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                                            Banking, Economics and Environment  Papers
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Title of the Papers

Author/Authors

1

Success of ASEAN Regional Integration on Intra-regional Trade: A Comparative Study with EU’s Trade Integration

Dr. Ruhul Salim1 and Shahriar Kabir2
2

Non-Institutional Barriers of Micro-Entrepreneurship Development in Bangladesh

Md. Mahmudul Alam*, Mohammad Muntasir Hossain†, Farhana Zaman‡

3

Impact of Real Depreciation of Taka on Export Earning of Bangladesh: A Causality Analysis.

Md. Rafayet Alam

4

ESTIMATING THE ECONOMIC MODEL OF HUNDI (AN INFORMAL REMITTANCE CHANNEL) USING MICROLEVEL  DATA

Mohammad Abdul Munim Joarder1 and Md. Saleh Uddin2
5  

An Empirical Analysis Of Pre And Post Liberalization Period Of Export Growth In India

Manasranjan Dashmishra, Hitendra Bargal, Nitish Ghune, Bhanu Saxena, Manish Santosh Kumar Yadav

6

Macroeconomic Management and FDI Competitiveness of Bangladesh: A South Asian Perspective

G M Javed Anwar Dr Mohammad Ziaul Hoque

7

Natural Green Application technology on Building in Dense  Dhaka City is provide a sustainable, energy saving,comfortable and healthy environment.

Rumana Rashid1, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmed2, Md. Sayem Khan3
8

Contextual Mitigation Measures Of Air Pollution By Reducing Travel Demand In Dhaka City

Jasmin Ara Begum Rumana Rashid and Md. Mahfil Ali,
9

Internet Banking: Development and Prospects in Bangladesh

Md. Ibrahim Khalil* Iqbal Ahmad ** and Md. Delwar Hossain Khan***
10

E-Banking in Bangladesh: The Future of Banking

Kamrul Hasan*
11

EXPERIENCE OF EMPLOYEES IN INDIAN NATIONALISED BANKS

Dr. Hitendra Bargal
12

E-Banking ensures customers satisfaction in  Bangladesh:An Analysis

Jannatul Nupur
13

The Evolution of Corporate Governance Practices in Bangladeshi Banks with the Implementation of the Code of Corporate Governance

Dr Jesmin Islam*
14

Asymmetries in the Lending-Deposit Rate Spread: The Case of Bangladesh†

Chu V. Nguyen, Anisul M. Islam and Muhammad Mahboob Ali
15

Examining Environmental Kuznets Curve for Carbon  Dioxide Emission in Bangladesh: A Bootstrap Approach

M. Abu Yushuf Sharker,* Mohammed Nasser,** M A Razzaque***
16

Decoupling Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Economic Growth: A Revisit of the Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis

DR. PARITOSH GHOSH

 

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