the Sweet Forest: A qualitative perspective of People’s Livelihood in the Sundarbans’, “, CDP and ActionAid Bangladesh, 2004, Intent Publishers, Dhaka, 2004

2003

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Buddhist Experiential Learning and its Contribution to Adult Education in an era of Globalization”, Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, 22nd Annual Conference Proceedings, May 29-31, 2003
  2. Aaby P., A. Bhuiya, L. Nahar , K. Knudsen, A. de Francisco, M. Strong, “The survival benefit of measles immunization may not be explained entirely by the prevention of measles disease: a community study from rural Bangladesh “, International Journal of Epidemiology, 32:106-15, 2003

2002

  1. Bijoy P.Barua, “Participatory Research, Education and Rural Farmers: A Case Study from Bangladesh”, Twenty-first Annual Conference of Candian Association for the Study of Adult Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, canada, pp. 19-24, 2002

2001

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Non-Governmental Organizations and Popular Education Programs: Can They Mobilize Culturally Appropriate Grassroots Organizations in Rural Bangladesh”, Conference Proceedings, 20th Annual Conference of Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, pp. 14-19, 2001

1999

  1. C.A Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Neue Beziehungsverhaltnisse Zugunsten Der Armsten, Ein Innovativer Ansatz in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit”, Managerie, Volume 5, pp. 2-20, 1999

1995

  1. C.A. Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Coaching for Organizational Development and Partnership – An Innovative Approach”, Medicus Mundi, Volum 58, pp. 29-45, 1995
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2015

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Disaster Preparedness among School Going Children in Bangladesh- A Gender Perspective”, International Conference on Gender, Diversity and Development 2015, 2015
  2. Dr. Rafiqul Huda Chaudhury, “Will Bangladesh seize or squander the economic opportunity offered by the demographic dividend”, Asia – Pacific Population Journal, Volume 29. No (2), 2014., 2015

2014

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Climate Change and School Going Children in Bangladesh: Understanding the Relationship”, International Conference on Sustainable Development Practices Organized by Columbia University and United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, 2014
  2. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Governmental Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations Involvement in Managing Drinking Water: Disaster Affected Coastal Rural Area of Bangladesh”, The Global Studies Journal, 6/1/45-54, 2014
  3. Touhida Tasnima, “THE CHALLENGES OF PEOPLE’S RIGHT TO KNOW ABOUT PUBLIC SERVICE IN BANGLADESH”, International Research Conference on Business, Economics and Social Sciences, IRC 2014, 2014

2013

Sorry, No Publications in 2013!

2012

  1. Touhida Tasnima Ehsanul Haque, “Neoliberal Globalization and Higher Education in Bangladesh”, Palgrave McMillan, New York , 2012

2011

  1. W. Arvelo, L.S. Blum, Nazmun Nahar, L. von Seidlein, L. Nahar, R.P. Pack, A.W. Brooks, A. Pach, R.F. Breiman, S.P. Luby, P.K. Ram, “Community Perceptions of Bloody Diarrhoea in the Urban Slum of Kamalapur, Bangladesh: Implications for Introduction of a Shigella Vaccine “, journal Epidemiology and Infection, vol.139(4):599-605, 2011
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Private Universities in Bangladesh: Challenges and opportunities “, Journal of the World Universities Forum, Vol 4, Issue 4, pp 37 – 44, 2011
  3. Abdur Razzaque, L Nahar, AHMG Mustafa, KA Zunaid, MS Islam, M Yunus, “Socio-demographic differentials of selected non communicable diseases risk factors among adults in Matlab,Bangladesh: findings from a WHO STEPS survey “, Asia Pac J. Public Health, vol. 23 no. 2 183-191, 2011

2010

  1. Ekhtekharul Islam, “Eco-friendly Village Modeling: Approach to Proper Rural Land Use in Bangladesh”, Lund University Development Research Day Seminar, October 14 2010, Lund, Sweden, 2010
  2. Touhida Tasnima, “Quality Assurance of Private Universities in Bangladesh”, Journal of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education , 2010

