Research works on political economy by Dr. Selim Raihan

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Journal article

Pritchett, L., K. Sen, S. Kar and S. Raihan (2016). “Trillions gained and lost: Estimating the magnitude of growth episodes”. Economic Modelling. Volume 55, June 2016, Pages 279–291.

Kar, S., L. Pritchet, S. Raihan and K. Sen (2013), “Looking for a break: Identifying transitions in growth regimes”, Journal of Macroeconomics, December 2013

Books

Raihan S. (Ed). (2017). Let’s Think Aloud, Shall We? Dhaka, SANEM Publications

Raihan, S. (2016), “Policy Advocacy Strategy for Intra-Regional Trade – Dealing with NTMs in South Asia”, SAARC-TPN. Kathmandu

Kar, S. L. Pritchet, S. Raihan and K. Sen (2013),The Dynamics of Economic Growth: A Visual Handbook of Growth Rates, Regimes, Transitions and Volatility, University of Manchester, UK

Book chapters

Hassan, M. and S. Raihan (2017).”Navigating the deals world: The politics of economic growth in Bangladesh” Chapter 4 in “Deals and Development” edited by L. Pritchett, K. Sen, and E. Werker, Oxford University Press

Raihan, S. (2014), “The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Bangladesh’, Chapter 11 in “Food Price Policy in an Era of Market Instability A Political Economy Analysis”, edited by Per Pinstrup-Andersen, Oxford University Press.

Raihan, S. (2012), “Policy priorities and role of aid in least developed countries: Bangladesh”, in Kelegama, S. (ed), Foreign Aid in South Asia: The Emerging Scenario, SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

Raihan, S. (2007). “Competition Policy and Competitive Markets in Bangladesh,” Chapters,in: Competitive Advantage and Competition Policy in Developing Countries, chapter 11 Edward Elgar Publishing.

Working papers

Raihan, S., Kar, S. and Sen, K. (2018), “Transitions between Growth Episodes: Do Institutions Matter and Do Some Institutions Matter More?”. ESID Working Paper 99. Manchester: Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre, The University of Manchester

Kar, S., Raihan, S. and Sen, K. (2018). Do economic institutions matter for growth episodes? ESID Working Paper 92. Manchester: Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre, The University of Manchester 

Sen, K., Pritchett, L., Kar, S and Raihan, S. (2016). “Democracy Versus Dictatorship? The Political Determinants of Growth Episodes,” Working Paper Series rwp17-009, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government

Pritchett, L., Sen, K., Kar, S. and Raihan, S.(2013). “Trillions gained and lost. Estimating the magnitude of growth episodes,” CID Working Papers 279, Center for International Development at Harvard University.

Pritchett, L., Sen, K., Kar, S. and Raihan, S.(2013). “Trillions gained and lost. Estimating the magnitude of growth episodes,” ESID Working Paper No. 26, The University of Manchester.

Pritchett, L., Sen, K., Kar, S. and Raihan, S.(2013). “Trillions gained and lost. Estimating the magnitude of growth episodes,” Working Paper Series rwp14-016, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Op-ed

Raihan, S. (2019). The need for the ‘correct’ politics of development: Addressing emerging development challenges in South Asia. The Daily Star. 

Hassan, M. and Raihan, S. (2018). Navigating the labyrinths of the ‘deals’ world. Financial Express

Raihan, S. (2018). The challenging economics of climate change. The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2018). Why isn’t private investment growing faster? The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2018). The world cannot afford a full-scale trade war. The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2018). Our road to rapid industrialization. The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2018). Can Bangladesh sustain its growth momentum? The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2018). The elusive development model: Weak convergence of domestic development policies of South Asian countries is a major restraining factor for deeper integration in the region. The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. and Khan, S.S. (2018). Achieving sustainable industrial development. The Financial Express.

Raihan, S. (2018). Is LDC graduation a panacea? The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2018). The missing link: What’s holding back greater regional integration in South Asia? The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2017). South Asia’s greater integration in Asia: A non-Indian perspective. The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2017). Can Bangladesh continue to grow without ‘good governance’? The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2017). Bangladesh Economy At A Crossroads: Looking for “breakthroughs”. The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2017). Are South Asian countries ‘ deindustrialising’ prematurely? The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2016). How to make Special Economic Zones successful. The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2016). Why do some countries trade more than others? The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2016). Political economy of regional integration: Where do we stand in South Asia? The Daily Star. 

Raihan, S. (2015). Demystifying non-tariff barriers in South Asia. The Daily Star. 

Youtube

Dr. Selim Raihan on Improving Relations Between Neighbors and Increasing Trade

Dr. Selim Raihan on History of Economics as Practiced in Bangladesh

Dr. Selim Raihan on the impact of economic powerhouses like China and India on smaller economies like Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

Dr. Selim Raihan at the 60th founding anniversary of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI).

Dr. Selim Raihan talks at BIDS Session: Can Bangladesh Continue to Grow without “Good Governance”

Dr. Selim Raihan talks on ‘Unleashing the Potential of Intraregional Trade in South Asia’ at the tenth South Asia Economic Summit (SAES X) was held in Kathmandu, Nepal from 14-16 November 2017. 

IPS Expert Insights: Interview with Dr. Selim Raihan on regional integration issues.