Faiz Ahmad Taiyeb

Why are IMF policies failing to stabilise our economy?

Why does macroeconomic instability continue to plague Bangladesh even after partnering with the IMF?

4w ago

What to make of Petrobangla’s new oil and gas exploration tender?

The international tender for shallow and deep sea oil and gas exploration sparks some questions regarding its potential success in attracting offshore oil and gas exploration

3m ago

Liberating domestic workers for equity and dignity

The prevailing practice of employing domestic workers, at disproportionately low wages, underscores systemic inequalities.

4m ago

The underprivileged worker is not a machine

Even with low productivity, a Bangladeshi worker working an average of 14-15 hours a day produces $1,400 or more a month.

7m ago

Why Bangladesh Bank's inflation control policy is falling short

One key factor hampering the effectiveness of BB's policies is the delay in decision-making and significant transmission lags.

8m ago

Bangladesh has many ways to tackle money laundering

Sadly, the country does not seem to be effectively using any of the tools to recover laundered money.

9m ago

When public servants get punished for doing their job

Punishing two officials for fulfilling their duty is deeply concerning. The report provided an accurate picture of the energy and electricity sector, which apparently goes against the views of the current regime.

10m ago

Can equitable security be ensured?

While a public pension scheme is crucial, discrepancies persist within the government's new pension framework.

10m ago
May 27, 2024
May 27, 2024

Why are IMF policies failing to stabilise our economy?

Why does macroeconomic instability continue to plague Bangladesh even after partnering with the IMF?

March 19, 2024
March 19, 2024

What to make of Petrobangla’s new oil and gas exploration tender?

The international tender for shallow and deep sea oil and gas exploration sparks some questions regarding its potential success in attracting offshore oil and gas exploration

February 24, 2024
February 24, 2024

Liberating domestic workers for equity and dignity

The prevailing practice of employing domestic workers, at disproportionately low wages, underscores systemic inequalities.

November 14, 2023
November 14, 2023

The underprivileged worker is not a machine

Even with low productivity, a Bangladeshi worker working an average of 14-15 hours a day produces $1,400 or more a month.

October 25, 2023
October 25, 2023

Why Bangladesh Bank's inflation control policy is falling short

One key factor hampering the effectiveness of BB's policies is the delay in decision-making and significant transmission lags.

September 11, 2023
September 11, 2023

Bangladesh has many ways to tackle money laundering

Sadly, the country does not seem to be effectively using any of the tools to recover laundered money.

August 28, 2023
August 28, 2023

When public servants get punished for doing their job

Punishing two officials for fulfilling their duty is deeply concerning. The report provided an accurate picture of the energy and electricity sector, which apparently goes against the views of the current regime.

August 19, 2023
August 19, 2023

Can equitable security be ensured?

While a public pension scheme is crucial, discrepancies persist within the government's new pension framework.

July 26, 2023
July 26, 2023

Unravelling the insecurity in our IT infrastructure

The lack of effective cybersecurity measures and poor management practices have alarmingly intensified data leaks and cyberattacks on both citizens and government databases in the country.

May 23, 2023
May 23, 2023

What is the future of Bangladesh’s debt-ridden macroeconomy?

The government should prioritise efficient utilisation of borrowed funds to ensure maximum returns on investment.

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