• Democracy in Bangladesh
    forty -eight least-developed economies. However, Bangladesh is also undergoing major social transformation. Poverty has been declining slowly but consistently over the past decade. The country moved, after several years of military dic tatorship, to a fragile democracy in 1990. There have also been...
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  • Comparing Floods.
    houses were completely destroyed and whole rivers in that area were polluted. The main social effect in Carlisle was the loss of homes and education centres, in Bangladesh it was the loss of homes, education centres and widespread of water borne disease. The main economic problem in Carlisle was...
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  • Impacts of Overfishing on Fisheries
    AN OVERVIEW OF THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACT AND MANAGEMENT OF FISH AND SHRIMP DISEASE IN BANGLADESH, WITH AN EMPHASIS ON SMALL-SCALE AQUACULTURE M.A. Mazid and A.N.H. Banu Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute Mymensingh-2201, Bangladesh Mazid, M.A., and A.N.H. Banu. 2002. An...
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  • Garment Industries of Bangladesh
    garment exports is certainly one of the most significant social and economic developments in contemporary Bangladesh. Although the industry is one of the largest in Bangladesh and is still expanding, it faces massive challenges, principally because the country does not produce enough of the raw materials...
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  • Human Rights Violation of Biharis in Bangladesh
    CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION Statement of the problem : Bangladesh is an impoverished country of over 160 million people. In its short history as an independent nation, Bangladesh has faced a major civil war, massive internal displacement, famines and frequent natural disasters. In addition...
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  • Garmtns Sector Problems
    their attention to Bangladesh (Abedin M.J., 2005; Hasnain, 2006; Buncombe, 2009). As a result, the garments sector in Bangladesh expanded with unprecedented success. In spite of these poor working conditions and the lack of Social compliance continues to be a cause for serious concern. Since May...
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  • Effects of Ganges Treaty on Bangladeshn
    EFFECT OF GANGES WATER SHARING TREATY ON BANGLADESH ECONOMY AND REGIONAL RELATIONSHIP Introduction 1. The Ganges water sharing problem is not only the longest standing source of dispute between Bangladesh and India but also by now one of the most elaborately studied subjects in inter state...
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  • Value Based Management
    system that measures, encourages and supports the creation of net worth. The report of Transparency International BangladeshProblems of Governance in the NGO Sector: The Way Out’ (TIB) 2007 is used here as an information source of finding out the flaws of existing management techniques. Finally...
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  • Health Status of Hazardous Child Labor in Leather Industry: a Study in Dhaka City
    suffer from various health related problems (physical, social and mental health) and are deprived from the required rights and facilities as they are supposed to have as citizens of Bangladesh. As a result, the situations of malnutrition, insecurity, illiteracy, unskilled labor, social crime and...
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  • Privatization of Public Enterprises in Bangladesh
    from the Social Science Research Network Electronic Paper Collection: http://papers.ssrn.com/paper.taf?abstract_id=272605 2 Privatization of Public Enterprises in Bangladesh: Problems and Prospects ABSTRACT The performance of the public enterprise sector in Bangladesh is poor. The inefficiency...
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  • microcredit
    my research field. Though most of the educated people living in city but we know the situation of Bangladesh country and specially the social barer and discriminate situation of women. I found that micro-credit benefitted several categories of women the most- the rural middle class, women with...
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  • E-Commerce
    Abstract In this paper we report on the research which investigates the adaptation problem of e-commerce in Bangladesh. Through various journals, books and website we tried to look the cause that is creating barrier for implementation of e-commerce. We also discusses the importance of e...
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  • Impacts of Poverty in Bangladesh
    fast growing population rate also places huge pressure on the environment, causing problems such as erosion and flooding, which in turn leads to low agricultural productivity. I don’t think we can blame fate, nature or God for our troubles. The real problem in Bangladesh is not the natural disasters...
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  • The Women of Bangladesh
    percent are the second highest in the world, a condition that is tied to the low social status of women in Bangladeshi society (THP). Even though women constitute almost half of the population in Bangladesh, their status has been ranked the lowest in the world based on twenty indicators related to...
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  • Distance Learning
    learning plays in providing access to secondary education for women in Bangladesh giving emphasis on physical mobility and social security of the young women. Open schooling provides a flexible and adaptable approach to learning that is compatible with the cultural roles and responsibilities that...
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  • Multi-Level Marketing a Promise or Problem
    Multi-Level Marketing: A Promise or Problem? A study based on Bangladesh Research Proposal on Multi-Level Marketing: A Promise or Problem? A study based on Bangladesh Submitted By: Syed Ahsan Pervez 090306 Submitted To: Md. Reaz Uddin Assistant Professor Khulna University...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility (Csr): Bangladesh Perspectives
    Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Bangladesh Perspectives Corporate means formed into an association and endowed by law with the rights and liabilities of an individual. Social responsibility is an ethical ideology or theory that an entity, be it an organization or individual, has an...
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  • Notes on the Impact of Globalization in Bangladesh
    “Globalization impact on Bangladesh” will appreciate too. Executive Summary Globalization can be defined as the on-going economic, technological, social and political integration of the world. Through the process of globalization the economic, cultural, social, political, and environmental interdependence...
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  • street life in bangladesh
    . However, in recent years, in spite of the growing social problems in these communities and although some progress were made, there is still a lack of adequate information on the extent of the problem, and knowledge of its root causes. In this paper, I will try to explore the processes of street...
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  • International Marketing
    jute, which was one-fourth of the world’s supply. Social Problems of Bangladesh * Poverty * Administrative Corruption * Health Problem * Road Accidents * Political Corruption The above information is illustrating about Bangladesh economic condition and social environment. The...
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