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ASM Anam Ullah
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ASM Anam UllahASM Anam Ullah is an Australian academic and researcher



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Prosperity and challenges ahead of Bangladesh It was good to perceive that the PM has declared to control corruptions with zero tolerance, however, citizens of the state yet to find its actual implementation in the field level. Now many raised a valid question whether the Anti-Corruption Commission can act independently along with the PM's agenda to minimise corruption in the country? ...
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Prosperity and challenges ahead of Bangladesh When Bangladesh was emerging from the ashes of the brutal War of Independence in 1971 as the world's second poorest nation, it was, however, arduous to think Bangladesh would turn-out to the most emerging nations today. Poverty was cursed for many Bangladeshis during the phase of the 1970s and 80s, and even a bit later ...
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Fix nation's industrial and employment relations: A petite review of BD's RMG industryAll too often, scholars are posed with a question as to whether there is any precise Industrial Relations (IR) or Employment Relations (ER) theory. Many say yes, many say no. However, there is a crucial debate in the public and academic domain about the IR theory and many try to portray it from different analytical ...
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Globalisation, industrialisation and labour conditions in BD Industrialisation in Bangladesh begun in the late twentieth century as a direct consequence of Western globalisation and neoliberalism. In the context of globalisation, Western economics achieved unprecedented prosperity, but developing or poor countries are suffering from an unequal distribution of wealth. This phenomenon enforced two rather antagonistic milieus: modernisation and dependency. Whether a nation like ...
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What would be the role of institutions in the next election?Congratulations to BNP and Oikyafront for their historic decision to participate in the next up-coming national election! It was much-needed and indeed a very exciting news for the entire nation since we were anxiously waiting to know whether BNP and their alliance's decision would be positive over the participation in the next election or not. ...
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Trade Unionism in BD in the phase of neoliberalismNeoliberalism is in the initial clarification can be portrayed as a theory of political-economic acculturation that invites to undertake research on human well-being which can be best described as a liberal policy of the world trade system. Currently, Free Trade Agreements between the states, International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Bank and the World Trade Organization ...
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The current turmoil reflects the actual socioeconomic conditions of BD!A large number of students demonstrating on the issue of quota reformation policy, but the state has thus far failed to realise their pulse and tried to ignore the spirit of the movement from its narrow outlook. The demand is timely, and it should have been considered as a serious issue beforehand. Any demonstration in ...
A short review of Bangladesh's RMG
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Globalisation and neoliberalism creating bureaucratic black holeThe rapid expansion of Bangladesh's RMG industry from the global south was achieved through the World Trade Organization (WTO's) Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA's) initiatives in the declaration of quota free access which was abolished in 2005. Since then, policy incorporated with other global bystanders and stakeholders to encourage ...
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Is institutional democracy a fallacy?Bangladesh is undoubtedly a proud country on this planet because we protected our mother tongue by sacrificing our blood in 1952; and got independence in 1971 by the millions of lives, which is very rare in the world. Bangladesh gained independence by showing "guts" to the West Pakistanis and a-nine-month long liberation war was fought ...
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