2009

  1. Rayyan Hassan, “‘Critical review of Ecotourism practices in the Third World: From the Masai to the Sundarbans’”, Grassroots Voice: A Journal of Indigenous Knowledge and Development, Vol. VII Issue 2, 2009
  2. Bijoy Barua, “Non-formal Education, Economic Growth and Development: Challenges for Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Book Chapter. In A. Abdi and D. Kapoor (Eds.) Global Pertspectives on Adult Education (pp. 125-140), Publisher: Palgrave McMillan, 2009
  3. Bijoy Barua, “Participatory Research and Grassroots Development: Challenges in Rural Bangladesh”, Book Chapter (in press) In D. Kapoor and S. Jordan (Eds.), International perspectives on Education, PAR and Social Change, Publisher(s): Palgrave McMillan., 2009
  4. Shahriar Khandaker , “Public Service Advertising: Advertising Appeals In Anti-Smoking Campaigns “, Perth, Western Australia: School of Communication, 2009
  5. Razzaque, A., Lutfun Nahar, Hoang Van Minh Nawi Ng, Sanjay Juvekar, Ali Ashraf, Syed Masud Ahmed, Kusol Soonthornthada, Uraiwan anungsukkasem, Tran Huu Bich, “Social factors and overweight: evidence from nine Asian INDEPTH Network sites”, Global Health Action, vol.2 (1), 2009

2008

  1. Touhida Tasnima, “Determinants of Quality in Higher Education? Bangladesh Perspective through Private Universities”, 2008

2007

  1. Bijoy Barua, “Colonialism, Education and Rural Buddhist Communities in Bangladesh”, Journal of International Education, Volume 37, Number 1, Fall, pp. 60-76, 2007

2006

  1. Nahar L., Mizanur Rahman, “Changes in Socio-economic Differentials of Age at Marriage and First Birth during 1983-1994 in Matlab, Bangladesh”, Demography India, vol. 35 no.1: 1-14, 2006

2005

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Agricultural Developement in a Buddhist Village of Bangladesh”, Human Securities in the Asia Pacific Region, Asia-Pacific Sociological Association, Mahidol University, Thailand, December 16-18, Proceedings of the 7th Conference, 2005
  2. Bijoy P. Barua and Margot Wilson, “Agroforestry and Development: Displacemnt of Buddhist Values in Bangladesh”, Canadian Jornal of International Development Studies, Volume XXVI, Number 2, pp. 223-246, 2005

2004

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Rheumatism in South Asians”, Parkhurst Exchange, Canadian Medical Educational Journal for the Doctors), Volume 12 (6), 2004
  2. ActionAid Bangaldesh and Coastal Development Partnership, “‘To Enter Again the Sweet Forest: A qualitative perspective of People’s Livelihood in the Sundarbans’, “, CDP and ActionAid Bangladesh, 2004, Intent Publishers, Dhaka, 2004

2003

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Buddhist Experiential Learning and its Contribution to Adult Education in an era of Globalization”, Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, 22nd Annual Conference Proceedings, May 29-31, 2003
  2. Aaby P., A. Bhuiya, L. Nahar , K. Knudsen, A. de Francisco, M. Strong, “The survival benefit of measles immunization may not be explained entirely by the prevention of measles disease: a community study from rural Bangladesh “, International Journal of Epidemiology, 32:106-15, 2003

2002

  1. Bijoy P.Barua, “Participatory Research, Education and Rural Farmers: A Case Study from Bangladesh”, Twenty-first Annual Conference of Candian Association for the Study of Adult Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, canada, pp. 19-24, 2002

2001

  1. Bijoy P. Barua, “Non-Governmental Organizations and Popular Education Programs: Can They Mobilize Culturally Appropriate Grassroots Organizations in Rural Bangladesh”, Conference Proceedings, 20th Annual Conference of Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, pp. 14-19, 2001

1999

  1. C.A Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Neue Beziehungsverhaltnisse Zugunsten Der Armsten, Ein Innovativer Ansatz in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit”, Managerie, Volume 5, pp. 2-20, 1999

1995

  1. C.A. Ribaux and B.P. Barua, “Coaching for Organizational Development and Partnership – An Innovative Approach”, Medicus Mundi, Volum 58, pp. 29-45, 1995