Wahid Uddin Mahmud Bio, Born, Age, Height, Facts, Family, News, Secrets, Trivia, Updates,
- Name: Wahid Uddin Mahmud
- Profession: Economist/ Researcher
- Nationality: Bangladeshi
- Alma Mater: University of Dhaka, Cambridge University, London School of Economics
- Spouse: Simeen Mahmud
- Current Role: Country Advisor
Educational Background and Counselor
Wahid Uddin Mahmud got his Ph.D. in financial economics from Cambridge University and is a professor of financial economics at the University of Dhaka. He has every now and again counseled for some worldwide associations and has held instructing and research arrangements at Cambridge, IDS at Sussex, IFPRI and the World Bank, among others.
Member of UN Committee for Development Policy
He is as of now an individual from the UN Committee for Development Policy (UN-CDP) and executive of the South Asian Network of Economic Research Institutes (SANEI).
As Administrator of PKSF
Together with Nobel peace prize victor Muhammad Yunus, he helped to establish and was administrator throughout the previous ten years of Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF), which is a summit organization for financing the microfinance projects of NGOs in Bangladesh.
As Executive of Microfinance Bank
He is additionally executive of the Institute of Microfinance, a sister association of PKSF. His present and past assignments in Bangladesh incorporate leading a few government commissions and councils including those identified with the bank reforms, national income accounting, execution of Millennium Development Goals and planning of the nation’s five-year improvement plans.
As Administrator of Finance and Planning Ministry
He was an individual from the overseer administration of Bangladesh in 1996 responsible for the services of finance and planning for ministries.
As an Author of Different Books
His current books incorporate an edited volume for the International Economic Association titled “Adjustments and Beyond: the Reform Experience in South Asia” (Macmillan Palgrave) and another edited volume titled “Handbook on the South Asian Economies” (Edward Elgar). His prospective book is “Theory and Practice of Microfinance”.
As Caretaker of Bangladesh Government in 1996
Wahid Uddin Mahmud is a financial economics expert from Bangladesh. He is an individual from the United Nations Committee for Development Policy. He was also accountable for the Ministry of Finance and Planning in the Caretaker Government of Bangladesh in 1996.
He finished his matriculation from Annada Government High School, Brahmanbaria. At that point, He moved to Dhaka to think about Economics in Dhaka University. He acquired his Ph.D. in financial economics from Cambridge University. He joined the University of Dhaka as a professor of financial economics.
As a Governor Board of GDN
Wahid Uddin Mahmud as of late resigned as Professor of Economics at Dhaka University and is Chairman of Economic Research Group, Dhaka. He is presently on the governing board of Global Development Network (GDN) and is director of its local part, South Asia Network of Research Institutes (SANEI). He is likewise Senior Advisor of the Bangladesh program of the International Growth Center at the London School of Economics. He has as of late finished two terms as an individual from the UN Committee for Development Policy (UN-CDP).
As Administrator of Board of Trustees
He led the Panel of Economists for the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Five-Year Plans of Bangladesh and furthermore led the administration board of trustees for observing the execution of MDGs. He served on the Board of Directors of Bangladesh Bank for one and a half decade (1993 to 2009) and drove two progressive banking reforms advisory groups of the government.
Member of Governing Body of BARC
He served on the Governing Body of the Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC) and as a syndicate individual from BUET and has been an individual from the Board of Trustees of the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies since 1996.
Administrator of Advisory Group
As administrator of the specialized advisory group of national income estimation of the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, he administered the modifications of the national income records of Bangladesh in 2001 and 2013. He was a prime supporter and director of PKSF (19972009), the apex association for financing the small-scale credit projects of NGOs in Bangladesh.
He is additionally originator administrator of Institute of Microfinance, a sister association of PKSF. He has distributed on an extensive variety of topics being developed financial matters and is on the editorial advisory councils of a few global scholarly journals.
His Research work and Publications
The possibility of Bangladesh speaking to an instance of “Development surprise” has been acquainted with the scholarly group through his research work, including the as of late distributed paper in the diary World Development(Elsevier) entitled “Paths to development: is there a Bangladesh astonish?” His current books incorporate Adjustment and Beyond: the Reform Experience in South Asia (UK: Palgrave Macmillan), Handbook on the South Asian Economies (UK: Edward Elgar), Seasonality of Hunger and Public Policies (World Bank productions), Adjustment to Global Economic Volatility: The instance of South Asia (New Delhi: Academic Foundation), and The Theory and Practice of Microcredit.
Role in Bangladesh Economy
As Bangladesh is advancing quickly in its endeavors to guarantee to support economic development, the inconsistencies between the pay of workers and businesses are additionally widening step by step. We are seeing the per capita wage expanding and the economic position improvement of our nation, on the opposite side financial discrimination is additionally expanding. In this way, Economic development ought not to be estimated just by Gross Domestic Production (GDP), said Prof Dr Wahid Uddin Mahmud at the workshop on Formal-Informal Labor Nexus and Bangladesh’s Growth.
Talk about Initiatives for General Labor to improve their Life Standard
Prof Mahmud continued saying that the workers are as yet denied of a sound workplace and the duty, benefits, and allowances they deserve. He additionally called upon the legislature to approach to find a way to help the labor group enhance their expectation for regular living comforts. In spite of the fact that we frequently examine the part of readymade article of clothing division, we need to formalize different areas too, he said. He likewise said that the government needs to help little business visionaries so they can advance into the formal areas.
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