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August 25, 2016: “Governance for Development: Political and Administrative Reforms for Bangladesh” by Dr. Nazrul Islam, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (Read More..) PPT

January 21, 2016: “Improving Public Services in Bangladesh: Embedding Innovation in the Civil Service” by Mr. Anir Chowdhury, Policy Advisor, Access to Information, Prime Minister’s Office, Government of Bangladesh (Read More..) PPT

January 28, 2015: “Reconfiguring Bangladesh-India Relations Toward Regional Cooperation in South Asia” by Ambassador Tariq Karim, former Bangladesh High Commissioner to India (Read More..) PPT

October 02, 2014: “Teach for Bangladesh: Lessons from the Frontline” by Maimuna Ahmad, CEO and Founder, Teach for Bangladesh (Read More..) PPT

October 11, 2013: “Socially Responsible Banking: The Bangladesh Experience” by Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor, Bangladesh Bank (Read More..) PPT

June 03, 2013: “Bangladesh: Economic Challenges, Policies and Prospects” by Dr. Hassan Zaman, Chief Economist, Bangladesh Bank (Read More..) PPT

July 16, 2012: “Poverty as Injustice: Policy Agendas for South Asia” by Prof. Rehman Sobhan, Chairman, Centre for Policy Dialogue, Bangladesh (Read More..) PPT

August 25, 2011: “Bangladesh: 'Middle Income' Aspirations Growth and Governance Challenges” by Dr.Hossain Zillur Rahman, Executive Chairman, Power and Participation Research Centre (PPRC), Dhaka, Bangladesh (Read More..)

April 05, 2011: “Promoting Investment and Private Sector Development in Bangladesh: Policy Formulation, Coordination, and Implementation” by Mr. M. Abdul Karim, Principal Secretary, Prime Minister's Office, Government of Bangladesh (Read More..)

January 24, 2011: “Government and Rural Transformation in Bangladesh” by Dr. Raisuddin Ahmed, Research Fellow Emeritus, IFPRI and Dr. Mohinder S. Mudahar, former World Bank Staff (Read More..)

October 06, 2010: “An Untold Story of the Turn-Around of Bangladesh's Development Strategy” by Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor, Bangladesh Bank (Read More..)

April 23, 2010: “Decentralization and Development in Bangladesh” by Syed Ashraful Islam, Honorable Minister of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives, Government of Bangladesh (Read More..)

December 11, 2009: “Implications of Climate Change on Food Security in Bangladesh” by Winston Yu, Water Resources Specialist, World Bank (Read More..)

November 05, 2009: “Unpacking Governance in Bangladesh” by Dr. Hossain Zillur Rahman, Former Advisor (Minister) for Education and Commerce, Caretaker Government of Bangladesh (Read More..)

October 29, 2009: “Can Proportional Representation Help Stabilize Democracy in Bangladesh?” by Nazrul Islam, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (Read More..)

July 02, 2009: “Social Development in Bangladesh: Pathways, Surprises and Challenges” by Wahiduddin Mahmud, University of Dhaka (Read More…)

May 12, 2009: “Using Information Technology and Solar Power for Development in Bangladesh” by Saifur Rahman, Virginia Tech (Read More…)

April 09, 2009: “Poverty Reduction in Bangladesh: Creating Opportunities and Bridging the East-West Divide” Findings from the Bangladesh Poverty Assessment, 2008 by Ambar Narayan and Hassan Zaman, Poverty Reduction Group, The World Bank (Read More…)

January 30, 2009: Achieving 10% Growth in Bangladesh by Prof. Salim Rashid, Professor of Economics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (Read More…)

December 10, 2008: Using Venture Capital and Investment Funds to Support SMEs and Community-Owned Enterprises in Bangladesh. by Dr. Zia Ahmed, Chairman, Venture Investment Partners Bangladesh, Ltd. (Read More…)

October 10, 2008: The Changing Face of Bangladesh: Gender Equality and Social Transformation by Maitreyi Das, Senior Social Sector Specialist, the World Bank (Read More...)

March 04, 2008: How Vulnerable are Bangladesh's Indigenous People to Climate Change? by Dr. Bernhard Gunter, President, Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC) (Read More...)