Md. Hasib Reza


Md. Hasib Reza is a Research Associate at RED since January, 2012 and contributing in a number of impact evaluations research studies in Bangladesh and Afghanistan in the field of agricultural economics, micro finance and education. Throughout the professional tenure he has gained expertise in designing sample frame, developing survey instruments, supervising primary data collection especially in hard to reach areas and conflict regions, using statistical and mathematical software (STATA, SPSS, R and GAMS) for sophisticated econometric modelling and analysing data. He is also been trained in qualitative data collection and analysis which increased his ability to conduct mixed methods based studies. Practical experiences coupled with the strong educational background and effective communication skills has enhanced his capacity to relate different theories and concepts to interpret data and facts, writing reports and disseminate efficiently in national and international events.


Personal data

Name : Md. Hasib Reza

Address : Chadni House, 327/C, East Rampura, Dhaka 1212

E-mail address : hasib.rm[at]

Age : 27

Nationality : Bangladeshi

Gender : Male

Marital Status : Married



M.S.S in Economics (2016) East West University Dhaka, Bangladesh

B.S.S (Hons.) in Economics (2011), Khulna University, Bangladesh

H.S.C in Science (2005), Shahid Mashiur Rahman Degree College, Jhikargacha, Jessore Board, Bangladesh

S.S.C in Science (2003), M.L. High School,Jhikargacha, Jessore Board, Bangladesh


Work experiences

Date : Jan. 2012- present

Position : Research Associate

Employer : BRAC

Type of business : Non-profit organization/NGO

Area of work : Research and evaluation in economics, agricultural economics, migration, education, gender.

Major responsibilities : Supervise quantitative and qualitative data collection, train interviewers, develop research instrument, analyse data and report writing

List of publications

Book/book chapters/ journal articles

Hossain, M. et al. (2014). Impact Assessment of Credit Programme for the Tenant Farmers. Dhaka: BRAC.

Dijkman, MA Kabir,MN Reza, MH & TE Kaat, A (2016). Social and Financial Education in Bangladesh Aflatoun International Working Paper, Amsterdam.


 Longitudinal qualitative review of credit programme for the tenant farmers in Bangladesh (2013).

 Impact assessment of BRAC community based education for marginalized girls in Afghanistan; funded by UKaid (2013-2014).

 Meaning, process and power in Making of an ‘Adorsho Ward (Ideal Ward)’ (2013).


Hossain M, Malek MA, Das NC, Ahsan A, Rahman ANMM, Hossain MM, Ahmed S, Reza MH, Abedin N and Rahman S (2013). Impact Assessment of Credit programme for the Tenant Farmers in Bangladesh: Findings from the Baseline Survey. Research and Evaluation Division, BRAC.


Islam MS and Reza MH (2012). Micro-credit’s Efficiency and Social Overhead Capital: GO-NGO Coordination. Journal of Business and Management Sciences, Vol. 2, Issue 2.


Malek MA, Hossain MA, Ahmed MS, Hossain M and Reza MH (2016). Impact assessment of credit program for the tenant farmers in Bangladesh: Evidences from the field experiment. Journal of Development Effectiveness.

Reza MH and Mallick U (2016). Recent Trend in Public Expenditure on Education: Bangladesh Perspective. Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies.