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National Conference

East West University Center for Research and Training (EWUCRT) with assistance of University Grants Commission (UGC) under Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project (HEQEP) organized a National Conference on 28 March 2017 on “Low Age at Marriage in Bangladesh: Myth or Reality ?”

The following papers were presented at the conference

International Conference on Knowledge Transfer

East West University Center for Research and Training(EWUCRT) organized the International Conference on Knowledge Transfer at East West University Campus, Dhaka, 17-18 February, 2017 with the financial support of UGC/World Bank Academic Innovation Fund under the HEQEP sub-project: Knowledge Transfer and Capacity Development of Academic Staff.

The following papers were presented at the conference

Keynote Paper- Title of Paper: Rapid urbanization and its challenges and opportunities in the context of Bangladesh and abroad; Presenter: Professor Amitabh Kundu, Institute for Human Development, India


Title of Paper: Uncontrolled and rapid geo-demographic expansion of Dhaka Megacity: Looking for a sustainable urbanization and healthy management of IDPs in Bangladesh; Presenter: AQM Mahbub, Professor, Department of Geography and Environment, University of Dhaka

Title of Paper: Trends in rural to urban migration over the last 30 years in Matlab, a rural area of Bangladesh; Presenter: Lutfun Nahar, Associate Professor, Department of Social Relations, East West University, Bangladesh

Title of Paper: Comparative advantage of urban economy: Policy implications to contain inequity, poverty and environmental degradation in the context of Bangladesh; Presenter: ATM Nurul Amin, Professor, Department of Economics, North South University, Dhaka

Title of Paper: Who should pay for urban wetlands? – An economic argument for Payment of Ecosystem Services; Presenter: A.K. Enamul Haque, Professor, Department of Economics, East West University.