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The traditional social and political conflicts that Bangladesh has failed to resolve over the past two decades are described by specialists on that country's economy. Some of the issues discussed are nationalization versus privatization, relationships between political and military institutions, institutionalizing and stabilizing democracy, and formulation of appropriate manpower policy. The contributors suggest policy measures to resolve the conflicts, and in doing so reveal the silver linings of the economy of Bangladesh.
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ForewordPrefaceNationalization Versus Privatization: The Debate and the Course We Are Taking by Alema KarimSocial Frictions, Social Dynamics, and Economic Development: Some Experiences of Bangladesh by Masudul Alam Choudhury and Abu N. M. WahidDemocracy, Economic Development, and Civil-Military Relations in Bangladesh by Choudhury M. ShamimLiberal Human Capital Production and the Dilemma of Manpower Planning by Saud A. ChoudhryInefficiency in Forest Resource Management and Its Environmental Repercussions in Bangladesh by Amin U. SarkarFinancial Repression in Economic Development: A Test of the McKinnon-Shaw Hypothesis for Bangladesh by M. Kabir HassanChallenges of Monetary Policy in an Economy with a Dual Money Market: The Experience of Bangladesh by Syed M. Ahmed and M. M. KabirMonetary Policy, Output, and Inflation in Bangladesh: A Dynamic Analysis by Abdur R. Chowdhury, Minh Q. Dao, and Abu N. M. WahidThe Fiscal Policy of Bangladesh: An Empirical Analysis of Its Budgetary Balance and Foreign Dependence by Muhammad Q. Islam and Abu N. M. WahidReal Exchange Rate in Bangladesh: An Empirical Analysis by Asif DowlaMacroeconomic Implications of International Migration: The Case of Bangladesh by Matiur RahmanThe Export Garment Industry in Bangladesh: A Potential Catalyst for Breakthrough by Anisul M. Islam, Mumir Quddus, and Farid U. AhmedThe Grameen Bank in Bangladesh: A Socioeconomic Development Initiative by M. Moosa KhanForeign Direct Investment in Bangladesh: Evidence and Policies by Muhammad Mazharul IslamExport-Growth Nexus in a Small Open Economy: The Bangladesh Experience by Muhammad N. Islam and M. IftekharuzzamanSelect BibliographyIndex