Profile of Dr. Sayema Haque Bidisha

Profile of Dr. Sayema Haque Bidisha

Dr. Sayema Haque Bidisha
Professor
Department of Economics
Faculty of Social Sciences
Email: sayemabidisha@gmail.com
Phone: 880-2-9661900/6449
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Degree Name Group/Major Subject Board/Institute Country Passing Year
Ph.D. Economics University of Nottingham United Kingdom 2009
Masters Economics University of Bath United Kingdom 2003
Masters Economics University of Dhaka Bangladesh 1998
Bachelor Economics University of Dhaka Bangladesh 1997
Award Type Award Title Year Country Description
International Commonwealth Scholarship 2006 United Kingdom For doing PhD
International Commonwealth Scholarship 2002 United Kingdom For doing MSS
National Stood 4th in Combined Merit List in HSC Exam 1994 Bangladesh
Research Interest
Subject Description
Migration

PhD on labour market experience of migrants in the UK. Decent work of Migrants.

Institutional Economics Institutional Analysis of Banking sector of Bangladesh, Gender Analysis of Business Deals.
Poverty Analysis Vulnerability and Poverty analysis with HIES data.
Gender Analysis

Empirical research on labour market experience of females in Bangladesh. Gender Budget Analysis. Unrecognized domestic work of women.

Labour Market Issues Microeconometric analysis with LFS data on overall as well as youths' and female's labour market experience. Issues related to skill. Issues related to occupation and inequality.
Agriculture Economics Food security and dietary diversity. Drafted 'Agriculture Sector' section of the Sixth Five Year Plan of the GoB.
Development Economics Drafted 'Education' and 'Health and Population' sections of the Sixth Five Year Plan of the GoB.
Population Economics

Demographic Dividend, Dependency Ratio.

