Development Letters


Development Letters, a quarterly peer-reviewed periodical, focuses on bringing together issues, ideas, and approaches that can be researched, refined, experimented, and investigated further. This periodical intends to advance innovative research/intervention ideas so that analytical work and evidence can meaningfully lead to practical actions and maximize developmental impact. This maiden issue of Development Letters comprises twelve articles. The contributors share various ideas to deal with unfavorable circumstances triggered by the Covid-19 crisis in Bangladesh. Topics include green recovery from the pandemic, impact assessment of Covid-19 through a modeling approach, rethinking district-level health system planning, improving access to finance for women entrepreneurs, managing educational fallout of Covid-19, strengthening the parliament’s role in the budgetary process, rawhide management, and environmental governance in the leather industry, onion price stabilization measures, economic growth forecast issues and welfare concerns of housemaids.

Posted January 26, 2021
Related locations: Bangladesh


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