Economics

Report on Bangladeshi Workers Overseas Problems and Prospects

Report on Bangladeshi Workers Overseas Problems and Prospects

Bangladesh as a developing country has a potential sector which has a major impact on the economic system. Our most revenue generating sector is RMG which helps us to get good foreign currency. BACK GROUND To begin with the chosen topic of Bangladesh labor market overseas problems & Prospects.....

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Problems of Bangladesh Energy and Power Sector Plan

Problems of Bangladesh Energy and Power Sector Plan

Electricity is the major source of power for country’s most of the economic activities. Bangladesh’s energy infrastructure is quite small, insufficient and poorly managed. The per capita energy consumption in Bangladesh is one of the lowest (136 KWH) in the world. Bangladesh need (22.....

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Lecture on WTO and Regional Economic Integrations

Lecture on WTO and Regional Economic Integrations

The GATT applied only to trade of goods, while the WTO included rules on trade of services in the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and on international application of property rights in the Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS).The WTO has a new “dispute settlement” .....

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Lecture on Millennium Development Goals

Lecture on Millennium Development Goals

The Millennium Development Goals also provide a framework for the entire international community to work together towards a common end – making sure that human development reaches everyone, everywhere. If these goals are achieved, world poverty will be cut by half, tens of millions of lives wi.....

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Report on Energy resources

Report on Energy resources

There is a large difference in the energy mix for various countries. Depending on politics, resource availability and many other aspects. Some countries have coal, some have not. Some have suitable conditions for hydroelectric power, some have good winds.

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Comparative Economic Development

Comparative Economic  Development

Comparative Economic  Development is Lower levels of living and productivity & Lower levels of human capital and Higher levels of inequality and absolute poverty Higher population growth rates.

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Presentation on Major Economic Indicators

Presentation on Major Economic Indicators

This lecture briefly focus on a Tour of the Major Economic Indicators. It is tutorial based presentation for higher level students.Inflation Rate, nominal GDP, real GDP etc are major economic indicators. GDP is the value of final goods and services produced in the economy during a given period.....

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Assignment on Bangladesh Economy: The Challenges and Prospects

Assignment on Bangladesh Economy: The Challenges and Prospects

This is an Assignment on Bangladesh Economy. Here briefly focus on the Challenges and Prospects of Bangladesh Economy. Bangladesh is an agricultural country. With some three-fifths of the population engaged in farming. Jute and tea are principal sources of foreign exchange. Major impediments to .....

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Lecture on Economic Geography

Lecture on Economic Geography

Geographers study the earth from a spatial perspective. This lecture briefly present on Economic Geography. Five Unifying Themes in Economic Geography: Location, Place, Region, Human environment relations and Movement. There are many phenomena that can be a focus of geographers; examples, na.....

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Population Growth and Development

Population Growth and Development

Major objective of this lecture is to present on Population Growth and Development. In spite of higher population for the future, the growth rate of the population is expected to fall due to the decline in fertility rate and the toll taken by the HIV/AIDS pandemic in some countries. Population.....

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Lecture on Agricultural Revolution

Lecture on Agricultural Revolution

Primary objective of this lecture is to introduce on Agricultural Revolution. The agricultural revolution was a period of agricultural development between the 18th century. In this period new farming techniques and improved livestock breeding led to amplified food production. This allowed a spi.....

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Welfare Effects of Tax Policy in Open Economies

Welfare Effects of Tax Policy in Open Economies

Many economists have argued that fiscal policy is not effective for stabilization purposes. However, fiscal policy can be effectively used for stabilization under some circumstances. An example is monetary union such as the European Union where stabilizing monetary policy is not available for re.....

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