Project/Research Supervision
Level of Study Title Supervisor Co-Supervisor(s) Name of Student(s) Area of Research Current Completion
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Project/Research Work
Subject Project Name Source of Fund From Date To Date Collaboration
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Invited Talk
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SL Collaboration & Membership Name Type Membership Year Membership Expire Year
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Title Organization Location From Date To Date Description
Professor University of Dhaka Dhaka 26-12-2018 Currently Working
Visiting Scholar University of Concordia Montreal, Canada 01-01-2014 31-05-2014
Associate Professor University of Dhaka Dhaka 11-12-2013 25-12-2018
Assistant Professor University of Dhaka Dhaka 18-11-2009 10-12-2013
Lecturer University of Dhaka Dhaka 13-10-2003 17-11-2009
Research Analyst World Bank Dhaka 01-12-2000 01-07-2002
Book
1
Raihan, S. and Bidisha, S. H. Female Employment Stagnation in Bangladesh. A Research Paper on Inclusive Growth in Bangladesh, EDIG Research Paper No. 5., 2018 .
2
Mahmud, S. and Bidisha, S.H. Female Labor Market Participation in Bangladesh: Structural Changes and Determinants of Labor Supply. Structural Change and Dynamics of Labor Markets in Bangladesh: Studies on Labor and Employment, SANEM., 2016 .
3
Raihan, S., Bidisha, S.H. and Jahan, I. Unpacking Unpaid Labor in Bangladesh. Structural Change and Dynamics of Labor Markets in Bangladesh: Studies on Labor and Employment, SANEM., 2016 .
4
Bidisha, S. H. Demand Assessment in the ICT Sector for Realizing Digital Bangladesh. Asia Foundation, 2015 .
5
Bidisha, S. H. and Jahan, I. Women’s Unrecognized Work and the Impact of Awareness Raising Programme. Bangladesh Nari Progati Sangha, Dhaka,[ISBN: 978-984-91120-1-3], 2015 .
6
Bidisha, S. H. Intergenerational Earnings Mobility of Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities in the UK. GEP Research Paper No. 2009/10, 2009 .
7
Bidisha, S. H. Labour Market Experience of Male Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities in the UK. University of Nottingham Discussion Paper No. 2009/08, 2009 .
8
Bidisha, S. H. Saving Behaviour of the Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities in the UK: Evidence from Panel Data. University of Nottingham Discussion Paper No. 2008/08, 2008 .
Book Section
1
Hasan, M., Bidisha, S. H., Mahmood, T. and Raihan, S. "Political Economy of Private Bank Governance in Bangladesh." Bangladesh Institutional Diagnostic. Raihan, S. and Bourguignon, F. Oxford Policy Management, 2020 .
2
Mahmood, S. and Bidisha, S. H. "Female Labor Market Participation in Bangladesh: Structural Changes and Determinants of Labor Supply." Structural Change and Dynamics of Labor Markets in Bangladesh: Studies on Labor and Employment. Raihan, S. Spinger, 2018 .
3
Bidisha, S. H. and Raihan, S. "Unpaid Family Labor: A Hidden Form of Labor Market Discrimination in Bangladesh." Structural Change and Dynamics of Labor Markets in Bangladesh. Raihan, S. Springer, 2018 .
4
Raihan, S. and Bidisha, S. H. "Does Rise in Per Capita Income in South Asia Promote Female Labor Force Participation?." Let’s Think Aloud, Shall We?. SANEM, Dhaka, 2017 .
5
Bidisha, S. H. and Khondker, B. H. "Does Agricultural Credit Help in Raising agricultural Production? Empirical Evidences from Bangladesh." Let’s Think Aloud, Shall We?. SANEM, Dhaka, 2017 .
6
Bidisha S. H. "Human Development: Progress and Prospects." Leading Issues in Bangladesh Development,. Ahmed, S. UPL, 2012 .
7
Razzaque, M. A. and Bidisha, S. H. "Women’s Empowerment and Intra-household Gender Relations in Bangladesh." Poverty, Intra-household Distribution and Gender Relations in Bangladesh: Evidence and Policy Implications. Razzaque, M. A., Khondoker, B. H., and Raihan, S. UPL, 2011 .
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Razzaque, M. A. and Bidisha, S. H. "Migration and Development: The Bangladesh Case." Trade, Migration and Labour Mobility. Razzaque, M. A. London: Cameron May, 2009 .
9
Razzaque, M. A. and Bidisha, S. H. "Poverty-Environment Nexus: People’s Perception." People’s Report 2005 on Environment, UNDP, Dhaka, 2005 .
Journal Article
1
Bidisha, S. H. and Kunal Sen : Is there a Gender Bias in Deal Making? Evidence from Firm level cross Country Analysis, ESID Working Paper, University of Manchester, UK , vol.WP No. 161 , 2020 .
