Posts tagged as: Bangladesh Team


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    Aminul Aman

    Aminul Aman is engaged as the Research and Policy Officer at the IGC Country Programme for Bangladesh.The programme focuses on infrastructure development, firm capabilities, state effectiveness, sustainable urbanisation, and food security. Aminul has completed his BBA in International Business from the University of Dhaka and is currently enrolled in the MSc in Applied...


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    Masrur Reaz

    Dr M. Masrur Reaz is a prominent economist and public policy expert. Dr Reaz worked as a Senior Economist in the Finance, Competitiveness, and Innovation (FCI) Global Practice of the World Bank Group (WBG) where he served for ten years during 2010-2020. As part of WBG work, he was based in WBG’s Singapore hub office in 2019-2020, and led on competitiveness initiatives in...


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    Quamrul Chowdhury

    Quamrul Chowdhury has been serving as a Lead Climate and Sustainable Development Negotiator of the 48 Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and 134-G-77 Developing Countries at UN bodies including UNFCCC and UNCBD for over three decades. He served as Chair of UN Kyoto Protocol Joint Implementation Committee and was a member of UN Climate Adaptation Committee as a nominee of...


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    Ashfaqul Chowdhury

    Ashfaqul holds an MPP from University of Minnesota and a BBA from IBA, Dhaka University. His experiences as a development professional are in the field of research, advocacy and stakeholder communication. Immediately before joining IGC Ashfaqul was working for the World Bank- designing social protection and agriculture programs in collaboration with government officials. He...


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    Laura Boudreau

    Laura is Lead Academic for IGC Bangladesh. She is an Assistant Professor in the Economics Division at Columbia Business School. Her research primarily focuses on working conditions, labour rights, and firm productivity in developing countries. She is especially interested in how the intersection of global supply chains with local institutions affect firms’ and...


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    Ahmed Mushfiq Mobarak

    Ahmed Mushfiq Mobarak is the Lead Academic for IGC Bangladesh. Ahmed Mushfiq Mobarak is Professor of Economics at Yale University. He also co-chairs the Urban Services Initiative at the Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) at MIT, and leads the Bangladesh Research Program for the International Growth Centre (IGC) at LSE and Oxford. He has previously worked at the World Bank,...


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    Farria Naeem

    Farria holds an MSc in Economics for Development from University of Oxford, UK and a BA (Honours) in Economics and Mathematics from University of Windsor, Canada.  Prior to joining the IGC, Farria was working at International Food Policy Research Institute as a Senior Research Analyst conducting policy research in the area of poverty, nutrition and social protection in...