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Muhammad Mahboob Ali

Muhammad Mahboob Ali
Dhaka School of Economics,Bangladesh · Macroeconomist,Financialeconomist,Entreprenurialeconomist, ITexpert

MPhil,MCA ,PhD,Post Doctorate

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
January 2017 - present
Dhaka School of Economics
Position
  • Professor (Full)
Description
  • Working as a Professor of Economics,Programme coordinator Entrepreneurial Economics,Macro and Financial Economist,Entrepreneurial expert and IT expert.
April 2014 - December 2016
Daffodil International University
Position
  • Professor(Full)
March 2013 - April 2014
Presidency University
Position
  • Vice Chancellor and Dean,School of Business

Publications

Publications (151)
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This is a great honor and pleasure for me to write this Editorial note as per the invitation of the editorial team of the Journal of Governance and Regulation. This issue (volume 11, issue 4, special issue) of the aforesaid journal, consisted of 18 insightful articles which are very much pertinent in the diversified areas of the current turbulent s...
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Entrepreneurship Development and International Trade with BIMSTEC, a well-planned, managed and implemented ‘International Conference’ organized under the able guidance of Prof. Dr. Muhammad Mahboob Ali, was held on 15 th and 16 th January ,2022.The conference received massive participation from authors, famous personalities from across the globe. T...
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The books deals with the ways of Entrepreneurship development through International Trade. It is an outcome of the 3rd International conference. In the conference the way forward to develop this south Asian region ,everyone suggested for regional cooperation through BIMSTEC.
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This chapter has analyzes the organization resilience and its implications on organizational structural construct based on a framework for elements for reliability, safety, and deployment of organizational resources. It is assumed that theoretical and empirical studies in organizational resilience have limited contributions on the concepts of high-...
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Humanity is facing a series of critical challenges, global warming being one the most important. Consequently, sustainability and resilience have become key elements in better response to the crisis and maintaining an equilibrium between ecology, economics, and various social domains. The design and use of urban land should consider including a mul...
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This study aims to analyze the strategic implications that the organizational culture has on organizational knowledge, learning, and innovation. It begins from the assumption that there is a direct and positive relationship between the organizational culture and knowledge, learning, and innovation in organizations. It also is assumed that organizat...
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The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a regional cooperation between Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal, Myanmar, and Thailand since the liberalization of these economies. Member countries need to be more proactive for integrated regional cooperative hubs to enhance trade and invest...
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The current challenge for the survival and growth of companies is the appropriation of innovation in all its senses, the generation of propitiate resilient environments, the innovation philosophy acquisition into action, and improve internal dynamics and cohesion through a comparison of leadership styles oriented by the motivation to serve as a ser...
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This chapter discussed the multi- sectoral bilateral cooperation between Australia and Bangladesh during and post-COVID-19-related to interregional trade, foreign investment, ready-made-garments export, education, blue economy, microfinance, tourism, renewable energy, and finally, fulfillment of targets of SDGs. How do diverse areas of bilateral co...
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The aim of this paper is to analyze organizational resilience from the different studies with real-life exposures to gather knowledge to protect organizations against disturbances, disruptions, and disasters such as risk and crisis management, and continuity management to assess problems and prospects. COVID- 19 created a tough situation for organi...
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How to cite this paper: Ali, M. M. (2021). Digital opportunities in the healthcare enterprises during COVID-19: An empirical analysis of the developing country. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(2), 44-55. The health sector in Bangladesh is yet to develop and provide universal healthcare services. The aim of this study is t...
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This paper has the purpose to analyze the implications of the innovative adaptation in strategic organizational resilience in Smes. It is assumed that organizational resilience has a strategic role designed and implemented to promote organizational community resilience to survive, adaptive innovation and achieve success after a disaster. The method...
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Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was a magnetic statesman in Bangladesh. An entrepreneurial mindset in political leadership by Mujib helped facilitate and overcome trials, be conclusive, and receive accountability for consequences. The study aimed towards a search of his perseverance. Research question of this study is how the father of the nation...