2
Bidisha, S. H., Abdullah, S. M. and Islam, M. M. : The Long-run Relationship between Dependency Ratio and Economic Growth in Bangladesh: Time Series Evidences, Demography India , vol.vol. 48; no. 2 , pp.105-120 , 2019 .
3
Bidisha, S. H., Abdullah, S. M., Siddiqua, S. and Islam, M. M. : How Does Dependency Ratio affect Economic Growth in the Long Run? Evidence from Selected Asian Countries, The Journal of Developing Areas , vol.vol. 54, no. 2 , 2019 .
4
Bidisha, S. H., Hossain, A.,, Alam, R. and Hasan, M. : Credit, Tenancy Choice and Agricultural Efficiency: Evidences from the Northern Region of Bangladesh, Economic Analysis and Policy , vol.vol. 57 , pp.22-32 , 2018 .
5
Bidisha, S. H., Raihan, S. and Jahan, I. : Unpacking Unpaid Labour in Bangladesh, Indian Journal of Labour Economics , 2018 .
6
Abdullah, S. M. and Bidisha, S. H. : The Long Run Relationship Between Youth Population and Economic Growth: Evidences from Time Series Data of Bangladesh, Research in Applied Economics , vol.vol. 10, no. 2 , 2018 .
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Bidisha, S. H., Akib, K., Imran, K., Sarowar, G. and Khondker, B. H. : Role of Credit in Food Security and Dietary Diversity in Bangladesh, Economic Analysis and Policy , vol.vol. 53 , pp.pp 33-45 , 2017 .
8
Razzaque, M. A., Bidisha, S. H. and Khondker, B.H. : The Exchange Rate and Economic Growth: An Empirical Assessment on Bangladesh, Journal of South Asian Development , vol.vol 12, issue 1 , 2017 .
9
Uddin, G. H., Bidisha, S. H. and Ozturk, I. : Carbon Emissions, Energy Consumption and Economic Growth Relationship in Sri Lanka, Energy Resources, Part B: Economics, Planning and Policy , vol.vol. 11, no. 3 , pp.pp. 282-287 , 2016 .
10
Reimer, M. and Bidisha, S. H. : The Youth Leading Environmental Change Project: A Mixed Method Longitudinal Study across Six Countries, Ecopsychology , vol.vol. 8, no. 3 , 2016 .
11
Bidisha, S. H. and Reimer, M. : Fostering Systems Thinking for Youth Leading Environmental Change: Multinational Exploration, Ecopsychology , vol.vol. 8, no. 3 , 2016 .
12
Bidisha, S. H., Khan, A., Imran, K. and Khondker, B. H. : Returns to Agricultural Microcredit: Quasi Experimental Evidence from Bangladesh, Bangladesh Development Studies , vol.vol. 38, no. 4 , 2016 .
13
Bidisha, S. H. and Jahan, I. : Orthnitite Narir Osikrito Obodan o Narir khamotayone Sochetonota Briddhi Karjokromer Probhab, Naari O Progoti, Bangladesh Nari Progati Sangha , vol.vol. 11, no. 21, [ISSN: 2313-0040] , 2015 .
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Robert, E., Hajizadeh, M, El-Bialy, R and Bidisha, S. H. : Globalization and the Diffusion of Ideas: Why We Should Acknowledge the Roots of Mainstream Ideas in Global Health, International Journal of Health Policy and Management , vol.vol. 3, no. 1 , 2014 .
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Bidisha, S. H., Das, A. and Mcfarlane, A. : Microeconometric Analysis of Earnings Mobility of Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities: Evidence from the UK, Journal for Labor Market Research , vol.vol. 46, issue 1 , 2013 .
16
Bidisha, S. H. : Occupational Attainment of Male Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities in the UK, International Journal of Applied Behavioral Economics , vol.vol. 2, no. 1 , 2013 .
17
Islam, M. M. and Bidisha, S. H. : Population and Development Issues in Bangladesh, Dhaka University Studies , 2013 .
18
Bidisha, S. H. and Suhrawardy, G. M. : জেন্ডার সংবেদনশীল বাজেট ও এর পরিবীক্ষন এবং মূল্যায়ন [Gender Sensitive Budget and its Monitoring and Evaluation], Bangladesh Mohila Porishod Journal , vol.issue 1, year 2 , 2012 .
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Razzaque, M. A. and Bidisha, S. H. : Microfinance and Women Empowerment: An Econometric Investigation, Journal of Bangladesh Studies , vol.Special Issue on Microfinance, ISSN 1529-0905 , pp.pp. 11-29 , 2012 .
20
Bidisha S. H., Alam, M. and Zaman, A. : How Volatile are the Stocks of the Pharmaceutical Companies of Bangladesh? Some Evidences from the Market Model, Bank Parikrama , vol.vol. 30, no. 2 , 2006 .
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Bidisha, S. H. : Types of Capital and Economic Growth: Some Cross-sectional Evidence from the 1990s, Social Science Review: Dhaka University Studies , vol.Part D, vol. 22, no. 1. , 2005 .
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