Md. Mojammel Haque

Md. Mojammel Haque
Bangladesh Agricultural University | BAU · Graduate Training Institute

PhD in Agricultural Economics

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16 Research Items
91 Citations
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Additional affiliations
May 2017 - present
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Teaching the graduate students and conducting research
Education
September 2016 - September 2019
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Field of study
  • Agricultural Economics
January 1999 - December 2000
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Field of study
  • Agricultural Economics
March 1994 - November 1996
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Field of study
  • Agricultural Economics

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Publications (28)
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Although shrimp aquaculture generates considerable employment opportunities at different levels, marginalized households are not necessarily able to participate in shrimp value chains due to lack of land and access to other required resources. This study aims to investigate the conditions and determinants of marginalized households' participation i...
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This study estimates the productive impacts of four important social safety net programs in Bangladesh. Two are cash transfer programs called old age allowance (OAA) and allowances for the widowed, deserted, and destitute (AWDD) providing cash income support to targeted beneficiaries. The other two are conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs calle...
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Shrimp sector contributes significantly to export earnings and employment generation for on and off farm activities in Bangladesh. Expansion of shrimp farming naturally lead to a change in use pattern of coastal land, in the form of a shift in land from other economic and environmental uses to shrimp culture. But marginalised households are rarely...
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The domestic rice procurement program in Bangladesh aims to build stocks for the public foodgrain distribution system and provides income support to farmers. The support price is higher than the cost of production. We analyzed the factors influencing farm-level rice stocks and examined the effectiveness of this program. Understanding farm-level sto...
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This study empirically tests the impact of Bangladesh’s agricultural rehabilitation program (ARP) on agricultural production at the household level. A propensity score matching approach is applied to 2010 Household Income and Expenditure Survey data. The sample comprised a control group of 4286 households against a treated group of 446 households....
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This study empirically tests the impact of Bangladesh’s agricultural rehabilitation program (ARP) on agricultural production at the household level. A propensity score matching approach is applied to 2010 Household Income and Expenditure Survey data. The sample comprised a control group of 4286 households against a treated group of 446 households....
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This paper examines students' cognitive learning outcomes assessed through semester final written examinations in Social Science Courses in tertiary level education. The study used a content analysis method to analyze 125-semester final written exam papers (tests) of 52 courses of B.Sc. Ag Econ. (Hons) degree program of Bangladesh Agricultural Univ...
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Sunflower is an important oil seed crop which is well fitted in Robi season of the coastal areas of Bangladesh. This study focused on sunflower value chain map, value addition, value chain governance and institutional linkages, and stakeholders and their roles and responsibilities in value adding process of sunflower. A total of 60 respondents were...
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This paper examines students’ cognitive learning outcomes assessed through semester final written examinations in Social Science Courses in tertiary level education. The study used a content analysis method to analyze 125-semester final written exam papers (tests) of 52 courses of B.Sc. Ag Econ. (Hons) degree program of Bangladesh Agricultural Univ...
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In the developing world grain storage losses are high and in humid areas inadequate grain drying is often a source of storage problems. Farmers and traders depend on traditional grain moisture estimation methods which are subject to a wide error margin. Grain storage decisions could be improved if farmers and traders had a low cost grain moisture m...
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p>The study aimed at analyzing the fluctuation, and production-price relationship of ginger in Bangladesh. Nineteen years (1975 to 2013) time series data of area, production and prices of ginger, collected from Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics were used to analyze the simplest method for fluctuation, and the Koyck model of distributed lag. The exten...
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p>The study was carried out in IAPP commanding areas from July to September 2015. A total of 8 hatchery and 240 farmers were selected for this study from Rangpur and Barisal region. About 153% Tilapia production increased which was from 34 to 86 lakh, which was 148% in Rangpur district. Thai koi production was increased about 320% in Rangpur and it...
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The demand of marine frozen fish is increasing day by day both in domestic and export market. To attain the main objective of the present study, value chain of marine frozen fish was addressed to determine the values added to marketed fish in different steps of marketing channels. Data were collected for two successive years 2013-14 from 240respond...
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The marine dried fishes have the demand both in domestic and international market. Bangladesh has a great potentiality to earn huge foreign exchange by exporting marine dry fishes. The present study was designed to analyze the supply chain and to examine marketing efficiency of marine dry fish in Bangladesh. Data were collected from 170 stakeholder...
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Bangladesh has a comprehensive portfolio of social protection programs, fruits are yet to be reaped more effectively. However, the extent of their productive impacts is not yet analysed in great detail. The objective of this study is to estimate the productive impacts of cash transfer (old age allowance, allowances for the widowed, destitute and de...
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The main objective of this study is to estimate the impact of bioslurry to Boro rice production in Bangladesh. Translog production function through Stochastic Frontier Apoproach (SFA) was applied for estimating the efficiency of Boro production. Data were collected from biogas users in the four district of Bangladesh: Mymensingh, Pabna, Thakurgaon...
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p>Shrimp is an important fisheries resource in the national economy of Bangladesh. It is considered as an exportable item and in each year it shared about 2.75% of the total export earning of Bangladesh. The present study was conducted to examine the marketing system and value chain, and marketing efficiency of shrimp marketed both in domestic and...
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Two field experiments were conducted at two different rice ecosystems, one in the upland rice field of Bangladesh Agricultural University farm, Mymensingh and the another one in the low lying area of Bhaluka, Mymensingh to investigate the effects of soil amendments on mitigation of methane emissions and sustaining rice productivity. The experimenta...
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Shrimp farming and related activities contribute significantly to the national economy of Bangladesh. Successful shrimp culture depends mainly on the availability of healthy and quality shrimp seeds. The present study was designed to analyze the production and marketing system of shrimp seed in Bangladesh. A total sample of 80 stakeholders comprisi...
Technical Report
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Brackish water and marine fish are the two important sources of fish in Bangladesh. Brackish water fish such as bagda shrimp and live crab are exportable items whereas marine fish are mostly locally consumed and also has export market. The main objectives of the present study were to determine the marketing costs and margins, and profit of intermed...
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This study examined income generating activities; impact of economic volatility and other shocks on food consumption; coping strategies; and nature of disinvestments of disadvantaged people. In 2009, data were collected from randomly selected 350 households (30 female and 40 male-headed from each village) from five selected districts. Descriptive s...
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The study was conducted to assess food security for farm households under different land use patterns in Bangladesh. Fourteen land use patterns practiced by marginal, small, medium and large farmers were selected for the study. In total, 730 farm households were selected from 8 districts. Besides field survey, 28 FGD sessions were conducted for 14...
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Dimensions of food security at household level are availability of adequate food and, access to and utilization of food. The present study was conducted to assess the dimensions of food security for farm households under different land use patterns in Bangladesh. Fourteen land use patterns which are largely practiced by the farmers were selected fo...

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Projects (4)
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To estimate the value of grain moisture measurement for small holder farmers and for small-scale grain traders, using Bangladesh as a case study.
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The aim of the project is to understand drivers, apply tools, develop opportunities and provide policy options to promote more socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable agricultural intensification in West Bengal and Bangladesh, with an emphasis on water.