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Selim Raihan

Created: 3/2/2004
Updated: 2/12/2013
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Dr. Selim Raihan
Professor

Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
SANEM, Flat # K-5, House # 1/B, Road # 35
Gulshan 2
Dhaka Dhaka-1212
Bangladesh

http://www.sanemnet.org
selim.raihan@gmail.com
+88-01714168866 (ph)
+88-02-9883445 (fx)



Biography
Dr. Selim Raihan, Professor of the Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh holds a PhD from the University of Manchester, UK. Dr Raihan’s research works focus on issues related to international trade, macroeconomic policies, and poverty. Dr Raihan possesses expertise in micro- and macro-econometric modelling techniques and Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models. One of Dr. Raihan’s recent published book is Dynamics of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh: Analyses of Policies and Practices, Some of other recent published books of Dr Raihan include (along with co-authors): WTO and Regional Trade Negotiations Outcomes: Potential Implications on Bangladesh, Trade and Industrial Policy Environment in Bangladesh with Special Reference to Some Non-traditional Export Sectors, and Export Diversification for Human Development in the Post-ATC Era. Dr Raihan contributed several chapters in Competitive Advantage and Competition Policy in Developing Countries (a book published by the Edward and Elgar, London in 2007). He was also a co-author of a chapter in Poverty and the WTO: Impacts of the Doha Development Agenda (a book published by the World Bank, Washington in 2006). Dr. Raihan has worked for several national and international organisations including Asian Development Bank, UNDP, World Bank, PEP, Commonwealth Secretariat, ILO, IDRC, CUTS International, CPD and BIDS, and has also presented his analytical works in a number of national and international conferences.


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