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We are pleased to releasethe second issue ofvolume nine of the International Journal of Trade & Commerce-IIARTC. The Journal establishes an effective communication channel between decision and policy-makers in Industry, trade, business, government agencies, academic and research institutions to recognize the implementation of important role effect...
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Digitization has transformed societies and economies throughout the world. This exploratory and explanatory research has been performed in the context of digitization of Bangladesh economy. The research question is whether the transformation of Bangladesh towards the digital economy can act effectively and efficiently for the benefits of the societ...
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Besides human death economic catastrophe, which has already been started around the world due to COVID19, a question arises how to tackle the devastating nature of this pandemic. The study is basically done based on secondary sources. Time period of the study was up to April 6, 2020. The study tried to get a conceptual view for time demanding colla...
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Knowledge Management of higher education is correlated to self-assessment process. This can act as a well-thought-out groundwork for effective decisions and work plan relating to quality assurance at Bangladesh. The research was created on secondary sources and presents qualitative research. Department of Accounting and Information System of Jagann...
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Entrepreneurship is associated with economic factors. These economic factors will help to attain some sustainable development goals. Entrepreneurs can play vital role for attain some goals of SDGs by 2030. Research question of the study whether economics possess a positive attitude towards entrepreneurship in Bangladesh? The study will use both pri...
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Economy for green is currently becoming a “buzz word” among producers, suppliers and consumers, which is also receiving impetus in Bangladesh. Based on the literature review, a number of theoretical relationships were empirically tested. An investigative query is: to what extent the green economy is flourishing with a via to extend sustainability o...
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1 The healthcare system in Bangladesh suffers from many shortcomings. This drives not only the affluent and the middle-class, but also the poor Bangladeshi to travel cross-border to India, Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia for medical treatment. In Bangladesh, there are an overcrowded public healthcare system, the paucity of funds, a lack of medical...
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Green Economy is nowadays a notion, which is also getting momentum in Bangladesh. It has a quantity of pessimistic externality on the local community due to socio-cultural, environmental, political and legal dimension of the country. Bangladesh, a developing country in South Asia, is the most fertile delta-region and identified as one of the develo...
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Dhaka School of Economics (2010) has begun its journey to promote higher studies and research in economics and related subjects to cater to the fast growing demand for a large number of well-trained economists and professionals in related subjects to contribute to teaching, research and evaluation, policy making and implementation of nation-buildin...
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Entrepreneur: In the 16th Century, organized and led French military expedition is known as an Entrepreneur. In the 17th Century who did the work of public contractor was known as Entrepreneur. In the 18th Century French Economist Richard Cantillon used Entrepreneur .Innovation: innovation is the “creative destruction” that develops the economy whi...
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Dhaka School of Economics (2010) has begun its journey to promote higher studies and research in economics and related subjects to cater to the fast growing demand for a large number of well-trained economists and professionals in related subjects to contribute to teaching, research and evaluation, policy making and implementation of nation-buildin...
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Bangladesh NGO Foundation (BNF) has been launched by the Bangladesh Government in 2004 with the aim to support of the partner Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in assigning in taking up socioeconomic development activities and poverty alleviation as well as gender balances through small amount of BNF Grant. The country has also been in front of...
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The current study intends to empirically test a relationship between long-memory features in returns and volatility of Dhaka Stock Exchange market. As such, the study uses the ARFIMA-FIGARCH and FIPARCH structure for the daily data ranging from 15 December 2003 to July 31, 2013 of Dhaka Stock Exchange market index, i.e., DSE General Index (DGEN). T...
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Green production, sale, willing to pay and financing are related to green business. Bangladesh, a developing country in South Asia, is the most fertile delta region and identified as one of the front-line countries to suffer from the adverse consequences of climate change. Research question of the study is limited to examining several relationships...
