Mohammad Abdul Malek

Dr. Mohammad Abdul Malek is currently a Senior/Postdoctoral Researcher at the Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn and a Senior Research Fellow at Research and Evaluation Division (RED), BRAC. He has a PhD in Rural Economics awarded by the United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Tottori University, Japan September 2010. He learned Rural Economics and Economics from Yamaguchi University, Japan and University of Dhaka, Bangladesh respectively. He is leading the Agricultural Economics Unit at Research and Evaluation Division (RED), BRAC.

Content by Mohammad Abdul Malek
  • Project

    Technology adoption and food security in rural Bangladesh

    The “System of Rice Intensification” (SRI), developed in Madagascar in the 1980s for liquidity-constrained smallholder farmers like those in Bangladesh, has demonstrated dramatic potential for increasing rice yields without requiring additional purchased inputs (seed, fertilizer, etc.), nor increased irrigation. But these gains, although widely documented in...

    30 Sep 2014 | Chris Barrett, Marcel Fafchamps, Garth Holloway, Asadul Islam, Mohammad Abdul Malek, Ummul Hasanath Ruthbah, Jeffrey LaFrance, Debayan Pakrashi