Sibbir Ahmad is a Research Associate at RED. He has pursued both his Honours and Masters in Economics accompanied by advanced Econometric courses on Time series and Panel Data Analysis from the Department of Economics, University of Dhaka. He is capable of performing both Qualitative and Quantitative research which involves Social Science Research Design, Sampling Strategy, Instrument Development, Analysis of Qualitative and Quantitative Data and Scientific Report Writing. He also has basic training on Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methodology, Randomized Control Trial (RCT) and in Impact Evaluation Strategy.
Name: Sibbir Ahmad
Address: B-10, G-15, AGB Colony, Motijheel, Dhaka
E-mail address: sibbir.ahmad[at]brac.net
Age: 26 years
Marital Status: Single
M.S.S. in Economics: (2011), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
B.S.S (Hons.) in Economics: (2010), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
HSC in Science: (2006), Comilla Board, Bangladesh
SSC in Science: (2004), Comilla Board, Bangladesh
Date: November 2012- present
Position: Research Associate
Employer: Research and Evaluation Division (RED), BRAC
Type of business: Research
Area of work: Development Economics research
Major responsibilities: Planning, designing and implementing quantitative and qualitative research studies, statistical analysis and writing scientific research reports. Carrying out Impact Evaluation of BRAC programmes, especially Development Economic aspects.
List of publications
Jimi, N.A. and Ahmad, S. (2014). Food consumption, dietary pattern and food security. In: Chaudhury, I.A. Life and Livelihood of the Ultra Poor in Rural Bangladesh: Baseline Findings of CFPR-TUP Programme Phase III. Dhaka: Research and Evaluation Division, BRAC. 37-56.2.
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: Chaudhury, I. A. Life and Livelihood of the Ultra Poor in Rural Bangladesh: Baseline Findings of CFPR-TUP Programme Phase III. Dhaka: Research and Evalution Division, BRAC. 111-134.