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Poor and underprivileged people should come under the banking system so that equitable distribution and social justice can be achieved. Informal sector is playing vital role than formal sector of the country. Micro savings should under the working purview of the micro investment for which social networking and community banking is needed. Research...
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Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play a significant role in the nation’s economic development process. SMEs provide job opportunities, create wealth, promote modernization and contribute to technological changes. The Asia-Pacific Region is foreseen to be the next economic boom. A comparison of SMEs in Bangladesh, Thailand and the Philippines on...
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This study was an attempt to develop a theory on how social networking facilitates to empower people which were developed by Muhammad Mahboob Ali (2016). The study extensively tries to display a comparative picture regarding different dimensions of empowerment before involving in social networking and after involving in social capital, social busin...
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Government of Bangladesh has approved the ‘The Bangladesh Accreditation Council Act, 2017’ with an objective to ensuring standards of quality in higher education both at the public and private universities in the country. Along with being an internal assessor, Government will also act as an external assessor to change the structure of University Gr...
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In today's world, CSR can be defined as regards to all aspects of business behavior so that the impacts of these activities are incorporated in every corporate agenda . Social issues comes at a cost to business. To the extent that businesses internalize the costs of socially responsible actions, they hurt their competitive position relative to othe...
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This study applies Enders and Siklos’ (2001) procedure to test for the long-run asymmetric co-integrating relationship and short-run dynamic Granger causality between Pakistani lending and deposit rates set by public, private, foreign, specialized, and all banks combined over the period January 2004 to December 2013. Terrorist activities on the mon...
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‘Green Business’ has risen in prominence. Green supply chain management is a concept that is gaining popularity in the South East Asian region especially in India. For many organizations in India, it is a way to demonstrate their sincere commitment to sustainability. For this purpose a conceptual model was developed from literature review and data...
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How research methodology can play a vital role in the industry alliances and get practical analysis.
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Government of Bangladesh has approved the ‘The Bangladesh Accreditation Council Act, 2016’ with a view to ensuring standards of higher education both at the public and private universities in the country. Government will act as an external assessor to change the structure of UGC, and is currently working as an internal assessor. Government of Bangl...
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The ready-made garment industry of Bangladesh is one of the largest formal manufacturing sectors. It has played a key role in the country’s process of industrialisation, empowerment of women, export oriented development and growth. Workers from poor socio-economic backgrounds are working in the garment in- dustry. Their health, safety and working...
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Government of Bangladesh under the able leadership of Prime Minister Shiekh Hasina has made significant regulatory progress in addressing the issue of complex disorders like autism as a national priority. National Trust Act for Neurodevelopmental Disabilities 2013 and Disabled Persons Right and Security Act 2013… Mainly to ensure higher educatio...
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Economic growth is considered as an important objective for national governments for which entrepreneurial management is required. This paper introduces issue on the business creation by women and the factors which are instrumental in their success including economics, institutions and infrastructural factors have been taken as major factors. The s...
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Higher educational Institutes must take special care for Autistic students; Low and High tech innovations depending on the nature of the need of the autistic personnel should be arranged; Each university should utilize cloud computing for the benefits of Autistic students;
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Bilateraltrade between India and Bangladesh will be mutually beneficial to both the countries and improve welfare as per trade theory.This study has tried to forecast impact of trade between two countries considering the time period 1991-2014.The researcherscomparedAutoregressive Moving Average (ARMA) andAutoregressive Integrated Moving Average Mod...
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Bilateral trade between India and Bangladesh will be mutually beneficial to both the countries and improve welfare as per trade theory. This study has tried to forecast impact of trade between two countries considering the time period 1991-2014.The researchers compared Autoregressive Moving Average (ARMA) and Autoregressive Integrated Moving Averag...
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There is an increasing evidence of people from Bangladesh travelling to neighboring countries of Asia, such as India, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore for medical treatment due to poor quality of healthcare services, high cost, and non-availability of speciality medical treatment and facilities. Medical travel is a practise where patients travel to...
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Since, in the NAFTA era, the Mexican economy is much more advanced in the manufacturing sector than those of other Latin American countries, Mexico competes directly with China for U.S. imports. This study empirically investigates the behavior of the Mexican peso/Chinese yuan, Mexican peso/U.S. dollar, and Chinese yuan/U.S. dollar real exchange rat...
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Government of Bangladesh set super goal to develop quality education at higher institutions-Vision 2021;
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Social networking is the exercise of intensifying the quantity of one's business and/or social contacts by constructing acquaintances from side to side entities, often through social media along with social capital, social business and social investment. Social entrepreneurs are the people most able to deliver that innovation (Leadbeater,1997). Rig...
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Economic growth is considered as an important objective for national governments for which entrepreneurial management is required. This paper introduces issue on the business creation by women and the factors which are instrumental in their success including economics, institutions and infrastructural factors have been taken as major factors. The s...
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This paper intends to evaluate the consequences of the real exchange rate system of Pakistan in terms of considering the USA relationship. Research question of the study is whether real exchange rate in Pakistan is being effectively handled to observe the competitiveness of the country in trading with the USA? Time period of the study is January 19...
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This paper documents asymmetries in the spread between mortgages loan rate and central bank discount rates also known as the. mortgage loan premium in Taiwan... Empirical results revealed that the mortgage loan premium adjusts to the threshold faster when the central bank discount rate increases relative to the mortgage loan rates than to the state...
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An exchange rate system is important for a countryto maintain economic stability. The objective of this study is 1) to calculate the Bangladeshi real exchange rate, 2) to analyze the competitive position of Bangladesh in the bilateral export market, and 3) to make recommendations for Bangladeshi policy makers and others who may be interested in the...
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This paper deals with the case of secure wireless multicasting through multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radio system in which two co-existing users communicate with two groups of receivers in the presence of multiple eavesdroppers. Calculation of the secrecy multicast capacity of each group shows the impact of co-channel interferences (CCI) on...
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Globally education is the important factor to access in the market driven force which changes economic benefits. Higher education is adding value in the process of economic advancement of a country. The study raised the question to examine the impact of higher education of Bangladesh in the process of raising economic productivity. This study also...
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Bangladesh is trying to transform her economy from low income group to upper middle income group economy. Small and Medium Business Enterprises (SMBE) will be the key driver, steering this transformation of the Bangladesh Economy. This is due to the fact that Small and Medium Business Enterprises (SMBEs) can not only be enterprising and innovative,...
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The objective of this study is to empirically determine how the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis of 2007-09 affected the Bangladesh economy such that the findings may provide policy makers with some basis for formulating policy responses to future such crises. The findings suggest that Bangladesh experienced only a small reduction in trade flows and t...
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This study applies Lo and MacKinlay’s methodology on the daily movements of Three Bangladeshi equity indices: CSE-30, CSCX, and CASPI. Contrary to the conventional wisdom and empirical results of earlier studies, the results suggest that the Bangladeshi CSE-30 index, joint period, two, four, eight and sixteen period returns do not follow the random...
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Asymmetries in the Singaporean consumer loans lending-interbank overnight rate spread were documented. Empirical results revealed that the spread adjusts to the threshold more slowly when the interbank overnight rates decrease relative to the consumer loans rates than when the interbank overnight rates move in the opposite direction. Additionally,...
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We consider the problem of wireless multicasting through multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) cognitive radio channel in which primary and secondary users simultaneously communicate with their corresponding group of receivers instead of waiting for an idle channel as we see in the traditional cognitive radio. Using a code-division multiple-access...
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We consider the problem of secure wireless multicasting through multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radio system in which two co-existing users communicate with two groups of receivers in the presence of multiple eavesdroppers. At first, we calculate the secrecy multicast capacity of each group and investigate the impact of interferences on it. W...
