Md. Shakil Ahmed

Md. Shakil Ahmed has been actively involved in socio economic research since 2008 with different universities and research organizations. His major field of interest is agricultural economics and development economics. He has been working for RED, BRAC since 2012 and involved in randomized control trial (RCT) based field experiments. His research got numerous success in the form of publications in reputed international journals with different academics.  

 

 

Personal data

Name: Md. Shakil Ahmed

Address: BRAC Centre, 75, Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212

Telephone: 88 02 9881265 (Ext. 3730) Cell: 01730347155

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Nationality: Bangladeshi

Gender: Male

 

Education

M.S.S in Economics (2012), Khulna University, Bangladesh

B.S.S (Hons.) in Economics(2009), Khulna University of, Bangladesh

 

Work experiences

Date: From February 2013 to To-date

Position: Research Associate

Employer: BRAC

Type of business: Non-profit organization/NGO

Area of work: Research and evaluation in education

Major responsibilities: Research design, Questionnaire development, field coordination, management of data quality, data analysis and presentation, interpretation and reporting

 

Date: From February 2012 to February 2013

Position: Staff Researcher

Employer: BRAC

Type of business: Non-profit organization/NGO

Area of work: Research and evaluation in education

Major responsibilities: Questionnaire design, field coordination, management of data quality, coding, data analysis and presentation, interpretation and reporting.

 

Date: From February 2010 to July 2011

Position: Research Assistant

Employer: Economic Research Group (ERG), Dhaka, Bangladesh

Type of business: Not-for-Profit Organization

Area of work: Economic Research

Major responsibilities: Conduction of field interviews, coding, data entry, compilation and presentation

 

 Publications

 Book/book chapters/ journal articles

  • Bhattacharjee A. and Ahmed M.S. (2014) “Natural, physical and financial assets” in Life and Livelihood of the Ultra Poor in Rural Bangladesh: Baseline Findings of CFPR-TUP Programme Phase III, Research and Evaluation Division, BRAC: Dhaka.
  • Bhattacharjee A., Jimi N.A., Shams R., Ahmed M.S.,Ara J. and Ahmad S. (2014)“Profile of the people living in the coastal and haor areas under ACCD package” in Life and Livelihood of the Ultra Poor in Rural Bangladesh: Baseline Findings of CFPR-TUP Programme Phase III, Research and Evaluation Division, BRAC:Dhaka.
  • Hossain M, Jaim WMH, Malek MA, Hossain M, Jimi NA, Mahmud KT, Ahasan A, Chakraborty B, Hossain MA, Ahmed MS, Reza MH, Rahman ANMM and Das NC (2014) Impact Assessment of the credit programme for the tenant farmers; Baseline report-2012, BRAC:Dhaka
  • Ahmed, M.S., Ahmed, M.D. and Haider M.Z. (2014). A Nonparametric Estimation of Total Factor Productivity Growth of Manufacturing Firms, New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research.12 Issue 1, pp. 49-66.
  • Ahmed, M.S and Haider, M.Z. (2013). Efficient Utilization of Resource in manufacturing firms, Journal of Global Economy, 9 Issue 3, pp. 182-196.
  • Ahmed, M. S., and Ahmed, M.D. (2013). Explaining Efficiency Variation of Manufacturing Firms of Bangladesh: Seafood Processing Firms as a Case Study, Review of Economics and Finance, 3, Issue 2, pp. 45-56.
  • Sultana, S., Ahmed, M.S. and Hossen, Sk. S. (2013). Diarrhoeal Diseases in the Slums of Khulna City: Prevalence and Cost Analysis, Asian Journal of Development Studies. 2, Issue 2, pp. 60-70.
  • Haider M.Z., Ahmed, M.S. and Mallick A. (2011). Technical Efficiency of Agricultural Farms in Khulna, Bangladesh: Stochastic Frontier Approach, International Journal of Economics and Finance. 3, Issue 3, pp. 248-256.
  • Ahmed, M. S., Ahmed, M.D. and Moni, N. N., (2010). Allocative Efficiency for the Sustainable Production Process of the Seafood Industry in Bangladesh, New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research, Vol. 8, Issue 1, pp. 27-49.