A. F. M. Ataur Rahman

North South University

Professor, Department of Economics

Bashundhara R/A

Dhaka, 1229

Bangladesh

http://www.northsouth.edu/

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How Vulnerable are Bangladesh's Indigenous People to Climate Change?

Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC)
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 29 Apr 2008 Last Revised: 15 Jul 2008
Bernhard G. Gunter, Atiq Rahman and A. F. M. Ataur Rahman
Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC), Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies and North South University
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Bangladesh, climate change, vulnerability

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Substituting Wood with Nonwood Fibers in Papermaking: A Win-Win Solution for Bangladesh

BDRWPS Working Paper No. 4
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 02 Jan 2009
M. Sarwar Jahan, Bernhard G. Gunter and A. F. M. Ataur Rahman
Bangladesh Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (BCSIR), Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC) and North South University
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Bangladesh, Papermaking, Jute, nonwood fiber

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Analyzing Bangladesh's Debt Sustainability Using SimSIP Debt

Number of pages: 26 Posted: 14 Jul 2008
Bernhard G. Gunter and A. F. M. Ataur Rahman
Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC) and North South University
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debt sustainability, public debt, MDGs

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Economic Structure and Macroeconomic Uncertainty: Policy Implications for Bangladesh

Bangladesh Development Research Working Paper No. 20
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 10 Jan 2014
Bernhard G. Gunter, Faisal Ahmed, A. F. M. Ataur Rahman and Jesmin Rahman
Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC), International Monetary Fund (IMF) - African Department, North South University and International Monetary Fund (IMF)
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structural change, development, volatility, uncertainty, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan