Selim Raihan

  • Associate Professor
  • University of Dhaka



Selim Raihan holds a PhD from the University of Manchester and is presently teaching at Dhaka University as an Associate Professor. His recent applied international trade research works have focused on such issues as exports of readymade garments and MFA phase-out, export policy and export growth, trade liberalisation and growth performance, multilateral trade negotiations and CGE modelling. Amongst others, Dr Raihan’s works focus on such issues as the effect of trade and investment liberalization on the macro-economy, poverty and income distribution situations in Bangladesh. Dr Raihan possesses expertise in applied economics research using Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models, Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) techniques, and micro- and macro-econometric modelling techniques.