Institute of Health Economics
|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|M.Phil.||Economics||Department of Economics, University of Manchester||Bangladesh||2017|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date|
|Assistant Professor||Institute of Health Economics, University of Dhaka||Dhaka||27, Dec 2017||Currently Working|
|Lecturer||Institute of Health Economics, University of Dhaka||Dhaka||20, Mar 2013||27-12-2017|
|Research Assistant||South Asian Network on Economic Modeling||Dhaka||06, Aug 2012||30-04-2013|
|Subject||Description||Research Interest (Goal, Target Indicator)|
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
|Masters||Decomposition of Inequalities in Utilization of Maternal Healthcare Services using Concentration Index: A Case Study of Zimbabwe||Dr. Laura Anselmi||Farah Ishaq||Health Economics|
|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
|No project/research work is found|
|No invited talk is found|
|SL||Collaboration & Membership Name||Type||Membership Year||Expire Year|
|No Collaboration & Membership is found|
Farah Ishaq : Should Policy be Aimed at the Problem or the Contributing Factor? Determinants of Socioeconomic Inequality in Maternal Care Service Use: A Study Using Concentration Indices., Social science Review (Dhaka University Studies, Part-D , 2020 .
Dr. Nasrin Sultana, Nahid Akhter Jahan, Dr. Sharmin Mobin Bhuiyan and Farah Ishaq : Universal Health Coverage in Bangladesh: Challenges and Prospects., The Dhaka University Journal of Earth and Environment Sciences , vol.3/2 , 2016 .
Nahid Akhter Jahan, Sushil Ranjan Howlader, Nasrin Sultana, Farah Ishaq, Md Ziaul Hasan Sikder and Taslima Rahman : Health Care Seeking Behavior of Slum-Dwellers in Dhaka City Results of a Household Survey., World Health Organization (WHO) Publications , 2015 .
|International||Chevening||2016||United Kingdom||The Chevening Scholarship is an international scholarship scheme which enables students with leadership qualities from over 160 countries and territories to undertake postgraduate study or courses in universities in the United Kingdom. Funding for the scheme comes from the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office and its partner organisations.|