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This paper estimates bounds on the capacity of Nakagami-m fading massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) channels with large number of antennas at the transmitter and receiver. We consider two models namely conventional co-located MIMO (C-MIMO) and distributed MIMO (D-MIMO) models. At first, we derive the achievable rate for the C-MIMO and D-...
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This paper estimates bounds on the capacity of Nakagami-m fading massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) channels with large number of antennas at the transmitter and receiver. We consider two models namely conventional co-located MIMO (C-MIMO) and distributed MIMO (D-MIMO) models. At first, we derive the achievable rate for the C-MIMO and D-...
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Business plan is an essential requirement for the purpose of establishing a new business enterprise. This paper presents a hypothetical business plan for setting up a new commercial bank in Bangladesh. The plan narrated for this purpose will encompass marketing, human resource & financial planning for the new banking company along with an analysis...
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We consider the problem of secure wireless multicasting through multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radio system in which two co-existing users communicate with two groups of receivers in the presence of multiple eavesdroppers. At first, we calculate the secrecy multicast capacity of each group and investigate the impact of interferences on it. T...
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Bangladesh cannot sustain long-run economic progress without having a strong agricultural sector accompanied by a dynamic agribusiness sub-sector. This study has been undertaken as an exploratory study to assess the role and significance of agribusiness in Bangladesh along with the current status and future potentials. Various institutional and oth...
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Asymmetries in the New Zealand business loan-overnight interbank cash rate spread (business loan premium) were documented. Empirical results revealed that the business loan premium adjusts to the threshold faster when the overnight interbank cash rates increase relative to the business loan rates than when the overnight interbank cash rates move in...
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This paper deals with dynamic behavior of the lending-deposit rate spread in commercial banks in China between 1990 to 2012. Threshold autoregressive (TAR) model is used to find out possibility of asymmetric adjustment process. The results reveal that the People’s Republic of China’s intermediation premium is stable and adjusts to its long-run thre...
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Bangladesh is one of the least economically developed countries in the world. A lack of corporate governance creates problem for the economic development of the country. This study has been undertaken to observe whether corporate governance is being well-executed in Bangladesh and to inform views about which approach to corporate governance will be...
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Bangladesh is one of the least economically developed countries in the world. A lack of corporate governance creates problem for the economic development of the country. This study has been undertaken to observe whether corporate governance is being well-executed in Bangladesh and to inform views about which approach to corporate governance will be...
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This paper tries to analyse conceptual paradigms with different risk and return models of the sample life insurance companies listed in Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) for sixteen quarters ranging from the time period of 2006 to 2009. For this, some theoretical models have been discussed to analyse return and risk characteristics of those shares. T...
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Abstract. Asymmetries in the Turkish consumer loan-deposit rate spread (consumer loan premium) were documented. Empirical results revealed that the consumer loan premium adjusts to the threshold more slowly when the deposit rates fall relative to the lending rates than when the deposit rates move in the opposite direction. This predatory rate setti...
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This article uses the seemingly unrelated estimation method to estimate the reduced-form of a simultaneous system of two equations to examine the export-led growth hypothesis for Bangladesh over 1982–2010. Estimation results reveal the unidirectional dynamic causality from real GDP to real exports. Additionally the empirical results suggest that ca...
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This study applies Lo and MacKinlay's methodology on the weekly movements of equity indices in Malaysia, the Philippines, and Taiwan over the period from the first week of 2000 to the second week of 2012. Contrary to the conventional wisdom and empirical results of earlier studies, the results suggest that the equity markets in these Asian countrie...
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This paper proposes an approach based on an optical imaging technique for the period measurement of fiber Bragg gratings (FBG). The simple, direct technique involves a differential interface contrast (DIC) microscope and a high-resolution CCD camera. Image processing is performed on the microscope images to obtain low-noise grating profiles and the...
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Abstract. Bangladesh economy has been facing the impact of international financial shock as it is an integral part of the global community. International financial shock and international downturn started in the USA during 2007-2008, followed by the European financial shock in 2011 and 2012 and the Arab-Spring of 2011-2012, which also has impacted...